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Approaching Fairs and Exhibitions 2019.

October 28, 2019

Hello everyone, I thought I’d tell you about a couple of interesting Fairs and exhibitions I’ve heard of which are either already on, or fast approaching. Apologies to my viewers from overseas, but these are all in the UK, please do come and visit them if you are travelling here.

Firstly for the North West locals we have the Manchester Print Fair on November 16th, with around 70 illustrators and artists taking part.

Secondly for all living around the Cambridge area, there’s a similar event on the same weekend, i.e. the 16th and 17th November. It’s called the Cambridge Illustartion and Print Fair and you can register here or admission is only £2.

More info over on the Ink Paper and Print site.

A few exciting exhibitions in London right now.

Firstly the Antony Gormley exhibition at the Royal Academy on until December 3rd. Looks amazing.

Secondly at the Tate Modern until January 5th 2020, the Olafur Eliasson exhibition. Olafur is a Danish-Icelandic artist known for sculptures and large-scale installation art employing elemental materials such as light, water, and air temperature to enhance the viewer’s experience. I watched a fascinating BBC programme about him here, sadly not available to view at the moment.

Also at the National Army Museum there’s a stunning collection of Wartime posters by Abram Games, on until November 24th.

Finally I’ll be exhibiting my ceramics again at the Sale Art Fair’s Christmas Bazaar in St Paul’s Church in Sale, M33 7YA, on Sat November 30th, 10 til 5pm.

One for your diary, more news to come.

I hope you enjoy my quick selection, do let me know if you do make it to any of these and also what you thought.

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