The London Art Fair, now in its 22nd year, opens next week, as the art world gears up for another exciting week of contemporary art from British and international galleries. With over 100 galleries present, what will the sales be like? Frieze 2009 reported “strong sales”, so although we’re still seeing the affects of the recession, the show must go on.
In fact the London Art Fair has arranged a special deal for ‘Aesthetica readers’ two tickets for the price of one, when booked before 8th January*. The advance ticket price is £11 plus £1 booking fee. Call 08448 480 141 or book online at www.londonartfair.co.uk quoting LAF58 in either case. (This offer may not be used in conjunction with any other promotion and is offered subject to availability.)
One gallery in particular, HF Contemporary Art,is confident and has two stands (G48and P28 respectively). "Wishes, Lies and Dreams" by Sarawut Chutiwongpeti, a Thai installation, can be found at stand P28 in the Project Area at London Art Fair. HF Contemporary Art is also presenting “Group Show” with work from Vincenzo Balsamo, Glory Charles, Helen Steele, and Christoph Schmidberger, as well as a special Andy Warhol creation by fashion designer, Nikolo Bertok.
For a full list of galleries, ticket information and venue details please visit
www.londonartfair.co.uk. The Fair opens on 13 January and continues until 17 January.
Aesthetica is proud to be one the Media Partners for this year’s London Art Fair.
Image (c) Sarawut Chutiwongpeti courtesy HF Contemporary Art.
Friday, 8 January 2010
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