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Battersea Park, 15 – 18 March 2012


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Beckie Reed. Seclusion. Acrylic and enamel on canvas. 100 x 100 cm £2,450. Byard Art

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A WORD FROM THE FAIR DIRECTOR PRINTS AND THE DIGITAL REVOLUTION TALK THE TALK FIN, FUR, FEATHER – WORKSHOPS SUM OF SUBSTANCE – JOTTA LOVE ART LONDON’S GUIDE TO COLLECTING DEVON SENT EXHIBITOR LIST PROGRAMME OF EVENTS STAND PLAN

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A WORD FROM FAIR DIRECTOR, NICKY WHEELER

Hello, and welcome to the Affordable Art Fair! There’s nothing quite like strolling through Battersea Park on a crisp spring day, especially when it’s towards the Affordable Art Fair marquee – brimming, as ever, with a whole host of wonderful works of art. Before you enter though, be sure to take a moment to take in the sense of calm that Battersea Park is blessed with. It wasn’t always this way: the area used to be a rather popular spot for duelling, and apparently the first ever football game was played here back in 1864. Who knew! But today it’s home to the Affordable Art Fair, and this March is going to be a cracker. For this issue of the Fair Guide, we’re going behind the scenes to find out what it’s like to exhibit at the fair. We’ve followed three galleries – Hybrid, Coombe Gallery and Marine House at Beer – on their journeys up from different parts of Devon. From the planning stages months in advance to the return home, it’s a tale of late nights, adrenaline and, for one lucky gallerist, a memorable encounter with Joanna Lumley. What a tough old life it is as an art dealer... Elsewhere, we’re also delighted to welcome the return of online art community jotta, who have once again curated an emerging artist showcase right at the front of the marquee. This time they’re exploring the idea of value in art, and with the recent recordbreaking auctions at Christie’s (including a Francis Bacon for a whopping £21 million), this couldn’t be more perfectly timed.

On the topical note, we’re also looking at the way the art world is responding to the digital revolution. David Hockney’s iPad drawings are the most high-profile example of this, but lots of other artists are also utilising the potential of new technological breakthroughs to produce some amazing works of art. At the Affordable Art Fair, there are a number of galleries showing works that demonstrate the versatility of digital printing. For our friends on Facebook, we ran a pre-fair competition inviting our visitors to share their pride in their purchases with us. We really wanted to know what it was that moved you to purchase a piece of original art, why you loved it, and what art brought to your lives and your homes. Many of the responses have been truly uplifting. Even though the competition is now over, we’d love to hear from you – what you bought and why you love it – so do join in by ‘liking’ us on Facebook. Enjoy the fair!

Nicky Wheeler, Fair Director


There’s no doubt about it, we live in digital times. Television’s much publicised digital change-over is of course approaching fast, but already Britons apparently now spend an average of one whole day a month online, whilst no less than 30 million of us are registered on Facebook – that’s half the population! In some ways, the move away from analogue is a saddening development – certainly Tacita Dean’s elegant installation in the Turbine Hall at Tate Modern argues persuasively for the continuing power of film in the face of the digital revolution. But on the other hand, many artists are embracing the possibilities that new technology offers us, exploiting its potential to produce new and innovative works.

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Artists are an inquisitive bunch, and art has long sought to position itself on the cutting edge of technological developments. The history of art is

Artistic printmaking falls into broadly two categories: ‘relief’ (where the ink covers the protruding surfaces of the plate – the areas untouched by the artist); and ‘intaglio’ (where the ink fills the recessed areas, incised from the plate by the artist). Intaglio techniques include engraving, etching and drypoint – which you can try out for yourself at our printmaking workshops, whilst relief printing includes woodcut and linocut. Other techniques include screenprinting, where the ink is pushed through a screen, a process made famous by the Pop Art imagery of Andy Warhol. But less important than the exact process are the different effects associated with different printing

Kristjana S Williams. Fuglar og Fidrildin (Butterfly). Giclée print Edition of 50. 42 x 42 cm. £115. Ouline Editions

PRINTS, AND THE DIGITAL REVOLUTION

packed with examples of artists experimenting with the new: the invention of photography in the 1820s, for example, led to a proliferation of artistic interest in this new-fangled process. A few years earlier, Romantic poet and artist William Blake even invented his very own form of relief etching in order to give life to his unique visions. Whilst painting and drawing have remained relatively unchanged for centuries, it’s in Blake’s field – printmaking – that technological advancements are most obviously felt. Digital printing is simply the latest in a long line of developments that has, over the years, encompassed the invention of engraving by 15th century German goldsmiths, and playwright Alois Senefelder’s fortuitous invention of lithography in 1796.


