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London Art Fair 2015

London Art Fair 2015

21-25 January 2015

(Preview Evening 20 January)

Business Design Centre, Islington, N1

London Art Fair, the UK’s premier fair for Modern British and contemporary art, returns to the Business Design Centre, Islington, from 21-25 January 2015. Following the success of the inaugural partnership with the Hepworth Wakefield last year, the award-winning Pallant House Gallery, Chichester has been announced as the museum partner for the 27th edition of the Fair. New guest curators are revealed with Anna Colin curating ‘Dialogues’ for Art Projects 2015 whilst Sheyi Bankale will curate the much anticipated next edition of Photo50.

Museum Partnership with Pallant House Gallery, Chichester, West Sussex Simon Martin, Artistic Director of Pallant House Gallery, will curate a unique exhibition focusing on paintings and drawings by some of the leading British figurative painters of the 20th century including Walter Sickert, David Bomberg, Lucian Freud, William Coldstream and Frank Auerbach. In a specially designed pavilion at the front of the main Fair, ‘The Figure in Modern British Art’ will explore how different artists in Britain approached the human figure and will feature a selection of exceptional works drawn from the Gallery’s permanent collection. Alongside these, some of the Gallery’s significant collection of 1960s British Pop Art will be on display, including key works by Richard Hamilton, Eduardo Paolozzi and Peter Blake.


Galleries exhibiting in the main Fair at London Art Fair 2015 can be found below.

To view full gallery details please click on a gallery name.

You will find contact information, details of exhibiting artists, examples of their work, other artists represented, a gallery profile and information on forthcoming events at the gallery.

