FAIR GUIDE AND MAP 9 - 12 MAY 2019 Hampstead Heath, London - BROWSE ART: AFFORDABLEARTFAIR.COM - Affordable Art Fair
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FA I R G U I D E AND MAP 9 – 12 M AY 2 019 Hampstead Heath, London B R O W S E A R T: A F F O R D A B L E A R T F A I R . C O M
2 M E E T TH E A RTI S T: C ATH E RIN E N E W M A N THANKS 5 M A D E IN A RT S LO N D O N 10 TH E A RT O F W E LLB E IN G 12 PL AY: RE B A L A N C E RO O M 13 PL AY: S PECI A L F E AT U RES 14 PL AY: TIM E TA B LE 18 E X HIB ITIN G GA LLE RI ES 28 M A P Hello! A big welcome from me and the whole Affordable Art Fair team to beautiful Hampstead Heath, as we help the City of London celebrate 30 successful years in charge of the care and upkeep of this much-loved public space. Returning for our ninth edition, we invite you to kick back, relax, and explore the art of wellbeing. Our Workshops, Talks and Tours focus on all things wellness – from calming collaging to mindful mandala- making; if you’re looking for a chance to unwind amidst the fun of the AFFORDABLE ART FAIR fair, we’ve got you covered. New for 2019, we’ve partnered with the Will Ramsay Fair Founder go-to for inspiration on how to live well, Balance, to offer a programme Jennifer Conner UK Regional Managing Director of daily yoga and breathwork sessions. Be sure to find your inner calm and creativity before you dive into all the fair has to offer! FAIR TE AM Carla Tucker UK Fair Operations Manager We’re absolutely thrilled to welcome back Made in Arts London to Sally Dickson UK Fair Development Manager showcase a stunning selection of work from current students and recent Polly Sykes UK Fair Operations Coordinator graduates from University of the Arts London. If it’s the next Hirst or Alison Clarke Financial Controller Hockney you’re looking to invest in, then be sure to check out this fresh Andrea Higgins Assistant Accountant and exciting curated collection of future stars. MARKETING We’re excited to continue to bring the Own Art scheme to our UK fairs, Claire Jackson UK Head of Marketing making buying art even more affordable with an interest-free Rebecca Stanton UK Marketing Manager instalment scheme over ten months. Visit the dedicated team on stand Claudia Hogg UK Marketing Assistant D14 where they’ll be pleased to talk through your options. Lisa Cook Global Designer Finally, my top tip for making the most of the fair: ask the experts! Our H A M P S T E A D 2 019 ONLINE TEAM friendly gallerists provide a font of knowledge and advice to help Will Huntley-Clarke Digital Trading Analyst experienced and first-time buyers alike. Phoebe Ashworth Website Manager Maura Derossis Gallery Partnership Manager Jennifer Conner Sarah Casebury Customer Service and Product Administrator UK Regional Managing Director
MEET THE ARTIST 3 MEET THE ARTIST elements to make an interesting statement. The drums provided C AT H E R I N E N E W M A N the opportunity to stretch the conceptual aspect of my work, not only painting a picture of Ahead of the Hampstead fair, we sat down with Catherine a drum kit, but the idea of what Newman from ArtDog London to learn more about her artistic a drum is and its implicit and practice and how she views art as a source of hope. universal association with a human making a sound. Who or what would you say has had the biggest effect on your work? We think your subtle palette is really powerful, could you tell My mother. She has definitely had the biggest effect on my life us more about your use of colour? as an artist. She was a painter and a sculptor, and I grew up If you look closely at the surface of my paintings, you can see immersed in an environment of visual creativity. My family would that there are layers and layers of paint. After I initially prepare regularly travel to museums and galleries, which as a small the surface of the canvas or wood panel, usually with a Venetian child I loved. One of my earliest memories is sitting on the floor red, I begin the drawing process. When that is complete I begin of her messy studio and looking at her art books. Picasso was to fill in the tones of colour. The layering is done with brushes, my favourite and I would always ask for him. I think about her palette knives, rubbing with cloths, and almost always wet into example of the way she made art look like fun, and as I got dry paint. The subtlety of the palette is achieved as the different older I realised that’s what art is, freedom. layers of under painting begin to read through the surface. It creates a depth all its own and defines the surface in unique Could you tell us a bit more about the inspiration behind your ways. And to me, it’s just exciting to see a green read through drum series at the centre of our latest campaign? into a red or a dark blue pushing through a pale yellow. It’s all Before I painted the drums I had been working on a series of about light. furniture portraits. In that series of paintings there were many straight lines. In an attempt to expand my “line vocabulary” I What impact do you believe art can have on personal decided that I wanted to explore more rounded, curvy shapes. wellbeing? Hence, the drums. I thought these particular vintage drum kits Art gives me hope. I consider myself a very lucky person to be were just beautiful and they gave me all the needed formal able to express myself in a visual language. I realised a long time ago, I don’t paint my paintings – they paint me. The gift of losing myself in the work, fully attentive, working with elements of light and tone, getting a line just right, making hundreds of decisions about colour and form… all of this is pure joy. With luck, the finished product reflects that joy and enhances the viewer’s sense of wellbeing too, and hopefully changes one’s view of the world. Art can give us all hope. You can find Catherine’s work with ArtDog London on stand E2 H A M P S T E A D 2 019 and online at affordableartfair.com Image left: Catherine Newman. Moments of Unlooked for Happiness No.2. Oil on canvas, original. 56 x 71 cm. ArtDog London, £1,650. Image right: Catherine Newman. Chippendale Side Chair. Oil, original. 61 x 45 cm. ArtDog London, £1,450.
