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Contemporary art under £4,000

Battersea Park 20 – 23 Oct 2011 London


Paul Catherall. Oxo Red III. Screenprint. Edition of 95. 56 x 76 cm. £525 unframed Will’s Art Warehouse



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A WORD FROM FAIR DIRECTOR, NICKY WHEELER As you meander through the wide green expanse of Battersea Park, you may feel removed from the hustle and bustle of daily city life, but if the art world can be said to have a capital, then it is right here, in London. From record-breaking auctions to the world’s most respected art schools, blockbuster museum exhibitions to contemporary art fairs, London has it all, and in abundance This city is home to some of the greatest arts institutions in the world. Three of the top five most popular museums globally are here: The British Museum is riding high in second place (behind the Louvre in Paris), with Tate Modern in fourth and the National Gallery at number five. Whilst this can be partly attributed to the volume of tourists attracted to the capital every year, it also goes to show how culturally engaged we are. According to a report published by the Arts Council, 82% of Londoners have attended at least one art event in the last twelve months. London is also a driving force in the world’s art markets. This October has seen Frieze hold its ninth international art fair in Regent’s Park, and in 2011 alone Christie’s King Street sold no less than five works for over £10 million each – three Picassos, a Bacon and a Warhol. Such events make this city one of the global centres of the top-end art market: it is to London that the world flocks to buy art.

Catherine Dwyer Harvey. Rule Britannia. C-type photographic print Edition of 10. 76 x 51 cm. £695.

Away from its headline attractions the London art scene is also thriving like never before. Cork Street in Mayfair continues to warrant its reputation as home to many respected international art dealers, whilst in the east, the Hoxton and Shoreditch art landscape continues to change and grow. Down south, in Peckham, Deptford and New Cross, galleries are opening seemingly every week. With the largest commercial gallery in Europe now based in Bermondsey, this part of town is now firmly on the art map. It’s not just at the gallery level that London is buzzing; it has been claimed that there are more artists per capita in Hackney Wick than anywhere else in the world.

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Here at AAF we showcase the very best of what the capital has to offer – nearly half of the 110 gal-

leries exhibiting at the fair are based in London. These range from the venerably historic, such as Gladwell & Co, which was founded in 1752, to the young and hip, like DegreeArt and CueB, which specialise in work by forward-thinking contemporary artists. But AAF Battersea is not just about London. At the fair you’ll see a broad mix of galleries from across the UK and far beyond. International highlights include European galleries like Radar Architecture & Art and Galerie Libre Cours, and from further afield, Decorazon Gallery and West Two Gallery represent American artists. One of the best things about London is the great blend of international cultures and, by bringing all these diverse influences together, we like to think the fair reflects this. At AAF we aim to make art buying fun for both the experienced collector and the complete beginner. Collecting art should be something that gives great and lasting pleasure: the feeling of falling in love with a work of art should be the same whether you’re spending millions on a Picasso or £50 on an etching by an emerging young artist. Because it is not tied simply to price, the emotional response that comes from


buying art is quite unlike the passing thrill of, say, the latest designer handbag. Buying art is about personal reaction – it could be a seascape that reminds you of childhood holidays, a concept that somehow grabs you, or even simply a magical use of colour. Clinical psychologist Hilary Rubenstein explains how we respond to art in the same way we respond to other people. As she puts it, for art collectors such as herself, “The works become like people and really take their place in an emotional sense.” Whatever the ins and outs of an individual’s

ready mastered, coupled with a fresh approach and conceptual rigour, which attracts me, and I now own artwork from several of our graduates of recent years. There were worries the recession would kill off the capital’s thriving art scene and that London would struggle to emerge from the shadow of Hirst, Emin and the rest of the Young British Artists. These have proved unfounded: in a city with so much energy and so many world class arts colleges and universities, culture will always be at the forefront of everything London

Julia Vogl. £1,000,000 | 1,000 opinions (where would you allocate £ 1,000,000 of public spending?) Steel mechanism, rope, pvc mesh banners, Affordable Art Fair viewers opinions. Dimensions variable Recent Graduates’ Exhibition

response, art is clearly something which has the power to affect us all: since AAF was founded in 1999, nearly half a million visitors have spent £82 million on art at the UK fairs alone. Despite our twelve years of success, we strive for new ways to keep the fairs fresh and interesting. That’s one of the reasons why every October we curate and host the Recent Graduates’ Exhibition at the entrance to the fair. It not only offers a great opportunity for a selection of the UK’s best young artists to have their work seen by huge numbers of people, it also gives you, the visitor, the chance to see work by stars of the future, as their ideas continue to push our expectations of what contemporary art can be and do. It’s the level of technical skill these young artists have al-

stands for. As the appetite for affordable contemporary art grows, so do we! AAF is delighted to be launching a new fair this October a few miles north on leafy Hampstead Heath. We know how reluctant Londoners are to travel across the river, so we thought we’d make it easy for you... Welcome back to Battersea, and enjoy the fair!