techniques. A famous example is that of Albrecht Durer who produced only three drypoint prints before abandoning the technique in favour of the woodblocks for which he is still perhaps best known. Meanwhile, Picasso, Matisse and Miro all favoured lithographs – a technique well-suited to map-making and one that MC Escher is often considered to have mastered. Blake’s decision to invent a new technique of his own just shows how important the different effects can be. This is where the digital print fits in, a concept which can cause confusion. What exactly is a digital print and how does it differ from a reproduction? Fortunately it’s actually quite simple. If a print was designed by the artist using some form of computer software it then classifies as digital art, sometimes referred to as a giclée or giclée print. Perhaps the most high-profile recent example is David Hockney, whose colour-saturated iPad drawings of the countryside around his native Yorkshire have drawn huge crowds to the Royal Academy of Arts. Like an engraving or a screenprint, choosing to use digital tools is simply a question of technique, with each process bestowing its own unique characteristics on the finished works. Hockney’s iPad works, for example, have a flatness to them, which distinguishes them from his ‘handmade’ drawings or paintings. Even so, sometimes the results can fool even the artist who produced them: “sometimes I

AT THIS YEAR’S INSTALMENT OF THE FAIR, A HOST OF GALLERIES ARE SHOWING WORK THAT EXPLORES THE POSSIBILITIES OF THE DIGITAL REVOLUTION get so carried away,” Hockney has said, “I wipe my fingers at the end thinking that I’ve got paint on them.” The key thing to remember is that, like any other method of printing, this kind of digital print is an original work, not a reproduction. A reproduction is simply a copy of an already existing work of art, like a poster for example. But things can get a little complicated because sometimes these copies are numbered and signed by the artist. Thankfully, the Affordable Art Fair is proud to promote only original art, so no such reproductions are ever on display here. At this year’s instalment of the fair, a host of galleries are showing work that explores the possibilities of the digital revolution. jotta, My Life in Art, Outline Editions and Eyestorm are all at the forefront of this development in contemporary art. Eyestorm, and jotta exist primarily online, whilst over at GAS Gallery one to keep an eye open for is Delphine Lebourgeois. She produces high quality digital prints on etching paper. Limited to editions of just 20, these bright and elegantly mysterious works combine the exciting possibilities of digital printing with an aesthetic of timeless beauty.


LOVE ART LONDON A series of interesting and fun talks led by Love Art London will take place throughout the fair – everything from a specially designed ‘Art Crawl’ on Thursday evening to daily Egg Timer Tours of galleries. Meet at the Love Art London stand near the entrance. Love Art London’s Egg Timer Tour Every day, 12.30pm We’ll be introducing you to a handpicked selection of 10 galleries in 1 hour, giving each just 5 minutes to talk about an artist or artwork they particularly love. With one eye on the egg timer, galleries don’t have time to waffle, making this a fun and highly informative whistle-stop tour.

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TALK THE TALK

Love Art London’s Art Crawl Special in association with Laithwaites Thursday 15 March – Late View, 7pm Following the same format as our egg timer tour, Love Art London’s Art Crawl includes mini wine tasting sessions along the way thrown in for good measure. The wine buffs from Laithwaites will also have one eye on the egg timer, having just 5 minutes to tell you everything you need to know about the wines you’ll be swigging. Over 18s only. PRINTMAKING Q&AS Printmaking Techniques Explained with Melvyn Petterson Thursday, Friday and Sunday at 1pm in the Print Studio If etchings and edition numbers leave you scratching your head in confusion, pop along to this informal Q&A to find out more about the art of printmaking and quiz Melvyn on printmaking techniques. All talks operate on a first come, first served basis. The talks are all informal and you will be able to ask the speaker any questions you may have at the end.


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Creatures in Clay with Ros Davis Sunday 18 March, 3pm Join ceramicist and art teacher Ros to create your own clay creature using air dry clay. Be prepared to get your hands dirty!

We love all creatures great and small at the Affordable Art Fair and even let you bring your dog along to enjoy the artwork! This spring our Education Programme is animal themed too – come along to the Education Space at any time to get creative or join in one of our hands-on workshops to create your own masterpiece.

ONE TO WATCH… iPad Art Demonstration with Mik Godley Saturday 1.30pm in the Print Studio Join iPad art expert Mik Godley as he demonstrates how to create an artistic masterpiece using an iPad, a technique much in the spotlight as a result of the current David Hockney exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts.

HANDS-ON Barking Mad Collage with Samantha Barnes Friday 16 March, 3pm Join artist Samantha Barnes to explore the art of collage – glueing, sticking, drawing, painting and making a delicious mess! Taking a piece of her work as inspiration, you will create your own doggie collage to take away with you.

PRINT STUDIO Drypoint Printmaking with Artichoke Thursday & Friday at 12, 2 & 4pm Saturday at 12, 2.30 & 4.30pm Sunday at 12 & 2 pm Join our resident printmaking experts Artichoke to try your hand at drypoint printmaking and take away your own creation.