Transforming child MAD E I N ART S LON DON 5 MAD E IN ART S LONDON mental health IMAGINED L ANDSC APES Four out of five of us will develop a diagnosable mental Back for the seventh year running to present their expert pick health disorder at some point in our lives and 75% of emerging talent from University of the Arts London, we are of these problems are likely to have started before excited to unveil this year’s Made in Arts London showcase: the age of 18. One in eight children and young people Imagined Landscapes. aged 5 to 19 are already struggling with a mental health problem. You can help us to achieve a world The work of the twelve artists selected for this year’s display where children, young people and their families are explores the visual representation of reconstructing a space; effectively supported with their mental wellbeing to both in reality and the imagined. The artists have embraced build on their strengths and achieve their goals in life. alternative understandings of place in contemporary art and Donate now at annafreud.org. the role the artist plays as narrator. From urban backdrops to everyday life; ceramics to C-type prints, this curated collection never fails to challenge the boundaries of contemporary art. We’re particularly excited to see the practice of Sebastian Chaumeton blown up to large scale in his mural located at the entrance to the fair. Inspired by street art icon Keith Haring, Seb’s work strikes a playful tone whilst being firmly rooted in the mood of the moment wherever he creates his large scale, situational pieces. The results are impressive public collaborations, featuring themes varying from pop culture and politics to the mundane and magical. In our case, Seb has created a projection of the things Hampstead locals and passers-by alike love about the Heath and its surroundings. And of course, there had to be a few four-legged friends in there for good measure! If you’re interested in Photographer: investing in the next big Tom Oliver, Arts SU thing, or simply love the work of some of these seriously- talented students, then you’ll be pleased to hear all artwork in the showcase is available to buy. Don’t forget to share your @AFNCCF E firstname.lastname@example.org T 020 7794 2313 favourites with us using Our Patron: Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge #affordableartfair The Anna Freud Centre, operating as Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families, is a registered charity, number 1077106 and company limited by guarantee, number 03819888.
MAD E I N ART S LON DON 7 MAD E IN ART S LONDON MEET THE ARTISTS 3. 2. CH LO E B OW M A N M O L LY B R O C K L E H U R S T ANKE BUCHMANN SEBASTIAN CHAUME TON E VA H E C H L O E K E L LY O R E L I E PA S C A L E CHRISTOPHER PE ARSON LISA PET TIBONE 4. LIZZIE REID WING TUNG SO YUQI WEI 5. 1. 1. Lizzie Read. Hurts. Mixed-media, original. 45 x 45 cm. £475. 2. Chloe Bowman. Pink Pigeon. C-Type Matt, edition of 5. 25 x 33 cm framed. £400. 3. Wing Tung So. Spaces I. Acrylic and gel on canvas, original. 100 cm diameter. £1,000. 4. Anke Buchmann. Vase No. 03. Earthenware ceramic with underglaze, glaze and enamel print, original. 32 x 11 cm. £500. H A M P S T E A D 2 019 5. Chloe Kelly. “Oh Dear!”. Digital and Inkjet prints, collaged, original. 38 x 31 cm framed. £380. 3.
