Liverpool Contemporary Arts Fair 2014
ROYAL LIVER BUILDING
LIVERPOOL WATERFRONT, L3 1HU
VIP Preview Thursday 25 June 18.00 to 21.00
Friday 26 June 10.30 to 18.00
Saturday 27 June 10.30 to 1730
Sunday 28 June 10.00 to 1700
  • Hillier Gallery - Angelica Privalihin
  • Mackenzie Thorpe
  • Peter Hill Fine Art
  • Art Fair
  • Christian Furr
  • MG Fine Art Limited
  • Janet Kenyon Fine Art
  • Mayne Gallery - Howard Birchmore
  • Artifex Gallery - Bernie Wisniewski
  • Belgravia Gallery
  • Art 5
  • Deborah Butler, Liverpool Waterfront

Liverpool Contemporary Arts Fair 2015

Liverpool Contemporary is now in its second consecutive year.  We will again be showcasing work by emerging and established artists from over 50 leading British and International galleries from the prestigious location of the Royal Liver building.

The Fair was launched last year as part of the IFB Cultural programme to considerable success, showcasing original work by Nelson Mandela.

Liverpool has a prosperous art scene as well as a growing collector base. It is a dynamic cultural destination with an international name for presenting the very best in visual art through its public institutions, private collections, leading commercial galleries, and world renowned Biennial.

 

Visitors to the Fair will be able to view and buy art from some of the most exciting contemporary galleries working today.  The Fair will include Visual Art, photography, sculpture, ceramics, glass work and much more 

 

 

 

 

Programme

  •  The Fair will present  a curated programme of talks, artists, commissions and film projects, many of which are interactive or performative and encourage visitors to engage with Art and Artists directly. 

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  • An Art Exhibition curated by Liverpool Love with original art from Sir Peter Blake, Dan Baldwin,  Christian Furr, Chris Bracey, Gaston Ugalde, Brad Faine Noel Fielding,   Jonny Gent, Abigail Fallis,  Adrien Henri, Stuart Sutcliffe, Shauna Ricahrdson, Nick Sherratt, Brendan Neiland, John Humphreys,  and John Stoddart

     

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