Magical Monoprinting with Tor Hildyard Saturday 17 March, 3pm Monoprinting gives a fantastic introduction to printmaking that you can easily try at home too! Tor, a prize-winning printmaker, will help you explore printmaking using found materials, to create exciting prints inspired by the shapes formed by animals, birds and fishes.

KIDS’ ACTIVITY PACKS Based around the animal theme, these packs are filled with a range of arty activities to help children from 4 to 11 discover art in fun, new ways.

All workshops are free of charge and operate on a first come, first served basis. Children must be supervised by a responsible adult at all times and cannot be left unaccompanied at workshops.


SUM OF SUBSTANCE CURATED BY JOTTA In some ways there’s no better time to explore the idea of value in the art world – so soon after Christie’s record-smashing week of auctions in February – and there’s certainly no better place than an art fair. How does one put a price on a work of art? What other values – ethical, political, historical – can art convey?

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These are the questions being asked right now by contemporary arts organisation, jotta, who have curated an exhibition of work by recent graduates at the very front of the Affordable Art Fair marquee. Entitled ‘Sum of Substance’, the exhibition features work across a range of media – painting, sculpture, ceramics, digital prints – by a host of the most promising young artists in the country.

Meanwhile, Bayly Shelton questions our preconceptions with his series entitled ‘This is Not a Painting’. At first glance the works are characteristically ‘painterly’, but they are in fact screenprints – a medium still largely associated with the immediacy of Pop Art. Interestingly though, unlike most prints, each of these is a unique object – just like a painting.

These may be young artists but they’re already making names for themselves. Lisa Selby has shown her strange sculptural constructions at La Scatola Gallery and Sara Hibbert has exhibited at Hoxton Art Gallery (both in London’s East End); whilst Georgina McNamara was featured in the prestigious New Contemporaries; and Joanna Mires has had work displayed at both the Zabludowicz Collection and the Victoria and Albert Museum.

This being an art fair of course, all of these works are for sale, and because the artists on show are largely in the early stages of their careers, they stand a good chance of increasing in value. In that regard of course, the final decision regarding the complex nature of value is all yours.

A running theme is the fusion of popular culture with the traditional values of art history, and is particularly evident in the works of Solveig Einarsdottir and Joey Holder. Einarsdottir presents a Mr Whippy ice-cream made out of the kind of plaster more associated with Rococo interiors, whilst Holder combines oils with enamels and spray paint with eye-popping results. 8 9

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Launched in September 2008 in association with Central Saint Martins and University of the Arts London, jotta is an award-winning community of practising artists, designers and other creative types. jotta exists online in the form of jotta.com as well as offline through various events, exhibitions and specially commissioned projects. jottaContemporary is the branch of jotta that focuses on promoting current students or recent graduates. To find out more about jotta’s art advisory and exhibition services visit contemporary.jotta.com.


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1 Aglae Bassens, MFA, Slade School of Fine Art

11 Joey Holder, MFA, Goldsmiths

2 Bayly Shelton, BA, Camberwell College of Art

12 Joachim Sefzick, MA, Camberwell College of Arts

3 Gareth Owen Lloyd, MA, Goldsmiths

13 Paul Gallagher, BA, Camberwell College of Arts

4 Georgina McNamara, MA, Central Saint Martins

14 Sam Robinson, BA, Wimbledon College of Art

5 Tintin Cooper, MA, Slade School of Fine Art

15 Sara Hibbert, BA, Kingston

6 Lisa Selby, MFA, Goldsmiths

16 Song Nian Ang, BA, Camberwell College of Arts

7 Joe Crowdy, Chelsea College of Art and Design

17 Sophie Percival, Chelsea College of Art & Design

8 Joanna Mires, BA, Camberwell College of Arts

18 Solveig Einarsdottir, MFA, Glasgow School of Art

9 Christopher Mayer, Wimbledon College of Art

19 Irina de Bertier de Sauvigny, MA, London College

10 Chloe Sells, MFA, Central Saint Martins

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LOVE ART LONDON’S GUIDE TO COLLECTING

COMPARE THE MEERKAT! With so many galleries vying for your attention, the art world now offers more choice than ever. And whether your budget is £40 or £4,000 there really is something for everyone. With so much choice you’re in a very strong position to shop around so take your time. Top tip: bring a note book and a pen. EDITIONS If you’re a first timer, buying an editioned artwork, be it a print or a sculpture, can offer a very affordable entry point. Always enquire as to the size of an edition as sometimes this information is not explicit. As a general rule of thumb, the smaller the edition the better.