108 Fine Art

21st Editions

Abbey Walk Gallery

Able Fine Art NY Gallery

Adam Gallery

Advanced Graphics London

Alan Wheatley Art

Andipa Gallery

Arusha Gallery

Askew Art

Austin / Desmond Fine Art

Beardsmore Gallery

Beaux Arts Bath

Beers Contemporary

Bernard Chauchet Contemporary Art

bo.lee gallery

Browse & Darby


Caroline Wiseman Modern & Contemporary


Crane Kalman Brighton

Crane Kalman Gallery Ltd

Cynthia Corbett Gallery

Cyril Gerber Fine Art & Compass Gallery

Danielle Arnaud


Duncan R. Miller Fine Arts

Edgar Modern

England & Co

Enitharmon Editions

Erskine, Hall & Coe

Ewan Mundy Fine Art

Fiumano Projects

Flowers Gallery

FOLD Gallery | London

Four Square Fine Arts

french art studio

Galerie Martin Kudlek

Galerie Olivier Waltman

GBS Fine Art Ltd

Gilden’s Arts Gallery

Glasgow Print Studio

Goodman Fine Art

Gormleys Fine Art

Gray M.C.A

Hamburg Kennedy Photographs

Hilton Fine Art

ink_d gallery

Jack Bell Gallery


James Hyman Gallery

James Kinmont Fine Art

Jealous Gallery

Jenna Burlingham Fine Art

Jill George Gallery

John Martin Gallery

Jonathan Clark Fine Art

Jonathan Cooper

Knight Webb Gallery

LAMB arts

Lemon Street Gallery

Lena Boyle Fine Art

Liberty Gallery

Long & Ryle

Mark Jason Gallery

Merville Galleries

My Life in Art

Oliver Sears Gallery

Osborne Samuel

Paisnel Gallery

Panter & Hall

Patrick Heide Contemporary Art

Paul Stolper Gallery

Pertwee Anderson & Gold


Portal Painters

Portland Gallery


Quantum Contemporary Art


Rainhart Gallery

Redfern Gallery

Rowntree Clark

Sarah Myerscough Gallery

Shine Artists

St Anne’s Galleries

TAG Fine Arts

The Reel Poster Gallery

Thompson’s Galleries

UNION Gallery


Voies Off Gallery

Waterhouse & Dodd

Whitford Fine Art

Wilson Stephens & Jones

Woolff Gallery


Art Projects galleries

3+1 Arte ContemporГўnea

Antlers Gallery

Art First Projects



C&C Gallery

Division of Labour

Eagle Gallery / EMH Arts

Eastside Projects

Federico Bianchi Contemporary Art

Galerie Rothamel

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Hanmi Gallery


John Marchant

Laveronica arte contemporanea

Maria Stenfors

Modern Art Oxford

p|m Gallery


Slate Projects

South Kiosk

Space In Between


The Catlin Guide 2015

The Contemporary London


The International 3

The Multiple Store

TinT gallery


WW Contemporary Art

Art Projects: ‘Dialogues’ curated by Anna Colin.

Anna Colin will curate ‘Dialogues’ for Art Projects 2015, featuring collaborative presentations between invited UK and International galleries. Building on last year’s successful collaborations, the section promises unique, shared presentations featuring the freshest contemporary art from across the globe. Anna is co-curator of the next British Art Show, associate curator at Fondation Galeries Lafayette in Paris and co-founder of Open School East. Art Projects continues to garner widespread critical acclaim and a distinct audience, featuring large-scale installations, solo shows and group displays, alongside an extensive Film Programme.

Photo50 curated by Sheyi Bankale

Photo50, the Fair’s annual showcase of contemporary photography returns for 2015. Entitled ‘Against Nature’, this year’s exhibition, curated by Sheyi Bankale, presents a series of questions considering what it is to look at and display a photograph. How does a photograph become elevated to the status of an object, act or intervention? The title is in homage to the novel ‘Against Nature’ by J K Huysman. A variety of installations challenge our assumed presumptions of photographic representation. These frameworks will be the touchstone of the exhibition, blurring the boundary between the tangible object and the photographic aesthetic plane. The Fair’s Photography Focus Day takes place on Wednesday 21 January with artist talks, guided tours and panel discussions examining contemporary photographic practice.



New for 2015, The Macallan, the Fair’s Official Single Malt Whisky Sponsor, will host a Masters of Photography Lounge on the mezzanine next to Photo50. London Art Fair is also delighted to welcome the following returning sponsors and partners for 2015: Peroni Nastro Azzurro – VIP and Thursday Late Drinks Sponsor Natuzzi – VIP Furniture Partner Maybourne Hotel Group (Claridge’s, The Connaught and The Berkeley) – Official Hotel Partners Lund Humphries – Sponsor Expofreight – Official Packing Company




London Art Fair tickets are now on sale at ВЈ14 (plus ВЈ1.50 booking fee) in advance, including a copy of the 2015 Fair Guide (to be collected at the Fair). Tickets on the door are ВЈ20.



For further press information please contact

Chris Baker / Rosie Beaumont-Thomas at Four Colman Getty

020 3697 4253 / 020 3697 4330 /

For information on Pallant House Gallery please contact

Anna Zeuner / Head of Communications

01243 770 823 / 07734 710 212 to editors

Ticketing information:

Day Ticket: ВЈ14.00 adv. / ВЈ20.00 on the door / ВЈ13.00 conc.

Six Day Ticket (includes Preview Evening): ВЈ30.00 adv. / ВЈ35.00 on the door

Preview Evening: Available only in advance ВЈ25.00

Child under 12 years old (accompanied by an adult): FREE

Please note: ВЈ1.50 booking fee applies per ticket purchased in advance


About London Art Fair:

London Art Fair welcomed its largest ever attendance in January 2014, with 30,694 people attending over the six days and 128 rigorously selected galleries presenting the finest in Modern British and contemporary art. In addition, the Fair recorded a 21% rise in VIP attendance, with 3,484 VIPs visiting across the week. The importance of international visitors attending the Fair also continues to rise, with galleries selling to collectors from Australia, Russia, South-East Asia and the Middle East among others.


