London Art Fair 2023




London Art Fair is set to return to launch the international art calendar in January 2023.

The Fair will present an exceptional collection of modern and contemporary art and offers both seasoned and aspiring collectors a diverse presentation of modern and contemporary art, alongside curated displays, and an inspiring programme of talks, panel discussions and artists insights.

In addition, London Art Fair continues to champion and support regional museums through its annual Museum Partnership, which this year invites the Ben Uri Gallery and Museum who will present key highlights from their preeminent collection to the Fair showcasing the rich contribution to British art made by Jewish, immigrant, and refugee artists. 

In the Curated section Platform returns for its 5th edition in which art historian and author Ruth Millington presents a collection of galleries whose artists collaborate with inspiring individuals, reframing the muse as an empowered and active agent in the story of art. This year’s edition of Platform, titled ‘Reframing the Muse’, invites viewers to consider the instrumental role played by diverse, real-life individuals, past and present, beyond the frame in which they are immortalised.

Encounters is a new section launching at London Art Fair 2023 curated by journalist, curator, and member of the Encounters Selection Committee, Pryle Behrman. Formerly Art Projects, Encounters is a showcase of the freshest contemporary art from across the globe featuring young, up and coming galleries eager to present their emerging artists on a major platform alongside established names who are creating new and exciting work, taking their practice in a different direction.

The new section of curated solo and group presentations is where the two meanings of the word ‘encounter’ meet. An encounter is often unexpected, perhaps leading to the discovery of an unknown artist or, alternatively, an unexpected style or theme; an encounter can also suggest a confrontation between opposing positions and artworks that challenge entrenched views and understandings.

Photo50 is the Fair’s critical forum for examining distinctive elements in contemporary photography. For 2023, Photo50 is curated by Pelumi Odubanjo and Katy Barron, who will present the work of a group of multigenerational women and non-binary photographers whose practice engages with their Black and diasporic heritage. Through their lens, the exhibition will explore domestic life and the idea of ‘home’.

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EXHIBITOR LIST

155A Gallery

Advanced Graphics London

Alan Wheatley Art

Aleph Contemporary

April Contemporary

Architectural Heritage ltd

Art First

Art Gallery O-68

Art Mûr

ARTE GLOBALE

Artistellar Gallery

ARTITLEDcontemporary

Austin / Desmond Fine Art

Beardsmore Gallery

Beaux Arts Bath

Broadbent

Browse & Darby

Cactus Moon Studio

Candida Stevens Gallery

Castlegate House Gallery

Cavaliero Finn

CHARLIE SMITH London

Christopher Kingzett Fine Art

Circle Contemporary

Columbia Road Gallery

Crane Kalman Brighton

Crane Kalman Gallery

Cross Lane Projects

Darl-e and the Bear

David Messum Fine Art

DOMOBAAL

Duncan R Miller Fine Arts

ECAD Gallery

Elizabeth Xi Bauer

Fiumano Clase

Gala Fine Art

Galerie Calderone

Galerie Olivier Waltman

Galleri Fold

Gallery Different

GBS Fine Art Ltd

Gilden’s Arts Gallery

Glasgow Print Studio

Goodman Fine Art Limited

Hang Up Gallery

Hidden Gallery

Horton London

James Freeman Gallery

Janet Rady Fine Art

Jealous Gallery

Jenna Burlingham Fine Art

Jill George Gallery

Julian Page

K+Y Gallery

Kevin Kavanagh

Kittoe Contemporary

Koop Projects Ltd

Lemon Street Gallery

Long & Ryle

MADEINBRITALY

Marcus Campbell Art Books

Mollbrinks Art Gallery

Narborough

Osborne Samuel Ltd

Panter & Hall

Piano Nobile

Portal Painters

Portland Gallery

Purdy Hicks Gallery

Quantum Contemporary Art

Rabley Contemporary

RAW Editions

Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery

Redfern Gallery

Rowntree Clark

Ruup & Form

Shame Gallery

Shtager Gallery

SIGNET CONTEMPORARY ART

Stoney Road Press

TAG Fine Arts

Tanya Baxter Contemporary

The Finch project

The Nine British Art

Thomas Spencer Fine Art

Thompson’s Gallery

TIN MAN ART

Union Gallery

VirginiaVisualArts

Wilder Gallery

Willoughby Gerrish

Zuleika Gallery

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Duration 18 January 2023 - 22 January 2023
Times Tuesday 17 January 2023 Preview Evening 5pm – 9pm Wednesday 18 January 2023 11am – 9pm Thursday 19 January 2023 11am – 9pm (Thursday Late 5pm – 9pm) Friday 20 January 2023 11am – 7pm Saturday 21 January 2023 11am – 7pm Sunday 22 January 2023 11am – 5pm
Cost Day tickets £19.50
Venue Business Design Centre
Address 52 Upper Street, London, N1 0QH
Contact 4402072886736 / laf@upperstreetevents.co.uk / www.londonartfair.co.uk

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