Published: 13 January 2018
LONDON ART FAIR 2018: 30th Edition
Where: Islington Business Design Centre, closest Tube Angel Station. Address: 52 Upper Street London N1 0QH
When: VIP Preview 16th January; Public entry 17th - 22nd January 2018. See website for full operating hours, maps, and additional program info.
What: Thompson's' Gallery will take stand G23, exhibiting all new paintings and sculpture by Carl Melegari, Louis Laprise, Paul Wright, Nael Hanna, Simon Bacon, and Chris Buck, to name a few. Peruse a selection of contemporary and Modern British artworks from 16th-22nd January.
What: Innovative sculptor Max Tannahill debuts 14 new mixed media works comprised of found and repurposed materials from his coastal surroundings in Wivenhoe. A fantastic survey of the clever artist's abilities and love for wildlife.
When: Opening Day Wednesday 24th January, 10am-7pm; concludes 10th February 2018
Pictured above: Left- 'Green Boat' by Max Tannahill, 39 x 53 x 18 inches, £4500. Right- The artist scouting materials in the boat yard, Wivenhoe.
January is nearly halfway through, and already we're preparing the catalogue for 'Metropolis', an exciting new group show featuring landscapes around our artist's most beloved big cities, including New York, Milan, Paris, and of course London. Newcomer and London native Tyrone Deans will feature stunning large-scale works in vibrant hues and rich texture. Painters Peter Brown, Michael Alford, Peter Wileman, Roy Wright, Roger Dellar, Michael Clark, Douglas Gray, and David Sawyer to feature among others.
'Metropolis' opens 21st February and runs through to 10th March 2018.
Pictured: Delivery day from promising young talent Tyrone Deans of Brixton
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