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10 EXHIBITIONS Talented Art Fair

Jessie Woodgate

Nicola Hart

Talented Art Fair 1 – 3 March 2019 | Old Truman Brewery, London

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eturning for its third edition for spring 2019, Talented Art Fair brings 100 gifted artists to the fore across the first weekend of March, with over 2,000 original artworks and limited edition prints. Since its inception in 2017, it has become one of the most successful independent art fairs in London, and a must visit in the arts calendar. Organised by Lemon Art, who are also the founders of the highly popular New Artist Fair, their knowledge and experience ensures an exciting and expertly curated event, which continues to be a real success for both art collectors and exhibiting artists. This year’s Talented Art Fair will feature a bar, music and live painting alongside the impressive list of exhibiting artists, which includes Sky Arts Landscape Artist of the Year 2017 Finalist John Ball, Art Gemini 2018 Overall Winner Lubna

Speitan, re-exhibiting Professional artist Oliver Winconek who was featured on Sky Arts Portrait Artist of the Year 2017, exhibiting at the Saatchi Gallery and Royal Academy, and multiple award winning Photographic Artist Marcus Jake. With a ceiling price cap of £5,000 on individual artworks, and most originals for sale ranging from £300 to £1,500, it’s an enjoyable event for both new and established collectors looking for high quality yet affordable artworks to invest in. London’s iconic Old Truman Brewery is the art fair’s established home. Tickets for the private view on Friday 1st March are available to purchase (£10). There’s free entry across the weekend (Saturday 2nd – Sunday 3rd March); registration is open online for those wishing to attend. talentedartfair.com

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