This summer the Bloomsbury Art Fair offers the public an unparalleled opportunity to buy and enjoy great works of art at an event that celebrates the talents of many established, as well as emerging, contemporary artists. The line-up of artists and galleries who will be exhibiting at this year’s event has been now been selected by the Advisory Board. Visitors can be rest assured that the quality and scope of the works available to buy will be of the highest quality. Prices range from £50-£25,000.
The Bloomsbury Art Fair is pleased to be welcoming back artist Sophie Morgan, photographer David Constantine, sculptor Ian Edwards and The Helium Foundation who will be showing works from internationally fêted artists such as Nick Walker and Damien Hirst. In addition, the Bloomsbury Art Fair will be showcasing artists and galleries including Tag Fine Arts, ArtDog London, Half Moon Studio, Panter and Hall, The Russell Gallery, Art At The Edge, KPK Contemporary Art and West Two Gallery who will be exhibiting an exciting selection of European and South American contemporary work.
Highlights will include exquisite drawings by Sophie Morgan, colourful and captivating prints from Half Moon Studio as well as Olympic and Paralympic themed sculptures from Art At The Edge. Also exhibiting will be Patrick Tresset whose one-armed robotic installation ‘Paul’ will be producing on-the-spot portraits and Graffik Gallery, a contemporary art gallery from the heart of Notting Hill, owned by self-confessed devotees of street art who will be showcasing some cutting-edge talent.
In addition to the works that are on show visitors can look forward to a specially created arts programme run by ArtInsight, as well as live music, painting, street art and sculpture demonstrations and a children’s creative space in the beautiful courtyard garden.
Having attracted over 3,000 visitors, 40 exhibitors and raised over £60,000 for charities at its debut in 2011, the Bloomsbury Art Fair is planning an even greater extravaganza. Visitors can purchase affordable and investment pieces in the beautiful surroundings of Goodenough College. For those who can’t make up their mind and would like more time to think about their purchase, re-entry is free on subsequent days so visitors can return any time and buy. Tickets can be purchased here.