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TRUST YOUR GUT You don’t need to be Jamie Oliver to know that when you see food that looks good, the chances are it tastes good. By the same token you don’t need to be Charles Saatchi to spot a great work of art. If a piece of art speaks to you there are probably a number of reasons why, so try and explore them. Perhaps it’s the execution, the technique, the medium, the subject or the message that strikes a chord. In some instances you may not know why you’re drawn to a particular work and in our experience this element of mystery has led to some of our favourite acquisitions. Like any leap of faith, acting upon your instinct takes courage, so be brave!


IMPULSE & INSTINCT Don’t confuse the two. Impulsive decisions are based on superficial information and can come back to bite you. Instinct on the other hand is the nagging feeling you have deep down that tells you if something is a good idea or a bad idea. Take your time and trust your instincts - more often than not they’re right. LOVE FIRST, INVESTMENT SECOND Focusing entirely on investment potential can be exhausting and bleed the passion from your collecting experience. When you splash out on a new pair of limited edition Christian Louboutins you don’t give a hoot that their value depreciates as soon as they’re out of the box. The reason you buy them is because you can’t bear to leave them in the shop. That said, when in twenty years time you discover your killer heels are highly collectable and worth ten times the price you paid, you’ll probably jump for joy. Buying art is a fun, emotionally rewarding and fascinating journey. TALK, TALK, TALK Galleries love talking to new people about their artists – if they don’t then something’s up! And like anything in life it’s easy to spot someone speak-


ing from the heart and someone trying to make a quick buck. Finding out as much as you can about an artist is crucial, but don’t just read the jargonsaturated press release, speak to a human being. Any gallerist worth their salt will be able to tell you lots of interesting personal stuff about the artist’s life and practice, where they work, if they’ve won awards or prizes, where they studied, what they’re currently working on and what they had for breakfast. Also, don’t be afraid to ask for advice on framing, delivery and installation too, galleries are there to help. Remember you’re the customer so ask as many questions as you like!

www.loveartlondon.com Jamie Lumley. Wilton’s Music Hall. Photograph mounted on aluminium Edition of 25. 51 x 76 cm. £1,275. The Cynthia Corbett Gallery

THE HORSE’S MOUTH Join one of Love Art London’s eye-opening egg timer tours at the Affordable Art Fair and we’ll introduce you to a handpicked selection of 10 galleries in 1 hour. Each gallery has just 5 minutes to inspire you – with one eye on the egg timer there’s no time to waffle, making this a fun and highly informative whistle-stop tour.

LOVE ART LONDON MEMBERSHIP OFFER Become a member of Love Art London at the Affordable Art Fair and access our fantastic programme of artist talks, studio visits and behind the scenes tours throughout the year. Love Art London is offering a 15% discount to all Affordable Art Fair visitors. Find our stand in the main entrance and become a member today!

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DEVON SENT

As the name suggests, the most important thing about the Affordable Art Fair is the art. But in some ways, it’s also just as much about the people; not only the artists whose creativity and imagination produces all the wonderful works on show, but also the gallerists, many of whom travel far and wide to bring the art they love to people who, hopefully, will love it too. Among the 120 or so galleries who have come from as far away as Europe and Canada to take part in this instalment of the fair are three who have made the journey up to London from Devon. For Jacqueline Hollister, last year’s trip to Battersea (seated high up in a big van) was something of a homecoming, as Hybrid – the gallery she runs with Tim Woolgar – was previously based on Columbia Road in East London. They’ve now been open for six years in the market town of Honiton, famous for its many antique shops, and have shown at the Affordable Art Fair Bristol for the past three years.

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For them the process of exhibiting starts long before the fair itself. “We have an idea of our core of

artists to show from a year in advance,” explains Jacqueline, “but we start planning in earnest from January.” This involves working closely with their three main artists, Richard Adams, Irene Jones and Rachel Ross, all of whom paint works especially for the fair, treating it, Jacqueline says, “like an exhibition”. Jacqueline and Tim aren’t the only ones making the long drive from that part of the world. Mark Riley and team also journey up in a van, the four of them squashed in together, crosswords in hand to while away the hours. Mark runs Coombe Gallery in Dartmouth, an area of outstanding natural beauty, that he admits they’re “very fortunate” to live in. They’ve been showing at the Affordable Art Fair for seven years now, and look to bring a broad range of work with them to each fair – from paintings to ceramics – but that variety can


make the whole packing process a little tricky. “It’s a nightmare!” Mark admits, joking that he sometimes wishes they only brought “one wallbased artist with all work done in only three sizes on nice lightweight canvas, but where’s the challenge in that?” Meanwhile Mike Lambert has been showing at Affordable Art Fair since the fair’s second year, and in that time has clearly got this aspect of proceedings down to a T. “We use re-usable silver bags, which make life much easier, and a local courier service to deliver to the show and collect after the show.” The sensible-sounding Mike runs Marine House at Beer, located in a beautiful fishing village on the Jurassic Coast. Last year saw Mike sell his 1,000th picture at the Affordable Art Fair, Battersea Park – quite some achievement!

