London Art Fair: Edit, Programme Content
20 – 31 January
Whilst London Art Fair is unable to run in its usual format, the Fair remains focused on delivering a unique opportunity to discover and champion the most outstanding Modern and Contemporary Art of our time.
Returning to the Fair is the guest curated section, Platform.
Each year Platform focuses on a single distinct theme, the section includes galleries presenting well-known, overlooked and emerging artists that align to the theme.
At a time when the world is ever changing, curator Candida Stevens presents Folk Art, a view to our cultural heritage, our communities and our identity and how artists who are working in the Folk tradition have chosen to pass on this cultural heritage of knowledge and inspiration.
New to the Fair this year, LAF EDIT presents a unique selection of limited edition prints available for purchase exclusively through the London Art Fair website.
Start your collection today and buy directly from the website from artists such as; Alan Davie, Hugh Mendes, Rebecca Salter PRA, Alison Lambert and Emma Bennett for under £1,000.
The collection will be available to purchase throughout LAF EDIT, 20 – 31 January.
Alan Davie, to a Celtic Spirit II, [Detail], 2001. Courtesy of Broadbent Gallery
LAF Selects invites experts, collectors and prominent friends of the Fair to present their own personal highlights from the Viewing Rooms.
The invited selectors have chosen the artworks that spoke to them, either by personal interest or professional area of expertise. Discover the themes explored within their selections spanning diversity, feminism, sustainability and the global pandemic by visiting the online Fair now.
Explore with a virtual video guide from CEO of MTArt AGENCY Marine Tanguy or Senior curator of the Zabludowicz Collection, Antonia Blocker, among others.
Antonia Blocker, Senior Curator: Performance & Engagement, Zabludowicz Collection
To accompany the Viewing Rooms is the Fair’s rich programme of talks.
Join the LAF EDIT conversation as expert speakers such as Paul Robinson and Maeve Doyle join artists in conversation and debate current and emerging art trends.
All talks are free but registration is essential to gain access.
Stay creative this January by trying your hand at an array of inspiring workshops.
From photography to print, the Workshop Programme is the perfect opportunity to develop a new skill or existing.
The workshops are suited to all levels of abilities and will run throughout this year’s digital Fair programme, from 20 – 31 January.
Book your workshop now and give a creative start to your new art year under the exceptional expertise of your chosen session’s practicing artist or tutor.
Kate Gibb, Courtesy of JEALOUS Gallery