Nicky Wheeler Fair Director

Viewing art is a wonderful experience, but there really is nothing quite like owning some yourself. A great piece of art is something you can continue to fall in love with everyday for the rest of your life. But working out where to begin your own collection can sometimes be daunting. Paintings, prints, photography or sculpture; by an emerging young artist or a household name: the choices are seemingly endless.

JESSICA HALL Jessica is the curator of the Recent Graduates’ Exhibition. She is giving a talk and tour to discuss the hot new talent emerging right now from UK art schools, as well as telling you more about the brilliant young artists she’s hand-selected for this year’s show.

Although appreciating and collecting art should be about personal taste, a little bit of considered advice from an expert can go a long way. Which is why AAF has enlisted a pair of art experts to help demystify different aspects of the occasionally opaque world of contemporary art.

PRINTMAKING Q&AS Join Melvyn from Artichoke Printmakers for an informal Q&A to learn a little about the processes involved in printmaking.

BEATRICE HODGKIN Beatrice is the author of ‘Affordable Contemporary Art’, an invaluable guide for first-time art collectors. She’ll be giving talks on ‘what to look for’ and ‘navigating your tastes’ – knowledge-packed but jargon-free introductions to the joys of collecting contemporary art.

In addition, The Art Fund are on hand to give you information about recommended galleries to visit and exhibitions to look out for, as well as any other art-related queries you may have. They are also offering an extra special discounted membership for AAF visitors.

Friday and Saturday 2pm, at the marquee entrance

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Sunday 2pm, at the marquee entrance

Daily 1pm, at the Printmaking Studio

All talks operate on a first come, first served basis and will last for approximately 30 minutes. The talks are all informal and you will be able to ask the speaker any questions you may have at the end.

KIDS’ ACTIVITY PACKS Based around the theme of Nature, these packs are filled with a range of arty activities to help children from 4 to 11 discover art in fun new ways. Each Affordable Art Fair sees a whole range of free, fun and informative events and activities, and the theme for this autumn’s fair is The Nature of Art. THE EDUCATION SPACE The Education Space is open throughout the fair so feel free to drop in at any time to take part in the drawing activities. We’re also hosting a series of artist-led workshops. Friday: Stylised illustration of birds with Anna Hymas Saturday: Animation using a zoetrope with Freya Pocklington Sunday: Create your own clay tile with Ros Davis Artist-led workshops at the Education Space Friday – Sunday 3pm Open access at all other times Please note: children must be accompanied by a responsible adult at all times and cannot be left unsupervised in the Education Space.

PRINTMAKING Artichoke Printmakers host daily workshops exploring the technique of drypoint printing. Create your own work of art to take away with you. Workshops at the Printmaking Studio Thursday – Saturday 12pm, 2pm & 4pm Sunday 12pm & 2pm SCULPTURE Kaleidoscope is running special workshops to give a unique insight into the workings of a professional sculptor’s studio. A range of techniques will be showcased, including clay modelling, wax modelling and the whole casting process. Hands-on modelling with clay workshops at the Sculpture Studio Daily 1.30pm & 3.30pm 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 at any of the workshop spaces.

RECENT GRADUATES’ EXHIBITION One of the most hotly anticipated aspects of the October edition of AAF is always the Recent Graduates’ Exhibition. With work by the brightest young talent from across the UK exhibited at the entrance to the fair, this is a unique opportunity to see the innovative new directions that contemporary art is taking. Curator Jessica Hall travelled the length and breadth of the UK to seek out the very best of this country’s emerging talent, before bringing their works together here in London. This year sees work by artists who have graduated from universities as far apart as Glasgow, Northumbria and Brighton, as well as from the many brilliant art colleges here in London, which do so much to keep this city’s art scene so vibrant. This October the exhibition is particularly strong, with stand-outs including Julia Vogl, who’s just completed her MFA at the Slade. Her work fuses political engagement with wit and interaction, and has already seen her championed by art critic Jonathan Jones in the Guardian and included in an important group show at the Zabludowicz Collection in North London, as well as the Saatchi Gallery and Channel 4 New Sensations exhibition. Her work ‘1000 opinions’ asks us what we would do with £1 million of public money. Take a moment out and have your say.

