Art14 London, 28th February – 2nd March 2014

Art14 London (sponsored by Citi Private Bank), Olympia Grand, London W14, 28th February – 2nd March 2014

Stanley Donwood Nether 2013 Image size 50 x 50 cm Paper size 60 x 63 cm Giclée print on Hahnemühle Photo Rag 308gsm paper Signed and editioned by the artist Edition of 100 Courtesy of TAG Fine Arts

Stanley Donwood
Nether
2013
Image size 50 x 50 cm
Paper size 60 x 63 cm
Giclée print on Hahnemühle Photo Rag 308gsm paper
Signed and editioned by the artist
Edition of 100
Courtesy of TAG Fine Arts

This modern and contemporary Art Fair certainly casts its net for exhibitors far and wide with forty-two different countries represented by one hundred and eighty-two galleries and thus it provides its visitors with a great opportunity to see what is going on globally and more importantly what is available to buy.  A fact summed up in the words of Stephanie Dieckvoss, Fair Director, “By bringing together exhibitors from all corners of the world, Art14 London is a unique place to discover and learn about art”.

Chung Heeseung Untitled  archival pigment print 105 x 79.1 cm 2013 Courtesy of  HADA CONTEMPORARY LONDON

Chung Heeseung
Untitled
archival pigment print
105 x 79.1 cm
2013
Courtesy of HADA CONTEMPORARY LONDON

There are a significant number of leading Asian exhibitors, including some from China, as well as galleries from the Middle East, Africa, South America and the United States. The UK and Europe are also well-represented too.  Film-lovers will no doubt be interested to see the London gallery, Riflemaker’s film installation by artist Stuart Pearson Wright as it stars Keira Knightley.

Bae Joonsung The Costume of Painter - Phantom in the Painting, J.S.Sargent family jk  lenticular and oil on canvas 194 x 130 cm (76 x 51 in) Courtesy of the Albemarle Gallery

Bae Joonsung
The Costume of Painter – Phantom in the Painting, J.S.Sargent family jk
lenticular and oil on canvas 194 x 130 cm (76 x 51 in)
Courtesy of the Albemarle Gallery

Do not imagine for a moment that only established galleries are included since in the sections London First and Emerge young galleries are given their chance to shine before an international audience.

René Burri Sao Paulo, Brazil,1960 © René Burri /Magnum Photos, courtesy of ATLAS Gallery London

René Burri
Sao Paulo, Brazil,1960 © René Burri /Magnum Photos, courtesy of ATLAS Gallery London

The Fair’s sponsors are Citi Private Bank and Suzanne Gyorgy, Managing Director Citi Private Bank Art Advisory & Finance says of it that “Including abstract, conceptual, landscapes and figurative works, the diversity of fine art exhibited at Art14 London is really inspiring. Citi Private Bank is thrilled to play an integral role in bringing this work to our clients. We look forward to welcoming clients from around the world to Art14 London next week, and to what promises to be a one of the most innovative and visually exciting events on the global art calendar this year.”

Aboudia Untitled, 2013 Acrylic & mixed media on canvas 153 x 113 cm Courtesy of Jack Bell Gallery

Aboudia
Untitled, 2013
Acrylic & mixed media on canvas
153 x 113 cm
Courtesy of Jack Bell Gallery

You know I think she may be right so don’t miss it!

Chien-Yang Wang Girl In Toy Claw Crane Machine 2012 Giclee print on Epson photographic paper mounted on aluminium with UV seal 164.8 x 109.8 cm (64.8 x 43.2") Courtesy of Scream, London and the artist.

Chien-Yang Wang
Girl In Toy Claw Crane Machine
2012
Giclee print on Epson photographic paper mounted on aluminium with UV seal
164.8 x 109.8 cm (64.8 x 43.2″)
Courtesy of Scream, London and the artist.

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