Winston Branch: West Indian

”West Indian”, 1973, oil on canvas by Winston Branch (b.1947), © the artist. Courtesy of Rugby Art Gallery and Museum Art Collections.

London Art Fair celebrates its 30th anniversary



London Art Fair 2018 will take place from January 17th to January 21st 2018. In celebration of its 30th anniversary, the fair has partnered with Art UK to stage a unique exhibition highlighting 30 remarkable works from the nation’s public art collections.

Source: London Art Fair

As the Fair’s official 2018 Museum Partner, Art UK will present its first ever exhibition - ‘Art of the Nation: Five Artists Choose’ - from 17 - 21 January 2018. Reflecting the mission of the charity and its digital platform - the show will shine a spotlight on the rich and diverse regional collections showcased on artuk.org, the online home to every public art collection in the UK, which features over 200,000 artworks from over 3,250 venues.

Sarah Monk, London Art Fair, Director, said: “This year is an important milestone for London Art Fair as we celebrate our 30th anniversary edition. We are therefore delighted to partner with Art UK as our official Museum Partner, who share our vision to provide unrivalled access to exceptional artwork. We are delighted to provide a platform for the nation’s most extraordinary regional collections through this unique exhibition working with five remarkable artists.”

Photo50 at London Art Fair
Ten artists and artist collectives have been announced for the 2018 edition of Photo50 at London Art Fair (17 - 21 January). The annual guest-curated exhibition provides a critical forum to examine and debate some of the most innovative and distinctive elements of contemporary photographic practice. The exhibition entitled “Resolution is not the point” is curated by Hemera Collective, and reflects the concerns with which Hemera operates as a collaborative and evolving entity. The first Photo50 curated by a collective, the exhibition will feature artists from nine countries, including several collectives working across continents; emphasising the rise of global collaboration within photography. The exhibition will feature acclaimed British artists Larry Achiampong, Marie Yates and David Birkin alongside artists who will be showing in the UK for the first time, including New York-based Qiana Mestrich and Australian duo James Tylor and Laura Wills.



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