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Other highlights include beautiful yet macabre sculptures made out of animal bones by Laura Dray (Glasgow BA); darkly beguiling paintings by Vasilis Avramidis (MA Central St Martins); and strange little architectural dioramas by Tori Drost (MFA Glasgow).







The exhibition is not only an amazing opportunity for visitors to view (and invest in) work by the future stars of contemporary art; it also provides a massive boost to the young artists involved. As Jessica puts it, “The transition between the protective and experimental environment of an art school and the wider art world can be a tricky place to be.” By providing a platform for these artists to show work to thousands of people, AAF is lending a much-needed helping hand. Past exhibitors who have gone on to great things include Pulse Prize-winner Philip Gurrrey, Jerwood Photography Award-winner Martina Lindqvist, and conceptual artist Tim Phillips, whose work has recently starred in a group show at hot new Mayfair gallery Sumarria Lunn. The sky’s the limit for this year’s crop of recent graduates. You saw them here first.

















1 Daisy Millner, BA, Glasgow School of Art

13 Julia Vogl, MFA, Slade School of Fine Art

2 Vasilis Avramidis, MA, Central Saint Martins

14 Jill Bourner, BA, Northbrook College

3 Ed Hannan, BA, University of Westminster

15 Katrine Roberts, BA, City & Guilds of London

4 Emily Spicer, PG Dip, Byam Shaw School of Art

Art School

5 Laura Dray, BA, Glasgow School of Art

16 Ian Stoney, BA, Winchester School of Art

6 June Morrison, MFA, Edinburgh College of Art

17 Penelope Kenny, BA, University of Brighton

7 Elisha Enfield, BA, University of Brighton

18 Lisa Murrell, BA, Northumbria University

8 Robert Powell, MFA, Edinburgh College of Art

19 Darius Lambert, BA, Wimbledon College of Art

9 Haruka Ono, MFA, Slade School of Fine Art

20 Sarah Louise Hall, BA, Camberwell College

10 Lucy Boyle, PG Dip, Chelsea College of Art

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11 Jane Emberson, BA, Winchester School of Art

21 Jwan Yosef, MA, Central Sain Martins

12 Jane Hayes Greenwood, BA, City & Guilds of

22 Tobias Zehntner, BA, Goldsmiths College

London Art School

23 Tori Drost, MFA, Glasgow School of Art



A work of art can be the most exciting and rewarding purchase you’ll ever make. But sometimes getting started can feel confusing and overwhelming. To make that first step a little easier, Beatrix Hodgkin, author of Affordable Contemporary Art, a guide to buying and collecting, shares a few insider secrets which will help build your confidence, encourage you to rise to new challenges and ensure you get even more enjoyment out of the art you choose to buy

BUY ART YOU LOVE Everyone always says it, and that’s because it’s the most straightforward, sincere and simple rule when buying art – go with your heart. DON’T JUST BUY FOR FINANCIAL INVESTMENT See above point! If you buy for emotional investment you’ll always reap rewarding returns. If the piece proves unsuccessful as a financial investment, you will still be left with a lifetime of enjoyment from a piece of art that you love.

Atsuko Fujii. Strawberries & Three Glasses Acrylic on canvas. 45 x 70 cm. £2,000. Quantum

TRUST YOUR TASTE Take on board your friends’ and loved ones’ opinions, and the gallerist’s advice and information – but remember, the real question is what do you think? It’s your decision.

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TAKE YOUR TIME Don’t rush into purchases; take the time to give the art your full attention and think about why you like it and whether it’s right for you.

THERE IS SOMETHING FOR EVERY BUDGET Look into the Own Art scheme. Via participating galleries, this scheme allows you to take home art that costs anything up to the value of £2,000, with the interest-free loan repayable over ten months. Find out about alternative work. You can always ask gallerists about similar works selling at a lower price (and which might not be on display) – these might be smaller works, sketches or studies. Alternatively, ask if they know of work by another artist who has a similar style, but a lower price tag. ASK QUESTIONS Get chatting to art dealers. Discover as much as you can about the artists whose displayed work you like. Ask where they are from, how long they have been practising, where they studied, how the gallerist came across them, where they’ve had shows, who they’ve had shows with, whether they’ve won any prizes. This will help give the artist context and paint a picture (excuse the pun!) of their standing in the art world and what their influ-

ences and interests are. Ask about the work too; there might be a great story about how the piece was made, or the inspiration behind it. SIGN UP TO GALLERY MAILING LISTS If you particularly like a gallery’s stand at the fair, sign up to their mailing list – you’ll be kept in the loop about their upcoming exhibitions, invited to private views and kept abreast of exciting new works. BE BRAVE Don’t always go for the obvious. A piece that catches the eye may prove one which loses its lustre with a similar speed. Like that minor track on a CD which you didn’t really pay much attention to at first, but after years of listening becomes your favourite, sometimes art that is initially overlooked proves to hold a quiet charm that takes time to be noticed, and which grows on you. This might be the piece you looked at last, or the one you initially rejected.