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11 T H E A R T O F W E L L B E I N G 2 . S TAY C O O L , C A L M A N D C O L L E C T E D Consider a calming colour palette of neutrals like greys, creams and browns to create a relaxed interior. Decorating with a reduced palette in your home, not only means your artwork, furniture and accessories are sure to complement each other, but the overall effect will be easy on the eye and sure to inspire relaxation. 3. ART FOR THE HEART Decor that tells a story is one of our most-loved interior trends and our favourite rooms are the ones full of meaningful things – whether they are gifts from a loved one, souvenirs from the trip of a lifetime, or an artwork that brings a childhood memory to life. Select your art from the heart and you are guaranteed to love it for years to come. Look for the ReBalance Room to discover our curated collection of art to inspire wellness at the Hampstead fair, or shop THE ART OF WELLBEING from 1,000s of works online using our top tips from the comfort of Kick back, relax, and discover how welcoming art into your your own home at life will not only enrich your home but also your wellbeing. affordableartfair.com In addition to the visual benefits of making a statement, tying a room together and adding personality to your space, for a lot of people art makes a house a home and leads us out of our day-to-day lives. Studies have shown that experiencing and enjoying art helps to decrease our stress levels – with many of us juggling hectic schedules it can be a brilliant tool for creating a calming environment to help us switch off at home. OU R TOP TIP S Image left: Elaine Jones. Seafront with Sealight. Oil. 80 x 90 cm. First Contemporary, 1. B RI N G T H E O U T D O O RS I N H A M P S T E A D 2 019 stand A2, £2,700. Recreating the great outdoors in your artwork selection with serene landscapes or magical forests can be the easiest way to Image right: Louise Stebbing. Moonlight. Limited edition, escape your everyday stresses. Alternatively, consider choosing unframed, signed, edition of 20. sculpture that incorporates materials such as wood, or 39 x 19 cm. ContemporArti, handmade ceramics, to bring natural textures into the home. stand G3, £220.
P L AY: R E B A L A N C E R O O M P L AY: SPECIAL FE ATURES 1 3 P L AY: S P E C I A L F E A T U R E S We’ve joined forces with Balance, the go-to for inspiration LIVE ART on how to live well, to create a blissful haven at Hampstead! Come along to have a look inside our ever-evolving artist studio Discover the art of wellbeing with a co-curated showcase of beside the Info Desk. We’ve invited galleries and artists from all calming and invigorating works, expert-led breath workshops over the world to share their practice with you, displaying the with Richie Bostock, and energising yoga sessions with plethora of pieces available at the fair. Pop in to watch a piece Hannah Barrett. created before your very eyes! W E D N E S D AY, 7 – 7. 3 0 P M J A C K S O N ’ S O P E N PA I N T I N G P R I Z E 2 019 Small Acts of Self-Care Now in its fourth year, Jackson’s Open Painting Prize presents Join Sophie Scott, editor and founder of Balance, as she shares a diverse selection from this year’s competition. All works on handy tips and tricks for daily mindful rituals to calm your display at the fair are available for purchase. For more thoughts and relax a little. For adults. information, ask at the Info Desk. T H U R S D AY – S AT U R D AY, 1 0 – 1 0 . 3 0 A M S AT U R D AY & S U N D AY, 12 – 4 P M S U N D AY, 2 – 2 . 3 0 P M Common Ground Energising Yoga Flow with Hannah Barrett On the mend invite you to meet new people and find things you Join Hannah, a leading London-based yoga instructor, for an have in common with them. We will tie this into a knot rug, energetic yoga class that breaks down complex poses and creating a literal common ground of shared experiences. makes them fun and accessible to all. Limited capacity: book In the Creative Studio. For all ages. online or at the Info Desk. RUBBISH PORTR AITS T H U R S D AY – S AT U R D AY, 2 – 2 . 3 0 P M Join Lucie Sheridan in the Rubbish Portrait Booth where you’ll be S U N D AY 12 M AY, 1 0 – 1 0 . 3 0 A M able to purchase a quick, while-you-sit, brilliant brush and ink Breathe In and Bliss Out Breathwork with Richie Bostock portrait, made by an illustrator with over 18 years of experience. Turn down the volume of your thoughts through a series of They’re not rubbish but actually very good! Purchase a £20 breathing flows led by Richie, or “The Breath Guy”, a coach, Rubbish Portrait at the Info Desk. author, speaker and Breathwork evangelist. Limited capacity: book online or at the Info Desk. H A M P S T E A D 2 019 Image left: Richie Bostock, “The Breath Guy”. Image right: Lucie Sheridan, Rubbish Portraits.
