London Art Fair brings together both British and international galleries as well as the curated Art Projects and Photo50 for a giant start to the year’s art calendar. It’s a huge collection of modern and contemporary art on display. What’s more, there’ll be a wide range of art for sale—some at (relatively) reasonable prices.
What to see at London Art Fair
As one of London’s biggest art events, there’s a whole host of traditional galleries exploring a multitude of artists, themes and origins. This year’s partnership is with London’s Ben Uri Gallery and Museum wich recognises the rich contribution to British Art made by Jewish, immigrant and refugee artists. Photo50 will also return—this year celebrating the work of a group of multigenerational women photographers, their diasporic heritage and how they explore domestic life and the home through the lens.
Tickets for London Art Fair
On show will be works by artists from the 20th century right up to the present. The premier pass is the most expensive ticket at £38.50. Regular day tickets are available from £19.50. If you’re heading after work, there are evening tickets too at a very reasonable £13.00.
The easiest underground station by far is Angel on the Northern line. From there it’s about a five minute walk.Organisers may cancel events, alter schedules, or change admission requirements without notice. Always check official sites before heading to an event.