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Art15
BADA Antiques & Fine Art Fair
The London Original Print Fair
20/21 International Art Fair
Masterpiece London
Frieze Art Fair
Frieze Masters
Art15
Pick Me Up
20/21 British Art Fair - Grayson Perry, 'Hold your Beliefs Lightly'
Pick Me Up
20/21 International Art Fair
London Art Fair
London Art Fair
Works On Paper Fair
Affordable Art Fair Battersea
Chelsea Art Fair
The Other Art Fair
 

 

London is home to 22 specialist art fairs which showcase a huge variety of works, including museum quality pieces, and attract thousands of international art buyers to the city.

 
 

London Art Fair

21st to 25th January 2015 | Business Design Centre

London Art Fair Now in its 27th year, the London Art Fair at the Business Design Centre shows no signs of losing its cutting edge. There are two shows within the show: 'Art Projects' where Anna Colin curates 'Dialogues', showcasing contemporary art from across the globe; and 'Photo50', where Sheyi Bankale curates 50 contemporary photographs. At the front is 'The Figure in Modern British Art', an exhibition of paintings and drawings by some of the leading British figurative painters of the 20th century including Walter Sickert, David Bomberg, Lucian Freud, William Coldstream and Frank Auerbach, presented by Simon Martin, Artistic Director of Pallant House Gallery. 2015-01-212015-01-25 Where:
Business Design Centre, 52 Upper Street London, N1 0QH
Category: Exhibitions

Business Design Centre, 52 Upper Street, Islington, London, N1 0QH

Tube: Angel Station

 

Dates: 21st - 25th January 2015

 

Now in its 27th year, the London Art Fair at the Business Design Centre shows no signs of losing its cutting edge. There are two shows within the show: 'Art Projects' where Anna Colin curates 'Dialogues', showcasing contemporary art from across the globe; and 'Photo50', where Sheyi Bankale curates 50 contemporary photographs. At the front is 'The Figure in Modern British Art', an exhibition of paintings and drawings by some of the leading British figurative painters of the 20th century including Walter Sickert, David Bomberg, Lucian Freud, William Coldstream and Frank Auerbach, presented by Simon Martin, Artistic Director of Pallant House Gallery.

 
 
 

Works on Paper Fair

5th to 8th February 2015 | Science Museum

Works on Paper Fair Watercolours, drawings and prints, photographs and posters, all types of Works on Paper are presented at this annual fair. Pictures drawn by hand, in ink, pencil, crayon, chalk, pastel, gouache or charcoal can be seen on the first floor of the Science Museum. Ranging in price from the affordable (at £500 and less), to the majority on offer from £750 to £7,500, and plenty above £10,000, works include early, modern and contemporary art as well as museum quality pieces. London artist Alice Shirley is this year's artist in residence at the fair and there are twice daily printmaking workshops where participants are shown how to produce their own prints. 2015-02-052015-02-08 Where:
Science Museum, Exhibition Road London, SW7 2DD
Category: Exhibitions

Science Museum, Exhibition Road, London, SW7 2DD

Tube: South Kensington Station

 

Dates: 05th - 08th February 2015

 

Watercolours, drawings and prints, photographs and posters, all types of Works on Paper are presented at this annual fair. Pictures drawn by hand, in ink, pencil, crayon, chalk, pastel, gouache or charcoal can be seen on the first floor of the Science Museum. Ranging in price from the affordable (at 500 and less), to the majority on offer from 750 to 7,500, and plenty above 10,000, works include early, modern and contemporary art as well as museum quality pieces. London artist Alice Shirley is this year's artist in residence at the fair and there are twice daily printmaking workshops where participants are shown how to produce their own prints.