P L AY: T I M E TA B L E 1 5 P L AY: T I M E T A B L E T H U R S D AY 9 M AY F R I D AY 1 0 M AY C R E AT I V E S T U D I O REBAL ANCE ROOM C R E AT I V E S T U D I O REBAL ANCE ROOM 12 – 12.30pm Calming Collages Wellbeing in the Wilderness Join illustrator and Central Saint Martins Join Central Saint Martins graduate and 12.30 – 1pm short course tutor, Connie Lim, in artist, R.M Sánchez-Camus, who will be learning how the human body is formed exploring how mindfulness is found in through a step-by-step graphic cut-outs the influential painterly styles of Fauvism process. For adults. and Impressionism. For adults. 1 – 1.30pm 1.30 – 2pm Picasso Portraiture Landscapes of the Mind Explore human anatomy through the Focusing on ways to develop pen and 2 – 2.30pm abstract eye of Picasso with Central ink drawings, join R.M Sánchez-Camus, Saint Martins short course tutor, Connie artist and Central Saint Martins Lim, using pastels, charcoals and your graduate, to combine self-portraiture imagination. For adults. with a landscape of our minds. For adults. 2.30 – 3pm 3 – 3.30pm Art as Escapism And Breathe: Reasons to Change Escape with Art: Creating a Life Join Collage Club’s Stephanie Hartman your Life with Art Better Lived and release your creative inhibitions in An insight on art and wellbeing from Join British Institute of Interior Design a celebration of surrealism inspired by British Institute of Interior Design Member, Kia Stanford, to learn more Eileen Agar’s work, using mt Masking member, Shalija Vahora of Interiors about how to weave art into small acts Tape. For adults. With Art. For adults. of self-care. For adults. 3.30 – 4pm 4 – 4.30pm And Breathe: Reasons to Change Escape with Art: Creating a Life your Life with Art Better Lived An insight on art and wellbeing from Join British Institute of Interior Design British Institute of Interior Design Member, Kia Stanford, to learn more member, Shalija Vahora of Interiors about how to weave art into small acts With Art. For adults. of self-care. For adults. 4.30 – 5pm 5 – 5.30pm Calming Kaleidoscopes Join Hampstead School of Art for a 5.30 – 6pm celebration of how calming colours can 6 – 6.30pm be. Take inspiration from artist, Amy Cheng, to create a visually captivating blend of textures. For adults. 6.30 – 7pm 7 – 7.30pm Pop-up Cinema: The Ponds A new documentary following the 7.30 – 8pm Painting Masterclass swimmers from Hampstead Heath Grab a complimentary drink and join 8 – 8.30pm who take to the waters all year round. Obby, London’s leading learning Sit back and enjoy The Ponds in the provider, as Cristiano Di Martino helps location that it celebrates! you to focus on shape and form with Certificate 12A. painterly techniques. For adults.
P L AY: T I M E TA B L E 1 7 P L AY: T I M E T A B L E S AT U R D AY 11 M AY S U N D AY 12 M AY C R E AT I V E S T U D I O REBAL ANCE ROOM C R E AT I V E S T U D I O REBAL ANCE ROOM 12 – 12.30pm How to Turn a Bad Day into Doodle-a-day a Good Drawing As doodling is a known stress reliever 12.30 – 1pm Focusing on the transformational that can enhance memory, creativity, 1 – 1.30pm impact of artistic practise on mental Reflective Parenting and concentration, join Nina Fuga for Jackson’s Open Painting Prize Panel wellbeing, doodle your worries away Art therapy exploration led by our a freeing and fun introduction to Join the Jackson’s Competitions team, using Tombow ABT Brush Pens with Charity Beneficiary, Anna Freud drawing using Tombow ABT Brush Pens. a community of artists and expert Maria-Ines. For adults. National Centre for Children and For adults judges, to learn about the process Families, presented by Sheila Redfern, behind creating and selecting the art on Head of Specialist Trauma and display