A Global Art Fair

Art15, Olympia Grand, London W14, 21st – 23rd May 2015

Anthony Caro,  Air, 1971,  Painted Steel, 35.5 x 183 x 198 cm,  The Artist's Private Collection,  Annely Juda Fine Art, London 'Courtesy of Piano Nobile Gallery'

Anthony Caro,
Air, 1971,
Painted Steel, 35.5 x 183 x 198 cm,
The Artist’s Private Collection,
Annely Juda Fine Art, London
‘Courtesy of Piano Nobile Gallery’

It is quite appropriate that the global art fair Art15 should be sponsored by the international bank Citi Private Bank. This, its third edition, promises a good mixture of modern and contemporary art from over forty different countries. There are a series of curatorial and other projects plus a new monumental sculpture by Sokari Douglas Camp, the British, Nigerian-born, artist, who was short-listed in 2003 for the Fourth Plinth in Trafalgar Square. This year’s fair will see the launch of the Global Private Museum Association, whose members will be international private museum owners.

James Ostrer 145.4  ©James Ostrer, Courtesy Gazelli Art House

James Ostrer
145.4
©James Ostrer, Courtesy Gazelli Art House

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Emily Young  'Mont Amiata Warrior' 2014 Courtesy of The Fine Art Society

Emily Young
‘Mont Amiata Warrior’ 2014
Courtesy of The Fine Art Society

Caroline Jane Harris,  Pulse, 2014,  hand-cut layered pigment prints on paper, 103 x 73.5 cm.  Image courtesy the artist and Kashya Hildebrand, London.

Caroline Jane Harris,
Pulse, 2014,
hand-cut layered pigment prints on paper, 103 x 73.5 cm.
Image courtesy the artist and Kashya Hildebrand, London.

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