LONDON.- London Art Fair
is the premier UK art fair for Modern British and Contemporary art. Now in its 22nd year, it features over 100 galleries presenting the great names of 20th Century British art and exceptional contemporary work from leading figures and emerging talent.
Now in its 6th year, the Art Projects section expands into a new space with 25 projects featuring emerging artists and new work. Established as one of the most exciting sections of the Fair, Art Projects encompasses solo and curated group displays and large scale installation from an exciting forum of international galleries including Foley Gallery (New York), gallery baer (Dresden), Galerie f5,6 (Munich), Antena Estudio (Mexico City) , as well as BEAR SPACE (London), CHARLIE SMITH London, FOLD Gallery (London), Monika Bobinska (London), Rod Barton (London) and Sumarria Lunn (London).
This year the section features large scale installation, mixed media and video work, photography, limited edition prints and multiples and contemporary painting.
Galleries exhibiting in Art Projects: Antena Estudio (Mexico City), BEAR SPACE (London), CHARLIE SMITH London, FOLD Gallery (London), Foley Gallery (New York), galerie baer (Dresden), Galerie f5,6 (Munich), Golden Thread Gallery (Belfast), HF Contemporary Art (Welham Green), I-MYU Projects (London), James Hyman Gallery (London), L-13 LIW (London), Mauger Modern (Bath), Monika Bobinska (London), Open Gallery (London), ORDINARY-LIGHT Photography (London), Pavilion (Leeds), Rod Barton (London) Sarah Myerscough Fine Art (London), Sesame Gallery (London), Sumarria Lunn (London), The Catlin Guide (London), The Multiple Store (London), The Steps Gallery (London).
This year London Art Fair also welcomes 176/Zabludowicz Collection Editions,
Saatchi Gallery Bookshop, the Institute of Contemporary Arts and The Whitechapel, all selling limited edition prints and multiples.
AXA Art, the Contemporary Art Society and Own Art will be leading tours of the Fair and there is also a programme of talks and discussion with partners including The Art Fund and Apollo Magazine.
All talks, tours and discussions are FREE to attend with a Fair ticket or invitation. A limited number of places can be reserved in advance.