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Full List of Exhibitors Announced


The full list of exhibitors has been announced today, bringing the total number of galleries exhibiting at the fair to 44. Galleries represented at the fair come from Colombia, Brazil, Israel, Taiwan, Vietnam, Turkey and Azerbaijan amongst others. The artists whose work will be on sale at the fair illustrate the truly global outlook of contemporary art now.

New to the line-up are CUC Gallery, one of the few galleries in Hanoi, Vietnam and the first to break out into the international art fair circuit. EOA. Projects Gallery is based in burgeoning Battersea. A branch of Edge of Arabia, the successful not-for-profit space that has been nurturing the talents of Middle Eastern artists in London since its foundation in 2003. EOA. Projects Gallery has a special focus on prints and editions by Middle Eastern artists.

Kashya Hildebrand shows artists who challenge preconceived notions of nationality and cultural identity. They will be presenting New York-based United Arab Emirates national performance artist CHOKRA. His work is placed between electronic art and multi-sensory performance. Digital and analogue sounds are weaved together with Arabic, Urdu and English rap, and punctuated with the explosions of brightly coloured pigments.

CØPPERFIELD is one of London’s newest contemporary spaces and is directed by Will Lunn who previously co-directed Summaria Lunn. One of the gallery’s artists, Eric van Hove, will be making a new work in conjunction with his V12 Laraki series for the fair. The Belgian artist, who is based in Marrakesh, recently exhibited a BMW car engine from this series of works at the Marrakesh Biennale. The work, which was made from precious materials by 40 national craftsman, attracted much attention.    

Division of Labour, based in Worcester, will present a joint exhibition stand with Birmingham artist-run space, Eastside Projects. Together they represent developing art hubs outside of the capital, a trend which extends beyond the UK. Alma Gallery is one of Eastern Europe’s most exciting galleries. Based in Riga, the gallery’s focus is on the emerging art scene in Latvia.

Full list of exhibitors:

Gallery 9 (Australia)

Absinthe (Korea)

Alma Gallery (Latvia)

Arcadia Missa Gallery (UK)

Art Issue Projects (Taiwan)

Athr Gallery (Saudi Arabia)

BRUNDYN+ (South Africa)

Galeri Chandan (Malaysia)


CUC Gallery (Vietnam)

Division of Labour (UK)

EOA.Projects (UK)

Eastside Projects (UK)

Fehily Contemporary (Australia)

HADA Contemporary(UK)

Hélène Bailly Gallery (France)

Hugo Michell Gallery (Australia)

Kashya Hildebrand (UK)

Gallery Koo (Korea)

LAMB arts (UK)

THE LOFT at Lower Parel (India)

+MAS: Arte Contemporáneo (Colombia)

mc2gallery (Italy)

MERKUR (Turkey)

Galerie Ora-Ora (Hong Kong)

Paradise Row (UK)

Preteen Gallery (Mexico)

Primo Marella Gallery (Italy)

PYO Gallery LA (USA)

Richard Koh Fine Art (Malaysia, Singapore)

ROH Projects (Indonesia)

Roman Road (UK)

Galerie RX (France)

Scaramouche (USA)

Studio Pivot (Italy)

Gallery SUN Contemporary (Korea)

TJ Boulting (UK)

Tristan Hoare Gallery (UK)

UNIX Gallery (USA)

Vigo (UK)


WOOSON gallery(Korea)

Y++ | Wada Fine Arts (Japan)

Yay Gallery (Azerbaijan)

Yone Arts (Myanmar)

Zemack Contemporary Art (Israel)

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