at the fair. For all ages. Maltreatment Services. For all ages. 1.30 – 2pm 2 – 2.30pm Family Art Therapy Talking Mental Health Join our Charity Beneficiary, Anna Freud Join our Charity Beneficiary, Anna Freud 2.30 – 3pm National Centre for Children and National Centre for Children and 3 – 3.30pm Families, to explore more ways to Purposeful Play Families, for an opportunity to explore Imagined Landscapes Q&A approach talking about mental health With training in design and art therapy, more ways to approach talking about Central Saint Martins Course Leader as a family through creative outlets. Central Saint Martins short courses’ mental health through creative outlets. MA Arts and Cultural Enterprise, Andrew For all ages. Mary Caddick will help you to discover For all ages. Marsh, is joined by exciting artists from different approaches on how to feel Made in Arts London to discuss their more creative and alive. For adults. work exhibited at the fair. For adults. 3.30 – 4pm 4 – 4.30pm Therapeutic Dharma Wheels Creativity and Wellbeing Mindful Mandalas Imagined Landscapes Q&A Join Hampstead School of Art and learn Mary Caddick, Art Therapist and short Join Hampstead School of Art and let Central Saint Martins Course Leader more about the spiritual meaning course tutor at Central Saint Martins, your imagination run wild, seeking MA Arts and Cultural Enterprise, Andrew behind mandalas, exploring colour will be sharing her thoughts on the inspiration from Elspeth McLean, a Marsh, is joined by exciting artists from and shapes to express yourself, find creative process in relation to health meticulous and vibrant artist who uses a Made in Arts London to discuss their your creative side, or simply relax. and wellbeing. For adults. calming technique, focusing on nature. work exhibited at the fair. For adults. For all ages. For all ages. 4.30 – 5pm 5 – 5.30pm MORNING MINDFULNES S TOUR Every Day at 11.30am Meet at the ReBalance Room TOUR DU JOUR Every day at 2pm Meet at the Info Desk PRINT WORKSHOPS Thursday – Saturday, 12, 2 & 4pm Sunday, 12 & 2pm In the Creative Studio
E XHIBITING GALLERIES 19 E XHIBITING GALLERIES I9 E2 C1 ArtChina ArtDog London Artered Gallery Cambridge, UK London, UK Barcelona, Spain 07817 029 618 07903 194 591 +34 672 38 37 55 artchinauk.com artdoglondon.co.uk arteredgallery.com A10 K7 J3 E5 A9 J12 508 Gallery Able Fine Art NY Gallery ABSOLUT ART ARTITLEDcontemporary ART Salon ARTSHOUSE.CO.UK London, UK New York, USA Stockholm, Sweden Herpen, Netherlands Bath, UK London, UK 020 3719 3109 +1 212 477 1188 +46 0709 155 203 +31 6 4712 1800 01225 422 220 07779 590 921 508kingsroad.com ablefineartny.com absolutart.com artitled.nl artsalon.co.uk artshouse.co.uk G6 C7 L8 E1 E7 I2 Agora Contemporary AKARTASIA Alpha Art ArtZandra The Barker Gallery Bristol Contemporary Art London, UK London, UK Edinburgh, UK Goteborg, Sweden Eton, UK Bristol, UK 07764 184 617 07500 960 585 0131 226 3066 +46 0760 256 912 07932 064 799 07786 431 497 agoracontemporary.co.uk akartasia.com alpha-art.co.uk artzandra.se thebarkergallery.com bristolcontemporaryart.com L3 G5 B2 A7 B9 A6 Arc Fine Arts ars, -tis, f. The Art Agency The Brown Easel Bruno Dahl Gallery Camburn Fine Art London, UK Munich, Germany Esher, UK London, UK Ebeltoft, Denmark La Roche Rigault, France 07772 405 508 +49 8441 803658 01372 466 740 08443 510 155 +45 50 80 95 94 07774 165 621 arcfinearts.com ars-tis.com theartagency.co.uk thebrowneasel.com brunodahl.dk camburnfineart.com
