MONTHLY ART DIARY

Blu Beau Ceramic Fair
Posted On 22nd May 2020 by Amy Curtis
The Hepworth Wakefield launches online Ceramics Fair 22 - 25 May Our fifth museum partner of the week is the first museum to partner with the Fair back in 2014, The Hepworth Wakefield. From Friday 22 – Monday 25 May 2020 you can explore The Hepworth Wakefield's online Ceramic Fair - discover unique pieces, homeware and jewellery from an exciting selection of ceramic artists and potters worki
Amy Leung Towner Gallery
Posted On 21st May 2020 by Amy Curtis
Make Shift Studio – Online Live Making Workshops Towner Art Gallery is the fourth #MuseumPartner of the week as we celebrate #InternationalMuseumDay. At the 2019 London Art Fair, ‘The Living Collection’ reflected the gallery’s collecting and exhibiting history, past and present. [caption id="attachment_49362" align="alignnone" width="2560"] Edward Bawden, The Boy, Eric Ravilious in
Send a Rainbow by Quentin Blake © The Artist Sir Quentin Blake
Posted On 20th May 2020 by Amy Curtis
Sir Quentin Blake returns to Hastings Contemporary with prophetic exhibition of drawings, paintings and 30-foot-long mural described as ‘his Guernica’. The Hastings Contemporary, formerly known as the Jerwood Gallery, partnered with the London Art Fair in 2016. Earlier this year, Sir Quentin Blake produced a new body of work ‘We Live in Worrying Times’ which captures Blake at the heights
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Posted On 19th May 2020 by Amy Curtis
London Art Fair is celebrating #InternationalMuseumsDay with a week long highlight of our previous museum partners. Since 2014, the Fair has proudly partnered with a range of museums to showcase their collections and exhibitions to the London Art Fair audience. Over the forthcoming week we will be sharing their current projects, exhibitions and online events across our website and Instagram.