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Quotidiano di informazione – Anno 32 n° 312

The Other Art Fair

Posted by fidest press agency su giovedì, 17 novembre 2011

Bargehouse,Thursday 24th November 2011 – 5pm – 9pm* Oxo Tower Wharf, London, SE1 9QS Opening Hours: Friday 25th November 2011 – 11am – 7.30pm, Saturday 26th November 2011 – 11am – 6pm, Sunday 27th November 2011 – 11am – 6pmLaunching 25 November at The Bargehouse in South Bank. Sponsored by Club Monaco, the fair is unlike anything else out there because the 100 chosen artists participating will be selling their work directly to the public. The three day fair will also feature a Tom’s Shoes Competition, curated walks, a secret picnic garden and a 99p pop up art shop selling original art works.This autumn, London will see the launch of a new Contemporary art fair to be held at The Bargehouse on the Southbank. Launching this November, The Other Art Fair will provide a unique platform that will allow 100 specially chosen artists to showcase their work to collectors, curators and gallerists on their own terms. This is an exclusive and unique opportunity to see and buy work directly from 100 of the brightest talents in the UK, thus allowing them to keep 100% of the profits, as they will not have to pay gallery commission.
Hundreds of artists applied to the fair before being whittled down to 100 of the most exciting young emerging artists and established independent artists demonstrating the new era in the British art market. The range of contemporary art expertise within our committee is reflected in the widespread styles and genres, from Paul Larricart’s urban spray-paint designs to the haunting landscapes of Emma Kemp. Other highlights will include Tahnee Lonsdale’s allegorical colour abstractions; whilst favourite contemporary art duo Twinkle Troughton and Tinsel Edwards will present their wickedly satirical canvases. As the celebrated contemporary British artist Charming Baker commented, “The Other Art Fair is a wonderful door-opener for some major new talent.’’ His example of operating as an unsigned but highly successful artist is a sign of the changes going on within the London art scene with artists and collectors looking to forge new connections for themselves.(the art fair)

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