Pacific fair trading hours: Pacific Fair – The Gold Coast’s unmissable shopping mecca

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Pacific Fair – The Gold Coast’s unmissable shopping mecca

OVER 400 STORES

Santa Photos

6 NOV 2021 – 24 DEC 2021

Enjoy a sparkly visit to Santa from now ’til Christmas Eve!

A Personal Message from Santa

8 NOV 2021 – 24 DEC 2021

Spoil the kids with a special surprise this Christmas. .. a personalised message from Santa!

Little Paccas Christmas Party ft. The Grinch

TUESDAY 23 NOV 2021
09:30 am – 01:00 pm

BLACK FRIDAY SALES

26 NOV 2021 – 29 NOV 2021

A Personal Message from Santa

8 NOV 2021 – 24 DEC 2021

Charity Gift Wrapping Volunteers

9 NOV 2021 – 24 DEC 2021

Santa Photos

6 NOV 2021 – 24 DEC 2021

PACIFIC FAIR WALKING CLUB

31 MAY 2019 – 30 DEC 2021

LIVE LOCAL BUSKING

3 JUL 2019 – 31 DEC 2021

EMF Jnr Birthday Parties

6 JAN 2021 – 31 DEC 2021

Currumbin Wildlife Hospital

10 JAN 2020 – 31 DEC 2021

FREE Seniors Morning Tea & Games

3 MAR 2019 – 31 JAN 2022
09:30 am – 11:30 am

FREE yoga with EMF Platinum & SOP

19 SEP 2021 – 27 FEB 2022
08:00 am – 09:00 am

SERVING OUR PEOPLE

5 NOV 2021 – 5 NOV 2022

Justice of the Peace

14 MAY 2021 – 31 DEC 2022

EMF Jnr Drop & Shop Childcare

13 JAN 2021 – 31 DEC 2022

BOOKFACE BOOK EXCHANGE

30 APR 2021 – 31 JUL 2024

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Extended Christmas shopping trading hours on the Gold Coast

If you’re holding out for extended trading hours to do your Christmas shopping, you’re in luck! Once again, Gold Coast’s favourite shopping destinations will be extending their opening hours to make sure you’re prepared for Christmas 2017! Here’s all you need to know: 

Robina Town Centre

Sunday 17th December: 9am-6pm 
Monday 18th December: 9am-9pm 
Tuesday 19th December: 9am-9pm 
Wednesday 20th December: 9am-9pm 
Thursday 21st December: 9am-MIDNIGHT 
Friday 22nd December: 9am-MIDNIGHT

Saturday 23rd December: 9am-9pm 
Sunday 24th December: 9am-6pm 
Monday 25th December: CLOSED 
Tuesday 26th December: 9am-6pm 

Pacific Fair Shopping Centre

GENERAL

Wednesday 20th December: 9am-9pm
Thursday 21st December: 9am-MIDNIGHT
Friday 22nd December: 9am-MIDNIGHT
Saturday 23rd December: 9am-10pm
Sunday 24th December: 9am-6pm
Monday 25th December: CLOSED
Tuesday 26th December: 9am-6pm

Check the Pacific Fair website for dining & The Resort times.  

Australia Fair

Tuesday 19th December: 9am-5:30pm
Wednesday 20th December: 9am-5:30pm
Thursday 21st December: 9am-9pm
Friday 22nd December: 9am-MIDNIGHT
Saturday 23rd December: 9am-MIDNIGHT 
Sunday 24th December: 9am-5:30pm
Monday 25th December: CLOSED
Tuesday 26th December: 9am-5:30pm
SUPERMARKETS & KMART: Tuesday 19th December-Saturday 23rd December: 7am-MIDNIGHT

Westfield Helensvale

Tuesday 19th December: 9am-9pm
Wednesday 20th December: 9am-9pm
Thursday 21st December: 8am-12am
Friday 22nd December: 8am:12am
Saturday 23rd December: 8am-9pm
Sunday 24th December: 9am-5pm
Monday 25th December: CLOSED
Tuesday 26th December: 9am-5pm

Harbour Town

Tuesday 19th December: 9am-5:30pm
Wednesday 20th December: 9am-5:30pm
Thursday 21st December: 9am-7pm
Friday 22nd December: 9am-7pm
Saturday 23rd December: 9am-5:30pm
Sunday 24th December: 9am-5pm
Monday 25th December: CLOSED
Tuesday 26th December: 9am-6pm 

Local | Target – Pacific Fair opening hours and trading hours

Coles – Miami Nundah Ave & Gold Coast Hwy, MIAMI, QLD (07) 5535 2188 4. 62 KM
Coles – Surfers Paradise Gold Coast Hwy & Elkhorn Ave, SURFERS PARADISE, QLD (07) 5538 1466 3.92 KM
Coles – Pacific Fair Hooker Blvd, BROADBEACH WATERS, QLD (07) 5504 3400 0. 128 KM
Coles – Benowa Benowa Rd & Ashmore Rd, BENOWA, QLD (07) 5597 8600 4.52 KM
Coles – Mermaid Waters Bermuda St & Markeri St, MERMAID WATERS, QLD (07) 5554 0200 2.32 KM
Aldi – Mermaid Waters QLD Cnr Markeri & Bermuda St 13 25 34 2. 16 KM
Woolworths – Carrara 54 Manchester Road, CARRARA, QLD (07) 5558 3255 3.9 KM
Woolworths – Oasis (Broadbeach) The Oasis Shopping Centre, 75 Surf Parade, BROADBEACH, QLD (07) 5558 3222 0. 759 KM
Woolworths – Surfers Paradise Cnr Gold Coast Highway And Cavill Avenue, SURFERS PARADISE, QLD (07) 5558 3225 3.67 KM
Woolworths – Surfers Paradise (Circle on Cavill) Gold Coast Hwy & Cavill Avenue., SURFERS PARADISE, QLD (07) 5558 3262 3. 78 KM
Aldi – Miami QLD 2023-2031 Gold Coast Hwy 13 25 34 4.65 KM
Aldi – Carrara QLD 1 Manchester Road 13 25 34 3.39 KM
IGA Surfers Paradise 3049 Gold Coast Highway, SURFERS PARADISE, QLD 07 5504 7599 2. 64 KM
IGA Robina 12-195 Ron Penhaligon Way, ROBINA, QLD 07 5593 3244 3.82 KM
IGA Miami 110 Mountain View Ave, MIAMI, QLD 07 5576 5183 4.32 KM
IGA X-press Nobby Beach 2245 Gold Coast Highway, NOBBY BEACH, QLD 07 5679 1541 2. 8 KM
IGA Sorrento 20 Bundall Road Shop 3 07 5531 6544 3.74 KM
IGA X-press Broadbeach Central 2719 Gold Coast Highway, BROADBEACH, QLD 07 5539 0767 0.801 KM
BIG W Pacific Fair 2 – 30 Hooker Blvd, BROADBEACH WATERS, QLD 07 5558 3273 0. 279 KM
Myer Pacific Fair Hooker Blvd (07) 5595 8100 0.305 KM
Harvey Norman – Bundall Clearance Centre 29-45 Ashmore Road, BUNDALL, QLD (07) 5584 4300 3.35 KM
Harvey Norman – Bundall Superstore 29-45 Ashmore Road, BUNDALL, QLD (07) 5584 3111 3. 51 KM
Harvey Norman – Burleigh Waters 1 Santa Maria Court, BURLEIGH WATERS, QLD (07) 5586 2000 4.51 KM
JB Hi-Fi – Gold Coast HOME 53-57 Upton Street, BUNDALL, QLD (07) 5595 9300 3. 62 KM
JB Hi-Fi – Pacific Fair HOME 2-30 Hooker Boulevard, BROADBEACH, QLD (07) 5595 9200 0.213 KM
Woolworths – Mermaid Waters Gold Coast Super Centre, Cnr Bermuda And Makeri Streets, MERMAID WATERS, QLD (07) 5558 3213 2. 4 KM
Woolworths – Pacific Fair Pacific Fair Shopping Centre, Hooker Boulevard, BROADBEACH, QLD (07) 5558 3275 0.336 KM
IGA Mermaid Waters Cnr Sunshine Boulvarde & Karbunya Street, MERMAID WATERS, QLD 07 5572 7988 2. 66 KM
Kmart – Broadbeach Pacific Fair S/C , Hooker Blvd, BROADBEACH, QLD (07) 5501 8800 0.214 KM
David Jones – Pacific Fair Pacific Fair Shopping Center, 2 Hooker Boulevard (07) 5562 7700 0. 177 KM

