SPARK Art Fair Vienna

In 2021, Austria will host a new art fair: SPARK Art Fair Vienna. Planned to take place annually, the show aims to promote young talents alonside established artists. The exhibitors – coming from Austria and the rest of Europe – will showcase artworks from both emerging and renowned artists. Three sections are dedicated to international art, new media and post-war art. The fair organisers truly want to create a plateform for galleries, to make a bond between artists and the art community composed of collectors, curators, experts and art lovers. “With its focus on individual presentations, an attractive digital format including the international audience, its open, visionary architecture and the entire spectrum of post-1945 art, the SPARK Art Fair Vienna will set new standards in quality and strategy”, as initiator and managing director Renger van den Heuvel proudly summed up the new project. Before working on the launch of SPARK Art Fair Vienna, Renger van den Heuvel was the managing director of viennacontemporary.

SPARK Art Fair Vienna 2022


Marx Halle
Karl-Farkas-Gasse 19
1030 Vienna

Opening hours

24 March: Vernissage
25 March: 12pm – 7pm
26 March: 11am – 7pm
27 March: 11am – 6pm

Entrance Fee

General Admission: TBA


Art Installations

Art Periods


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