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Ten AWAD Members are exhibiting at the Affordable Art Fair in London, Battersea, from 19 to 23 October

Friday, October 14th, 2016


Image: A work by David Spiller (Courtesy of the artist and TAG Fine Arts)


If you make your way to Battersea Park next week you may be tempted by a varied selection of affordable art at the AAF Battersea that runs from Wednesday 19th to Sunday 23rd  October. Among the galleries exhibiting we are excited to see work by artists with ten of our Members. Click on each of the gallery names below to see a preview of AAF Battersea and to contact each gallery for any queries.


Alicia David Contemporary Art

Curious Duke Gallery


DegreeArt Gallery

Hanga Ten

Liberty Gallery

Modern Art Buyer

TAG Fine Arts

The Artful Project

The Linda Blackstone Gallery


Caiger Contemporary Art presents their Autumn Showcase in Battersea (8-13 Sep)

Wednesday, August 20th, 2014


In September, Caiger Contemporary Art will be back at The Gallery on the Corner in Battersea for the Autumn instalment of the gallery’s biannual Showcase. All the gallery artists will be exhibiting works including a brand new Battersea Power station original print by Jayson Lilley, new works from Lucy Carty inspired by her recent trip to Iceland and LoveJordan’s biggest ever paper sculpture, containing 100,000 pieces. For more information click here.

Caiger Contemporary Art presents a new gallery artist, Blandine Bardeau

Tuesday, July 1st, 2014


Caiger Contemporary Art are pleased to welcome on board Blandine Bardeau one of whose fantastic colourful abstract mixed media works, Le Petit Nid, is shown above courtesy of Caiger Contemporary Art.

For other news from Caiger Contemporary Art click here.


Portal Painters will be exhibiting at the Affordable Art Fair, London Battersea (13-16 Mar)

Tuesday, March 4th, 2014


Image: Isabelle Rozot’s An Italian Garden (Courtesy of Portal Painters)


Portal Painters will be exhibiting at the Affordable Art Fair, London Battersea (13-16 Mar). Jess Wilder is the director of Portal Painters which represents some twenty artists. Some from Scotland such as John Byrne, Whyn Lewis,James McNaught, Heather Nevay and Peter Thomson all graduated from Glasgow Art School and have their own very singular visions. Though mostly from the UK, Portal represents Isabelle Rozot from Paris, and Aishan Yu from Sezchuan, China. (more…)

Armsden presents ‘Namsa Leuba in conversation with Christiane Monarchi’ and ‘Vincent Chevillon discusses his practice’ on Saturday 23rd June at The Library Space, Battersea

Monday, June 18th, 2012
Image: Installation shot of ‘Last and First Men’ (Courtesy of Armsden)



Saturday 23 June  I The Library Space, 108 Battersea Park Road, London, SW11 4LY  I  11.30am
Namsa Leuba graduated from École Cantonale de Lausanne in 2011. She was recently awarded the Hyères Photo Global Prize, 2012 and will commence her scholarship at The School of Visual Art, New York later this year.  Her series Ya Kala Ben has been exhibited at the Espace Lausannois d’Art Contemporain (ELAC) and at the Planche(s) Contact festival in Deauville.  Her work has also been published in Numéro magazine.


Christiane Monarchi is Editor of Photomonitor (, the new webzine for current photography in the UK and Ireland.  Founding member of James Hyman Photography, London her wider experience includes writing for PLUK magazine, corporate art consulting, portfolio reviews at the World Photography Festival, London and judging the Rose Photography Award at the Royal Academy.
Saturday 23 June  I  The Library Space, 108 Battersea Park Road, London, SW11 4LY  I  2.00pm
These two events form a day of discussion during the closing weekend of the exhibition Last and First Men. Towards a New Anthropology, at The Library Space, Battersea (13 – 24 June  2012, Mon – Fri 10am-6pm, Sat – Sun 11am-6pm)
I have attached an install shot.
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