London Art Fair 2011




London Art Fair with over 100 galleries featuring the great names of 20th Century British art and exceptional contemporary work from leading figures and emerging talent has finished for 2011 The next fair is January 2012 dates to be announced.

London Art Fair – Exhibitor List 2011

Gallery Stand Number
Abstractcritical at Poussin 25
Adam Gallery 41
Advanced Graphics London 45
Agnew’s 27
Albemarle Gallery G18
Anthony Hepworth Fine Art Dealers Ltd 15
Art First 6
Austin/Desmond Fine Art 36
BARTHA CONTEMPORARY 3
Beardsmore Gallery 23
Beaux Arts 35
Beaux Arts Bath G19
BendInTheRiver G8
bo.lee gallery G4
Broadbent 38
Browse & Darby Ltd 20
Byard Art G14
Caroline Wiseman Modern and Contemporary 51
CCA Galleries G3
CHARLIE SMITH London 4
Connaught Brown 16
Crane Kalman Gallery Ltd 32
Cross Street Gallery G34
Cyril Gerber Fine Art G21
Danielle Arnaud 1
Dominic Guerrini G40
Duncan R Miller Fine Arts 50
England & Co 49
Envie d’Art Gallery G42
Ewan Mundy Fine Art 14
Eyestorm G10
Fairfax Gallery G27
FAS 8
FOLEY Gallery 5
Galerie Olivier Waltman G6
GalleryOne G43
GBS Fine Art Ltd 28
Gilden’s Arts Gallery G33
Glasgow Print Studio G24
Golden Thread Gallery G2
Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert 18
jaggedart G46
James Hyman Fine Art 26
James Kinmont Fine Art G35
Jealous Gallery G45
Jill George Gallery 43
Jonathan Clark Fine Art 29
Lemon Street Gallery G5
Lena Boyle Fine Art G28
Long & Ryle Gallery 39
Lucy Johnson G16
Mark Jason Gallery G12
Martin Tinney Gallery 22
MAUGER MODERN ART G39
MILLENNIUM G26
Offer Waterman & Co 21
Osborne Samuel 31
Paisnel Gallery 47
Pangolin: London & Chalford G48
Panter & Hall G23
Paul Stolper 11
Piano Nobile 19
Pieroni Contemporary Art G31
Portal Painters G15
Pratt Contemporary 37
Purdy Hicks Gallery 33
Quantum Contemporary Art G29
Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery G7
Redfern Gallery 42
Richard Green 30
Richard Saltoun 34
Robin Katz 17
Roger Billcliffe Gallery G20
Rowntree Clark G25
Sarah Myerscough Fine Art 46
Sims Reed Gallery 10
Stephanie Hoppen Gallery G9
TAG Fine Arts 40
Thackeray Gallery G17
The Art Movement G30
The Cynthia Corbett Gallery G1
The Fine Art Partnership G38
The Fine Art Society 7
The French Art Studio G37
Thomas Williams Fine Art G11
Thompson’s Gallery G22
UNION Gallery  
VEGAS 2
Whitford Fine Art 44
Wilson Stephens Fine Art 48
Wolseley Fine Arts 24
Woolff Gallery G41
Zebra Gallery G36

This years fair saw over 100 leading Modern British and contemporary art galleries brought together for the 23rd edition of the London Art Fair – the UK’s largest Modern British and
Contemporary art fair – at the Business Design Centre, Islington.
Every year, 23,000 visitors enjoy the work of over 1,000 leading artists ranging from Modern British masters to the most recent contemporary talent. Galleries are chosen by a selection
committee and include major UK art dealers such as Richard Green, FAS and Jonathan Clark Fine Art, as well as younger contemporary spaces. Established returning galleries will be
joined by newcomers to the fair; Poussin Gallery, Pratt Contemporary, Golden Thread Gallery (Belfast) and CHARLIE SMITH london.
The fair includes the highest-quality paintings, sculptures, drawings, installations, photographs, videos and editioned prints and multiples. Situated alongside the galleries in the main fair are two curated sections focusing on younger galleries, new work and contemporary photography: Art Projects and Photo50. Art Projects has now been a major part of London Art Fair for six years. Established as one of the most exciting sections of the Fair, it features solo shows, curated group displays and large-scale installations with galleries from across the world. At London Art Fair 2011 these will include Bearspace, Ordinary–Light Photography, Chisenhale/Studio Voltaire and Platform A. In its 5th year, Photo50 is a showcase for contemporary photography featuring established artists and less well known figures selected by a distinguished panel. This year’s panel includes Sebastien Montabonel, European Senior Specialist in Photographs at Phillips de Pury, and Zelda Cheatle, Curator and Director of the Tosca Fund Photography Collection. All the works shown are for sale and members of the panel will champion the artists they have nominated. A Photography Focus Day on Wednesday 18th January will feature a series of discussions and tours dedicated to contemporary photography.

You’ll also find solo shows and curated group displays in our Art Projects section, with galleries drawn from across the world, while Photo50 is a showcase for contemporary photography with 50 works selected by a distinguished panel.  

Art Projects has now been a major part of London Art Fair for six years.  In 2010 it expanded into a new space with 25 projects featuring emerging artists and new work.  Established as one of the most exciting sections of the Fair, it features solo shows, curated group displays and large-scale installations with galleries from across the world. 

Pryle Behrman has worked on Art Projects as curator since its inauguration in 2005. Behrman is an art journalist and curator who writes for several major art magazines, including Art Monthly. He is soon to be the reviews editor of Moving Image Review and Art Journal (MIRAJ), a new international journal of artists’ moving image work launching in late 2011. Behrman is also editor of Kent Arts Listings Email (KALE).

See ArtProjects Video 2010

See More Fair Details

 

List Of Galleries for Art Projects 2011

Duration 19 January 2011 - 23 January 2011
Times Tuesday 18 January - Preview Evening 6pm - 9pm Wednesday 19 January 11am - 9pm Thursday 20 January 11am - 9pm Friday 21 January 11am - 7pm
Cost £11 day pass, in advance o £15 (£10 concessions) day pass, on the door o £25 for the preview even
Venue Business Design Centre
Address 52 Upper Street London N1 0QH, ,
Contact 020 7288 6736 / / www.londonartfair.co.uk

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