22. - 26. January 2020 London

London Art Fair

Clive Head, Cygnes Gris, 2016, Oil on Canvas, Courtesy of Waterhouse & Dodd.
Aly Helyer, Untitled, 2019, Gouche on paper, Courtesy of Sim Smith
Marlene Steyn, Below, A head for tear-fish, 2018, 51 x 40 cm. Courtesy of Lychee One
Vanessa Jackson, Tilt II, 2018. Screenprint. Courtesy of Advanced Graphics London

London Art Fair returns from 22-26 January 2020, bringing museum-quality modern and contemporary art to the capital. The Fair connects the best galleries from around the world with seasoned and aspiring collectors looking to acquire exceptional works, from both internationally renowned artists and emerging artists breaking new ground. The Fair also provides expert insight into the contemporary art market through its talks, tours, screening programme and critically-acclaimed curated sections, including Art Projects, Photo50 and Dialogues. London Art Fair continues to champion regional collections through its annual museum partnership, which this year invites Southampton City Art Gallery to showcase their outstanding modern British and contemporary art. Last year London Art Fair launched Platform, a new section focusing on a single theme or discipline. For 2020 it will capture the breadth of different artists working in textiles and the growing appreciation of the medium as a beautiful and collectible art form.

 

Over 100 galleries from around the world are participating in London Art Fair 2020, with new international exhibitors including Art Blue Studio (Singapore), Art Mûr (Canada), Cork Printmakers (Ireland), DAM Gallery (Germany), Kevin Kavanagh (Ireland), Gallery KITAI (Japan), Tamar Dresdner Art Projects (Israel) and Versus Art Project (Turkey).

London Art Fair’s specialism in Modern British art continues to be strongly represented and received through the participation of some of the UK’s leading galleries in the field.

 

Art Projects

Now in its 16th edition, Art Projects is a showcase of the freshest contemporary art from across the globe. Dedicated to cultivating a community of emerging international galleries, the selection has established itself as an important international platform for new galleries to showcase the most stimulating contemporary practice, and continues to garner widespread critical acclaim. Art Projects also hosts the Screening Room, an accompanying program of collaborative film and new media initiatives, curated by Pryle Behrman.

 

Dialogues

Dialogues is a guest-curated themed presentation situated within Art Projects on Gallery level 1 of the Fair, inviting paired international contemporary galleries to create inventive collaborations and exhibit work in conversation. Alistair Hicks is the Dialogues curator for 2020.

 

Photo50

Photo50 is the Fair’s annual guest-curated exhibition, providing a critical forum for examining some of the most distinctive elements of current photographic practice. The latest edition of Photo50, Occupy the Void, curated by writer, collector and gallerist Laura Noble, explores the vast pool of talented living female photographers aged over 50 and the cultural ‘space’ that they inhabit. Through the work of ten contemporary female artists, the exhibition interrogates the physical, psychological and ephemeral nature of space and our experience of existing within it, both during our lives and after death.

 

London Art Fair

22 - 26 January 2020

Business Design Centre, 52 Upper Street, Islington, London N1 0QH

 

 

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