Laurel Keeley. Pauline’s Garden. Acrylics on board. 30 x 40 cm. £750 Coombe Gallery

Like Mark, he too understands the importance of variety, aiming to offer “a wide selection of styles, sizes and price.” Part of this focus on range is due to the diversity of people who visit the Affordable Art Fair and the range of tastes found in a city as large as London. Mike observes, for example,

THIS FOCUS ON RANGE IS DUE TO THE DIVERSITY OF PEOPLE WHO VISIT THE FAIR THE RANGE OF TASTES FOUND IN A CITY AS LARGE AS LONDON that “strongly abstract work often popular in London is very much a minority interest here in Devon.” Mark agrees: “there is definitely less scope for abstract art in Dartmouth.” Once in London, the gallerists largely head straight to Battersea to set up their stands (a process which generally takes from the Tuesday lunchtime to late Wednesday afternoon) before going their separate ways. Mark stays with friends in Notting Hill, whilst Jacqueline does the same in Pimlico. “All we really do there,” she says, “is flop and sleep!” Which is hardly surprising as it’s clearly a hectic week. “It’s a very social time,” she


Charlie O’Sullivan. Under African Skies. Acrylic on wood 40 x 40 cm. £1,295. Marine House at Beer

continues. “Not only do customers visit us to catch up, but friends come along and artists too. They’ll stay on and we’ll go and eat and chew the cud after the day’s close. There’s lots of late nights, high adrenaline and exhaustion.”

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But it’s all worth it – for what Mike terms “the buzz”. This is the time, for all three, when the importance of people comes to the fore. “We send out many invitations to regulars,” Mike says, “and it’s a real pleasure meeting them every year.” Mark agrees. “It’s fun, definitely. Plus, renewing old acquaintances and seeing what’s new on the scene is inspiring.” Similarly, for Jacqueline, “It’s great to talk with people when they fall in love with a work and share our passion for a particular artist’s vision of the world.”

Hybrid gallery

And in some cases, there’s an extra-special reward. Tim’s fair last year at Battersea was enlivened even more than usual by Joanna Lumley’s arrival at the Hybrid stand, drawn in by one of Rachel Ross’ exquisite paintings of spoons. Apparently, according to Jacqueline, after a brief chat with the much-loved actress, Tim was left “grinning, and just saying she smelt lovely!” Star encounters aside, the Affordable Art Fair must be a tiring time for the exhibitors. Whilst visitors can happily trot home at the end of a day at the fair, gallerists are here for the best part of a week. By the time Mark gets back home to Dartmouth, he admits to feeling “tired physically after the long drive, but buzzing with ideas and contacts for the year ahead.” Jacqueline and Tim often don’t get home until midnight or later on the Sunday night: “we load as quickly as possible but somehow we’re always one of the last to leave!” And then it’s time for a well-earned rest: “we give ourselves a few days off, we need it, we are both absolutely exhausted.” Coombe Gallery: Stand I12 Hybrid: Stand L3 Marine House at Beer: Stand A7

Mélanie Bourget. Women’s Face. Raku fired clay. 40 cm high. £800. Hybrid


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EXHIBITOR LIST Alexander Gallery – G1 Bristol alexander-gallery.co.uk 0117 973 9582 Image: Aldo Balding

Allouard Gallery – H2 Ixelles, Belgium allouard-gallery.com +32 4 7440 9415 Image: Joanna Glazer

Art ★ – I9 art8star.co.uk 07976 294 985 Image: Sophie Newnham

The Art Movement – F8 London art-movement.com 07973 692 494 Image: Mark MacKinnon

ArtDog London – A3 London artdoglondon.co.uk 07903 194 591 Image: Philip Maitman

Artêria – H5 Bromont, Canada arteriagallery.com +1 514 543 5864 Image: Francis Koch

Artichoke – A9 London artichokeprintmaking.com 020 7924 0600 Image: Kate Boxer

Artists of Russia – K7 Surrey artistsofrussia.com 01428 604822 Image: Olga Oreshnikov


The Barker Gallery – D7 Berkshire thebarkergallery.com 01753 865265 Image: Jon Barker

Beaux Arts Bath – E7 Bath beauxartsbath.co.uk 01225 464850 Image: Chuck Elliott

Bell Fine Art – B9 Hampshire bellfineart.co.uk 01962 860439 Image: Peter Heard

Bernard Chauchet Contemp Art – L11 London chauchet.com 07711 436 868 Image: Claude Chauchet

Beyond the Sea – E1 Cornwall beyondthesea.co.uk 01841 533588 Image: Michael Saunders