pacific fair shopping centre JPs in the Community | Your rights, crime and the law

The wellbeing of Justices of the Peace (JP), Commissioners for Declarations (Cdecs) and the community using their services is our priority during the COVID-19 pandemic.

We recommend you follow these steps when meeting with a JP or Cdec to help support your safety and theirs while accessing the service.

You can also stay up to date with the current health and safety information from Queensland Health.

Before you meet with a JP or Cdec

Do not meet with a JP or Cdec if you:

  • feel unwell
  • are in self-quarantine or isolation.

Be aware that JPs and Cdecs cannot use video conferencing, email or telephone to witness documents.

If you believe your document urgently requires witnessing, contact the requesting agency or organisation to see if they can accept an alternative arrangement.

When you meet with a JP or Cdec

The following steps will support the health and safety of both you and the JP or Cdec.

To reduce the risk remember to:

  • Take your own pen.
  • Consider meeting outside in the open air.
  • Clean your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds, or use an alcohol-based hand rub/sanitiser before and after providing documents for witnessing.
  • Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when coughing and sneezing or use your elbow, not your hands.
  • Do not shake hands or use other physical greetings.
  • Avoid touching your face.
  • Try to maintain a distance of 1.5m from the JP or Cdec while they are reviewing your document(s).
  • Try to limit contamination of documents by using hand sanitiser before and after handling documents, as much as possible.

If meeting inside is unavoidable, clean and disinfect the surface and equipment (before and after witnessing).

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BONDI JUNCTION

Westfield Bondi Junction

Shop 5006, Level 5, 500 Oxford Street

Bondi Junction, NSW 2022


trading hours
  • Monday : 09:30 – 18:00
  • Tuesday : 09:30 – 18:00
  • Wednesday : 09:30 – 18:00
  • Thursday : 09:30 – 21:00
  • Friday : 09:30 – 19:00
  • Saturday : 09:30 – 18:00
  • Sunday : 10:00 – 18:00
CAMBERWELL JUNCTION

Camberwell Shopping Precinct

554-556 Burke Road

Camberwell, VIC 3124


trading hours
  • Monday : 10:00 – 17:30
  • Tuesday : 10:00 – 17:30
  • Wednesday : 10:00 – 17:30
  • Thursday : 10:00 – 17:30
  • Friday : 10:00 – 17:30
  • Saturday : 10:00 – 17:00
  • Sunday : 10:30 – 15:00
CANBERRA CENTRE

Canberra Centre

Shop DF33, 148 Bunda Street

Canberra City, ACT 2601


trading hours
  • Monday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Tuesday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Wednesday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Thursday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Friday : 09:00 – 21:00
  • Saturday : 09:00 – 17:00
  • Sunday : 10:00 – 16:00
CARINDALE

Westfield Carindale

Shop 1209, 1151 Creek Road

Carindale, QLD 4152


trading hours
  • Monday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Tuesday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Wednesday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Thursday : 09:00 – 21:00
  • Friday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Saturday : 09:00 – 17:00
  • Sunday : 10:00 – 16:00
CAROUSEL

Westfield Carousel

1382 Albany Highway

Cannington, WA 6107


trading hours
  • Monday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Tuesday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Wednesday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Thursday : 09:00 – 21:00
  • Friday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Saturday : 09:00 – 17:00
  • Sunday : 11:00 – 17:00
CHADSTONE

Chadstone Shopping Centre

Shop B138, Basement Level, 1341 Dandenong Rd

Chadstone, VIC 3148


trading hours
  • Monday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Tuesday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Wednesday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Thursday : 09:00 – 21:00
  • Friday : 09:00 – 21:00
  • Saturday : 09:00 – 21:00
  • Sunday : 10:00 – 19:00
CHATSWOOD

Westfield Chatswood

Shop 467, 1 Anderson Street

Chatswood, NSW 2067


trading hours
  • Monday : 09:30 – 18:00
  • Tuesday : 09:30 – 18:00
  • Wednesday : 09:30 – 18:00
  • Thursday : 09:30 – 21:00
  • Friday : 09:30 – 18:00
  • Saturday : 09:00 – 18:00
  • Sunday : 10:00 – 18:00
CHERMSIDE

Westfield Chermside

Shop 326, Cnr Gympie Rd & Hamilton Rd

Chermside, QLD 4032


trading hours
  • Monday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Tuesday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Wednesday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Thursday : 09:00 – 21:00
  • Friday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Saturday : 09:00 – 17:00
  • Sunday : 10:00 – 16:00
CLAREMONT QUARTER

Claremont Quarter

Shop 152, 23 St Quentin Avenue

Claremont, WA 6010


trading hours
  • Monday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Tuesday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Wednesday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Thursday : 09:00 – 21:00
  • Friday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Saturday : 09:00 – 17:00
  • Sunday : 11:00 – 17:00
DONCASTER

Westfield Doncaster

Shop 1104, 619 Doncaster Road

Doncaster, VIC 3108


trading hours
  • Monday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Tuesday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Wednesday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Thursday : 09:00 – 21:00
  • Friday : 09:00 – 21:00
  • Saturday : 09:00 – 18:00
  • Sunday : 10:00 – 17:00
EASTLAND

Eastland Shopping Centre

Shop 2107A, Level 2, 171-175 Maroondah Hwy

Ringwood, VIC 3134


trading hours
  • Monday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Tuesday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Wednesday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Thursday : 09:00 – 21:00
  • Friday : 09:00 – 21:00
  • Saturday : 09:00 – 17:00
  • Sunday : 10:00 – 17:00
EMPORIUM

Emporium Melbourne

Level 3, Shop 032, 287 Lonsdale St,

Melbourne, VIC 3000


trading hours
  • Monday : 10:00 – 17:00
  • Tuesday : 10:00 – 17:00
  • Wednesday : 10:00 – 17:00
  • Thursday : 10:00 – 19:00
  • Friday : 10:00 – 19:00
  • Saturday : 10:00 – 19:00
  • Sunday : 10:00 – 18:00
ENEX

Enex

Shop h222A, 100 St Georges Terrace

Perth, WA 6000


trading hours
  • Monday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Tuesday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Wednesday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Thursday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Friday : 09:00 – 19:00
  • Saturday : 09:00 – 17:00
  • Sunday : 11:00 – 16:00
GARDEN CITY

