The 20/21 British Art Fair which specialises exclusively in Modern and Post War British art returns in a new venue after its former location was suddenly unavailable in 2016.
After some 25 years at the Royal College of Art, it is moving to Mall Galleries in central London close to the art market hub of St. James’s. The 28th staging will take place between 13th – 17th September.
The fair is supported by 34 of the UK’s leading art dealers, some of whom have exhibited at the fair since its inception in 1988, which clearly demonstrates the remarkable loyalty which underpins this event. Its great strength lies in the excellence and variety of Modern (1900-1945) and Post-War art (1945-1970). However, work from 1970 to the present day will also be on show.
Most of the great names of 20th century British art will be represented: Bomberg, Freud, Frink, Frost, Hepworth, Hockney, Lowry, Moore, Nash, Piper, Riley, Spencer and Sutherland to name a few. Much of the work is privately sourced and fresh to the market and dealers keep work back for the fair. The result is a niche event showcasing paintings, prints, drawings and sculpture of the highest quality.
|Duration||13 September 2017 - 17 September 2017|
|Times||Wed 3–9pm; Thurs 11am–8pm Fri/Sat 11am–7pm; Sun 11am–6pm|
|Cost||Tickets £10. Concessions £6|
|Address||The Mall, London, SW1Y 5BD|
|Contact||020 7930 6844 / email@example.com / www.mallgalleries.org.uk|