« Art Show Zurich is one of the important and well established events of the art scene in Zurich. 80 artists came this year from 20 different countries to participate. In this large presentation of so diversified artworks, photography takes a place more and more significant.
The hall offers an environment adapted to the diverse creations and styles that Art Show Zurich like to put in scene. A succeed mixity between painting, art objects and photography give the visitor an exciting overview about modern creations, amplified through the possibility of personal exchanges with the present artists. This historic foundry hall Puls 5 is the ideal frame for this type of presentation and for these exchanges. »
« The Artists Artfair ART SHOW ZURICH offers to the artists an alternative platform in the hard disputed galleries market. Without the representation through a gallery, a today’s artist has few possibilities to exhibit and sell: There is a lack of visibility, so as the international presence on important fairs.
No gallerist interferes into his work only under the aspect of his market value. For such persistent artists, it exists now a new platform, a niche in this market, strong dominated by auction houses and galleries: the Artist Fair die ART SHOW ZURICH. This event in the historic foundry Puls 5 understand itself as an alternative to an often hard art market. »
Züritipp (Tages-Anzeiger Zurich)
« Art Show Zurich is an international art fair for emerging artists. Artwork by artists from Belgium, Bulgaria, Cuba, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Macau, Netherlands, Romania, Russia, Switzerland, Slovakia, South Korea, Ukraine, the United Kingdom, and the USA will be on show at the iconic Puls 5 building in Zurich's formal industrial quarter.
Many of the artists will be present at the fair, enabling visitors to meet with them in person and discuss their artworks in detail. A special exhibition of contemporary Japanese art will be a highlight at this year's fair, with works of calligraphy, ceramics and creative contemporary forms referencing traditional Japanese art forms with a contemporary twist. »
The Independent, London