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Inaugural Cicek Art Fair opens this week.

Cicek Gallery to open the inaugural Cicek Art Fair this Thursday introducing emerging artists to collectors at accessible price points.

Conor Quinn, Two Years Either Side of His Birthday, 2022, Oil paint on canvas. (24x30cm)

The fair will be held in Gaunson Creative Studios, Tottenham, from Thursday 20th July – 2 August, hosted by the wonderfully supportive Unit3 Events. An opening private view will be held from 7-11pm on 21st July. Eight artists will feature in the fair: Abi Joy Samuel, Alla Samarina, Annam Butt, Berfin Cicek, Connor Quinn, Emma O’Rourke, Fía Yang, and Naila Hazell.

Naila Hazell, Wrapped in Plastic

Cicek Gallery was founded in 2021 by Berfin Cicek, a British Kurdish artist from North London. Cicek’s mission has been to support artists through the often challenging art world, with a specific focus on working with artists of different ethnic minorities, sexual orientations, and female artists. Aside from Cicek Gallery’s regular exhibition schedule, the new fair format gives our represented artists a fresh opportunity to engage with a new collector base in North London, with all artworks priced under £2,000.

Nalia Hazell, Spike

It’s very important to us to offer a variated exhibition schedule for our artists, of which Cicek Art Fair will now feature as a major annual event. Ever since we founded this gallery, we have pushed to reach new and diverse audiences. Following our three successful exhibitions in Soho, it’s a delight to be finally
exhibiting in North London.

Artist and Cicek Gallery director Berfin Cicek
Abi Joy Samuel, Mother of God

Cicek Art Fair: 20th July – 2nd August, Unit 3, Gaunson House Markfield Road, Free entry
PV: Friday 21st July 7-11pm, cicekgallery.com



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