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From as early as its inception in 1999, Art London has had the mission to combine “serious” art with a relaxed, friendly atmosphere: something that is not that common in the art world.
Art London 2010 is thrilled to be able to welcome a new group of participants from the US, Hong Kong and Ireland, in conjunction with returning exhibitors from such distant shores as Argentina and Australia.
In 2010, there will be on display many works by major modern British and 20th century artists: some of these are Elisabeth Frink, Paul Nash, John Piper, Edward Seago and Graham Sutherland.
7th – 11th October, 2010
Thursday, Sunday & Monday 11am-8.30pm
Friday, Saturday 11am-8pm
Royal Hospital, Chelsea
London Gate, Royal Hospital Road, SW3 4SR
Art London has always had a cosmopolitan theme, with 2010 continuing this theme. Art from all corners of the globe can be found. This includes both the “themed” shows exhibiting the works of a number of talented artists as well as “solo” exhibitions. Whatever the focus, visitors to Art London can be assured that they will not be subjected to an overload of the senses, which is typical of other events.
One feature of Art London which contributes to its unique character is the educational Special Exhibition. This year, the leaders of the council of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea have graciously loaned exhibits from the Leighton House museum.
As well as this Special Exhibition, dedicated to Frederic, Lord Leighton, Art London will also feature an outdoor Sculpture Garden which has, as a rustic rural backdrop, the grounds of the Royal Hospital. The Sculpture Garden will showcase works from a small select group of sculptors: namely, Marzia Colonna, Bruce Denny, Philip Jackson, Gill Parker and Shan Shan Sheng.
Recommended by many art critics from numerous publications, Art London is a must visit event! Two-for-one entry on presentation of an Art Fund membership card. Become our member to receive updates on similar events, private view invitations and complimentary tickets to many other art events across the UK all the year around.