New York-based architect James Khamsi of FIRM a.d. and designer Wayne Swadron are behind the new innovative redesign of the fair.

A real standout section of the event is FOCUS: LATIN AMERICA which has been curated by Mexico City and Berlin-based independent curator Abaseh Mirvali. In 2015, Mirvali curated the first exhibition of the Turner Prize winner to be held in Latin America, which was presented in the Luis Barragán House and Studio, and the Experimental Museum, El Eco, in Mexico City. Artists featured in the highly anticipated FOCUS: LATIN AMERICA includes works by Argentinians Eduardo Basualdo, Matías Duville, Max Gómez Canle, and Catalina León, Colombian Mateo López and Mexican Milena Muzquiz.

Mirvali said of the artists in the project: "Inheriting the artistic concerns of the second half of the twentieth century, where artists began to challenge the integrity of the two-dimensional work of art, the traditional painting on canvas, and its frame, the selected artists for this presentation explore the limits of traditional disciplines such as painting, sculpture, drawing, to go beyond them. They take the concept and experiment with the physical nature of the canvas, the frame, the paint and other materials and in doing so challenge the viewer to negotiate a new relationship with the works.

Art Toronto will run from October 23-26 2015. Check out here for more information.