London Art Fair will return to London for its 32nd edition in 2020. Recognised as a platform for connecting the best galleries from around the world with both seasoned and aspiring collectors, London Art Fair provides a unique opportunity to discover and champion outstanding modern and contemporary art. The Fair seeks to nurture collecting at all levels whilst providing expert insight into the changing international market.
Over 100 galleries from around the world are participating in London Art Fair 2020, with new international exhibitors including Art Blue Studio (Singapore), Art Mûr (Canada), Cork Printmakers (Ireland), DAM Gallery (Germany), Kevin Kavanagh (Ireland), Gallery KITAI (Japan), Tamar Dresdner Art Projects (Israel) and Versus Art Project (Turkey). London Art Fair’s specialism in Modern British art continues to be strongly represented and received through the participation of some of the UK’s leading galleries in the field.
Links between nature and mental health emerge as a thematic element in this year’s edition of the Fair as artists look at how our external environment can affect our internal wellbeing. Sitting alongside the main Fair, curated sections Art Projects and Photo50 feature the next generation of artists, collectives and gallerists; showcasing increasingly innovative and interactive ways to engage with art. The Fair’s strong gallery line up is also complemented by an extensive programme of engaging talks, panel discussions, interactive performance art, and onsite activations from the Fair’s partners.
Through its annual Museum Partnership, the Fair continues to champion regional museums by showcasing their extraordinary collections in the UK capital. For the 2020 edition, Southampton City Art Gallery presents Gallery 80: From Generous Beginnings to Lasting Legacies following its 80th anniversary this year, highlighting the gallery’s modern British and contemporary art holdings.
Taking place from 22 – 26 January 2020 (VIP Preview 21 January), London Art Fair is an unmissable opening to the international art calendar.
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