 
 
 

Affordable Art Fair Battersea

12th to 15th March 2015 | Battersea Park

Affordable Art Fair Battersea Affordable Art Fair Battersea Over 100 galleries exhibit a huge array of affordable contemporary art in Battersea Park for the Affordable Art Fair which has become a well-loved institution on London's art scene. It's an event that strips away the pretension of the art world and gives buyers a chance to pick up some really great work at fair prices, ranging from £100 to £5,000. A fun, family day out, it's accessible to connoisseurs and the merely curious. There's a free creche, artist-led workshops, informal talks and tours, and a specialist exhibition showcasing work by new artists. The Battersea Park art fair, which attracts 20,000 people to each London event, has been such a success that further fairs have sprung up in Stockholm, NYC, Rome, Seattle and Singapore. 2015-03-122015-03-15 Where:
Battersea Evolution, Battersea Park, Battersea Park London, SW11 4NJ
Category: Exhibitions

Battersea Evolution, Battersea Park, Battersea Park, Battersea, London, SW11 4NJ

Tube: Sloane Square Station

 

Dates: 12th - 15th March 2015

 

Over 100 galleries exhibit a huge array of affordable contemporary art in Battersea Park for the Affordable Art Fair which has become a well-loved institution on London's art scene. It's an event that strips away the pretension of the art world and gives buyers a chance to pick up some really great work at fair prices, ranging from 40 to 4,000. A fun, family day out, it's accessible to connoisseurs and the merely curious. There's a free creche, artist-led workshops, informal talks and tours, and a specialist exhibition showcasing work by new artists. The Battersea Park art fair, which attracts 20,000 people to each London event, has been such a success that further fairs have sprung up in Stockholm, NYC, Rome, Seattle and Singapore.

 
 
 

BADA Antiques & Fine Art Fair 2015

18th to 24th March 2015 | Duke of York Square

BADA Antiques & Fine Art Fair 2015 With a new chairman at the helm the BADA Antiques & Fine Art Fair returns to Chelsea in March giving art fans a rare opportunity to peruse and purchase pieces from specialist dealers. The appointment of Richard Coles reflects the fair's move towards modern art, cross-collecting and interior design. Paintings, jewellery, ceramics, textiles, and fine furnishings are all displayed in a specially designed pavilion on the Duke of York Square, in the heart of affluent Chelsea, an area well suited to the high calibre of the art - all exhibitors must be members of the prestigious British Antique Dealers' Association. 2015-03-182015-03-24 Where:
Duke of York Square, Duke of York Square London, SW3 4LY
Category: Exhibitions

Duke of York Square, Duke of York Square, London, SW3 4LY

Tube: Sloane Square Station

 

Dates: 18th - 24th March 2015

 

With a new chairman at the helm the BADA Antiques & Fine Art Fair returns to Chelsea in March giving art fans a rare opportunity to peruse and purchase pieces from specialist dealers. The appointment of Richard Coles reflects the fair's move towards modern art, cross-collecting and interior design. Paintings, jewellery, ceramics, textiles, and fine furnishings are all displayed in a specially designed pavilion on the Duke of York Square, in the heart of affluent Chelsea, an area well suited to the high calibre of the art - all exhibitors must be members of the prestigious British Antique Dealers' Association.

 
 
 

Chelsea Art Fair

16th to 19th April 2015 | Chelsea Old Town Hall

Chelsea Art Fair Chelsea Art Fair The Chelsea Art Fair has been bringing quality contemporary and 20th-century art to London's Chelsea Old Town Hall for close to 20 years. Now with a younger, fresher feel to the format with new layouts, organisers, selection committee, and marketing teams introduced two years ago, the 2015 fair promises to build on that progress with many of the galleries returning this year. For four days visitors can expect a selection of galleries offering paintings, prints, drawings, sculptures and ceramics to peruse and purchase. Prices usually range from £500 to £20,000 and are independently vetted so you can be sure you're paying the approximate market value. The Chelsea Old Town Hall is a pleasant venue in which to admire works of art and is very welcoming to casual browsers and amateur art buyers. The nearest station is South Kensington Tube, and there are plenty of great hotels near Chelsea Old Town Hall. 2015-04-162015-04-19 Where:
Chelsea Old Town Hall, Kings Road London, SW3 5EE
Category: Exhibitions

Chelsea Old Town Hall, Kings Road, Chelsea, London, SW3 5EE

Tube: South Kensington Station

 

Dates: 16th, 17th, 18th and 19th Apr 2015

 

The Chelsea Art Fair has been bringing quality contemporary and 20th-century art to London's Chelsea Old Town Hall for close to 20 years. Now with a younger, fresher feel to the format with new layouts, organisers, selection committee, and marketing teams introduced two years ago, the 2015 fair promises to build on that progress with many of the galleries returning this year. For four days visitors can expect a selection of galleries offering paintings, prints, drawings, sculptures and ceramics to peruse and purchase. Prices usually range from 500 to 20,000 and are independently vetted so you can be sure you're paying the approximate market value. The Chelsea Old Town Hall is a pleasant venue in which to admire works of art and is very welcoming to casual browsers and amateur art buyers. The nearest station is South Kensington Tube, and there are plenty of great hotels near Chelsea Old Town Hall.

