London Art Fair: Edit’s Talks Programme provided a platform for debate and discussion as our expert speakers covered topics such as; the phrase African artist; Creating During Crisis; Innovation Through Digital and more.
To join the LAF EDIT conversation, attend a series of panel discussions and gain in depth insight to art world emerging topics – explore the recorded Talks Programme below.
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.
PLATFORM: ARTIST TAG TALK; ABE ODEDINA, CAROL MCNICHOLL, CECILIA CHARLTON, DENISE DE CORDOVA AND FRANCES PRIEST
Discover Platform artists’ curated showcase and work in Folk Art.
Expert led panel discussion on the resourceful and resilience of creativity.
A trio of artists whose practice is bound with a particular material.
Discover the work of these contemporary image-makers in this expert-led art discussion.
How digital technologies can break down boundaries.
The Photographic Collective come together to debate the phrase ‘African artist’.
How a piece of art can inspire a whole interior design scheme.