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Art Gallery: London Art Fair 2012

Art Gallery: London Art Fair 2012

Previewing a tantalising showcase on a huge variety of British art

'Untitled (Boarding School Series)', 2011, by Rachel Louise Brown

Featuring over 100 galleries specialising in modern and contemporary British art, the London Art Fair is a January highlight for those who prefer a more relaxed atmosphere to that offered by the international VIP frenzy of Frieze. From the great names of the 20th century to leading contemporary artists and emerging talent, the fair offers a tantalising showcase on a huge variety of British art.

It’s ideal for both buyer and browser. In addition to the main fair, you’ll find solo shows and curated group displays in the Art Projects section, while Photo50 is an exciting display of contemporary photography curated by critic Sue Steward and featuring 50 works, most of which are for sale.

Featuring digital as well as analogue photography it offers a rich spectrum of photography today. And don't forget the lively programme of talks and events, including a discussion focusing on meaning and transgression in contemporary art. Unmissable.

 

 

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