 
 
 

Ceramic Art London

17th to 19th April 2015 | Royal College of Art, Kensington

Ceramic Art London Held annually at the Royal College of Art, Ceramic Art London, now in its eleventh year, is one of the leading international fairs for contemporary ceramics, with over 75 ceramic artists displaying their work. Held in the Henry Moore and Gulbenkian Galleries, all works at the three-day exhibition are for sale, offering collectors an opportunity to see the latest works and buy directly from the maker. For gallery owners and collectors it's an opportunity to snap up new talent, and for enthusiasts and visitors it gives an insight into this niche art form. For those who want to learn more, there's a free programme of demonstrations, talks and discussions while an exhibition by RCA Ceramics students shows the future of studio ceramics. 2015-04-172015-04-19 Where:
Royal College of Art, Kensington Gore London, SW7 2EU
Category: Exhibitions

Royal College of Art, Kensington Gore, South Kensington, London, SW7 2EU

Tube: Gloucester Road Station

 

Dates: 17th, 18th and 19th April 2015

 

Held annually at the Royal College of Art, Ceramic Art London, now in its eleventh year, is one of the leading international fairs for contemporary ceramics, with over 75 ceramic artists displaying their work. Held in the Henry Moore and Gulbenkian Galleries, all works at the three-day exhibition are for sale, offering collectors an opportunity to see the latest works and buy directly from the maker. For gallery owners and collectors it's an opportunity to snap up new talent, and for enthusiasts and visitors it gives an insight into this niche art form. For those who want to learn more, there's a free programme of demonstrations, talks and discussions while an exhibition by RCA Ceramics students shows the future of studio ceramics.

 
 
 

The Other Art Fair

23rd to 26th April 2015 | Victoria House

The Other Art Fair For the eighth edition of The Other Art Fair the fair moves to a larger space in the magnificent Victoria House in the heart of Bloomsbury. A chance to see 130 emerging artists, hand-picked by selection committee, and snap up some original art from some of London's most promising emerging artists, the artist-led fair is fun to visit, even if you're not buying. As well as art, live performances and curated walks, there are interactive art sessions for children, a mentor programme and pop up food stalls. 2015-04-232015-04-26 Where:
Victoria House, Bloomsbury Square London, WC1B 4DA
Category: Exhibitions

Victoria House, Bloomsbury Square, Marylebone, London, WC1B 4DA

Tube: Holborn Station, Russell Square Station

 

Dates: 23rd, 24th, 25th and 26th Apr 2015

 

For the eighth edition of The Other Art Fair the fair moves to a larger space in the magnificent Victoria House in the heart of Bloomsbury. A chance to see 130 emerging artists, hand-picked by selection committee, and snap up some original art from some of London's most promising emerging artists, the artist-led fair is fun to visit, even if you're not buying. As well as art, live performances and curated walks, there are interactive art sessions for children, a mentor programme and pop up food stalls.

 
 
 

The London Original Print Fair

23rd to 26th April 2015 | Royal Academy of Arts

The London Original Print Fair The London Original Print Fair, the world's longest running specialist fair dedicated to prints, celebrates its 30th anniversary in 2015 with a programme which includes a lecture by Bob and Roberta Smith RA and live screenprinting with Gavin Turk. Offering the chance to see 48 specialist dealers from around the world displaying their etchings, engravings, linocuts and lithographs in the grand setting of the Royal Academy of Arts, the fair covers all periods of printmaking from the early woodcuts of Durer and his contemporaries through 18th and 19th century painters (Hogarth, Goya, Sickert) to top names from the contemporary scene such as Royal Academicians Gary Hume, Grayson Perry and Tracey Emin. Prices start from £100 and rise to £1,000,000 for an Old Master print by Rembrandt or Durer. If you're planning on visiting the Fair from outside of London, have a look at our hotel deals near the Royal Academy of Arts for all your accommodation needs. 2015-04-232015-04-26 Where:
Royal Academy of Arts, Burlington House London, W1J 0BD
Category: Exhibitions

