FLUX Exhibition

FLUX Exhibition promotes over 100 up-and-coming contemporary artists. It has thus become a thrilling art fair where emerging artists are introduced to the art world. Indeed, a diverse group of highly talented contemporary painters, sculptures and ceramists can be discovered at the fair. These innovative artists are at the beginning of their career and so offers collectors the chance to pick up pieces as investments. The curators at FLUX Exhibition truly has an open and unbiased approach to contemporary art. As a result, collectors, curators and art lovers gather to discover the unexpected. Additionnally, there are an exciting programme of art performances, music and installations alongside the exhibition itself. FLUX takes place every year in London in the busy month of March, at the same time for instance as Talented Art Fair, Affordable Battersea or The Other Art Fair.

FLUX Exhibition 2020

Location

The National Army Museum
Royal Hospital Road
Chelsea, London SW3 4HT
United Kingdom

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Opening hours

March 2020: TBA

Entrance Fee

General Admission: TBA

Mediums

Painting
Sculpture
Drawing…

Art Periods

Contemporary

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