The Bill Philip Gallery – L7 West Sussex billphilipphotography.com 01903 883985 Image: Bill Philip

bo.lee gallery – H8 Bath bo-lee.co.uk 07970 492 858 Image: Tom Chambers

Bowlish Gallery – J7 Somerset bowlishgallery.co.uk 01749 343914 Image: Miche Gray-Newton

Brita Prinz Arte – L4 Madrid, Spain britaprinzarte.com +34 91 522 18 21 Image: Jacinto Moros


Broadway Modern – J6 Worcestershire john-noott.com 01386 858969 Image: Sally Martin SEA

Bruno Dahl Gallery – C7 Ebeltoft, Denmark brunodahl.dk +45 50 80 95 94 Image: Mikael Kihlman

Byard Art – H14 Cambridge byardart.co.uk 01223 464646 Image: Beckie Reed

Cameron Contemporary Art – F6 Hove cameroncontemporaryart.com 01273 227697 Image: Kirsty Wither

Capital Culture – D10 London capitalculture.eu 020 3268 2184 Image: John Kenny

Carina Haslam Art – H7 Great Missenden carinahaslamart.com 01494 866914 Image: Colin Willey

Catharine Miller – K6 London catharinemiller.com 07801 645 826 Image: Rebecca Fontaine-Wolf

Catherine Porter Fine Art – F3 London catherineportergallery.com 07712 531 726 Image: Judy McKenna

Cohesion Glassmakers’ Network – A4 Tyne and Wear cohesionglassnetwork.org 01915 653806 Image: Michael Janis


Colourbox – C4 Otley reltonmarine.com 01943 468989 Image: Relton Marine

The Contemporary London – F5 London thecontemporarylondon.com 020 7589 8995 Image: Ernesto Canovas

Coombe Gallery – I12 Devon coombegallery.com 01803 835820 Image: Bill Bate

Cricket Fine Art – B8 London cricketfineart.co.uk 020 7352 2733 Image: Dooze Storey

Cynthia Corbett Gallery – C12 London thecynthiacorbettgallery.com 020 8947 6782 Image: Tom Leighton

Dadbrook Gallery – L8 Buckinghamshire dadbrookgallery.co.uk 01844 292459 Image: Brenda Hartill

Doinel Gallery – G12 London doinelgallery.com 07515 669 844 Image: Brad Wilson

The Doorway Gallery – C1 Dublin, Ireland thedoorwaygallery.com +353 1 7645895 Image: Lucy Doyle

DREIPUNKT EDITION – G2 Munich, Germany dreipunkt-edition.de +49 176 23107814 Image: Kristiane Semar


The Drugstore Gallery – F9 Somerset thedrugstoregallery.com 01934 732588 Image: Barry Cawston

Duncan R Miller Fine Arts – D1 London duncanmiller.com 020 7839 8806 Image: Ann Oram

Edgar Modern – E10 Bath edgarmodern.com 07940 597 757 Image: Henrietta Dubrey

Edinburgh Printmakers – J2 Edinburgh edinburgh-printmakers.co.uk 0131 557 2479 Image: Alasdair Gray

Edition3 – C3 Oxford edition3.co.uk 01865 331365 Image: Jane Peart

Enid Lawson Gallery – L5 London enidlawsongallery.co.uk 020 7583 9499 Image: Andrew Painter

Eyestorm – H11 London eyestorm.com 0845 643 2001 Image: Jacky Tsai

First Contemporary – A10 Bristol firstcontemporary.com 0117 972 3098 Image: Catherine Monmarson

Fiumano Fine Art – I7 London fiumanofineart.com 07974 092 993 Image: Amelia Ciriello


Foss Fine Art – J8 London fossfineart.com 020 7738 0838 Image: Nicholas Turner RWA

Four Square Fine Arts – B4 East Sussex foursquarearts.co.uk 01273 474005 Image: Margaret Cahill

Fourwalls Contemporary Art – K9 London four-walls.co.uk 020 8776 5122 Image: Joanna Charlotte

Frames Gallery – H1 Perth framesgallery.co.uk 01738 631085 Image: CP Campbell

Francis Iles – B5 Kent francis-iles.com 01634 843081 Image: John Scarland

Francois GIRAUDEAU Gallery – G4 Les Portes En Re, France francoisgiraudeau.com + 33 6 08 46 68 97 Image: Alain Longeaud

The French Art Studio – C10 London thefrenchartstudio.com 020 7603 9862 Image: Jef Aerosol

Gagliardi Gallery – C14 London gagliardi.org 020 7352 3663 Image: Francesco Ruspoli

Galería Summers – E3 Madrid, Spain galeriasummers.com +34 61 643 78 42 Image: Zinnia Clavo


Galerie Envie d’Art – H10 London enviedart.com 020 7589 8200 Image: Mikael Lafontan

Galleri Final – D6 Malmoe, Sweden gallerifinal.se +46 40 30 78 36 Image: Johan Petterson

