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Art London is delighted to announce the details of its 2011 fair at Royal Hospital, Chelsea. From 6th October, galleries from across the globe will come together for Art London’s annual event to present carefully curated exhibitions of both blue-chip historical and contemporary art works. As well as London-based and UK galleries, an exciting international focus will be brought by galleries showing artists from Europe, Australia and the United States. This year, the cultural dynamism brought by galleries representing Asia and the Middle East will also give an added dimension to the already buzzing art scene found at Art London.
Known for its success in attracting new and young buyers as well as established collectors, works exhibited at Art London range in price, medium and notoriety. From stands specialising in historical works with paintings by Camille Pissarro and sculptures by Jacob Epstein to new and unusual installations, photography and mixed media works by emerging contemporary artists, there is sure to be no shortage of variety for London’s art lovers.
Galleries exhibiting at the 2011 fair include contemporary art specialists The Cynthia Corbett Gallery, The Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery, Tamara Beckwith’s The Little Black Gallery, Long & Ryle Contemporary Art, and Galerie Olivier Waltman as well as historical art specialists including Whitford Fine Art, The Court Gallery, Clerkenwell Fine Art, Arthur Ackermann, Lemon Street Gallery and the Stern Pissarro Gallery. International galleries include Lebanese art specialists, Artymed, Vietnamese art dealers, Apricot Gallery, Irish gallery, Oliver Sears, and Hong Kong gallery Karin Weber.
In 2010, Art London attracted over 16,200 visitors and was described by The Times as “one of the most enjoyable modern art fairs”. Country and Town House magazine similarly raved about the fair stating “...appealing largely to serious collectors who like to buy from galleries they trust. Art London is a grown-up affair”.
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