Garden City Shopping Centre

Shop 70, 125 Riseley St

Booragoon, WA 6154


trading hours
  • Monday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Tuesday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Wednesday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Thursday : 09:00 – 21:00
  • Friday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Saturday : 09:00 – 17:00
  • Sunday : 11:00 – 17:00
HIGHPOINT

Highpoint Shopping Centre

Shop 3519, Level 3, 120-200 Rosamond Road

Maribyrnong, VIC 3032


trading hours
  • Monday : 10:00 – 17:00
  • Tuesday : 10:00 – 17:00
  • Wednesday : 10:00 – 17:00
  • Thursday : 09:00 – 20:00
  • Friday : 09:00 – 20:00
  • Saturday : 09:00 – 18:00
  • Sunday : 09:00 – 18:00
HORNSBY

Shop 3035, L3 Westfield Hornsby

236 Pacific Highway

Hornsby, NSW 2077


trading hours
  • Monday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Tuesday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Wednesday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Thursday : 09:00 – 21:00
  • Friday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Saturday : 09:00 – 17:00
  • Sunday : 10:00 – 17:00
INDOOROOPILLY

Indooroopilly Shopping Centre

Shop 2072, 322 Moggill Rd

Indooroopilly, QLD 4068


trading hours
  • Monday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Tuesday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Wednesday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Thursday : 09:00 – 21:00
  • Friday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Saturday : 09:00 – 17:00
  • Sunday : 10:00 – 16:00
KARRINYUP

Karrinyup Shopping Centre

Shop F119, 200 Karringyup Road

Karrinyup, WA 6018


trading hours
  • Monday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Tuesday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Wednesday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Thursday : 09:00 – 21:00
  • Friday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Saturday : 09:00 – 17:00
  • Sunday : 11:00 – 17:00
KOTARA

Westfield Kotara

Shop 2067, Northcott Drive

Kotara, NSW 2289


trading hours
  • Monday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Tuesday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Wednesday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Thursday : 09:00 – 21:00
  • Friday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Saturday : 09:00 – 17:00
  • Sunday : 10:00 – 16:00
MACQUARIE

Macquarie Centre

Shop 67, Cnr Herring & Waterloo Roads

North Ryde, NSW 2113


trading hours
  • Monday : 09:30 – 18:00
  • Tuesday : 09:30 – 18:00
  • Wednesday : 09:30 – 18:00
  • Thursday : 09:30 – 21:00
  • Friday : 09:30 – 18:00
  • Saturday : 09:00 – 18:00
  • Sunday : 10:00 – 18:00
MARION

Westfield Marion

Shop 1094, 297 Diagonal Road

Oaklands Park, SA 5046


trading hours
  • Monday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Tuesday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Wednesday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Thursday : 09:00 – 21:00
  • Friday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Saturday : 09:00 – 17:00
  • Sunday : 11:00 – 17:00
MET CENTRE

MetCentre

Shop G10, 273 George Street

Sydney, NSW 2000


trading hours
  • Monday : 08:00 – 18:00
  • Tuesday : 08:00 – 18:00
  • Wednesday : 08:00 – 18:00
  • Thursday : 08:00 – 18:00
  • Friday : 08:00 – 18:00
  • Saturday : Closed
  • Sunday : Closed
MIRANDA

Westfield Miranda

Shop 2171, Level 2 600 The Kingsway

Miranda, NSW 2228


trading hours
  • Monday : 09:30 – 18:00
  • Tuesday : 09:30 – 18:00
  • Wednesday : 09:30 – 18:00
  • Thursday : 09:30 – 21:00
  • Friday : 09:30 – 18:00
  • Saturday : 09:00 – 18:00
  • Sunday : 10:00 – 18:00
MT GRAVATT

Westfield Mt Gravatt

Shop 2332, Level 2, Crn Logan Road & Kessells Road

Upper Mt Gravatt, QLD 4122


trading hours
  • Monday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Tuesday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Wednesday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Thursday : 09:00 – 21:00
  • Friday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Saturday : 09:00 – 17:00
  • Sunday : 10:00 – 16:00
PACIFIC FAIR

Pacific Fair Shopping Centre

Shop 2722, Hooker Blvd

Broadbeach, QLD 4218


trading hours
  • Monday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Tuesday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Wednesday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Thursday : 09:00 – 21:00
  • Friday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Saturday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Sunday : 10:00 – 17:00
QUEENS PLAZA

Queens Plaza Shopping Centre

Shop LG25, 226 Queen St

Brisbane, QLD 4000


trading hours
  • Monday : 09:00 – 18:00
  • Tuesday : 09:00 – 18:00
  • Wednesday : 09:00 – 18:00
  • Thursday : 09:00 – 18:00
  • Friday : 09:00 – 21:00
  • Saturday : 09:00 – 17:00
  • Sunday : 10:00 – 16:00
QVB

Queen Victoria Building

Shop 24, 455 George St

Sydney, NSW 2000


trading hours
  • Monday : 09:00 – 18:00
  • Tuesday : 09:00 – 18:00
  • Wednesday : 09:00 – 18:00
  • Thursday : 09:00 – 18:00
  • Friday : 09:00 – 18:00
  • Saturday : 09:00 – 18:00
  • Sunday : 11:00 – 17:00
ROBINA

Robina Town Centre

Shop T4091, Ground Level, 4 Robina Town Centre Drive

Robina, QLD 4230


trading hours
  • Monday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Tuesday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Wednesday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Thursday : 09:00 – 21:00
  • Friday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Saturday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Sunday : 10:30 – 16:00
RUNDLE MALL

Rundle Mall

132 Rundle Mall

Adelaide, SA 5000


trading hours
  • Monday : 09:00 – 18:00
  • Tuesday : 09:00 – 18:00
  • Wednesday : 09:00 – 18:00
  • Thursday : 09:00 – 18:00
  • Friday : 09:00 – 21:00
  • Saturday : 09:00 – 17:00
  • Sunday : 11:00 – 17:00
SOUTHLAND

Westfield Southland

Store 2014, Level 2, 1239 Nepean Hwy

Cheltenham, VIC 3192


trading hours
  • Monday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Tuesday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Wednesday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Thursday : 09:00 – 21:00
  • Friday : 09:00 – 21:00
  • Saturday : 09:00 – 17:00
  • Sunday : 10:00 – 17:00
THE GLEN

The Glen Shopping Centre

GO82, 236 Springvale Rd

Glen Waverley, VIC 3150


trading hours
  • Monday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Tuesday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Wednesday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Thursday : 09:00 – 21:00
  • Friday : 09:00 – 21:00
  • Saturday : 09:00 – 17:00
  • Sunday : 10:00 – 17:00
TOOWOOMBA

Grand Central Shopping Centre

Shop 1109A, Crn Dent St and Margaret St

Toowoomba, QLD 4350


trading hours
  • Monday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Tuesday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Wednesday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Thursday : 09:00 – 21:00
  • Friday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Saturday : 09:00 – 17:00
  • Sunday : 10:00 – 16:00
WODEN

Westfield Woden

Shop G023, 13 Keltie St

Phillip, ACT 2606


trading hours
  • Monday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Tuesday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Wednesday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Thursday : 09:00 – 17:30
  • Friday : 09:00 – 21:00
  • Saturday : 09:00 – 17:00
  • Sunday : 10:00 – 16:00

