Contemporary Art Fair
Battersea Arts Centre, London, May 11-13, 2007
Contemporary Art Fair (BCAF - http://www.bcaf.info),
one of the largest, most popular independent art exhibitions in the
UK, returns to Battersea Arts Centre, London, on May 11-13, 2007.
than 3,500 people are expected to attend the annual event, now in its
thirteenth year, which showcases over 150 established and flourishing
contemporary artists who benefit from being able to sell their work
directly to the public, commission free. Buyers can meet the artists
and obtain original works - costing from GBP £40 to GBP £4,000
GBP - without a gallery or agent taking a cut, which can mean savings
of 40% and more.
Newton, owner and operator of BCAF, comments: “In a crowded
market space, the Battersea Contemporary Art Fair consistently
provides the public with outstanding choice and quality and
unprecedented personal access to the artists.”
is open from 6-9pm on Friday May 11 and 11am-5pm on Saturday May 12
and Sunday May 13 at the Battersea Arts Centre, Battersea Old Town
Hall, Lavender Hill, London, SW11 5TN. Tickets are available on the
door and entry costs £6 GBP concessions £4(accompanied
children under 16 gain free entry). Booking information for artists
is at http://www.bcaf.info
in 1992, the Battersea Contemporary Art Fair is operated by Maria
Newton and runs annually in May at the Battersea Arts Centre, an
English Heritage site and registered charity. BCAF has gained an
enviable reputation for attracting an excellent variety of high
quality work and making contemporary art accessible to the public.
Two full time employees and up to 14 part-timers produce the events.
further information please contact:
Newton, Battersea Contemporary Art Fair
0870 2860066 / 07747 800001