GalleryOne – L1 Surrey gallery-one.co.uk 01428 609001 Image: Victoria Graimes

GAS Gallery – F2 London gasgallery.co.uk 07950 415 422 Image: Delphine Lebourgeois

Go Figurative – J11 London gofigurative.com 07500 906 493 Image: Andrew McNeile Jones

Grandy Art – J4 London grandyart.com 07789 264 998 Image: Guy Allen

Greenstage Gallery – I6 Worcester greenstagegallery.co.uk 01885 490839 Image: Beth Richardson

GX Gallery – L14 London gxgallery.com 020 7703 8396 Image: Michael Sole

Hicks Gallery – L10 London hicksgallery.co.uk 020 8944 7171 Image: Amy Judd


Hybrid – L3 Devon hybrid-devon.co.uk 01404 43201 Image: Rachel Ross

James Freeman Gallery – E11 London jamesfreemangallery.com 020 7226 3300 Image: Luca Sangjun Kim

John Iddon Fine Art – J9 Surrey johniddonfineart.com 020 8940 7741 Image: Justine Smith

Josie Eastwood Fine Art – I11 Winchester josieeastwood.com 01962 776677 Image: Angela Findlay

Le Siants Galerie – I2 Barcelona, Spain lesiants.com +34 66 486 14 1 4 Image: Markus Haub

Lilford Gallery – K11 Kent lilfordgallery.com 01227 639086 Image: Leigh Mulley

Lime Tree Gallery – B1 Bristol limetreegallery.com 0117 929 2527 Image: David Smith RSW

Linda Blackstone – J10 Hertfordshire lindablackstone.com 07860 543 535 Image: Susan Macarthur

Mae Gallery – D2 Hampshire maegallery.com 01730 268697 Image: Louise Braithwaite


Manya Igel Fine Arts – L12 London manyaigelfinearts.com 020 7229 1669 Image: Julian Bailey NEAC

Marine House at Beer – A7 Devon marinehouseatbeer.co.uk 01297 625257 Image: David Chambers

Mark Jason Gallery – D12 London markjasongallery.com 020 7258 5800 Image: Pamela Stretton

MAUGER MODERN ART – E9 London maugermodern.com 07590 527 332 Image: Brett Goldstar

MORGAN-DAVIES ART – A6 London morgandaviesart.com 07773 593 122 Image: Rakerman

My Life in Art – H12 London mylifeinart.com 07751 233 695 Image: Johnny Christmas

Narwhal Inuit Art Gallery & NIAEF – A2 London www.narwhalgallery.com 020 8747 1575 Image: Ohotaq Mikkigak

Neville Contemporary Art – B6 Hampshire artneville.com 01420 488912 Image: Justine Formentelli

Nicholas Bowlby – L13 East Sussex nicholasbowlby.co.uk 01892 667809 Image: David Fawcett


Offenart – E5 Wiltshire offenart.com 07879 480 269 Image: Anne Gardner

Olivia Connelly – L6 Brighton oliviaconnelly.com 07939 841 451 Image: Gustavo Ortiz

Outline Editions – F4 outline-editions.co.uk 020 8451 3400 Image: Patrick Thomas

Portal Painters – I8 London portalpainters.co.uk 020 7286 0940 Image: Louise Higgins

Priory Gallery Broadway – D11 Worcestershire priorybroadway.com 01386 853783 Image: Bruce Yardley

Quantum Contemporary Art – H15 London quantumart.co.uk 020 7498 6868 Image: Emmie Van Biervliet

Raquelle Azran Vietnamese Contemporary Fine Art – D5 New York, USA artnet.com/razran.html 07906 638 640 Image: Vu Thu Hien

Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery – G14 London r-h-g.co.uk 020 7436 4899 Image: Rebecca Jewell

Red Gallery – B2 Buckinghamshire redgallery.co.uk 07799 642 755 Image: Paul Lemmon


Redleaf Gallery – I3 Kent redleafgallery.com 01892 526695 Image: Peter Keizer

Retrospect Galleries – J12 Queensland, Australia retrospectgalleries.com +61 7 5538 8825 Image: Lisa Lee

Rostra & Rooksmoor Galleries – L2 Bath rostragallery.co.uk 01225 448121 Image: Patrick Edgeley

Sarah O’Kane Contemporary Fine Art – D3 East Sussex stannesgalleries.com 01273 407119 Image: Nick Bodimeade

scotlandart.com galleries – A12 Glasgow | Edinburgh scotlandart.com 0141 221 4502 Image: James McDonald

Scottish Art Portfolio – J1 Renfrewshire scottishartportfolio.co.uk 01505 612077 Image: Dionne Sievewright