21 E X H I B I T I N G GA LL E RI E S G4 H9 B6 F3 L7 H10 Cameron Contemporary Art Capital Art London Capital Culture Gallery Cube Gallery DegreeArt.com The Doorway Gallery Brighton & Hove, UK London, UK Norfolk, UK London, UK London, UK Dublin, Ireland 07762 203 041 020 3902 5671 01603 736 954 020 7935 2600 020 3701 7411 +353 1 7645895 cameroncontemporaryart.com capitalartlondon.com capitalculture.eu cube-gallery.co.uk degreeart.com thedoorwaygallery.com B5 H3 E8 D7 A8 J9 Carina Haslam Art Chiefs & Spirits Clarendon Fine Art The Drugstore Gallery East London Printmakers Eclectic Gallery Great Missenden, UK The Hague, Netherlands London, UK Axbridge, UK London, UK London, UK 01494 866 914 +31 70 36 58 219 020 7499 0947 01934 733 111 020 7404 0826 020 7824 5263 carinahaslamart.com chiefsandspirits.nl clarendonfineart.com thedrugstoregallery.com eastlondonprintmakers.co.uk eclecticgallery.co.uk E3 H8 B7 C3 I3 J4 Clifton Boulder Clifton Fine Art Colourbox Edgar Modern Eleven and a Half Eye Contemporary Art Gallery Amsterdam, Netherlands Bristol, UK Otley, UK Bath, UK London, UK Kwun Tong, Hong Kong +31 64 61 35 369 01172 397 684 07976 895 384 07940 597 757 020 7377 6144 +852 6091 9015 cliftonboulder.com cliftonfineart.com reltonmarine.co.uk edgarmodern.com elevenandahalf.com eyecontemporaryart.com K5 G3 D1 L6 B3 A2 Columbia Road Gallery ContemporArti The Contemporary Fine Art Far & Wild Fine Art Consultancy First Contemporary Gallery Eton London, UK London, UK Windsor, UK Cornwall, UK London, UK Bristol, UK 07812 196 257 07966 599 918 07831 822 641 07956 370 200 020 7431 9965 07791 699 138 columbiaroadgallery.com contemporarti.com cfag.co.uk farandwildliving.co.uk fineartconsultancy.co.uk firstcontemporary.com
23 EXHIBITING GALLERIES J11 B8 L12 F1 L5 J10 FLECHA FOUR-WALLS Francis Iles Galleries Gallery Art Plaza Gallery Tableau George Thornton Art Madrid, Spain Hove, UK Rochester, UK Seoul, South Korea Seoul, South Korea Nottingham, UK +34 916 033 626 07909 511 159 01634 843 222 +82 2 543 5751 +82 2 723 6081 01159 243 555 flecha.es four-walls.co.uk francis-iles.com artplazagallery.com gallerytableau.com georgethorntonart.com I4 A4 H5 C5 B4 H4 >french art studio GAGA Gallery Gagliardi Gallery Goodwin Gallery GreenStage Gallery Hanga Ten – Contemporary Japanese Prints London, UK Seoul, South Korea London, UK Hamburg, Germany Worcester, UK London, UK 020 3737 8353 +82 2 730 1006 020 7352 3663 +49 40 309 546 30 01885 490 839 07788 458 201 frenchartstudio.com gagagallery.com gagliardi.org goodwin-gallery.com greenstagegallery.co.uk hangaten.com K1 I5 D5 D12 G9 K3 Galeria Rodrigo Juarranz Galerie Envie d’Art Galerie Waarkunst Hanoi Art House i-contemporary Iona House Gallery Buckinghamshire, UK | Aranda de Duero, Spain Paris, France Het Waar, Netherlands Hanoi, Vietnam London, UK Oxford, UK +34 659 19 25 89 +33 1 53 30 00 10 +31 59 84 46 390 07476 848 434 07525 651 326 01993 811 464 rodrigojuarranz.com enviedart.com waarkunst.nl hanoiarthouse.co.uk i-contemporary.com ionahousegallery.org J5 J7 G7 I0 H11 F6 Galleri AureliA Galleri Final Galleri Lorentzon JAMM Gallery Jealous Ketna Patel Studio Stockholm, Sweden Malmö, Sweden Stockholm, Sweden London, UK London, UK London, UK 07809 826 299 +46 04 03 07 836 +46 86 51 22 71 07970 492 858 020 7739 4107 07982 654 310 galleriaurelia.com gallerifinal.de gallerilorentzon.com jamm-gallery.co.uk jealousgallery.com ketnapatel.com
25 EXHIBITING GALLERIES D3 L9 C4 G2 F8 I7 Kittoe Contemporary Liberty Gallery Lighthouse Gallery Nic McElhatton Gallery Nicholas Bowlby NoonPowell Fine Art London, UK London, UK Penzance, Cornwall London, UK East Sussex, UK London, UK 07968 142 289 07881 830 709 01736 350 555 07770 963 617 01892 667 809 07960 155 624 kittoecontemporary.com liberty-gallery.com lighthouse-gallery.com nicmcelhatton.com nicholasbowlby.co.uk noonpowellfineart.com I6 D2 I8 F9 L11 K6 Lime Tree Gallery Linda Blackstone Gallery Linton59 North Coast Asylum Obsidian Art Olivia Connelly Bristol & Suffolk, UK