London Art Fair and its 131 participating galleries wish you a Happy New Year!
If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to see more art this year – start as you mean to go on at London Art Fair, 17 – 21 January. Book your tickets today to save 40% off with advance price tickets.
Read on for more recommended exhibitions happening this month…
Alan Wheatley Art
Heralding the appointment of Alan Wheatley Art as sole representative of the Estate of Alan Davie, this exhibition presents a selection of previously unseen paintings.
Closing 30 January
Heike Mutter and Ulrich Genth explore technically produced surfaces and system components (such as car headlights) and their cultural – psychological anchoring in our perception.
Closing 3 February
18 UK-based artists respond to the novel Invisible Cities by Italo Calvino, published in Italy in 1972 and the resulting works often reference and play with the complexities of inventive language and narrative explored in the book.
The artists were chosen by PAPER and C4RD in London where the exhibition is held.
Closing 8 February
New Art Projects
Both exhibitions offer differing notions of queer identity and invite aesthetic and ideological scrutiny. In Threesome painters Sadie Lee, Roxana Halls and Sarah Jane Moon offer arresting interpretations of the ‘female gaze’. 3×3 will showcase self-portraits by nine queer female artists, whose work interrogates the notion of the female gaze and self-identity.
Closing 4 March
London Art Fair 2018
Start your year of art at London Art Fair.
You still have time to buy advanced price tickets when you book before midnight 16 January, including Day Tickets to the Fair for £15.95* or a Multi-access Ticket for just £30*.
Image 1: Ruby Tingle, Hoof (Cities & The Dead). Courtesy of PAPER.
Iamge 2: Alan Davie, Little Dog in a Trance, 1978. Courtesy of Alan Wheatley Art.
Image 3: Mutter and Genth, Trusted surfaces, 2017. Courtesy of tubers contemporary.
Image 4: Lyle Perkins, Ersilia, inkjet on watercolour paper. Courtesy of PAPER.
Image 5: Sinderella, Bronac McNeill, 2013. Courtesy of New Art Projects.
*Plus booking fee.