New Zealand – STORES TEMPORARILY CLOSED

BRITOMART

Retail Shop 8A
Atrium on Takutai Britomart
Auckland, 1010

trading hours
  • Monday : 09:30 – 18:00
  • Tuesday : 09:30 – 18:00
  • Wednesday : 09:30 – 18:00
  • Thursday : 09:30 – 18:00
  • Friday : 09:00 – 18:00
  • Saturday : 09:00 – 17:00
  • Sunday : 10:00 – 17:00
NEWMARKET

22 Nuffield St
Newmarket, 1023

trading hours
  • Monday : 09:30 – 18:00
  • Tuesday : 09:30 – 18:00
  • Wednesday : 09:30 – 18:00
  • Thursday : 09:30 – 18:00
  • Friday : 09:30 – 18:00
  • Saturday : 09:30 – 17:30
  • Sunday : 10:00 – 17:30

Singapore

VIVO CITY LITTLE BOUTIQUE

Vivo City

Shop #01-K32, 1 Harbourfront Walk

Singapore, 98585


trading hours
  • Monday : 11:00 – 20:00
  • Tuesday : 11:00 – 20:00
  • Wednesday : 11:00 – 20:00
  • Thursday : 11:00 – 20:00
  • Friday : 11:00 – 21:00
  • Saturday : 11:00 – 21:00
  • Sunday : 11:00 – 21:00

Hong Kong

PRINCES BUILDING

Princes Building

Shop 220, Second Floor, 10 Chater Road

Central, HK


trading hours
  • Monday : 11:30 – 19:30
  • Tuesday : 11:30 – 19:30
  • Wednesday : 11:30 – 19:30
  • Thursday : 11:30 – 19:30
  • Friday : 11:30 – 19:30
  • Saturday : 10:30 – 18:30
  • Sunday : 10:30 – 18:30
HONG KONG STATION

MTR Station Concessions

HOK43-44, Hong Kong Station

Central, HK


trading hours
  • Monday : 11:00 – 21:00
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Shop trading hours in Queensland

COVID-19 food and grocery trading hours

The Chief Health Officer has revoked the Trading Hours Notice on 3 July 2020 and it is no longer in effect.

Under the previous Notice, which operated from 19 March 2020, an owner or operator of a business used predominantly for the sale of food or groceries or both, was permitted to open the business from 7am on a day the shop is permitted to trade, to enable people to obtain essential groceries.

This meant that owners and operators of non-exempt shops predominantly selling food or groceries could open their business from 7am on any day the shop would normally trade. Food and grocery shops that are permitted to open before 7am under the Trading (Allowable Hours) Act 1990 could continue.

For details, read the Notice.

Trading hours for each category of retail shop are listed below. Different hours may apply to Sundays and public holidays.

Special trading hours apply for Anzac Day, Easter, Labour Day and Christmas.

Follow these steps to work out what kind of shop you have, and when you can trade:

  1. Check the list of exempt shops to see if your shop is included in that list.
  2. If you are not included in the list of exempt shops, check the criteria for independent retail shops.
  3. If your shop doesn’t fit into either of those categories you are a non-exempt shop.

Exempt shops

Exempt shops are defined in the Trading (Allowable Hours) Act 1990 and include:

  • the type of shops described in the list below
  • independent retail shops (see criteria below)
  • a shop operating in a stated area for an event – that is a unique or infrequent event of local, State or national significance and which is declared by the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission (QIRC) to be a special event. Example – 2018 Commonwealth Games.

Find out if you are an exempt shop

  • antique shop
  • art gallery or arts and crafts shop
  • aquarium, aquarium accessories or pet shop
  • bait and tackle or marine shop
  • bookseller’s or newsagent’s shop
  • bread, cake or pastry shop
  • butcher’s shop
  • camping equipment shop
  • chemist shop
  • confectionery shop or ice-cream parlour
  • cooked provisions shop (where the provisions are cooked or heated on the premises immediately before sale), milk bar, restaurant, café or refreshment shop
  • delicatessen
  • fish shop
  • flower shop
  • fruit and vegetable shop
  • funeral director’s premises
  • hairdresser’s, beautician’s or barber’s shop
  • licensed premises under the Liquor Act 1992 or the Wine Industry Act 1994 (although specific trading hour restrictions apply – read Trading hours for liquor licensees)
  • nursery (plant) shop for selling garden plants and shrubs, seeds, garden and landscaping supplies or equipment, and associated products
  • photographic shop
  • premises in relation to which a pawnbrokers licence under the Second-hand Dealers and Pawnbrokers Act 2003 is in force
  • service station
  • subject to section 5(4), shop of a class declared by regulation to be a class of exempt shop
  • shop for selling motor vehicle spare parts or motor cycle spare parts, or both
  • shop in an international airport terminal, cruise terminal, casino, or tourist resort on an off-shore island
  • soap shop
  • souvenir shop
  • special exhibition or display of goods (examples – an annual 3-day caravan, camping and fishing expo, a one-off launch of a new model of campervans held at a shopping centre)
  • sporting goods shop
  • tobacconist’s shop
  • toy shop
  • veterinary supplies shop.

Independent retail shops (sub-category of exempt shops)

If your shop is not in the list of exempt shops and meets all of the following criteria, it is classified as an ‘independent retail shop’:

  • The business is run by an individual, partnership or a proprietary company (does not include a public company or related corporation).
  • There are no more than 30 people, including the owner, engaged in the shop at any one time.
  • There are no more than 100 people engaged by the owner in all shops throughout Queensland at any one time.
  • The business is not conducted within a non-exempt shop or part thereof.

Trading hours for exempt shops

Exempt shops, except for independent retail shops, have unrestricted trading hours. They may trade 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days of the year, including all public holidays.

Independent retail shops as a sub-category of exempt shops can open at any time, including most public holidays except they must remain closed:

  • on Good Friday and 25 December (Christmas Day) each year*
  • until 1pm on 25 April (Anzac Day) each year*.

*These restrictions do not apply to an independent retail shop which is predominantly a food and/or grocery shop.

Special arrangements apply for shops in the Mossman and Port Douglas Tourist Area allowing all shops unrestricted trading for a period of 5 years from 31 August 2017.

Note: Hours of trade may be restricted by another Act or contract. For example licensed premises must comply with the Liquor Act 1992 and the Wine Industry Act 1994. For more information, read Trading hours for liquor licensees.

Non-exempt shops

Non-exempt shops are shops other than exempt shops and include:

  • large retailers including supermarkets, department stores and hardware shops
  • shops selling motor vehicles or caravans.
Trading hours for non-exempt shops

There are specific trading hours for non-exempt shops depending on their location. There are 4 defined areas:

  • south-east Queensland area
  • a defined tourist area (i. e. Area of New Farm of Inner City of Brisbane, Hamilton North Shore Area, Gold Coast Coastal Tourist Area, The Great Barrier Reef Wonderland Tourist Complex, the Town of Port Douglas, Cairns CBD Area and Pacific Fair Shopping Centre)
  • a schedule 1AB area (i.e. an area which, prior to 31 August 2017, had Sunday and public holiday trading)
  • a seaside resort (i.e. Tourist and/or seaside resorts – Rainbow Beach, Tin Can Bay, Burrum Heads, Woodgate, Moore Park, Keppel Sands and the islands off the sea coast of Queensland being part of the State of Queensland)

Trading hours for non-exempt shops other than non-exempt hardware shops and shops selling motor vehicles or caravans

Area

Monday to Friday

Saturday

Sunday and Public Holidays other than Closed days*

South East Queensland area (extending north to Noosa, south to Coolangatta and west to Gatton, excluding the defined tourist areas – see below)

7am to 9pm

7am to 9pm

9am to 6pm

Tourist area (i. e. the Area of New Farm of Inner City of Brisbane, Hamilton North Shore Area, Gold Coast Coastal Tourist Area, The Great Barrier Reef Wonderland Tourist Complex, the Town of Port Douglas, the Cairns CBD, Pacific Fair Shopping Centre)

6am to 10pm

7am to 10pm

7am to 9pm

Note: Special arrangements apply for shops in the Mossman and Port Douglas Tourist Area allowing all shops unrestricted trading for a period of 5 years from 31 August 2017.    