Penelope Kenny. GMK (copper). Screenprint. Edition of 20. 112 x 76 cm £530 framed, £295 unframed. Recent Graduates’ Exhibition

Make time to look at ‘trickier’ pieces. Pieces that provoke rather than stroke the senses, which perhaps challenge, puzzle, intrigue or unsettle may just turn out to be ones that are more rewarding to live with in the long run. Don’t be afraid of making mistakes. If any happen, hopefully you’ll learn something and that’ll lead you in an exciting new direction! BROADEN YOUR HORIZONS Aside from work by more established artists, make time to look at:

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Artist editions, original prints and multiples Many people overlook prints, but producing them can be just as complex, creative and energetic as a one-off piece; they are a recognised creative method (museums often have many prints), and they can increase in value just as with a unique piece. Being mostly priced lower than one-of-akind works, prints are also a great way to buy work by unfamiliar artists or buy more accessibly priced work by established artists.

Original work by emerging artists Buying work by recent art school graduates and promising artists at the start of their career is a fantastic way of supporting talent at a crucial stage. It may feel like a riskier investment because you haven’t heard their name before, but you never know – you might just be buying the work of the next Damien Hirst! Look for someone whose work has a strong style that you love. The graduate section at the Affordable Art Fair is a brilliant place to start.

To order a copy of “Affordable Contemporary Art” at the pre-publication price of £15.00 (instead of 19.95), including p&p within the UK, please call Sue Slee on 01394 389 977 or e-mail: sales@antique– and quote “Affordable Art”.

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Ever dreamt of owning art by Emin, Hirst or Laing but think you’ll never be able to afford it? Thanks to the Affordable Art Fair everyone can now grab a slice of the high life It’s a common misconception that collecting art by household names will be prohibitively expensive. After all, it’s the works that sell for millions of pounds at auction that make the headlines. But in fact, many artists with international reputations produce works that are surprisingly affordable, as well as their better known pieces that are destined for museums or large private collections.

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BIG NAMES AT SMALL PRICES AT THE AFFORDABLE ART FAIR Marc Quinn is probably best known for his famous self portrait made from nine pints of his own blood, which requires a very dedicated collector to keep it safe and on display! Far less challenging to live with is this gorgeous Marc Quinn print; ‘Lavinia Plantia’ (£2,400) is available at Manifold Editions, which specialise in prints by established artists.

Marc Quinn. Lavinia Plantia. Pigment print. Edition of 59. 70 x 104 cm. £2,400. Manifold Editions

Gerald Laing. Gethsemane. Screenprint with foil blocking. Edition of 90. 97 x 71 cm. ÂŁ960 unframed Artizan Editions

Artizan Editions also works with a number of well-known artists, and is bringing the work of Pop artist Gerald Laing, who rose to fame with an iconic Pop art image of Brigitte Bardot, and whose series of Amy Winehouse images show he is just as in touch with popular culture nearly 50 years later.

David Hockney. A Black Cat Leaping. Etching. Edition of 100. 24 x 27 cm. £3,950 John Iddon Fine Art

At John Iddon Fine Art you will find this intriguing etching from David Hockney’s sought-after Grimm’s Fairy Tales series, and as it’s edition number 1 of 100, it’s particularly collectible.

cherish for many years to come. An artwork by a well known artist can, without a doubt, bring long lasting pleasure, and it may, just may, be a financial investment too.

You might recall an exhibition at the Hayward gallery in which artist Yayoi Kusama’s extraordinary installation ‘Dots Obsession’, a large mirrored space filled with red balloons with white spots was a hit with visitors of all ages. Whilst it might be implausible to set aside your spare room for an installation, this delightful screenprint from Olyvia Fine Art is not only affordable, it still leaves room for furniture!

