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What’s on in London for the Arts This October

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Explore, discover, and collect the very best in original contemporary print from over 500 artists and leading galleries at Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair.

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Europe’s largest art fair dedicated to highly collectible print works, Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair continues to be the pioneer in the world of contemporary original print, pushing the boundaries of this diverse medium and situating it within the wider context of contemporary art. 

This year the participating galleries include Bonhams, Paul Stolper Gallery, Paupers Press, Eames Fine Art and Atelier Rose & Grey, with exceptional prints by artists including Sir Michael Craig Martin, Sir Peter Blake, Harland Miller, Julian Opie and Gavin Turk available.

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Julian Opie – Old St Walkers

This October visitors can look forward to exclusive prints from the likes of David Shrigley, represented by specialist print gallery Jealous, alongside emerging talents in the Fair’s Curated Hang, selected by a panel of industry experts. 

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Ian Davenport Centre Atelier Rose Grey

The Fair creates a curated and accessible platform for all types of collectors to engage with the very best in original print from living artists. Located at London’s historic Royal Arsenal, now easily reachable from Central London via the Elizabeth Line. 

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Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair, 26-28 September, Woolwich Arsenal. SE18 6HD www.woolwichprintfair.com

Meeting at the Volta is a celebration of two generations of remarkable African photographers, Sanlé Sory (b. 1943, Burkina Faso) and Kyle Weeks (b. 1992, Namibia) at the David Hill Gallery in Ladbroke Grove. 

Though representative of cultures decades apart, Sory and Weeks find common ground in capturing the energy and urgency of West African youth. Exhibited side by side, viewers can see not only the evolution in style and setting, but the development of photography as a medium. Until 25 November, David Hill Gallery, W10 https://davidhillgallery.net 

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