In any other area (which, prior to 31 August 2017, had Sunday and public holiday trading)

  • Biloela Area
  • Bundaberg Area
  • Cairns Tourist Area
  • City of Rockhampton
  • City of Toowoomba
  • Cooloola Cove Area
  • Dalby Area
  • Emerald Area
  • Emu Park Tourist Area
  • Fraser Coast Area
  • Gladstone Area
  • Gympie Area
  • Ingham Area
  • Innisfail Area
  • Mackay Area
  • Marian Area
  • Moranbah Area
  • Stanthorpe Area
  • Tablelands Area (Mareeba and Atherton)
  • Townsville and Thuringowa Area (excluding Townsville Tourist Area)
  • Warwick Area
  • Whitsunday Shire Tourist Area
  • Yeppoon Tourist Area

8am to 9pm

8am to 6pm

9am to 6pm

Townsville Tourist Area

7am to 9pm

8am to 6pm

9am to 6pm

In a seaside resort

(Tourist and/or seaside resorts)

8am to 9pm

8am to 6pm

Sunday: closed

Public holidays: 9am to 6pm

In any other area (which, prior to 31 August 2017, did not have Sunday and public holiday trading)

(This includes, but is not limited to, a number of regional towns such as Ayr, Blackwater, Bowen, Charleville, Charters Towers, Childers, Chinchilla, Cloncurry, Goondiwindi, Home Hill, Kingaroy, Longreach, Mission Beach, Mt Isa, Nanango, Oakey, Pittsworth, Proserpine, Roma, Weipa)

8am to 9pm

8am to 6pm

Including Easter Saturday (the day after Good Friday)

Closed

Excluding Easter Saturday (the day after Good Friday)

(8am to 6pm)

* Closed days: Good Friday, 25 April (Anzac Day), Labour Day and 25 December (Christmas Day).

Note: Special arrangements apply for shops in the Mossman and Port Douglas Tourist Area allowing all shops unrestricted trading for a period of 5 years from 31 August 2017.

Trading hours for non-exempt hardware shops

Area

Monday to Friday

Saturday

Sunday and Public Holidays other than Closed days*

South East Queensland area (extending north to Noosa, south to Coolangatta and west to Gatton, excluding the defined tourist areas – see below)

6am to 9pm

6am to 9pm

6am to 6pm

Tourist area (i.e. the Area of New Farm of Inner City of Brisbane, Hamilton North Shore Area, Gold Coast Coastal Tourist Area, the Great Barrier Reef Wonderland Tourist Complex, the Town of Port Douglas, the Cairns CBD, Pacific Fair Shopping Centre)

6am to 10pm

6am to 10pm

6am to 9pm

In any other area

6am to 9pm

6am to 6pm

6am to 6pm

* Closed days: Good Friday, 25 April (Anzac Day), Labour Day and 25 December (Christmas Day).

Note: Special arrangements apply for shops in the Mossman and Port Douglas Tourist Area allowing all shops unrestricted trading for a period of 5 years from 31 August 2017.

Trading hours for motor vehicle and caravan sales

Area

Monday to Friday

Saturday

Sunday

Public Holidays other than Closed days*

Car yards (located in the Gold Coast Area, Redcliffe Peninsula, City of Brisbane Area, City of Logan Area, Town of Beenleigh Area, Near North Coast Area, Shire of Pine Rivers, Redland Shire and City of Ipswich)

8am to 9pm

8am to 6pm

Closed

8am to 6pm

Car yards (outside of the areas listed above)

8am to 9pm

8am to 5pm

Closed

Closed

Caravan yards

8am to 9pm

8am to 6pm

Closed

Closed

Combined caravan and car yards

8am to 9pm

8am to 5pm

Closed

Closed

* Closed days: Good Friday, 25 April (Anzac Day), Labour Day and 25 December (Christmas Day).

Public holidays and closed days

Closed days for all non-exempt shops:

  • Good Friday
  • Anzac Day (25 April)
  • Labour Day (first Monday in May)
  • Christmas Day (25 December).

Non-exempt shops in regional areas must remain closed on Sundays and public holidays.

Public holidays which are not closed days:

  • New Year’s Day (1 January)*
  • Australia Day (26 January)*
  • The day after Good Friday (date varies)
  • Easter Sunday (date varies)
  • Easter Monday (date varies)
  • Queen’s Birthday (first Monday in October)
  • Local shows (dates vary)
  • Boxing Day (26 December)*.

* The Holidays Act 1983 allows for additional public holidays on the following Monday or Tuesday when certain public holidays fall on a weekend:

  • New Year’s Day
  • Australia Day
  • Anzac Day (only if it falls on a Sunday)
  • Christmas Day
  • Boxing Day.

Find out exact dates for public and show holidays.

Special conditions apply on Anzac Day, Easter and Christmas.

Advertising for business outside lawful trading hours

It is illegal for independent and non-exempt shops to advertise that a shop will be open outside the hours permitted by the Trading (Allowable Hours) Act 1990.

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90,000 Students and graduates about the “Job Fair.ru”

Dear students and alumni of the University!

The PNU Center for Professional Growth and Career Support invites you to participate in the already traditional INTERNET PROJECT “FAIR OF VACANCIES. RU “.

In order to take part in the project, you need to register (fill out an electronic resume with which employers will work in the future). To fill out your resume, you need to find out your login and password in the dean’s office of your faculty, institute.

After the approval of the moderator, your resume gets access from registered users from the number of employers during the FAIR (July 1 – July 31, 2021) . Employers will view resumes and contact you using the contacts specified in the application form. The specialists of the PNU Center for Professional Growth and Career Support will save all received resumes in the intra-university database, which will give you additional advantages in finding an interesting job.

If you have already posted your resume on the site, but would like to make some changes, you can do this using the login and password of your personal account on the PNU website. After making changes, your resume will temporarily be in an invisible mode until the Center specialists check the correctness of the information entered.

Students and graduates who have registered on the website within the framework of the project “FAIR VACANCIES.RU” have a unique opportunity during the FAIR in free mode:

  • to get acquainted with the list of vacancies of organizations and enterprises interested in attracting young specialists,
  • get more detailed information about the vacancies of interest,
  • Contact employers who submitted their vacancies

and of course

  • GET INTERESTING JOB OFFERS !!!

If you have any additional questions, or you need advice on filling out an electronic resume, you can contact the PNU Center for Professional Growth and Career Support ( aud. 235 left ), tel. (4212) 76-17-25 .

