London Art Fair is the UK’s premier Modern British and contemporary art fair. The 27th edition of the fair is set to feature 128 galleries and will take place at the Business Design Centre in Islington, London. Running from 21-25 January 2015, there will be a special display in partnership with Pallant House Gallery called The Figure in Modern British Art. The fair will also feature Photo50, an exhibition of contemporary photography featuring 50 works, which is guest-curated by Sheyi Bankale. The showcase, Against Nature, explores the possibilities of how viewers relate to renewed storytelling within photography. We take a look at five of the stands to visit at the fair next week.
Very pleased to see this in Aestetica magazines blog on the evening before London Art Fair.
2. Abbey Walk Gallery, Stand G38
The Grimsby based gallery will be exhibiting works by Stephen Newton, Paul Galyer, Michael Thacker and Linda Ingham. Gayler’s diverse paintings have previously used photography as an aid to capture moments of fleeting moment, combined with working from life in order to explore lived experience. The oil on canvas works which shall be featured at the fair are entitled; Ubiquitous, My united states of whatever, and All unravels into everythingness.
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