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The fair features modern and contemporary art from the UK but has a significant number of dealers who specialise in work from China, India, Japan, Russia, Poland, Serbia and the Ukraine. However, art from a whole host of other countries will also be on show. Artists include Matisse, Miró, Picasso and Chagall (all works on paper), urban art from the States, plus British 20th century favourites such as Henry Moore, David Hockney, Mary Fedden et al, together with many emerging and less well known artists whose work will be there to be discovered and enjoyed.
Known for spectacular shows of new emerging and new contemporary art in Chicago and Miami, Bridge will host its first-ever art fair in London at the luxurious Trafalgar Hotel in Trafalgar Square, concurrent with the spectacularly popular Frieze Art Fair. Bridge will take over the entire 120-room hotel, with an estimated 70-90 international exhibitors transforming the Trafalgar into a contemporary art center.
FORM is the ideal opportunity to see and buy modern and contemporary art, design, photography and sculpture - the investments of the future. Plus, dna, the emerging talent area, presents a real opportunity for buyers to get ahead of the market and find and commission unique one off pieces.
Liverpool Biennial is among the most successful art commissioning agencies in the UK, best known for presenting the UK’s largest festival of contemporary visual art established in 1998. Since its inception, the International exhibition has commissioned well over 100 new works, many for the streets and public spaces of Liverpool, by established contemporary artists from around the world.
PULSE London which took place at The Mary Ward House in London’s Bloomsbury district from 11-14 October 2007, presented a strong program of international galleries and attracted many of the world’s leading and emerging collectors. The manageable size of the fair, combined with the quality of works on show, made PULSE London a highlight during the busiest week in the city’s art calendar. The fair is the newest in the PULSE brand, which also produces fairs in Miami and New York.
SCOPE Art Fair is recognized for presenting cutting edge contemporary art featuring emerging dealers, curators and artists from around the world. For over six years SCOPE has been present making it the most comprehensive destination for the emerging art world with fairs in Miami, Basel, New York, London and the Hamptons.