Mayfair Art Weekend is the annual celebration of the world’s internationally renowned gallery district. The ninth edition will take place 24–26 June 2022, with an extended programme of free events including the Mayfair Sculpture Trail in collaboration with Art in Mayfair; a curated artists’ moving image screening, the May Fair Showreel; family activities and more!
Artists’ Studios, Bastian, Browse & Darby, Cardi Gallery, Clarendon Fine Art, David Zwirner, D Contemporary, E&R Cyzer, Grosvenor Chapel, Hauser & Wirth, Holtermann Fine Art, Illuminate Productions, James Hyman Gallery, JD Malat Gallery, John Martin Gallery, The Koppel Project, The Mayor Gallery, Mazzoleni, The NFT Gallery, Opera Gallery, Pace Gallery, Phillips, Richard Saltoun Gallery, Royal Academy of Arts, Sapling, Waddington Custot, Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair
Mayfair Sculpture Trail
20 June – 31 July 2022
For six weeks you will find sculptures presented by local galleries making Mayfair’s cultural hub even more extraordinary.
This year, start your trail with the monumental work of David Breuer-Weil at Berkeley Square presented by E&R Cyzer. From here, work your way clockwise around Mayfair. In Grosvenor Square you’ll find ‘Dancing’ by Maurice Blik presented by Bowman Gallery (a gallery in St James’s), and Lee Gill Rae’s stunning pine tree made of copper presented by Opera Gallery. Then head to New Bond Street to discover the new work by Kojo Marfo presented by JD Malat Gallery, and nearby Andy Denzler’s ‘Selfie’ also presented by Opera Gallery. Detour to the newly redesigned Hanover Square to find Pace Gallery presenting ‘Peace Head’ by Yoshitomo Nara which will be installed until 30 October. You’ll finish your trail on Old Bond Street with Michael Speller’s ’Nourish’ presented by Clarendon Fine Art.
Sunday 26 June 12-5pm, the May Fair Hotel, Stratton St, London W1J 8LT
The May Fair Showreel is dedicated to the work of new media and moving image artists, taking place in the luxurious May Fair Theatre.
From almost 100 applicants, the judges have selected twelve artworks to be included in the screening, including artworks by: Violet Frances Cato, Methas Chantawongs, Susan Eyre, Vardit Goldner, Nigel Goldsmith, Anna Jarai, Wu Jiawen, Thomas Lisle, Jennifer Louise Martin, Diana Olifirova, Chico Santos and Sam Williams.
This year, the departure point for the curated selection was the word ‘PROCESS’, which was inspired by the video work by Wolf Vostell, Auto-Faber (1973), presented in the solo exhibition of the artist at Cardi Gallery.
|Duration||24 June 2022 - 26 June 2022|
|Cost||Free - some events require advance booking|
|Venue||various venues around Mayfair|
|Contact||/ email@example.com / www.mayfairartweekend.com|