Shine Artists – F11 London shineartists.com 07957 346 729 Image: Wen Wu

Shirley Crowther contemporary art – K4 Sussex shirleycrowtherart.com 01273 841244 Image: Gilly McCadden

Sheridan Russell Gallery – A5 London sheridanrussellgallery.com 28020 8953 0908 28Image: Stephen Page


Sol Art Gallery – K2 Dublin solart.ie +353 1 6750972 Image: Elaine Hoey

StandARTE – J3 Madrid, Spain galeriaestandarte.com +34 654 85 01 09 Image: Leticia Felgueroso

Stark Gallery – K8 Canterbury starkgallery.com 01227 767128 Image: Jo Louca

Tallantyre Gallery – A1 Northumberland tallantyre-gallery.co.uk 01670 517214 Image: Roisin O’Farrell

Tanya Baxter Contemporary – I14 London kingsroadartgallery.com 07961 360 407 Image: Yin Xin

Tracey McNee Fine Art – K5 Glasgow traceymcnee.com 07950 335 737 Image: Claire Donaldson

Triangle – E6 London hensher.co.uk/triangle 020 8673 0026 Image: Meg Dutton

View Art Gallery – K1 Bristol viewartgallery.co.uk 05603 116753 Image: Clare Ferguson-Walker

W H Patterson – F1 London whpatterson.com 020 7629 4119 Image: Karl Martens


Wanrooij Gallery – G11 The Netherlands wanrooijgallery.com +31 6 457 00 280 Image: Anna Tas

White Space Art – C5 Devon whitespaceart.com 01803 864088 Image: Sarah Bowman

Will’s Art Warehouse – A14 / C8 London wills-art.com 020 8246 4840 Image: Jane Perkins

Woodbine Contemporary Arts – D9 Uppingham woodbinecontemporaryarts.co.uk 01406 330693 Image: Ceri Auckland-Davies

Woolff Gallery – E12 London woolffgallery.co.uk 020 7631 0551 Image: Russell West

Wren Gallery – I10 Oxfordshire wrenfineart.com 01993 823495 Image: Claire McKnight

Zebra Gallery – H3 London zebraonegallery.com 020 7794 1281 Image: Fergus Greer


St Mungo’s calendar of events 2012-13 For more information Visit www.mungos.org/events Email events@mungos.org or call 020 8762 5582

The Gold Challenge Get sponsored to try your hand at up to 30 sports from Archery to Wrestling and everything in between

Parachuting Take the plunge with an exhilarating 10,000ft skydive

BUPA London 10k An amazing opportunity to run this 10km route, which will form part of the course for the London 2012 Olympics marathon

Kilimanjaro Challenge Can you conquer the highest freestanding mountain in the world and Africa’s highest peak!

London-Paris Cycle Challenge Join hundreds of other cyclists on a 4 day cycle through the English and French countryside before finishing down the Champs Elysees on Bastille Day

Royal Parks Half Marathon Run this beautiful race in our capital city

Woolly Hat Day

All over UK

All over UK

London

Tanzania

London & Paris

London

Get your hats on to help homeless people!!

All over UK

St Mungo’s Carol Concert and Champagne Reception

London

Join us for our annual concert in the fabulous setting of St Bride’s Church, Fleet Street

Husky Trail Challenge Sled over 200km with your own team of huskies and live for a week as the Laplanders do

Norway


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SATURDAY 17 MARCH

PROGRAMME OF EVENTS

Printmaking Workshops with Artichoke Print Studio 12, 2.30 & 4.30pm

THURSDAY 15 MARCH

Love Art London’s Egg Timer Tour Meet at Love Art London, entrance marquee 12.30pm

Printmaking Workshops with Artichoke Print Studio 12, 2 & 4pm

iPad Art Demonstration with Mik Godley Print Studio 1.30pm

Love Art London’s Egg Timer Tour Meet at Love Art London, entrance marquee 12.30pm

Fin, Fur, Feather – Monoprinting with Tor Hildyard Education Space 3pm

Printmaking Explained with Artichoke Print Studio 1pm

SUNDAY 18 MARCH

Love Art London’s Art Crawl Meet at Love Art London, entrance marquee 7pm

Printmaking Workshops with Artichoke Print Studio 12 & 2pm

FRIDAY 16 MARCH

Love Art London’s Egg Timer Tour Meet at Love Art London, entrance marquee 12.30pm

Printmaking Workshops with Artichoke Print Studio 12, 2 & 4pm

Printmaking Explained with Artichoke Print Studio 1pm

Love Art London’s Egg Timer Tour Meet at Love Art London, entrance marquee 12.30pm

Fin, Fur, Feather – Clay Sculpture with Ros Davis Education Space 3pm

Printmaking Explained with Artichoke Print Studio 1pm

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Fin, Fur, Feather – Drawing & Collage with Samantha Barnes Education Space 3pm

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