The New Artist Fair 'Summer Exhibition' Private View is one of the most exciting nights out within London's extensive art calendar. With live art being created, DJ, bar, performance artists and over 100 carefully selected diverse UK and International contemporary artists, you get the chance to see the best work available before the masses arrive over the weekend!
The New Artist Fair returns to the iconic Old Truman Brewery in London’s E1 art district for the 8th consecutive year.
Being one of the most exciting events in London’s art calendar, the New Artist Fair provides visitors with the opportunity to meet and invest in over 100 new, emerging and recently established artists.
A celebration of living artists, the New Artist Fair is the original London based, artist-led, gallery layout (no booths), dynamic, curated and friendly art fair!
So many artists who start their careers with us, go on to exhibit with some of the UK’s top galleries, so come and invest in artists of the future whilst their creations are still affordable!
Every year there is an added attraction to the show! Last year we saw the introduction of the Photography Zone where every exhibiting Photographic Artist made direct sales of their work, so we're continuing with this highly popular feature.
This year we’re partnering Artfinder so our collectors will have the opportunity to buy from our artists online throughout the year, not just over the 3 days of the event! Artfinder are also kindly providing discounts and gifts to our buyers!
We're also partnering GreatArt, UK's leading catalogue and webshop for quality art materials. GreatArt are kindly sponsoring our first visitors postcard creation competition and will have their own dedicated space where artists and visitors can discuss their practice and requirements.
We're also introducing some performance art from several performers and we’ll have several of our artists creating live throughout the event.
If you can't make our Private View on the Friday, do not fear, this event is FREE ENTRY all weekend, but should come with a warning, ‘Buying Art is Addictive', see you there!