Address: Duke of York's HQ, King's Rd, Chelsea, London SW3 4RY
Trends, masters, masterpieces and bargains to grab on the fly - the best of modern and contemporary art created in the United Kingdom is the undisputed star of the British Art Fair. For the third time in the history of the event, this gathering for collectors and enthusiasts is being hosted by the spaces of the Saatchi Gallery at its Duke of York Headquarters. Around fifty select exhibitors are ready to present their offerings on a stage that, over three decades, has never failed to launch huge successes. In fact, one of the main features of the British Art Fair is its focus on research, discovery and re-evaluation carried out by the galleries on British soil. For four days, the most significant artistic movements of the last one-hundred years - form Modernism to Street Art - set up house in Chelsea with an ample assortment of paintings, drawings, sculptures and graphic works. At the centre of it all, the most famed British artists of the XX and XXI Centuries - from Henry Moore to David Hockney, from Barbara Hepworth to Damien Hirst, all the way up to Grayson Perry and Chris Ofili. Special events and curated exhibitions - another noteworthy aspect of the fair since the ‘90s - allow visitors to take in-depth looks at YBA, Alan Davie and David Inshaw.