The first post-pandemic edition of the London Art Fair is set in April (20th-24th) rather than the usual January, the mix is as before: plenty of bad or predictable material mixed in with enough good stuff to make for an interesting visit.
The London Art Fair’s online edition runs 18th-31st Jan. As in the physical versions, the best material is fairly evenly split between 20th century British classics and contemporary work – so here are two picks from each category:
London Art Fair opens to the public today and we have chosen a few artists for you to go and check out on Level 1 of the fair.
Art Projects at London Art Fair provides a platform to showcase the freshest and newest contemporary art from across the globe
Art Projects returns to London Art Fair 2019 offering a platform for emerging galleries to showcase the freshest contemporary art from across the globe.
This weekend you should head to the London Design Centre for the London Art Fair (celebrating their 30th year) for great talks, performances and more – but don’t forget the artists below we pick six artists that show you breadth of art on show and also to take you round the whole fair – have FUN.
Turkish artist Nilbar Güres, has won the De’Longhi Art Projects Artist Award at London Art Fair 2018.
Nilbar Güre?, represented by Galerie Tanja Wagner, has won the De’Longhi Art Projects Artist Award at London Art Fair 2018.
To celebrate the beginning of the art calendar and London Art Fair being 30 years old we have got together with London Art Fair to run a competition for you to WIN a pair of fair tickets (worth £15.95 each) and a fair guide (Worth £4)
Themes such as migration, war, economic exploitation examined in Art Projects ‘Dialogues’ at London ArtFair 2017
This year Art Projects ‘Dialogues’ at London Art Fair has been curated by Miguel Amado and consists of a series of five collaborations between galleries intended to encourage new forms of presentation and foster relationships on a global scale.
Ahead of L.A.F opening next week we asked its director Sarah Monk what where the Top7 things that excited her most about the 29th edition.
ARTROOMS announced the artist list for its 2017 Edition at the Meliá White House Hotel, in Regent’s Park, comprising 70 selected Artists plus 20 Guest Artists from 35 countries across Europe, Canada, USA, South America, Far East and Israel.
Ahead of the opening of London Art Fair next Thursday we managed to get some time with Pryle Behrman curator of ‘Stranger Collaborations’
Art Projects at London Art Fair 2017: Highlights and ‘Dialogues’ collaborations announced
Over 80 Independent Artists From 33 Countries To Be Showcased at the Art Fair ArtRooms in Regent’s Park
Over 80 Independent Artists From 33 Countries To Be Showcased in London
Why do art fairs want lots of non-buyers to attend?