90,000 An exhibition-fair of Kamchatka fish was opened in Kurgan

Friday, November 6, 2020, 11:55

Morning of the Trans-Urals

For fish lovers there is plenty of space here. Such an abundance of Pacific inhabitants on a few square meters, perhaps, is rare in Kurgan.There are more than twenty species of salmon.

Yulia Vishnevskaya, participant of the exhibition-fair “Fish of Kamchatka”:

– Look what a shiny fish. Her feathers are soft. She’s all very fresh. And it will be a good addition to any table.

Chinook salmon – wild salmon – the generally recognized leader in taste. And besides, it is the largest representative of the salmon of the Pacific Ocean brethren. In Kamchatka waters it grows up to almost two meters. The people of Kurgan tasted the taste of chinook salmon.

– It wouldn’t be tasty if I would have traveled here from the North!

– Well, I like chinook salmon and white fish, too, nothing. But chinook salmon is better. Vitamins!

Meanwhile, the white fish is advised to be eaten even by children. And all because of the structural features. The fish has no small bones. In addition, experts call it low in calories, but nutritious.

– I take mostly slightly salted. It means something with potatoes.

The exhibition features both slightly salted and smoked fish.They smoke, by the way, in different ways. Hot and cold.

Yulia Vishnevskaya, participant of the exhibition-fair “Fish of Kamchatka”:

– Cook fish in ovens on sawdust, on sawdust of alder, birch, cherry. It is delivered by plane. And then it is transported in cars, refrigerated trucks throughout the country.

Originally northern inhabitants – muksun and taimen – sailed to the exhibition. They say that the fish king taimen is now a rare guest not only on the tables of Russians, but also in rivers.This large salmon live exclusively in cold and crystal-clear waters.

But tuna prefers to surf the Pacific. It is also called sea meat. It is one of the most popular ingredients in Asian cuisine. A relative of mackerel, it reaches a length of up to four and a half meters. At the exhibition, the specimens are more modest. And it is absolutely outlandish for our region – marlin. Its name means “short dagger”. Kurgan people are more familiar with this fish from Hemingway’s story “The Old Man and the Sea”.

Next to him is a commercial sole. Popularly known as halibut. At the exhibition we are sure that there will be a lover for every taste.

Yulia Vishnevskaya, participant of the exhibition-fair “Fish of Kamchatka”:

– For lovers of more fatty varieties – chinook salmon, white fish, muksun, omul. For lovers of leaner varieties – this is coho salmon, we also have whitefish.

The Kurgan people are treated to salmon caviar of various types. Chum salmon have smaller eggs than chinook salmon, but they are hardly inferior in taste.When choosing, experts advise to pay attention to the density and color of the Kamchatka delicacy. Eggs should not stick together.

– You have to pamper yourself sometimes.

You can taste the fish from the Pacific depths until November 10. A fish spot – in the recreation center of railway workers.

90,000 Top-12 exhibitions in the world: art fairs from Europe to Asia

3. Exhibition “Absolute Installation” opens at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Oslo on 14 January. Visiting it, you can find that in addition to the fjords and the singer Rybak, Norway also has an excellent collection of contemporary art.The exhibition, in particular, shows Bill Viola, Anish Kapoor, Louise Bourgeois and Ilya Kabakov.

Until January 15, 2012.

Specify the cost of tickets by phone (+47) 21 98 20 00

www. nasjonalmuseet.no

4. At the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, before being sent to a large exhibition in Rome, the restored masterpiece by Filippo Lippi “Madonna and Child” is on display. The museum decided not to organize an exhibition of one painting and added textiles, furniture and a column from Palazzo Strozzi to the exhibition – the very one for which the Madonna was ordered at the end of the 15th century.

From January 15 to April 25.

Entrance $ 20.

www.metmuseum.org

5. In the category of exotic entertainment related to art, the th Delhi Art Summit is leading in January . By its format, it is an art fair with an emphasis on educational projects. About 84 galleries, mostly of Indian origin, interspersed with participants from London, Vienna and neighboring countries, will show not only modern but also classical art – sculpture, graphics, painting, prints, photography, as well as preforms and even digital art.

From 20 to 23 January

Free admission

www.indiaartsummit.com

6. On January 21 in Brussels for the 56th time starts fair of antiques and fine arts BRAFA , in which Belgian and world galleries participate. Along with classic pieces of furniture and fine art, here you can buy objects of oriental and Asian art, reminiscent of the colonial past of Belgium, when everything exotic and original was exported from overseas lands.The BRAFA guest of honor this year was the Van der Berg Museum in Antwerp, which brought 20 masterpieces from its collection to the Tour & Taxis complex, including “Mad Greta” by Peter Bruegel the Elder.

Entrance € 20.

Until January 30th. www.brafa.be

7. At the Royal Academy of Arts in London, for the first time in 30 years, a retrospective of sculpture is organized, thus confirming the recent artistic trend (before that, sculpture was not interested in several decades, now it sets records at auctions and arouses increased interest in museums). The retrospective will cover both contemporary sculpture and works from the 1910s and 1930s, when Britain still ruled the seas, and African and American primitive figurines inspired artists from the metropolis. Shown, in particular, “Queen Victoria” by Alfred Gilbert, “Festival figure” by Henry Moore and “Let’s Eat Away Today” by Damien Hirst.

The exhibition runs from January 22 to April 7.

Entrance – 9 pounds.

www.royalacademy.org.uk

90,000 APEC Fair is closed.Primorye – vice versa

Today at 14 o’clock at the sea terminal the official closing of the investment fair will take place. This means that the “carnival” part of the APEC-2002 forum is over. Now another and, note, the main one will begin – a careful study of investment projects, the development of dating tied to the forum, and so on.

Today at 14 o’clock at the sea terminal the official closing of the investment fair will take place. This means that the “carnival” part of the APEC-2002 forum is over. Now another and, note, the main one will begin – a careful study of investment projects, the development of dating tied to the forum, and so on.

Opening yesterday the conference “Investment Opportunities of Russian Regions”, Deputy Minister of Economic Development and Trade of the Russian Federation Vladimir Karastin, in particular, said:

– We have an unused potential in attracting foreign investment, primarily to the Far East and Primorye. The Asia-Pacific region is one of the most dynamically developing poles of the world economy.Suffice it to recall that the share of the Asia-Pacific countries accounts for 60%. world GDP, half of world trade and investment, 40 percent. population. This also determines Russia’s interest in cooperation in the APR. In recent years, positive changes have been observed in this area, trade turnover is growing, scientific, technical and investment cooperation is developing.

The work of the pavilions of the fair went on as usual yesterday. Despite the anniversary of the terrorist attacks in America, the heightened security regime was not felt, as was the nervousness of the atmosphere.The militiamen quite loyally let everyone into the building of the seaport, symbolically touching their bags with their detectors. Only a couple of rather operetta Cossacks with checkers were striking.

The White House also did not smell like an emergency. Apart from the fact that the investment conference opened with a minute of silence in memory of those killed in the United States a year ago.

The results of the forum ending today should be revealed later. The vice-governor of Primorye, Igor Ivanov, says that the level of business activity of the forum participants is quite high, but it is too early to draw conclusions.Ilya Klebanov, Minister of Industry, Science and Technology, who visited Primorye the other day, emphasized that no one expected an instant conclusion of agreements and a golden rain. In any case, at the APEC forum, the informal word “tusovka” does not carry a negative meaning.