Royal Academy of Arts, Burlington House, Mayfair, London, W1J 0BD

Tube: Green Park Station, Piccadilly Circus Station

 

Dates: 23rd, 24th, 25th and 26th Apr 2015

 

The London Original Print Fair, the world's longest running specialist fair dedicated to prints, celebrates its 30th anniversary in 2015 with a programme of events including a curated loan exhibition from a prestigious collection. Offering the chance to see 50 specialist dealers from around the world displaying their etchings, engravings, linocuts and lithographs in the grand setting of the Royal Academy of Arts, the fair covers all periods of printmaking from the early woodcuts of Durer and his contemporaries through 18th and 19th century painters (Hogarth, Goya, Sickert) to top names from the contemporary scene such as Royal Academicians Gary Hume, Grayson Perry and Tracey Emin. Prices start from 100 and rise to 1,000,000 for an Old Master print by Rembrandt or Durer.

 
 
 

Pick Me Up

April 2015 - exact dates to be confirmed | Somerset House

Pick Me Up Returning to the spectacular Somerset House for its 6th year in April 2015, graphic art festival Pick Me Up asks artists to 'Tell Your Story' for this year's fair. Responses to this - visual or conceptual - are presented through all the graphic arts in a diverse range of media. At the heart of the 12-day festival in 2015 is Pick Me Up Platform, a programme of debates, demonstrations and discussions on current trends and issues facing graphic art communities. A particular highlight for 2015 will be the UK premiere of Made You Look, a thought-provoking documentary on some of the UK's top creative talent. The fair also showcases affordable artwork and limited-edition prints from as little as £10, and there's a lively series of events and activities including creative workshops, late-night art and music mash-ups, quirky family-fun events and interactive shopping spaces. 2015-04-232015-05-04 Where:
Somerset House, Strand London, WC2R 1LA
Category: Exhibitions

Somerset House, Strand, Covent Garden, London, WC2R 1LA

Tube: Temple Station

 

Dates: 23rd April to 4th May 2015

 

Returning for its 6th year in April 2015 (exact dates to be announced), graphic art festival Pick Me Up asks artists to 'Tell Your Story' for this year's fair. Responses to this - visual or conceptual - are presented through all the graphic arts in a diverse range of media. Bringing together exciting international talents, the 12-day Pick Me Up art fair is a graphic art extravaganza and an excellent opportunity to discover the latest talents in the graphic art scene. The spectacular Somerset House is once again host for this annual celebration of contemporary graphic art, design and illustration, first launched in April 2010. As well as the affordable artwork and limited-edition prints on sale from as little as 10, there's a lively series of events and activities including creative workshops, late-night art and music mash-ups, quirky family-fun events and interactive shopping spaces.

 
 
 

20/21 International Art Fair

14th to 17th May 2015 | Royal College of Art, Kensington

20/21 International Art Fair This is the ninth year this major commercial art fair specialising in art from the 20th and 21st centuries comes to the Royal College of Art in Kensington Gore. The 20/21 International Art Fair - run by the same organisers as the 20/21 British Art Fair, held here in September - offers a similar focus on affordable art by big names but on an international scale. Modern and contemporary art comes from China, Japan, Russia, Australia, the Ukraine, Poland, France and Ireland as well as Britain. There are loads pieces on sale from high calibre artists like Modigliani, Matisse, Chagall, David Hockney, Bridget Riley, and Damien Hirst. The emphasis is on painting and sculpture rather than the wild fringes of conceptualism, and there should be some lovely work on display from some of the brightest talents of the last hundred years. 2015-05-142015-05-17 Where:
Royal College of Art, Kensington Gore London, SW7 2EU
Category: Exhibitions

Royal College of Art, Kensington Gore, South Kensington, London, SW7 2EU

Tube: Gloucester Road Station

 

Dates: 14th, 15th, 16th and 17th May 2015

 

This is the ninth year this major commercial art fair specialising in art from the 20th and 21st centuries comes to the Royal College of Art in Kensington Gore. The 20/21 International Art Fair - run by the same organisers as the 20/21 British Art Fair, held here in September - offers a similar focus on affordable art by big names but on an international scale. Modern and contemporary art comes from China, Japan, Russia, Australia, the Ukraine, Poland, France and Ireland as well as Britain. There are loads pieces on sale from high calibre artists like Modigliani, Matisse, Chagall, David Hockney, Bridget Riley, and Damien Hirst. The emphasis is on painting and sculpture rather than the wild fringes of conceptualism, and there should be some lovely work on display from some of the brightest talents of the last hundred years.

