AAF Amsterdam 2010
Thurs 28 - Sun 31 October
Private View: Wed 27 Oct
AAF London 2010
Thurs 21 - Sun 24 October
Battersea Park, London
Private View: Wed 20 Oct
Affordable Art Fair
Bicha Gallery presents six new artists as the 2010 Autumn
Art Fair season begins
Colin McCallum, Interference: Blue, Orange, Purple, Red, Acrylic on canvas, 2008
Bicha Gallery are thrilled to welcome six new artists to their growing group as
they head to the London and Amsterdam Affordable Art Fairs. New artists include;
emerging British ceramicist Anna Barlow – an apprentice of Kate Malone’s; established
British abstract painters Colin McCallum and David Oates; emerging Greek painter
Paraskevi Plevri; Australian artist Janelle Humphreys with a series of frottage graphite
rubbings, British photographer Robin Forster and British sculpture and lecturer
This work will expand the gallery’s far reaching collection of member artists including
Dr Lisa Anderson, Eric Bourdon, John Bryson, John Crossley, Zoë Schieppati-Emery,
Ann Mary Gollifer, Claire Malet, Derek Marks, Annie Parker, Eleonore Pironneau,
Daniela Schneider and Anna Toppin amongst others.
Philip Booth, Interrupted Descent, Illustration board, wood, aluminum, acrylic & oil, 2005
After this year’s successful shows at the AAF Brussels and Paris, Bicha chose to extend
its exposure in Europe by participating at the Affordable Art Fair Amsterdam 2010.
Being held at Westergasfabriek, Amsterdam, The Netherlands between 28-31 October
– private view 27th October.
For further information, text or images, please contact António Capelão.
Bicha Gallery, 7 Gabriel’s Wharf, South Bank, London SE1 9PP
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Bicha represents living contemporary artists from the UK and around the world
– working in sculpture, ceramics, drawing, illustration, painting, photography,
printmaking, etching and metal work.
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