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British Art Fair announces galleries for 2022
British Art Fair is under new ownership having been bought by the global group Ramsay Fairs from the Sandelson brothers earlier this year.



LONDON.- British Art Fair, the marketplace for Modern and Contemporary British Art, announces the galleries who are taking part in its 31st edition to be held 29 September – 2 October 2022 at London’s iconic Saatchi Gallery.

British Art Fair is under new ownership having been bought by the global group Ramsay Fairs from the Sandelson brothers earlier this year. It will open its doors again after a two year interval due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The participating galleries include the UK’s best dealers in Modern British Art such as Osborne Samuel Gallery, Piano Nobile, Jonathan Clark and many more, some of whom have been with the fair since its inception in 1988.

New this year are ten contemporary galleries who will be each be showing the work of one British artist in a second floor showcase curated by Zavier Ellis of CHARLIE SMITH. The space is titled Solo Contemporary.

There are also three special exhibitions: Paintings by the Scottish artist and writer William Johnstone OBE (1897– 1981) Principal of Central School of Arts and Crafts 1947-1960; A selection of work by Royal Scottish Academy graduates; The Ingram Collection of Modern British Art curated by its director, Jo Baring. WaterAid is the fair’s official charity for 2022 and is hosting an auction.

There are also three special exhibitions: Paintings by the Scottish artist and writer William Johnstone OBE (1897–1981) Principal of Central School of Arts and Crafts 1947-1960; A selection of work by Royal Scottish Academy graduates; The Ingram Collection of Modern British Art curated by its director, Jo Baring. WaterAid is the fair’s official charity for 2022 and is hosting an auction.

This year has also seen the launch of BLAST Magazine. Written by Art Sales Correspondent, Colin Gleadell, this bimonthly publication, published by British Art Fair, offers exclusive content on the British Art Market, sales of which have been soaring this summer. Read more at britishartfair.co.k/blast.

British Art Fair 2022 Exhibiting Galleries

• Adrian Hill, Norfolk
• Alan Wheatley Art, London
• Art First, London
• Art & Sold, Surrey
• Austin/Desmond Fine Art, London
• Barber Lopes, Norfolk / Wiltshire
• Beaux Arts Bath, Bath
• Bermondsey Project Space, London
• Blond Contemporary, London
• Broadbent, London
• Browse & Darby, London
• Candida Stevens Gallery, Chichester
• Castlegate House Gallery, Cumbria
• Charlie Smith London, London
• Christopher Kingzett Fine Art, London
• Clarendon Fine Art, London
• Cynthia Corbett Gallery, London
• David Messum, London
• Dominic Kemp Modern British Prints, London
• Duncan R. Miller Fine Arts, London
• Eames Fine Art, London
• Fine Art Consultancy, London
• Flying Colours Gallery, London
• Frederick Charles Art, Kent
• Freya Mitton, Somerset
• Guerin Projects, London
• Gwen Hughes Fine Art, London
• Harry Moore-Gwyn, London
• Haynes Fine Art, London & Cotswolds
• Hidden Gallery, London, Brighton, Bristol & Bath
• HM Electric, London
• James Hyman Gallery, London
• Jealous, London
• Jenna Burlingham Fine Art, Hampshire
• Jill George Gallery, London
• Jonathan Clark Fine Art, London
• Jonathan Cooper, London
• Julian Page, London
• K Contemporary, London
• Kaye Michie, Richmond
• Kynance Fine Art, London
• Long & Ryle, London
• The Nine British Art, London
• No 20 Arts, London
• Open Eye, Liverpool
• Oriel Fine Art, Cambridge
• Osborne Samuel, London
• Panter & Hall, London
• Patrick Bourne & Co, London
• Paul Stolper, London
• Piano Nobile, London
• Portal Painters, London
• Portland Gallery, London
• The Redfern Gallery, London
• Robert Sandelson, Norfolk
• Rowntree Clark, London
• Sally Hunter Fine Art, London
• Simon Hilton Fine Art, Cambridge
• The Stratford Gallery, Worcestershire
• Tanya Baxter Contemporary, London, Hong Kong
• Union Gallery, London
• Willoughby Gerrish, London and Yorkshire










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