London, UK Cambridge, UK Cornwall, UK Buckinghamshire, UK Bath, UK 01179292527 07808 612 193 01223 891 289 07833 097 211 01296 612 150 07931 117 911 limetreegallery.com lindablackstone.com linton59.co.uk northcoastasylum.com obsidianart.co.uk oliviaconnelly.com K4 F5 B1 J2 D10 E4 London Contemporary Art Lumitrix Marine House at Beer Overhead Gallery PALAU DE CASAVELLS / Palma Arte ANTIQBR London, UK London, UK Devon, UK Münster, Germany Barcelona, Spain Piacenza, Italy 020 7580 2118 020 8964 9027 01297 625 257 +49 2534 97745 96 +34 638 72 15 53 +39 34 59 05 65 81 londoncontemporaryart.co.uk lumitrix.com marinehouseatbeer.co.uk overhead-gallery.com palaudecasavells.es galleriapalmaarte.it D8 G8 D4 D13 L1 C9 Mayne Gallery Mint Art Gallery Nadia Arnold Printmakers In Residence Quantum Contemporary Art RadoArt Devon, UK London, UK London, UK London, UK London, UK London, UK 01548 853 848 020 8374 1784 07792 808 911 020 7232 1916 020 7498 6868 07759 178 453 maynegallery.co.uk mintarts.com nadiaarnold.com printmakersinresidence.com quantumart.co.uk radoart.eu
27 EXHIBITING GALLERIES J8 L2 G1 I1 C2 F7 Raquelle Azran Vietnamese Reload Gallery Retrospect Galleries ToTuart Turner Barnes Gallery Turning Tides Fine Art Byron Bay, Australia | Contemporary Art New York, USA Warwickshire, UK Palma, Mallorca Warsaw & Gdańsk, Poland Essex, UK London, UK +212 715 0565 01926 429 229 +61 410 332 312 +48 600 834 963 01277 500 554 07504 400 151 artnet.com/razran.html reloadgallery.com retrospectgalleries.com totuart.com turnerbarnesgallery.com turningtides.eu H2 D6 L4 D9 A1 F2 RHG NYC Richard Goodall Gallery Ronen Art Gallery VC Art Visus Gallery Well Hung London, UK Manchester, UK Amsterdam, Netherlands London, UK Lasne, Belgium London, UK 020 7436 4899 0161 773 9614 +31 65 47 27 800 07801 999 300 +32 485 32 43 85 020 7033 2777 rebeccahossack.com richardgoodallgallery.com ronenartgallery.com vc-art.com visusgallery.be wellhung.co.uk A5 C8 C6 E6 K2 H6 The Russell Gallery Singulart Skylark Galleries Will’s Art Warehouse Woodbine Contemporary Arts Woolff Fflow Gallery London, UK Paris, France London, UK London, UK Uppingham, UK London, UK 020 8780 5228 +33 7816 533 52 020 7401 9666 020 8246 4840 07980 167 404 020 7631 0551 russell-gallery.com singulart.com skylarkgalleries.com wills-art.com woodbinecontemporaryarts.co.uk woolffgallery.co.uk A3 L10 F4 H7 Sol Art Gallery St Peter’s Wharf Collective Tallantyre Gallery Xin Art Galerie Dublin, Ireland London, UK Northumberland, UK île de Ré, France +353 1 6750972 07917 523 381 01670 517 214 +33 6 47 59 77 62 solart.ie stpeterswharf.london tallantyre-gallery.co.uk xinart.fr
29 > MAP L12 L11 L10 L9 L8 L7 L6 L5 L4 L3 L2 L1 KEY Anna Freud National Centre J11 K7 K6 K5 K4 J6 K3 K2 K1 for Families and Children J12 AiR MiAL J10 J9 J8 J7 J5 J4 J3 J2 Artist in Residence AiR H10 I9 I8 I7 I6 I5 I4 I3 I2 I1 I0 Bar H11 Buggy Park H9 H8 H7 H6 H5 H4 H3 H2 ENTR ANCE Café G9 THE REBAL ANCE F8 G8 G7 G6 G5 G4 G3 G2 G1 ROOM Cloakroom MiAL F7 F6 F5 F4 F3 F2 F1 Creative Studio F9 Finds Under £500 D1 D13 E8 E7 E6 E5 E4 E3 E2 E1 First Aid D14 D12 D10 D9 D8 D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 Info Desk Jackson’s Open C9 C8 C7 C6 C5 C4 C3 C2 C1 B1 Painting Prize 2019 JOPP JOPP B9 B8 B7 B6 B5 B4 B3 B2 Made in Arts London MiAL Own Art D14 A10 A9 A8 A7 A6 A5 A4 A3 A2 A1 Press Restaurant Rubbish Portraits TREE TOP Toilets TERR ACE Wrapping 508 Gallery A10 Capital Art London H9 Far & Wild L6 Hanga Ten – Contemporary Nadia Arnold D4 Richard Goodall GalleryD6 Japanese Prints H4 Able Fine Art NY GalleryK7 Capital Culture Gallery B6 Fine Art Consultancy B3 Nic McElhatton Gallery G2 Ronen Art Gallery L4 Hanoi Art House D12 ABSOLUT ART J3 Carina Haslam Art B5 First Contemporary