Returning for its 33rd edition, this year the London Art Fair will be exhibition works from a range of galleries and artists in an alternative online format, with a unique programme of inspiring digital initiatives, accompanying the online Viewing Rooms.
Jealous are very excited to be partaking in the prestigious fair once again, this time we will be showing works from the likes of David Shrigley, Ally McIntyre, Chris Levine, Charming Baker, Stanley Donwood, The Chapman Brothers, Sara Pope, Augustine & Bridgland, Dave Buonaguidi and Paul Davis. At the online fair you'll be able to view the artists' works and listen to audio descriptions for each piece.
The London Art Fair: Edit will run from Wednesday 20th – Sunday 31st January 2021.
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