 
 
 

Art15

21st, 22nd and 23rd May 2015 | Olympia

Art15 For the third edition of Art15 the global art fair at Olympia gets a new director. Kate Bryan, previously Director of Contemporary Art at The Fine Art Society, London's oldest dealership based on New Bond Street, steps into the shoes of Stephanie Dieckvoss as the fair's director. But the fair continues as it set out, as a showcase for art's emerging markets with contemporary works in a variety of media by international artists including Yinka Shonibare, Ai WeiWei, Leah Capaldi, Lothar Gotz and Liliane Lijn. Expect around 180 galleries represented from as many as 38 different countries at a fair "designed to appeal to the collector who wants to add something new and different and a little high-risk to his or her portfolio" (Wallpaper). 2015-05-212015-05-23 Where:
Olympia London, Hammersmith Road London, W14 8UX
Category: Exhibitions

Olympia London, Hammersmith Road, London, W14 8UX

Tube: Kensington (Olympia) Station

 

Dates: 21st, 22nd and 23rd May 2015

 

For the third edition of Art15 the global art fair at Olympia gets a new director. Kate Bryan, previously Director of Contemporary Art at The Fine Art Society, London's oldest dealership based on New Bond Street, steps into the shoes of Stephanie Dieckvoss as the fair's director. But the fair continues as it set out, as a showcase for art's emerging markets with contemporary works in a variety of media by international artists including Yinka Shonibare, Ai WeiWei, Leah Capaldi, Lothar Gotz and Liliane Lijn. Expect around 180 galleries represented from as many as 38 different countries at a fair "designed to appeal to the collector who wants to add something new and different and a little high-risk to his or her portfolio" (Wallpaper).

 
 
 

Affordable Art Fair Hampstead

11th to 14th June 2014 | Hampstead Heath

Affordable Art Fair Hampstead The second Affordable Art Fair of the year in Hampstead is the little sister of the Battersea Park original, which takes place earlier in the year in March. Held in a marquee on the Lower Fairground Site on Hampstead Heath over a June weekend, there are over 100 galleries under one roof, exhibiting paintings, original prints, sculpture, etchings and photography from both established names and emerging talents - all priced from £40 to £4,000. It's the fifth consecutive year the Affordable Art Fair has come to Hampstead in its 12-year history, attracting around 20,000 people for what should be a perfect summer's day out in north London. 2015-06-112015-06-14 Where:
Lower Fairground Site, East Heath Road London, NW3 1TH
Category: Exhibitions

Lower Fairground Site, East Heath Road, London, NW3 1TH

Tube: Hampstead Station

 

Dates: 11th, 12th, 13th and 14th Jun 2015

 

The second Affordable Art Fair of the year in Hampstead is the little sister of the Battersea Park original, which takes place earlier in the year in March. Held in a marquee on the Lower Fairground Site on Hampstead Heath over a June weekend, there are over 100 galleries under one roof, exhibiting paintings, original prints, sculpture, etchings and photography from both established names and emerging talents - all priced from 40 to 4,000. It's the fifth consecutive year the Affordable Art Fair has come to Hampstead in its 12-year history, attracting around 20,000 people for what should be a perfect summer's day out in north London.