Author: Vasily AVCHENKO, “Vladivostok”

Calendar Buro24 / 7: major fairs and biennials 2014

Avid collectors and art dealers have a schedule all year round: in the spring they go to Maastricht, New York and Hong Kong, in the summer to Basel, then to Paris, London, Miami and beyond.We join them in order to join the actual art

B Yennale of the Whitney Biennale
New York, March 7 – May 25

Biennially, the Whitney Museum in New York hosts its own Biennale, featuring the latest in American art. Three outside-museum curators have been recruited this year – Stuart Comer of MoMA, Anthony Elms of the Philadelphia Museum of Contemporary Art, and Michelle Grabner of the Art Institute of Chicago.Each of them is given one floor of the Whitney Museum – we are going to New York for new names and fresh impressions.

TEFAF
Maastricht, March 14-23

For art of the 13th-19th centuries, as well as antique furniture, jewelry, manuscripts and other antiques, we go to Maastricht, one of the oldest art fairs in Europe. She also has sections TEFAF Modern and TEFAF Design – at your service art of the XX-XXI centuries, plus prints, photographs and printed materials.It will be held for the 27th time in the small Dutch town of Maastricht, near the Belgian border. In 2012, The European Fine Art Fair widely celebrated its 25th anniversary and was opened by Queen Beatrix herself.

Los Angeles Paris Photo
Los Angeles, April 26-28

The famous Paris Photo fair got an American version last year. This spring, galleries from all over the world will gather again at Paramount Pictures, presenting all genres of photography at their stands.

Frieze NY
New York, May 9-12

New York’s Frieze version of the famous London fair of the same name is another American novelty. This spring, the show will be held on Randall Island for the third time. Last year, 180 galleries from 32 countries took part in it, among the most interesting stands by tradition were the galleries of Larry Gagosian, David Zvirner, as well as the famous Lisson Gallery and Lehmann Maupin Gallery. We are heading there in three months to see and acquire contemporary art presented by Jeff Koons, Damien Hirst, Doug Aitken and other major contemporary artists.

Art Basel Hong Kong
Hong Kong 16-18 May

This year, Hong Kong will host a new version of the Art Basel fair for the second time, the main focus of which is on the art of Asian countries. The list of galleries participating in the show has already been announced: there are 245 of them, and 19 of them will appear at Art Basel Hong Kong for the first time.

“I know there was some fear that Basel would be just a copy of what they are doing in Switzerland and Miami,” Art Basel Hong Kong director Magnus Renfrew told The New York Times. “But we have fulfilled our mission, and most of the galleries at the fair are really taken from the Asia-Pacific region.” In addition to renowned local artists, the fair will also feature brand new names – the Discoveries sector is dedicated to young and emerging artists from around the world.

Venice Architecture Biennale
Venice, 7 June – 23 November

Rem Koolhaas, head of the Dutch bureau OMA and one of the largest contemporary architects, has been appointed curator of the upcoming Venice Biennale.The first thing he did was to almost double the operating time of the show. Instead of the usual three months, the 2014 Biennale will run for about six months.

This summer, pavilions from different countries will gather again in Venice, presenting architectural exhibitions in the Giardini and the Arsenal, united by the common theme of “Foundations”. “After several biennials, which passed under the sign of modernity, the next one will concentrate on history, on architectural elements, without which no building of any architect of all time is unthinkable,” Rem Koolhaas explained the choice of such a topic.

Art Basel
Basel, 19-22 June

Europe’s most influential art show this year celebrates its 45th anniversary. Last summer, Swiss Basel hosted 304 galleries from 39 countries, including for the first time even such “exotic” representatives as Singapore and the Philippines. On the VIP preview, among the stands of Larry Gagosian, David Zwirner, White Cube and other gigantic galleries, one could meet Roman Abramovich, Leonardo DiCaprio and other guests who made major purchases in the very first hours of the fair.This year, Art Basel will again bring together more than 300 galleries, which will set the tone for the art community for the coming year.

Source: //buro247.ru/culture/arts/yarmarka-art-basel-otkrylas-v-shveytcarii.html

Viennafair
Vienna, 2-5 October

The VIENNAFAIR Fair has existed in Vienna since 2005, and for the third year it has been held under the auspices of the Russians. The owner of 70% of the shares is a businessman, chairman of the board of directors of RDI Group Dmitry Aksenov.Together with two art directors Christina Steinbrecher and Vita Zaman, he strengthens VIENNAFAIR’s position as a show focused mainly on the art of Eastern Europe. Even if galleries from other regions make up a certain percentage of the fair – in the Messe Wien space you can find exhibitors from South Korea, Iran and Los Angeles, for example – but still Austria, Russia and Poland are leading in the overall list.

Art Director Christina Steinbrecher the main task of the fair is to familiarize the art community with little-known artists and galleries.Because of this, at VIENNAFAIR everything is different than at the main world fairs: luminaries like Larry Gagosian, David Zwirner or Paul Kasmin are not to be found here, but the Vienna show allows you to fully discover new artists and promising gallery owners.

Frieze London
London, October 16-19

The Frieze Contemporary Art Fair is similar in its range of galleries to both Art Basel and FIAC. After examining the stands of 130 galleries, we go to Frieze Masters – the “sister” fair, which will be held in London for the third time and will present the works of old masters.Last year, it featured a painting by Pieter Bruegel Jr. unknown to the world, and at a very modest price for a work of this level – 6 million pounds. We are waiting for new surprises from the autumn Freize.

FIAC
Paris, 23-26 October

The FIAC fair, which celebrated its 40th anniversary last year, will again spread throughout the entire historical center of Paris in October: from the Tuileries Gardens and Place Vendôme to the Grand Palais (the main site), as well as the new Hors les Murs space on the left bank of the Seine.Anish Kapoor, Yayoi Kusama, Ai Weiwei and many other artists will meet again under the iron arches of the Grand Palais in October.

Source: //buro247.ru/culture/arts/obzor-buro24-7-yarmarka-fiac.html

Art Basel Miami Beach
Miami Beach, Dec 4-7

The final gathering of collectors of the year takes place at Art Basel Week in Miami Beach. Unlike the Hong Kong and Basel versions, this fair focuses primarily on American art.In parallel with it, a dozen more significant reviews, exhibitions and events are taking place in Miami: in order to fully immerse yourself in contemporary art, we advise you to spend a whole week in sunny Florida.

Join offline audiovisual installation “Portrait of a Generation” on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of BURO. – get an immersive experience.

To buy a ticket

International Medical Devices Fair CMEF Spring 2019

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May

From 14 to 17 May, the CMEF Spring (China International Medical Equipment Fair) was held in China.

The first CMEF opened in 1979. Now it is held twice a year, in autumn and spring. After 30 years of continuous innovation and improvement, CMEF has become the largest trade show for medical devices, related products and services in the Asia-Pacific region. Here is a huge range of technologies and products required in medicine and related fields. Among the regular exhibitors of the exhibition are world-renowned leaders in the production of equipment and technology.

Every year the exhibition attracts representatives of pharmaceuticals, traditional medicine, massage therapists, psychiatrists, surgeons, dentists, oculists, gynecologists and therapists to get acquainted with the innovations of medical equipment and instruments, as well as treatment and surgery technologies from different countries of the world.

The main task of CMEF is to provide a quality platform for establishing business relationships in both domestic and foreign markets.

