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London Art Fair 2017
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London Art Fair 2017

Discover contemporary and modern art from around the world.

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London Art Fair, the UK’s premier fair for Modern British and contemporary art, returns in January 2017 with over 125 galleries showcasing the very best contemporary and modern art from the UK and around the world.

The fair presents a huge range of museum quality Modern British art alongside international contemporary work from today’s leading artists. There will also be two curated sections focusing on emerging artists and contemporary photography; Art Projects, including ‘Dialogues’ curated by Miguel Amado, and Photo50, curated by Christiane Monarchi.

London Art Fair 2017 will take place at the Business Design Centre in Islington 18-22 January 2017. Tickets are now on sale.

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