London Art Fair

The London Art Fair is the place to view and purchase exciting and edgy contemporary artworks. From affordable prints to museum-quality paintings by well-known artists, there is thus a diverse range of art on offer each year. The fair was started in 1989 and it has since grow to become an established show. Indeed, it today brings together 130 galleries with over 20,000 attendees. As for British Art Fair, British art makes up the majority of the work at the show, but around 25% of the pieces on offer come from international artists. Along with the main exhibition area there is Photo50 dedicated to contemporary photography and an area for large-scale projects and group work. Additionally, screening, talks and tours are also part of the annual show.

London Art Fair 2021

Location

Business Design Centre
52 Upper Street
London N1 0QH
United Kingdom

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Opening hours

January 2021: TBA

Entrance Fee

Preview: £32
General Admission: £17
Students & Seniors: £13
Children Under 14: Free

Mediums

Art Installation
Painting
Sculpture
Art Performance…

Art Periods

Contemporary

Contact

[email protected]
+44 (0) 20 7150 5956
Website

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