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MONTHLY ART DIARY

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Posted On 15th Aug 2018 by Ana Bruque
August is here, and the summer holiday season is in full swing. For those enjoying a London staycation or travelling to one of our regional cultural hotspots, London Art Fair brings you our top recommendations for your go-to guide of art in the UK this month. Highlights include: two group shows curated by artists Hedley Roberts and Mark Titchner; an exhibition exploring the influence of wome
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Posted On 29th Jun 2018 by Ana Bruque
As summer is officially here, it’s the perfect time to get out and enjoy this month’s hottest exhibitions both at home and abroad. With this in mind, July's edition of London Art Fair’s top recommendations takes you to Berlin, Auckland, New York and Lisbon with solo shows by Grit Richter, Seung Yul Oh and group shows curated by artist Carl D’Alvia and educator and activist Margarida Men
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Posted On 1st Jun 2018 by Ana Bruque
As we step into summer, this month’s exhibitions bring us a refreshing approach to the use of language and technology in visual art.  London Art Fair’s top recommendations for June include: recent projects by Rob Ryanand Stanley Donwood, the first major European exhibition of work by Eve Fowler, the triennial exhibition of The London Open and the opening week of the much anticipated s
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Posted On 24th May 2018 by Ana Bruque
Just as sunshine and blossom emerges in London, the spring art season launches with line-up of unmissable exhibitions this May. For photography lovers, London Art Fair’s top recommendations for this month include: recent projects by Taisuke Koyama, an investigation into the impact of fake news, information warfare and the commodification of politics by artists Kristian Touborg and Moritz Wegw