At CMEF Spring 2019, exhibits were presented in all major areas of medical technology, including innovative diagnostic methods, the latest research tools and novelties in information technology for doctors.Within the framework of the exhibition, seminars, conferences, presentations and symposia were organized, at which participants and visitors of the exhibition could exchange useful information and experience in the production of products necessary for society.

Aohua is an annual exhibitor at CMEF. For many years of hard work, the company has managed to stand on a par with the world’s largest brands in the production of medical equipment. Aohua does not stand still, constantly develops, participates in research and development, regularly improves and expands its products.All this allows the company from year to year to occupy an increasingly significant position in the market of endoscopic equipment in Russia and the world. Every year, a huge number of clinics give their preference to Aohua products.

This year was no exception. The entire line of endoscopic systems, new equipment, unique technologies, which even the leaders in the field of endoscopy cannot boast of, were presented at the Aohua stand.

Thank you to everyone who attended the International Medical & Medical Devices Fair and the Aohua booth!

Photo report about the past event

90,000 TEFAF has opened the first online season – Vedomosti

The TEFAF fair, which traditionally takes place in March, this year has become the last meeting place for dealers and collectors face to face.The further scenario is known: first, cautious messages about the postponement of the main art shows to the second half of the year, then tragic news about their cancellation. This happened with the largest fair of contemporary art and modernism Art Basel in all three cities of its holding (Hong Kong, Basel and Miami), and with the main competitors of TEFAF – the Paris Biennale, which broke down in September, and the London Frieze Masters, with which the same happened in October. Even the BRAFA in Brussels, which opens the fair year, announced a week ago that the January offline edition will be postponed to 2022.

However, the March demarche of the Dutch organizers, who decided not to cancel the event during the pandemic, did not go smoothly: then the fair with a scandal closed a few days earlier than planned, the coronavirus swept through the ranks of gallery owners. Perhaps that is why they decided not to take risks with the autumn show in New York in the summer – it was announced that the money would be returned to the exhibitors and the fair was moved online. There was not much time to prepare the platform for online display, but the organizers of TEFAF came up with their own approach to displaying and selling on the Internet, taking into account the mistakes of Online Viewing Rooms previously launched by colleagues.

A screen instead of luxury

Collectors and museum workers who routinely visit two days of VIP previews on the eve of the official opening may be disappointed. Instead of traditional flower garlands, rivers of champagne, oyster breakdowns and stands bursting with art, three columns of endless pictures on a laptop screen await them. There are about 300 pictures – according to the number of participants, in the first online season of the fair, dealers were asked to exhibit strictly one item, representing both the gallery’s profile and the high quality of internal expertise.This was done for two reasons. First, the organizers wanted to once again show the collectors their own showcase worthy of museum walls. Secondly, it was necessary to facilitate the work of a committee of experts, numbering more than a hundred people. The physical impossibility of inspecting the works imposed additional burdens and risks on both sides.

Yes, the range is narrowed, scrolling and clicking on each interesting object to see additional photos and videos and read the full description and provenance is tiresome.But the game is worth the candle: TEFAF, as always, presented high quality items for every taste and budget. The fair has almost everything – from archeology, antique sculpture and paintings by old masters to works by modernists, jewelers and classics of modern art.

The striking section of TEFAF has always been painting. This time is no exception – the three most expensive pieces are here.

Hammer Galleries, founded by “a great friend of the USSR” Armand Hammer, exhibited “Three Dancers in Yellow Skirts” by Edgar Degas.The work from the collection of the founder himself is estimated at 37 million euros.

“Portrait of Don Juan López de Robredo, court embroiderer to King Charles IV of Spain” by Francisco Goya, the Caylus gallery in Madrid offers for 6.5 million euros. This work has a difficult fate. The last owners decided to sell the portrait in 2010, the Spanish authorities refused to buy it out and gave the go-ahead for export outside the country. Christie’s took up the sales baton in 2011, putting up a portrait with an estimate of £ 4-6 million for auction in London, but the sale fell through.Since then, the court embroiderer has been wandering, and has not yet found a monastery. He, like Degas, was already exhibited in Maastricht in March. By the fall, sellers had thrown off almost a million.

But the third picturesque hit – “Girl with a Doll” by Paul Cézanne is a newcomer. The blue-gray portrait has been in the hands of two legendary art dealers – Ambroise Vollard and Paul Rosenberg, and has been exhibited at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and the Musee d’Orsay in Paris. Today it is sold for $ 18 million.

However, items with a million-plus population on TEFAF are quite rare.More often here you can find unique cabinet-format works in the price category up to 500,000 euros. This year it is the head of the fertility god Ming of the XIV century, made of granodiorite. BC NS. (Axel Vervoordt, 180,000 euros) and a medieval German Madonna and child made of limestone with polychrome painting (Blumka Gallery, $ 300,000). You should also pay attention to the silver watch with gold and precious stones by the court jeweler August the Strong, Johann Heinrich Köhler (Galerie Kugel, $ 385,000) and the picturesque “Judgment of Paris” by Lucas Cranach the Elder (Robert Simon Fine Art, $ 450,000).A drawing with two figures of Picasso of the pink period (David Tunick, Inc., $ 300,000), a pair of office chairs from 1951 by Jean Prouvet (Galerie Patrick Seguin, 380,000 euros) and a 23-centimeter bronze figure of Henry Moore (Osborne Samuel, $ 300,000).

A couple of years ago, TEFAF began to be wary of accepting contemporary art – the fair was actually the last bastion of the market, where he was not allowed to enter. However, the sector’s dizzying auction records and the fashion for eclectic gatherings took their toll.Now, even in a modest online showcase, 15% of the exhibits belong to the authorship of post-war and living classics. For fans of antiquity, such a neighborhood can hurt the eye, but minimalism and abstraction pleasantly pull the buyer out of the museum slumber.

The current TEFAF also has many blue chips on the market – Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Karel Appel, Alberto Giacometti, François-Xavier Lalanne, David Hockney and Jeff Koons. The last price record holder at the fair: a two-part sculpture “Cherubim” from the cycle “Made in Heaven” (circulation – three copies, one is kept in the Russian Museum of St. Petersburg), the Gagosian gallery sells for $ 2.4 million.

Russian art at TEFAF is quite rare, although there are many clients from Russia. Our compatriots, of course, have long been artistically omnivorous, but quite often they buy things from Russian authors. At least two permanent participants specialize in Russian art – James Butterwick from London and A La Vieille Russie from New York. The first, an avant-garde expert, offers the laconic graphics of the architect Yakov Chernikhov (25,000 euros). The second, which supplies the market with precious Fabergé trinkets, exhibits a miniature Louis XV style sedan chair in gold, adorned with guilloché enamel and semi-precious stones.The item comes from the collection of Baron Leopold de Rothschild. The gallery owners do not name the price, but a similar copy, which came to Moscow for the Christie’s pre-auction exhibition, was sold in London in November 2017 for 788,800 pounds.

Well, two galleries exhibited works with royal provenance. Carlton Hobbs LLC from New York offers a steel tray with gold details and engraving by the famous Zlatoust master Ivan Boyarshinov. It was commissioned by Nicholas I and presented to the Scottish geologist Roderick Impie Murchison.Another royal gift – an Art Nouveau-style silver jug ​​by Pavel Ovchinnikov – was exhibited by the Dutch Daatselaar. The donor, according to the dealer’s assurances, was the family of Alexander III, who thus noted the merits of the court doctor Johann Georg Metzger (65,000 euros).

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