 
 
 

Olympia International Art & Antiques Fair

18th to 28th June 2015 | Olympia

Olympia International Art & Antiques Fair In 2015, the Olympia International Art & Antiques Fair moves its dates from the beginning to the end of June, running from 18th until 28th June to coincide with Masterpiece London and the major summer Impressionist and modern art auctions. A fixture in the London arts calendar since 1972 the fair, which comes to Olympia every June and November, features more than 150 dealers from Britain and abroad showcase their collections of antiques, jewellery, paintings, ceramics and contemporary designs. The fair typically attracts over 30,000 people and includes items as varied as Pre-Raphaelite paintings, contemporary art and furniture which can fetch up to £20,000. Among the highest prices achieved in recent years was a toilet service set which sold for a staggering £1.5 million. The exhibition will take place at London's Olympia. If you're looking for accommodation near Olympia, be sure to check out our London Hotels page. 2015-06-182015-06-28 Where:
Olympia London, Hammersmith Road London, W14 8UX
Category: Exhibitions

Olympia London, Hammersmith Road, Kensington, London, W14 8UX

Tube: Kensington (Olympia) Station

 

Dates: 18th to 28th June 2015

 

In 2015, the Olympia International Art & Antiques Fair moves its dates from the beginning to the end of June, running from 18th until 28th June to coincide with Masterpiece London and the major summer Impressionist and modern art auctions. A fixture in the London arts calendar since 1972 the fair, which comes to Olympia every June and November, features more than 150 dealers from Britain and abroad showcase their collections of antiques, jewellery, paintings, ceramics and contemporary designs. The fair typically attracts over 30,000 people and includes items as varied as Pre-Raphaelite paintings, contemporary art and furniture which can fetch up to 20,000. Among the highest prices achieved in recent years was a toilet service set which sold for a staggering 1.5 million.

 
 
 

Masterpiece London

25th June to 1st July 2015 | Royal Hospital Chelsea

Masterpiece London 2015 Dedicated to finding the best in art and design, Masterpiece London, held on the South Grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea, is a high-end exhibition for serious art collectors. Among the 35,000 visitors to the fair last year, the highest number to date, was one Tom Ford, and an estimated £100 million of art, antiques, design and jewellery was sold. This year, in its sixth successive year, Masterpiece London returns with museum-quality works from over 150 leading galleries worldwide. As well as presenting important historic paintings, exquisite jewels, Renaissance sculpture and pieces suitable for museum collections, there are free-to-attend talks giving visitors an opportunity to learn about important exhibits, their makers and influences. 2015-06-252015-07-01 Where:
Royal Hospital Chelsea, Royal Hospital Road London, SW3 4SR
Category: Exhibitions

Royal Hospital Chelsea, Royal Hospital Road, Chelsea, London, SW3 4SR

Tube: Sloane Square Station

 

Dates: 25th Jun to 1st Jul 2015

 

Dedicated to finding the best in art and design, Masterpiece London, held on the South Grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea, is a high-end exhibition for serious art collectors. Among the 35,000 visitors to the fair last year, the highest number to date, was one Tom Ford, and an estimated 100 million of art, antiques, design and jewellery was sold. This year, in its sixth successive year, Masterpiece London returns with museum-quality works from over 150 leading galleries worldwide. As well as presenting important historic paintings, exquisite jewels, Renaissance sculpture and pieces suitable for museum collections, there are free-to-attend talks giving visitors an opportunity to learn about important exhibits, their makers and influences.

 
 
 

20/21 British Art Fair

9th to 13th September 2015 | Royal College of Art, Kensington

20/21 British Art Fair The 20/21 British Art Fair offers works for sale by well known modern British artists from the 20th and 21st centuries and distinguishes itself by being the only fair for British art which focuses on Modern and Post-War art as well as featuring contemporary work from the 1970s onwards. It's a chance to see and buy works by highly respected artists like Francis Bacon, Lucian Freud and David Hockney, all displayed at the prestigious Royal College of Art. Since the fair first started in the 1980s, art buying has changed from being the exclusive pastime of the rich to being something we can all join in on. Undoubtedly, fairs like this have helped. The big names of the last two centuries are all here with Henry Moore alongside Damien Hirst. But there are also more 'entry level' pieces starting at a few hundred pounds. The focus is on painting and sculpture rather than the wild fringes of conceptualism, and there will be exciting pieces to covet from the brightest talents of recent times. 2015-09-092015-09-13 Where:
Royal College of Art, Kensington Gore London, SW7 2EU
Category: Exhibitions

Royal College of Art, Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2EU

Tube: Gloucester Road Station

 

Dates: 9th to 13th Sep 2015

 

