LONDON ART FAIR 2022 TALKS PROGRAMME
The Talks & Tours Programme is a platform for debate, discussion, and discovery.
Join panel discussions, artist talks, tours, performances, and workshops as they provide a timely review of the art market today. Hear directly from artists, curators, and key partners, offering unique insights alongside current art world topics and emerging trends.
Discover the emerging themes, such as sustainability, art & technology, representation, money laundering, art and music, and our photography focussed day on Friday.
London Art Fair took place from Thursday 21 – Sunday 24 April 2022 (Preview Evening Wednesday 20 April) at the Business Design Centre, read more here.
The 2022 Talks Programme was curated by Hannah Payne
We are delighted to announce that the first in our online talks series is now available to book onto, Anti-money Laundering for the Art Market Two Years on – Lessons Learned. Click below to RSVP onto this digital talk taking place Wednesday 2 March, 4PM.
London Art Fair: Edit’s programme of talks provide a timely review of the art market today, presenting the perfect setting for both the experienced collector and new art-world enthusiast. For the first time the talks programme will be hosted online, as a series of curated talks, panel discussions, providing an in depth insight to art world topics.
The programme consists of; trends and topics emerging within the contemporary art scene, tips on building your art collection, artist’s talks and more.
Tickets for the digital talks are free but a place must be booked to receive full instructions on how to access the talk. Browse the Talks Programme below, running throughout the Fair from 20 – 31 January.
as a series of curated talks, panel discussions, providing an in depth insight to art world topics.
The programme consisted of; trends and topics emerging within the contemporary art scene, tips on building your art collection, artist’s talks and more. The public talks programme has been recorded for you to watch again, click the button below to join the LAF EDIT conversation again or share with a friend.
Platforms for artists to plan and protect their artistic legacy and estate
This panel will explore the history of the New Hall Art Collection
Melanie Gerlis’ new book tells the story of art fairs’ rapid ascent.
The burgeoning interest in the NFT as a medium of cultural transmission
Join a panel of experts from the worlds of art and technology
Celebrating the curatorial theme of Art & Music at London Art Fair
Lovelace and Ryalls create collaborative works within spaces between photography and performance.
Photo50 is the Fair’s critical forum for examining elements of photographic practice
Join this discussion which explores the relationship between landscape, photography and politics.
This year’s PHOTO50 ‘No Place is and Island’, curated by Rodrigo Orrantia
Discover snippets of the long-standing history between Malta and the Royal navy.
The panel discusses music as an influence through the history of art