April Art Diary: LAF Selects

For this years LAF Selects we have invited art world experts, collectors and prominent friends of the Fair to present their own personal highlights from the vast array of modern and contemporary art and emerging artists and galleries presenting in the Fair this year.

Our invited selectors chose the artworks that spoke to them, either by personal interest or professional area of expertise. Discover the themes explored within their selections spanning diversity, feminism, sustainability and the global pandemic by clicking on their profiles below.


LAF Selects: Katy Wickremesinghe

Katy Wickremesinghe | Founder KTW & The Wick Katy Wickremesinghe is the Founder KTW London and The Wick – a global consultancy and content platform on a mission to connect the culturally curious and make individuals and businesses more art engaged

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Paul Robinson

LAF Selects: Paul Robinson

Paul Carter Robinson | CEO, Artlyst Paul Carter Robinson FRSA, is the founder, CEO and Editor in Chief of Artlyst. He is a senior arts and culture professional, who began collecting and dealing in contemporary art 20 years ago. He

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Oyinkansola Dada


Oyinkasola Dada | Gallery Founder and Director, DADA Gallery Oyinkansola Dada is the Lagos-born, London-based founder of DADA Gallery. The gallery’s mission is to introduce the most exciting contemporary black artists to international audiences. Its roster consists of Black creators whose

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Tabish Khan

LAF Selects: Tabish Khan

Tabish Khan | Art Critic, Londonist, FAD & freelance Tabish Khan is an art critic with a focus on London’s art scene and he believes passionately in making art accessible to everyone. He visits and writes about hundreds of exhibitions

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Adelaide Damoah

LAF Selects: Adelaide Damoah

Adelaide Damoah | Sakhile & Me Gallery / INFEMS Art Collective / BBFA Collective London based multidisciplinary artist, using investigative practices which currently span painting, performance, collage, image transfer and photographic processes. Key areas of interest for interrogation are colonialism,

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LAF Selects: Naomi Polonsky

Naomi Polonsky  | Assistant Curator | The Women’s Art Collection, Murray Edwards College, Cambridge  Naomi Polonsky is Assistant Curator at The Women’s Art Collection, Murray Edwards College, Cambridge. Having graduated from the University of Oxford and the Courtauld Institute of

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