The Ben Oakley Gallery is showing off its artists at the London Affordable Art Fair. The gallery, which specialises in unique, one off contemporary art works, limited edition prints and fine art, will be showcasing its carefully selected pieces at the fair in Battersea this March.
The team will be taking some of their Ben Oakley charm to the show space by installing a replica of the gallery to the project space in front of the venue. They promise 1940s wallpaper, a large collection of curiosities and a selection of paintings by artists such as, John McCarthy, David Bray, Matteo Giuntini Bobby Tonge, Jo Peel, Ray Richardson and, of course, Ben Oakley.
Originally opened in 1999 by Will Ramasay, The London Affordable Art Fair aims to make art as fun, accessible and affordable as possible. With 112 galleries showcasing an array of unique artworks from over 1,100 artists this year, there will be something for everyone.
With work from the much-anticipated Project Space Collective, Ben Oakley Gallery and the Come Fly With Me exhibition, the fair is set to be both interactive and inventive. A creative hub for creative minds, they invite visitors to fall in love with art and most importantly, become an art collector.
What started as one venue and 10,000 visitors has now evolved into an international phenomenon, the Affordable Art Fair now runs in cities such as Amsterdam, New York and Milan, to name a few. With over 1.6 million people walking through the fair’s doors, it has undoubtedly made its stamp on the art world.
The Ben Oakley team will be at the fair from the 11th till the 15th of March