Visit An Art Fair This Autumn
• The Other Art Fair is not only UK’s favourite fair to meet and buy from the very best emerging and undiscovered artists, it also features displays from Design Masters‘ very own Rennie Pilgrem. The fair prides itself on its unique approach in supporting artists by providing them with a platform to further cultivate their professional careers. This year also sees The Other Art Fair expand with inaugural editions in Bristol and Sydney, while in the UK it returns for its tenth anniversary at the Old Truman’s Brewery during October.
Tickets from £7.04
• Frieze London is the big player on the art scene and has sprouted a whole subculture of Fringe events across the capital. 164 of the world’s top contemporary art galleries will take up residence in the Regent’s Park marquees, in spaces created by the acclaimed Universal Design Studio.
£50 for a one-day ticket
• Christie’s Multiplied, the grande dame of London auction houses, hosts a fair devoted to selling a wide range of prints. This is your chance to purchase a Grayson Perry, Gary Hume or Tracey Emin for a more accessible price, because the prints going on sale are limited edition, artist-approved reproductions of original works.
• PAD London is the Pavilion of Art & Design which pops up in a set of Mayfair marquees. View jewellery by Ron Arad, Chinese art from the Michael Goedhuis Gallery and modern ceramics.
£10 for a day ticket
• British Art Show is a touring exhibition by the Hayward Gallery, starting at Leeds Art Gallery. Top picks include the digital video by James Richards and Caroline Achaintre’s woollen wall hangings.
From now until 10 January.
• Affordable Art Fair is held in Battersea, featuring works from 1,100 artists. With prices from £100 to £5,000, the selling exhibition is an opportunity for visitors to invest in emerging artists or buy a gem from an established name.
Tickets from £10
• Bristol & Bath Art Weekender features two days of public artworks, studio visits, exhibitions and family activities staged across the two cities. Highlights include Royal Academician Richard Long’s white limestone Boyhood Line on the Downs in Clifton and Richard Cheater’s Pavilion.
30 October-1 November