The London art season opens with the Artrooms Fair!
After the success in Rome and Seoul, the 5th edition of the Artrooms Fair London opens its doors from 11th to 13th January 2019 at the Meliá White House in Regent’s Park.
ARTROOMS FAIR is the first contemporary international art fair offering independent artists a unique free exhibition space –71 hotel rooms will be transformed into the intimate creative studios, showcasing stimulating and thought provoking projects by more than 100 artists from 30 countries across 5 different continents.
A careful selection of artists has been made by a committee of art experts, guaranteeing to all guests a memorable and enjoyable experience. Among jurors, Giulia Abate (Mucciaccia Contemporary Gallery), Cristian Contini (Contini Art) and Stefania Minutaglio (11 [HellHeaven] Gallery), and collectors Claudia and Rainer Wente Waedlich, just to name a few.
Collectors and art lovers will have the opportunity to acquire art pieces of a plethora of mediums such as the wonderful oil on canvas by emerging artist Juliette Pearce (Italy), whose work “Laundromat” has been chosen as the main image of the fair, sculptures by Jiro Ishihara (Japan) or the installation “Matrix” by Alice Padovani (Italy), an award-winning artist presented in the Guest Artists Section.
Visitors will also enjoy a variety of live performances, including live interviews “In Bed with the Artists” by art critic Michael Barnett.
Founders and directors of the fair – Cristina Cellini Antonini, Francesco Fanelli, Chiara Canal and the Organisation continue their commitment to support the artists’ careers, joining forces with The Contemporary Arts Trust, awarding one of the exhibitor with £1000 prize and the Fonderia Artistica Versiliese, who will award one artist with a residency and realisation of a bronze sculpture .
Official charity partner – Mother House Studios, a pioneering arts organisations supporting the development of contemporary artists who are also mothers working across art-forms.