FRIEZE Londan Art Fair with outstanding Sales and Record Collector and Museum attendance!

On the opening day of this year’s Frieze London, which features over 160 international galleries, there have been a number of major acquisitions for leading museums and institutions. Additionally, a jury of international curators and directors have awarded the Frieze Stand Prize to an outstanding presentation in the main section of the fair. Camden Arts Centre and Frieze Art Fair announce Wong Ping as the recipient of the inaugural Camden Arts Centre Emerging Arts Prize at Frieze. Ping, who is represented by Edouard Malingue, will realise a major exhibition at Camden Arts Centre within the next 18 months.

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PAD is London’s leading fair for 20th Century Art & Design

Set in the vibrant heart of Mayfair, PAD is London’s leading fair for 20th Century art, design and decorative arts. Inspiring a unique spirit of collecting, PAD epitomises how modern art, photography, design, decorative and tribal arts interact to reveal astonishing combinations and create the most individual and staggering interiors. Prominent international galleries from major cities across Europe, North America and Asia come together to offer an exceptional panorama of the most coveted and iconic works available on the market today. PAD is a place to discover and acquire pieces of museum quality with a distinct history.

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London Edge Trade Show

The London Edge trade show has ran from September 3rd to 4th 2017.
It is the perfect show for those who are working in alternative Fashion, Street, Punk & Gothic apparel and accessories.
The brands you can find at London Edge are Alchemy, Betty Loves, Burleska, Cleopatra, Collectif, Hearts & Roses, Hell Bunny, Iron Fist, Limb, Lip Service, Phaze, Poizon Industries, Popsoda, Queen of Darkness, Spiral Direct, Toxico, TUK Shoes, Voodoo Vixen and many more. Buyers in every time zone will have constant access to the most up-to-date contemporary alternative, lifestyle, pop-culture & sub-culture wholesale collections through London Edge. Read more

Upcoming London Design Festival

London Design Festival returns for the 16th year in 2018, celebrating 10 years at the V&A as the official Festival hub. London will be transformed with an inspiring programme of landmark projects, installations and events from 15-23 September 2018. London Design Festival’s vision is to celebrate and promote London as the design capital of the world. In 2017, the Festival welcomed a record-breaking 450,000 individual visitors from over 75 countries.

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Dramatically expanding Montreux Jazz Festival

 

Montreux Jazz Festival is held annually in Switzerland in early July in Montreux on the Lake Geneva shoreline. It is the second largest annual jazz festival in the world after Canada’s Montreal International Jazz Festival. Originally a pure jazz festival, it opened up in the 1970s and today presents artists of nearly every imaginable music style. Jazz remains an important part of the festival. Australian alternative rocker Nick Cave, Hollywood star Johnny Depp and punk legend Iggy Pop are among the headliners at this year Festival. Read more

The Trash-ic or Trash in the face of beauty

The exhibition ‘The Trash-ic or Trash in the Face of Beauty’ is Rebeiz’s personal view on contemporary societal issues, examined both through the techniques of the Great Masters and applied art. It presents many contrasts, throwing up interesting questions and exploring the tension between trash and beauty, and how they coexist as one in art. ‘The Trash-ic or Trash in the Face of Beauty’ is Mouna’s second solo exhibition in London, consisting of 17 works, some of which include digital and melodic installations.

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Ash From Chaos

Showing from 20th – 28th April 2018 11:00am-7:00pm Daily, First Floor, Lazinc, 29 Sackville Street, Mayfair

Rose McGowan and Dame Vivienne Westwood attended the launch of the ‘Ash From Chaos’ art exhibition by Joe Corré, the son of Sex Pistols Founder Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood last night.

A reserve price of £6 million, has been put on the ‘pile of ash’ from the highly controversial punk memorabilia burn by Lazinc Gallery in Mayfair – which is now immortalised in a dramatic artwork. Read more