London Art Fair Announces 2012 Exhibitors

First look at the London Art Fair gallery line-up 18–22 January 2012

London Art Fair, the UK’s first super fair and  the largest art fair for Modern British has  announced its line-up of over 100 galleries from the UK and beyond for 2012.  They will be complemented by the cutting edge Art Projects section which focuses on new work from younger galleries and Photo50, a showcase for contemporary photography.  
Major artists represented include Bridget Riley, Barbara Hepworth, Ben Nicholson, Patrick Heron, Damien Hirst, Keith Coventry and Marcus Harvey, as well as the most exciting new talent.  UK-based contemporary galleries include CHARLIE SMITH london, Danielle Arnaud, Other Criteria, Pertwee Anderson and Gold, Purdy Hicks, Scream, UNION Gallery and VIGO, while Modern British specialists such as Agnew’s, Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert, Offer Waterman, Osborne Samuel, Piano Nobile, Robin Katz Fine Art and The Fine Art Society and will once again prominently feature.
International galleries include Artêria (Canada), FOLEY Gallery (New York), Galerie Olivier Waltman (Paris), JECZA Gallery (Romania), whatiftheworld gallery (South Africa). Work on sale ranges from £50 to over £1 million, highlighting London Art Fair’s reputation for both quality and accessibility.
Alongside the main fair, Art Projects features emerging international contemporary artists and galleries presenting solo shows, curated group displays, editions and large-scale installations, this year including: Alma Enterprises, BEARSPACE, Edel Assanti, Hannah Barry Gallery, Hoxton Art Gallery, Limoncello Editions and THE RESIDENCE GALLERY.
Photo50 is an exhibition of contemporary photography and features fifty works – many for sale – this year curated by writer, broadcaster and photography curator Sue Steward.  Steward’s curatorial focus is on artists whose practice sees them adorn, transform and deface the print, introducing other media and employing techniques from across the history of the medium. 
An extensive programme of talks and critical debates in association with key partners, plus daily tours of the Main Fair and Art Projects, will be announced in the next few weeks. London Art Fair tickets are now on sale from at £11 (plus £1.50 booking fee) in advance, including a copy of the 2012 Fair Guide (to be collected at the Fair). Tickets on the door are £16.

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London Art Fair exhibitors 

108 Fine Art
Adam Gallery 
Advanced Graphics London 
Agnew’s Gallery 
Albemarle Gallery 
Anthony Hepworth Fine Art 
Art First 
Arteria Gallery 
Austin/Desmond Fine Art 
Beardsmore Gallery 
Beaux Arts 
Beaux Arts Bath
Bo Lee Gallery 
Browse & Darby 
Byard Art 
Caroline Wiseman 
Connaught Brown 
Crane Kalman Gallery Ltd.
Cyril Gerber 
Danielle Arnaud 
Dominic Guerrini 
Duncan R. Miller Fine Arts 
Edgar Modern 
England & Co 
Envie d’Art 
Ewan Mundy Fine Art Ltd 
Fairfax Gallery 
FAS Contemporary
FOLEY Gallery 
Four Square Fine Arts 
Galerie Olivier Waltman 
Gilden’s Arts Gallery 
Glasgow Print Studio 
Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert 
James Hyman Fine Art 
James Kinmont Fine Art 
Jealous Gallery 
Jill George Gallery 
Jonathan Clark & Co 
Lemon Street Gallery 
Lena Boyle Fine Art 
Long & Ryle Gallery 
Maddox Arts 
Mark Jason Gallery 
Martin Tinney Gallery 
Offer Waterman & Co 
Opus Art 
Osborne Samuel ltd 
Other Criteria 
Paisnel Gallery 
Pangolin: London & Chalford 
Panter & Hall 
Paul Stolper 
Pertwee, Anderson & Gold
Piano Nobile 
Pieroni Contemporary Art 
Portal Painters 
Portland Gallery 
Pratt Contemporary 
Purdy Hicks 
Quantum Contemporary Art 
Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery 
Richard Saltoun 
Robin Katz Fine Art 
Roger Billcliffe 
Rowntree Clark 
Sarah Myerscough Fine Art 
Sims Reed Gallery 
Stephanie Hoppen 
TAG Fine Arts 
Thackeray Gallery 
The Art Movement 
The Cynthia Corbett Gallery 
The Fine Art Partnership 
The Fine Art Society 
The French Art Studio 
The Multiple Store 
The Redfern Gallery 
Thompson’s Gallery 
UNION Gallery 
Whitford Fine Art 
Wilson Stephens Fine Art 
Wolseley Fine Arts 
Woolff Gallery 
 Art Projects:

 Alma Enterprises 
Artered Gallery
Axis Web 
Beers.Lambert Contemporary Art 
dalla Rosa Gallery 
Edel Assanti 
Enitharmon Editions 
Golden Thread Gallery 
Guillochon Gallery 
Hannah Barry Gallery 
Hoxton Art Gallery 
JECZA Gallery 
L-13 Light Industrial Workshop 
Limoncello Editions 
Michael Klein Arts 
Rise Art 
Saatchi Gallery 
T E N D E R P I X E L . 
The Catlin Guide 2012 
The Contemporary London 
Troika Editions 
Whitechapel Gallery

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