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Instagram becoming the social choice of Artists and their Galleries as witnessed @LondonArtFair

Oliver Hickmet’s sculptures where exhibited by Art Catlin, following his inclusion in the Caitlin Guide 2015, which was unveiled at the London Art Fair this year.

Alan Kingsbury’s ‘Silver, teapot and postcards’ is being shown by Panter and Hall, who specialise in showcasing fresh talent alongside old masters.

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American street artists and graphic designer Shepard Fairey/OBEY GIANT’s ‘Rebel Waltz’ is being shown by the Paul Stolper Gallery, as well as work by Susie Hamilton.

Estructuras Precarias installation in basement projects #lambprojects #fernandootero A photo posted by Lucinda Bellm (@lamb_arts) on

Lamb Arts showcased up and coming artists Christopher Page and Victor Florido at this year’s London Art Fair.

Hackney based pop-artist artist, Dave Bounaguidi’s ‘I fucking love this place’ was shown by FAD favourite Jealous London

Brighton based, Inkd Gallery exhibited oil painter, Jake WoodEvans’, ‘White Horse in Light’

Finally Andipa Gallery exhibited Bridget Riley’s encaptivating screen print, ‘La Lune en Rodage’



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