NEW Art Fair for London opening this October

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New STRARTA Art Fair Highlights London’s Confidence 9th – 13th October 2013 Venue: Saatchi Gallery, Duke of Yorks HQ, Kings Road, London SW3

What better demonstrates the confidence of the London art market than the launch of a new International fully curated art fair for contemporary art lovers and collectors?

The show will display the best in class from 30 international galleries.

Artwork will include modern paintings, drawings, limited edition prints, photography, sculptures and multi-media works ranging from £2,000 to well over £250,000.

Lesley Samms, from the organisers LMG Events said,

‘Market research shows that while London is Europe’s premier showcase for international art, there is a deep longing for a handpicked art event featuring carefully selected artwork that’s impeccably displayed in stunning interiors. Collectors want quality and variety in a delightful setting where they can experience calm and relaxation in order to embrace the talent of the artists on display.’

The top floor will feature special curated space showing exhibitions composed by five leading contemporary curators –
Ben Moore, David Powell, Griselda Bear, Nikki Tompsett & Martin Everett and Piet de Jonge.

‘As well as providing a wonderful new experience for art collectors, the STRARTA Art Fair will provide a legacy by encouraging professional development for new artists looking to get a foothold in the global fine art marketplace.
This alone makes the art fair highly unusual and innovate and the feedback from both galleries and artists has been terrific.’

www.STRARTA.com

About Mark Westall

Mark Westall is the Founder and Editor of FAD magazine, ' A curation of the world’s most interesting culture' [PLUS] Art of Conversation: A tri-annual 'no news paper' AofC - Issue 1 Autumn 2018

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