About Pallant House Gallery, Chichester, West Sussex:

“The collection is a revelation.” Jackie Wullschlager, Financial Times

Pallant House Gallery has one of the most important public collections of Modern British art in the country, displayed in the unique setting of a Grade I listed Queen Anne townhouse and an award-winning contemporary extension, in Chichester, West Sussex. Originally founded in 1982, Pallant House Gallery opened in its present incarnation to national critical acclaim in 2006. The remarkable ВЈ10 million build project seamlessly married the original Queen Anne townhouse and the new wing. In recent years the Gallery has formed a reputation for its rolling programme of critically-acclaimed temporary exhibitions and displays incorporating national, international and contemporary art, and its pioneering Learning and Community Programme. It has won numerous awards and accolades including the 2007 Gulbenkian Prize and the Charity Award 2013, the highest profile event in the charity calendar, for Outside In, its flagship project aimed at those facing barriers to the art world.

The collection includes works by Henry Moore, Barbara Hepworth, Ben Nicholson, Eduardo Paolozzi, Richard Hamilton and Patrick Caulfield. The core of this ‘collection of collections’ is Modern British art, but the collection also houses international works by the likes of Gino Severini, Paul Cézanne, Fernand Léger, as well as a growing collection of contemporary art. Virtually all the collection has been gifted or bequeathed by generous private collectors, whose different impulses have lent their own character to the collection, making the experience of Pallant House Gallery engaging, insightful and unique.

Major recent exhibitions organised by the Gallery have included re-assessments of Keith Vaughan, Eduardo Paolozzi and Leonora Carrington. Contemporary installations include a regular series of commissions for the staircase of the historic house, mostly recently by ceramic artist Bouke de Vries, and currently a textile installation by Alice Kettle. The current exhibition programme includes ‘Conscience and Conflict: British Artists and the Spanish Civil War’, a major review of British visual artists’ response to the Spanish Civil War, ‘Terry Frost: Eleven Poems by Federico García Lorca’ which features coloured etchings inspired by the writings of Federico García Lorca, and a display of important self-portraits from the Ruth Borchard collection.

Pallant House Gallery is a registered charity. Visit the website to find out more about the collection, exhibitions and programme of events and


About Anna Colin:

Anna Colin is a curator and writer based in London. She is a co-founder and co-director of Open School East, a non-fee paying study programme which launched in 2013 in East London. She is also associate curator at Fondation Galeries Lafayette in Paris and co-curator, with Lydia Yee, of the next British Art Show. Anna Colin has curated exhibitions and projects in spaces including the Whitechapel Gallery, London; Victoria Gallery & Museum, Liverpool; Le Quartier, contemporary art centre of Quimper; La Synagogue de Delme; Galleria d’Arte Moderna, Turin, CIC Cairo; la Maison populaire, Montreuil; and The Women’s Library, London. Previously, she was co-director of Bétonsalon, centre for art and research, Paris in 2011-12, curator at Gasworks, London, in 2007-10, and broadcaster on Resonance 104.4FM in 2002-06.


About Sheyi Bankale:

Sheyi Bankale is the Curator of Next Level Projects and Editor of Next Level magazine. Next Level is one of Europe’s seminal art photography magazines with a dynamic mix of photography as contemporary art. Sheyi’s wealth of experience is well received by his peers and he frequently acts as panellist, judge and nominator for the Art Foundation, Google Photography Prize, CONTACT Photography Festival BMW Prize, The Prix Pictet, and Next Level Awards. He is a leading expert on photography at major international portfolio reviews such as Houston Fotofest and Les Rencontres D’Arles, and facilitates the acquisition of photo art works with international museums, art collectors and private clients. He is Visiting Professor of Photography at the University of Derby and has lectured on ‘Photography as Contemporary Art’ at institutions including Sotheby’s Institute of Art and Centre of Contemporary Art – Lagos. Sheyi is renowned for his curatorial work in recent years at Next Level Projects, as well as curating an extensive touring exhibition on contemporary photography, ‘Alice in Wonderland’, for the European City of Culture 2011, which was the largest exhibition of contemporary photographic art displayed in Finland.

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