A2 Nicholas Bowlby F8 The Russell Gallery A5 i-contemporary G9 Agora Contemporary G6 Chiefs & Spirits H3 FLECHA J11 NoonPowell Fine Art I7 Singulart C8 AKARTASIA C7 Clarendon Fine Art E8 FOUR-WALLS B8 Iona House Gallery K3 North Coast Asylum F9 Skylark Galleries C6 JAMM Gallery I0 Alpha Art L8 Clifton Boulder E3 Francis Iles Galleries L12 Obsidian Art L11 Sol Art Gallery A3 Jealous H11 Arc Fine Arts L3 Clifton Fine Art H8 >french art studio I4 Olivia Connelly K6 St Peter’s Wharf AiR Jonathan HillsonJ6 Collective L10 ars, -tis, f. G5 Colourbox B7 GAGA Gallery A4 Overhead Gallery J2 Ketna Patel Studio F6 Tallantyre Gallery F4 The Art Agency B2 Columbia Road Gallery K5 Gagliardi Gallery H5 Own Art D14 Kittoe Contemporary D3 ToTuart I1 ArtChina I9 ContemporArti G3 Galeria Rodrigo PALAU DE CASAVELLS / Juarranz K1 Liberty Gallery L9 ANTIQBR D10 Turner Barnes Gallery C2 ArtDog London E2 The Contemporary Fine Art Gallery Eton D1 Galerie Envie d’Art I5 Lighthouse Gallery C4 Palma Arte E4 Turning Tides Artered Gallery C1 Contemporary Art F7 Cube Gallery F3 Galerie Waarkunst D5 Lime Tree Gallery I6 Printmakers In ARTITLEDcontemporary E5 Residence D13 VC Art D9 DegreeArt.com L7 Galleri AureliA J5 Linda Blackstone ART Salon A9 Gallery D2 Quantum Visus GalleryA1 The Doorway GalleryH10 Galleri Final J7 ARTSHOUSE.CO.UK J12 Contemporary Art L1 Linton59 I8 Well Hung F2 The Drugstore Gallery D7 Galleri Lorentzon G7 ArtZandra E1 RadoArt C9 London Will’s Art Warehouse E6 East London PrintmakersA8 Gallery Art Plaza F1 The Barker Gallery E7 Contemporary Art K4 Raquelle Azran Woodbine Eclectic Gallery J9 Gallery Tableau L5 Vietnamese Fine Art J8 Bristol Contemporary Art I2 Lumitrix F5 Contemporary Arts K2 The Brown Easel A7 Edgar Modern C3 George Thornton Art J10 Reload Gallery L2 Marine House at Beer B1 Woolff Fflow Gallery H6 Eleven and a Half I3 Goodwin Gallery C5 Retrospect Galleries G1 Bruno Dahl Gallery B9 Mayne Gallery D8 Xin Art Galerie H7 Eye Contemporary GreenStage Gallery B4 RHG NYC H2 Camburn Fine Art A6 Mint Art Gallery G8 Art Gallery J4 Cameron Contemporary Art G4
W H AT ’ S O N KEY W E D 8 M AY C R E AT I V E S T U D I O 6 – 7pm Talking Mental Health REBAL ANCE ROOM 7 – 7.30pm Small Acts of Self-Care INFO DESK T H U 9 M AY F R I 1 0 M AY 10 – 10.30am Energising Yoga Flow Energising Yoga Flow 11.30am Morning Mindfulness Tour Morning Mindfulness Tour 12, 2 & 4pm Print Workshops Print Workshops 12 – 1pm Calming Collages Wellbeing in the Wilderness 1.30 – 2.30pm Picasso Portraiture Landscapes of the Mind 2pm Tour du Jour Tour du Jour Breathe In and Bliss Breathe In and Bliss 2 – 2.30pm Out Breathwork Out Breathwork And Breathe: Reasons to Escape with Art: Creating 3 – 3.30pm Change your Life with Art a Life Better Lived 3 – 4.30pm Art as Escapism And Breathe: Reasons to Escape with Art: Creating 4 – 4.30pm Change your Life with Art a Life Better Lived 5 – 6.30pm Calming Kaleidoscopes 7 – 8.30pm Pop-up Cinema: The Ponds 7.30 – 8.30pm Painting Masterclass S AT 11 M AY S U N 12 M AY Breathe In and Bliss 10 – 10.30am Energising Yoga Flow Out Breathwork 11.30am Morning Mindfulness Tour Morning Mindfulness Tour 12 & 2pm Print Workshops Print Workshops How to Turn a Bad Day into 12 – 1.30pm Doodle-a-day a Good Drawing 12 – 4pm Common Ground Common Ground Jackson’s Open Painting 1 – 1.30pm Reflective Parenting Prize Panel 2pm Tour du Jour Tour du Jour Breathe In and Bliss 2 – 2.30pm Energising Yoga Flow Out Breathwork 2 – 3.30pm Family Art Therapy Talking Mental Health 3 – 3.30pm Purposeful Play Imagined Landscapes Q&A 4pm Print Workshop 4 – 4.30pm Creativity and Wellbeing Imagined Landscapes Q&A 4 – 5.30pm Therapeutic Dharma Wheels Mindful Mandalas
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