Our autumn fair is right round the corner with just three weeks to go! And this edition we’re introducing you to 5 new galleries, all making their Affordable Art Fair Battersea Autumn debut.
Friday 1 October, 2021
NEW KIDS ON THE BLOCK
As opening day draws ever closer, we can’t wait to welcome you back to Affordable Art Fair Battersea Autumn. Amongst over 100 local and international galleries at this edition, we’re so excited to welcome 5 first-timers.
With work ranging from delicate woodblock prints to urban sculpture, vibrant landscapes and beautiful abstract pieces, these galleries are sure to make an impression at Battersea Autumn. Check them out below and be sure to catch them at the fair from 21 – 24 October. Get your tickets now!
This exciting online gallery working out of London are a perfect fit for the Affordable Art Fair, committed to making art-buying accessible and available to all. With work ruminating on themes of nostalgia, grief and memory to more uncompromising statements on modern technology and communications, Ancel’s stand is sure to be a memorable highlight of the fair!
China Impressions will be bringing the very best in contemporary Chinese art to Battersea Autumn. Be sure to drop by their stand to see some exquisite woodcut prints from The Great Northern Wilderness School. Regarded as the earliest printmaking group in China, the school remains an established leader in the field of contemporary printmaking today. Working with established artists and institutions, China Impressions aim to enhance appreciation for Chinese art on the world stage. Be sure to check out the delicate prints of Fu Baichuan and Zheng Zijiang (pictured below).
Since its founding on the Place des Vosges in Paris, Modus Art Gallery has established itself internationally as the place to go for work by acclaimed street artists. Bringing their signature colourful, playful urban art to the fair, Modus are a must for fans of bold, contemporary statement pieces. Be sure to check out the illusion of Dylan Martinez’s hand-blown glass sculptures, the enigmatic figurative works of Portuguese artist, Nuno Viegas, and Joe Suzuki’s Baloon Puppy (pictured).
NewingerArt join the roster with brilliant new work by artists from Mallorca and around the world. Based in London and led by gallerist Stefan J. Becker, NewingerArt was born with the aim of creating a platform for emerging artists to demonstrate their talent and diverse influences. New by name, new by nature: the gallery was born in 2020, and we can’t wait to see what they bring to the fair!
PENCIL TREE GALLERY
Joining the fair from Bath is Pencil Tree Gallery, a contemporary gallery-come-studio for artist Paul Jackson, specialising in colour-popping landscapes. You can find works by Paul Jackson and Dinah Case to name a few, with vibrant abstract paintings, landscapes and prints to discover spanning the Cornish coast to Ibiza and Biarritz. If you’re a modern landscape-lover, make sure to head to Pencil Tree’s stand this October.
Want to see these works in person? Get your tickets here and join us at the Affordable Art Fair, Battersea Autumn, from 21 – 24 October. To see the full list of our exhibiting galleries, click the link below.