Some cherry picked art fairs this autumn:
6- 9 October Fulham Palace
A relative newcomer its the second Palace Art fair from the people behind Brighton Art Fair and Made craft fair. The fair shall be packed with treats from over 100 contemporary artists working in painting, metal, cermaics and more. A great chance to sneak a peek at some great artists rising in the ranks.
13-16 October Regents Park
An obvious must, the biggest in the London art calendar, known for hosting an array of galleries and some eye catching installations. Last year we really enjoyed the walking installation by Annika Ström’ entitled, Ten Embarrassed Men so we cannot wait to see what’s in store this year.
27 – 30 October 2011 Hampstead
This is the first North London Affordable Art Fair, all set to take place along side its Battersea sister in the idyllic Hampstead Heath. Expect lots of great art at even greater prices, last year we loved the @Jottadotcom curated section with some highly talented emerging artists, its a chance to pick up an art bargain!
15-16 October Mayfair
Expect a laid back but creative atmosphere with installations, performative works and screenings including a preview breakfast, panel discussions, art-making educational activities for children and more. This is a proactive art fair with an aim of being a platform for young galleries and project spaces to exhibit their artists’ work, gain exposure and ultimately facilitate discussion between artists.
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