The 20/21 British Art Fair offers works for sale by well known modern British artists from the 20th and 21st centuries and distinguishes itself by being the only fair for British art which focuses on Modern and Post-War art as well as featuring contemporary work from the 1970s onwards. It's a chance to see and buy works by highly respected artists like Francis Bacon, Lucian Freud and David Hockney, all displayed at the prestigious Royal College of Art. Since the fair first started in the 1980s, art buying has changed from being the exclusive pastime of the rich to being something we can all join in on. Undoubtedly, fairs like this have helped. The big names of the last two centuries are all here with Henry Moore alongside Damien Hirst. But there are also more 'entry level' pieces starting at a few hundred pounds. The focus is on painting and sculpture rather than the wild fringes of conceptualism, and there will be exciting pieces to covet from the brightest talents of recent times.

 
 
 

Frieze Art Fair

13th to 17th October 2015 | Regent's Park

Frieze Art Fair In 2015 Frieze Art Fair, the country's leading contemporary art fair, returns to Regent's Park for its 13th edition with 'Live', a new performance art element introduced last year. Alongside over 160 of the most highly respected contemporary art galleries in the world are specially commissioned art works and curated exhibitions. It's packed into a vast temporary structure in the park with work by around 1,000 contemporary artists crammed in. The free-to-view Sculpture Park, located in the English Gardens of Regent's Park, is a particularly popular aspect of the fair - when serious sculptural works can be seen in the open air. Visit between 5pm and 7pm and you'll get a discounted ticket at just £15, or opt for a combined ticket and you'll get into sister fair, Frieze Masters, a showcase of Old Masters and art up to the 20th century. Tickets are on sale from July 2015. 2015-10-132015-10-17 Where:
Regent's Park, Inner Circle London, NW1 4NR
Category: Exhibitions

Regent's Park, Inner Circle, Regent's Park, London, NW1 4NR

Tube: Regent's Park Station

 

Dates: 13th to 17th Oct 2015

 

In 2015 Frieze Art Fair, the country's leading contemporary art fair, returns to Regent's Park for its 13th edition with 'Live', a new performance art element introduced last year. Alongside over 160 of the most highly respected contemporary art galleries in the world are specially commissioned art works and curated exhibitions. It's packed into a vast temporary structure in the park with work by around 1,000 contemporary artists crammed in. The free-to-view Sculpture Park, located in the English Gardens of Regent's Park, is a particularly popular aspect of the fair - when serious sculptural works can be seen in the open air. Visit between 5pm and 7pm and you'll get a discounted ticket at just 15, or opt for a combined ticket and you'll get into sister fair, Frieze Masters, a showcase of Old Masters and art up to the 20th century.

 
 
 

Frieze Masters

14th to 18th October 2015 | Regent's Park

Frieze Masters Following its successful debut three years ago Frieze Masters, a showcase of Old Masters and a spin-off of Frieze Art Fair, London's leading contemporary art fair, returns to London's Regents Park in October 2015. Located in a bespoke structure on Gloucester Green, to the north east of Regent's Park, it's a short walk from its contemporary sister event, and the two fairs together present a unique perspective on the relationship between old and new art. Frieze Masters present over 90 of the world's leading galleries, with works by great artists like Warhol and Basquiat, Avedon and Hockney, Rubens and Picasso on display and for sale. A programme of talks accompanies the fair, bringing together leading international artists with the directors and curators of renowned historical and encyclopedic museums. 2015-10-142015-10-18 Where:
Gloucester Green, Regent's Park London, NW1 4HA
Category: Exhibitions

Gloucester Green, Regent's Park, Camden Town, London, NW1 4HA

Tube: Camden Town Station

 

Dates: 14th to 18th Oct 2015

 

Following its successful debut three years ago Frieze Masters, a showcase of Old Masters and a spin-off of Frieze Art Fair, London's leading contemporary art fair, returns to London's Regents Park in October 2015. Located in a bespoke structure on Gloucester Green, to the north east of Regent's Park, it's a short walk from its contemporary sister event, and the two fairs together present a unique perspective on the relationship between old and new art. Frieze Masters present over 90 of the world's leading galleries, with works by great artists like Warhol and Basquiat, Avedon and Hockney, Rubens and Picasso on display and for sale. A programme of talks accompanies the fair, bringing together leading international artists with the directors and curators of renowned historical and encyclopedic museums.

 
 
 
 
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