16 January

London Art Fair 2014 kept its doors open late to the public for a special event on 16 January: Thursday Late in Association with Peroni Nastro Azzurro.

Thursday Late provided the opportunity to browse the Fair after work from 6pm-9pm whilst enjoying complimentary drinks served by Peroni Nastro Azzurro, as well as tours, performances and film screenings.




Own Art Tour

Guiding you through the Own Art member galleries exhibiting at the fair, this is a great opportunity to hear personal insights from gallery owners and see an overview of the range of artwork that is affordable, including ‘up and coming’ artists to watch out for. More

7.00pm-7.45pm and 8pm-8.45pm
Fair Highlights Tours led by Sotheby's Institute of Art


Film Programme

Curated by Pryle Behrman, our Art Projects Film Programme runs throughout the week of the Fair.

Thursday 16 January 6-7pm and 8-9pm
The Man I Am Today - Sharon McElroy, Wimbledon College of Art (MiAL)

'The Man I Am Today' was filmed at various locations in the South East of England, some of which have military connections. In the accompanying audio we hear five men discuss the military uniforms they wear during Victorian living history and re-enactment events, their role models and views on masculinity.

View the full Film Programme


Talks Theatre
'Let its mother stroke its fur because its so mysterious’ - Violet Fingers

Fifteen minute long performance, one woman, one chair, one monologue, one moth eaten rocking horse, one gag, one blindfold, one flowery song. Work considering power, control and desire.

Violet Fingers is represented by C&C Gallery.  

Art Projects Film Screening Room
THE FOUNDLING - Terry Smith and Mel Gooding

'The Foundling' is a performance developed from a film and artist’s book by Terry Smith, who was commissioned to work in response to the Foundling Museum’s history as London’s first public orphanage. This special event brings together a new edit of the film with a reading by the author Mel Gooding, whose poems were written for the project. In association with Eagle Gallery / EMH Arts.