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In this age of considered consumption, affordable isn’t about cheap, it’s about being able to have, as part of your daily landscape, something you can Yayoi Kusama. Untitled. Lithograph. Edition of 60 70 x 59 cm. £2,950. Olyvia Fine Art

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4Impressions – L6 Oxfordshire 01865 516556

Alicia David Contemporary Art – E11 London 07920 102 284

Arlevart – E1 Paris, France + 33 1 43 26 23 72

Art ★ – J8 07976 294 985

Art Exposure Gallery – G1 Glasgow 0141 552 7779

Art Gallery 826 – I11 Knokke-Zoute, Belgium + 32 475 74 26 45

The Art Movement – D10 London 07973 692 494

Artichoke – A9 London 020 7924 0600

Artists in Residence – A3 London 020 7232 1916

Artizan Editions – J3 Sussex 01273 773959

ArtsHouse – C8 London 07779 590 921

Avery Contemporary Art – K5 Kent 07798 601 427

Axolotl Gallery – I4 Edinburgh 0131 557 1460

Badcocks Gallery – H12 Cornwall 01736 731034

The BadJupiter Project – J2 London | New York, USA 07768 400 430

Barbed – A10 London 020 8878 1994

Bell Fine Art – B9 Hampshire 01962 860439

Beside The Wave – H5 Cornwall 01326 211132

Bicha Gallery – E10 London 07721 400 048

bip-Art – B1 Brighton 01273 603109

Bleach Box – K8 Cambridge 01223 513721

Blunden Oriental – A2 London 020 7622 9049

Bridgegate Gallery – B6 Holt 01829 270101

Byard Art – H14 Cambridge 01223 464646

Cobalt Fine Arts – I8 London 07712 002 178

Columbia Road Gallery – K4 London 07812 196 257

COMODAA Gallery – L11 Ringwood 07900 616 303

Contempop Expressions Gallery – C4 Tel Aviv, Israel +972 3 522 8424

Contemporary Figurative Art – C3 London 020 7602 3654

The Contemporary Fine Art Gallery, Eton – L1 Berkshire 07831 822 641

Cornwall Contemporary – L9 Cornwall 01736 874749

Crane Kalman Brighton – G2 Brighton 01273 697096

Cube Gallery – E9 London 020 7935 2600

cueB Gallery – H3 London 07956 412 910

Curwen & New Academy Gallery – J6 London 020 7323 4700

Decorazon Gallery – D5 New York City | Texas, USA 07538 271 220 – G12 London 020 8980 0395

Dominic Guerrini – L4 London 020 7565 2333

Dunbar Millais – A4 Surrey 01252 793770

Edgar Modern – D9 Bath 07940 597 757

Eduardo Alessandro Studios – C12 Dundee 01382 737011

El Arte de lo Imposible – J11 Asturias, Spain + 34 985 17 07 57

Enid Lawson Gallery – L5 London 020 7935 3033

Fairfax Galleries – A14 Kent 01892 525525

Fine Art Consultancy – F9 London 020 7431 9965

The Fine Art Partnership – H8 London 020 7993 3010

Fine Grime Gallery – L7 Bath 01225 443080

fourfour – C1 London 07900 494 933

Gagliardi Gallery – C14 London 020 7352 3663

Galerie Du Fleuve – F8 Paris, France + 33 1 43 26 08 96

Galerie Envie d’Art – F11 London 020 7589 8200

Galerie Libre Cours – C5 Brussel, Belgium + 32 473 590 285

Gladwell & Company – F1 London 020 7248 3824

Greenwich Printmakers – B5 London 020 8858 1569

Habasco – F2 Kingston 07590 059 149

Halfmoon Studio – E4 London 020 8670 7313.

Hanga Ten – H11 London 07788 458 201

Hayloft Contemporary – B2 Derbyshire 07807 220 995

Hollywood Road Gallery – L8 London 07801 624 789

Houlding and Houlding – D3 Cornwall 01726 833181

Ingo Fincke Gallery – C10 London 020 7228 7966

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Jack Fine Art – A12 Kent 020 8658 2467

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Jealous Gallery – J4 London 020 8347 7688

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Kaleidoscope Arts – H1 London 020 8879 0250

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Lighthouse Gallery – J9 Cornwall 01736 350555

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Northcote Gallery – I7 London 020 7351 0830

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Pieroni Contemporary Art – B8 Richmond 07973 306 804

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Quantum Contemporary Art – H15 London 020 7498 6868

Radar Architecture & Art – H7 Amsterdam, The Netherlands + 31 6 291 63 300

Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery – G14 London 020 7436 4899

Red Gallery – K6 Buckinghamshire 01494 465470

Richard Goodall Gallery – I10 Manchester 0161 834 3330

The Russell Gallery – D12 London 020 8780 5228

Sarah Wiseman Gallery – I12 Oxfordshire 01865 515123

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Sheridan Russell Gallery – A5 London 020 8953 0908

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TAG Fine Arts – H10 London 020 7688 8446

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Tripod – F3 London 020 8340 0454

Turner Barnes Gallery – D1 Essex 01245 493100

Turning Tides Contemporary Art – J7 Ceredigion 01239 654078

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