London Art Fair 2016

Imy Clarke - On behalf of Alchemy Recruitment, January 4, 2016

The London Art Fair is back in its 28th Edition from the 20th-24th January 2016. Held at the Business Design Centre in London, the fair launches the art world year in an environment to bring together collectors at all levels.

This year, in addition to the main fair which presents museum quality Modern British art in conjunction with contemporary work from today’s leading artists, there are two curated sections: Art Projects and Photo50. These section focus on both younger galleries and new work with contemporary photography.

For the London Art Fair 2016, speakers include curators Hannah Pierce and Pryle Behrman, art critics and experts Jean Wainwright and Frances Spalding, artists and designers Marcus Harvey and Colden Dryston and gallerists and collectors Gordon Samuel and Guy Roberston, as well as many others.

Throughout the five days, there are a number of talks, tours and performances that look at everything from women in photography to migration in modern Britain. Particular highlights of the London Art Fair include highlight tours on various topics from Sotheby’s Institute of Art and a masterclass in displaying art in the home from John Jones. Advance booking for these talks and tours are strongly recommended due to a limited capacity. Unless otherwise stated, they are all free to attend accompanied by a valid Fair ticket.

Tickets for the London Art Fair range from £15-£40 depending on whether the ticket is purchased for a single day or the entire fair and whether it is booked in advance or bought onsite. Students and senior citizens are eligible for concessions and children under 12 can enter for free.

The London Art Fair 2016 is set to be an event not to be missed in the art world. With exceptional talks and tours from industry experts and the finest collectors in British art, there should be something for all modern art lovers.

For more information and tickets, please go to http://www.londonartfair.co.uk/welcome

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