An occasion for collectors, critics, artists, galleries, and art enthusiasts to all connect through art, Korea’s largest art fair, the Korea International Art Fair (KIAF) will span for 5 days, starting October 12th. Hosted by Korea Galleries Association, the convention is planned to host over 170 galleries from 16 different countries. High profile collectors, critics, art directors, and gallery owners from overseas (Hong Kong entrepreneur Adrian Cheng, CEO of New World Development and founder of K11 Art Foundation, deputy chairman of Philips Rober Manley are among the list) have also been invited to realize the potential of Korean art in the global market. Adrian Cheng, industrial designer Alan Chan, director of London’s IKON Gallery Jonathan Watkins, among others, will be holding talks ranging from art business to trends and art in the digital era at the K-Art Conversation event. Taiwanese artists will be extensively featured this year as the country is the guest of honor for the 15th edition of KIAF.