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London Art Fair - 19-23 January 2022

London Art Fair 2020-  Mark Cocksedge 3  

London Art Fair returns to the UK capital from 19-23 January 2022 (VIP Preview 18th January) to launch the next international art calendar. Tickets will be available from 30th September 2021.

The Fair connects both seasoned and aspiring collectors with the best galleries from around the world, providing them with a unique opportunity to discover outstanding modern and contemporary art, from prints and editions to major works by internationally renowned artists from the 20th century to today.

London Art Fair 2020 Mark Cocksedge 1

In addition to over 100 exhibiting galleries, the Fair returns with a number of highly regarded curated spaces:

  • Platform: Each year the Fair’s curated section Platform, features invited galleries presenting well-known, overlooked and emerging artists whose work aligns to a single distinct theme. Curated by Candida Stevens, for 2022 Platform will explore the theme of Music and its part in contemporary visual art. Visual art and music share common cultural influences, including societal, political and technological. With contemporary craft and contemporary art increasingly occupying a shared space in both exhibitions and collections, Platform will look at the range of music inspired by visual art being made today.

Athena Anastasiou, Our Escape, 2021, Oil on canvas with acrylic wool, 100x67 inches, Thompsons Gallery Thompsons Gallery - Athena Anastasiou, Our Escape, 2021, Oil on canvas with acrylic wool, 100x67 inches.

  • Photo 50: Photo50, the Fair’s annual exhibition of contemporary photography, will be curated by art historian and curator Rodrigo Orrantia. No Place is an Island presents a selection of works by British and UK-based artists, interested in questioning the idea of an island and the associated concepts of isolation and isolationism. Echoing John Donne’s celebrated No Man is an Island, this exhibition examines what it means to be an island in the contemporary moment. As we slowly emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic to a post-Brexit Britain, the topical issues of our day (climate emergency, mass migration, travel and movement restrictions) confront us with the reality of an interconnected world.

Pablo Picasso, Modern Style Bust, 1948, Original Hand Signed and Numbered Lithograph on Arches Wove Paper, 65-5 x 50 cm Courtesy of Gildens Art Gallery Pablo Picasso, Modern Style Bust, 1948, Original Hand Signed and Numbered Lithograph on Arches Wove Paper, 65.5 x 50 cm Courtesy of Gildens Art Gallery

  • Art Projects: Art Projects returns for its 18th edition at the Fair to showcase the freshest contemporary art from across the globe. Pryle Behrman, art critic and member of the Art Projects Selection Committee, will once again return for 2022 to introduce this section, and as curator of The Screening Room, which is hosted as part of Art Projects as an accompanying programme of collaborative video and new media initiatives.

Paul Mount, GINGLYMUS, 1984- Stainless steel on slate base-  37 x 37 x 37cm- Courtesy of Architectural Heritage  

Paul Mount, GINGLYMUS, 1984. Stainless steel on slate base. 37 x 37 x 37cm. Courtesy of Architectural Heritage.

 

For more information visit London Art Fair



ANF News

London Art Fair - 19-23 January 2022

London Art Fair 2020-  Mark Cocksedge 3  

London Art Fair returns to the UK capital from 19-23 January 2022 (VIP Preview 18th January) to launch the next international art calendar. Tickets will be available from 30th September 2021.

The Fair connects both seasoned and aspiring collectors with the best galleries from around the world, providing them with a unique opportunity to discover outstanding modern and contemporary art, from prints and editions to major works by internationally renowned artists from the 20th century to today.

London Art Fair 2020 Mark Cocksedge 1

In addition to over 100 exhibiting galleries, the Fair returns with a number of highly regarded curated spaces:

  • Platform: Each year the Fair’s curated section Platform, features invited galleries presenting well-known, overlooked and emerging artists whose work aligns to a single distinct theme. Curated by Candida Stevens, for 2022 Platform will explore the theme of Music and its part in contemporary visual art. Visual art and music share common cultural influences, including societal, political and technological. With contemporary craft and contemporary art increasingly occupying a shared space in both exhibitions and collections, Platform will look at the range of music inspired by visual art being made today.

Athena Anastasiou, Our Escape, 2021, Oil on canvas with acrylic wool, 100x67 inches, Thompsons Gallery Thompsons Gallery - Athena Anastasiou, Our Escape, 2021, Oil on canvas with acrylic wool, 100x67 inches.

  • Photo 50: Photo50, the Fair’s annual exhibition of contemporary photography, will be curated by art historian and curator Rodrigo Orrantia. No Place is an Island presents a selection of works by British and UK-based artists, interested in questioning the idea of an island and the associated concepts of isolation and isolationism. Echoing John Donne’s celebrated No Man is an Island, this exhibition examines what it means to be an island in the contemporary moment. As we slowly emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic to a post-Brexit Britain, the topical issues of our day (climate emergency, mass migration, travel and movement restrictions) confront us with the reality of an interconnected world.

Pablo Picasso, Modern Style Bust, 1948, Original Hand Signed and Numbered Lithograph on Arches Wove Paper, 65-5 x 50 cm Courtesy of Gildens Art Gallery Pablo Picasso, Modern Style Bust, 1948, Original Hand Signed and Numbered Lithograph on Arches Wove Paper, 65.5 x 50 cm Courtesy of Gildens Art Gallery

  • Art Projects: Art Projects returns for its 18th edition at the Fair to showcase the freshest contemporary art from across the globe. Pryle Behrman, art critic and member of the Art Projects Selection Committee, will once again return for 2022 to introduce this section, and as curator of The Screening Room, which is hosted as part of Art Projects as an accompanying programme of collaborative video and new media initiatives.

Paul Mount, GINGLYMUS, 1984- Stainless steel on slate base-  37 x 37 x 37cm- Courtesy of Architectural Heritage  

Paul Mount, GINGLYMUS, 1984. Stainless steel on slate base. 37 x 37 x 37cm. Courtesy of Architectural Heritage.

 

For more information visit London Art Fair