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September 30, 2011 5:32 pm
October 6-10, Royal Hospital Chelsea, London
Works by British modern luminaries such as LS Lowry and Lynn Chadwick sit alongside international stars such as Zhang Xiangming and recent Venice Biennale participant Marialuisa Tadei, among the 70+ exhibitors.
October 6-10, Verona Fiere, Verona
With a focus on Italian galleries working in the modern and contemporary sectors, ArtVerona has become a fixture in the art market season since its foundation in 2005.
Pavilion of Art & Design London
October 12-16, Berkeley Square, London
PAD 2011 takes modern, design, decorative and tribal works from 57 exhibitors across Europe, Asia and North America and brings them together in an eclectic display in Berkeley Square.
Frieze Art Fair
October 13-16, Regent’s Park, London
Each year, an autumnal Regent’s Park greets an international audience gathered for London’s premier contemporary art fair. Commissioned projects and more than 170 exhibiting galleries make Frieze an essential showcase.
Moniker Art Fair
October 13-16, Shoreditch, London
After a successful debut last year, east London’s Moniker Art Fair again cleverly positions itself within a short commute of its more prominent neighbours, offering works from the world of street art.
October 13-16, Ambika P3, London
Another 2010 debutant this year shows a selection of 20 young international galleries with a particular focus on emerging artists.
Multiplied Art Fair
October 14-17, Christie’s, London
Also scheduled to coincide with Frieze, Multiplied is the only UK art fair devoted to contemporary art in editions.
October 20-23, Grand Palais, Paris
France’s leading contemporary arts fair, now in its 38th edition, this year showcases 168 exhibitors from 21 countries at the Grand Palais.
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