Art Central

Established in 2012 to promote the city as an important cultural centre, Art Busan has quickly grown in both size and popularity. Currently, this large-scale contemporary art show attracts about 160 galleries from Korea, Asia and the rest of the world. The fair has kept ahead of the changes in contemporary art and offers innovative and experimental pieces by emerging artists. It is a successful international platform for Korean artists. With visitor numbers reaching 60,000 every year, this 4-day fair is a lively event with a warm and friendly atmosphere. Special exhibitions are run alongside the show itself to attract and encourage a new audience of art lovers in the city. With KIAF in Seoul, Art Busan participates in making South Korea a new hub for contemporary art collectors.

Due to the health crisis, Art Busan is postponed to November 5-8, 2020.

Art Busan 2020


104, Gurak-ro
Busan 48214

Opening hours

5-8 November 2020: TBA

Entrance Fee

General Admission: KRW 15,000
Students: KRW 10,500
Children Between 3 and 12: KRW 7,500
Seniors & Disabled: KRW 7,500



Art Periods


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Art Busan © Byun’s Gallery

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