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LONDON ART FAIR 2024

London Art Fair is delighted to offer Fetch’s readers an exclusive discount of 20% off tickets. Enter code FETCH20 at checkout to redeem.*



London Art Fair (January 17 - 21, 2024) returns to showcase premier galleries from the UK and beyond. The event caters to both seasoned and aspiring collectors, offering a diverse range of modern and contemporary art, curated displays, and an engaging program featuring talks, tours, and performances.


With over 120 galleries participating globally, including Japan, Portugal, and Turkey, the Fair introduces new exhibitors like Bluerider Art, Stowe Arthouse Gallery, Liss Llewellyn, and Common Sense Gallery. Returning names such as Gilden’s Art Gallery, Jill George Gallery, and Jonathan Clarke contribute to the diverse showcase, featuring renowned artists like Francis Bacon, Andy Warhol, Bridget Riley, and David Hockney.

London Art Fair's specialization in Modern art is well-represented by leading UK galleries. Alan Wheatley Art focuses on Post-War British art, featuring never-before-seen paintings by Alan Davie. Christopher Kingzett Fine Art presents British art from the 1950s and 60s, including a bronze sculpture by Dame Elisabeth Frink.

Twelve international galleries, including Common Sense Gallery and Gallery B·R, contribute to the global perspective. Notable presentations include a collective display of female multimedia artists and a showcase of Spanish artists Aythamy Armas and Jordi Alcaraz.


Explore an exceptional line-up of 120+ leading Modern and Contemporary Galleries from across the globe alongside sensational live performances, installations and an inspiring programme of Talks and Tours. LAF24 runs from 17 - 21 January (Preview Evening 16 January) - secure your tickets today to experience the unmissable opening to the international art calendar.


T&C’s: *Offer valid on general admission adult and concession day tickets. Valid on online bookings only not on-the-door prices.


Cover Image Credit: Circle Contemporary Gallery

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