AAF Battersea Spring 10 - 13 March 2022, it's finally here!
See the latest original artworks and limited editions prints from your favourite artists, as TAG Fine Art takes on AAF Battersea!
It's been too long since we caught up "IRL", so we hope you will be joining us for a Campari cocktail in leafy Battersea Park this week, at AAF.
If you're unfamiliar with the Affordable Art Fair, it first launched in 1999 on a mission to prove that art can be affordable and accessible to everyone, in a time before TAG Fine Arts was just a click away! AAF was an instant hit, giving the local community access to a diverse array of emerging and established artists' work, and dozens of galleries all under one roof.
Hobby & Mark have curated an incredible line-up of paintings, sculptures and signed limited edition prints from your favourite contemporary artists. Expect new works from Kristjana Williams, Guy Gee, Ewan David Eason and Fran Giffard and many more.
So if you have a space on the wall that "just needs something", or you haven't visited an exhibition in a while and have a craving for culture, pop in and see us!
A Sneak Preview....
Expect pop art, street art, abstract 3D art and cartography to all feature heavily in the curation, below is a small selection of highlights that TAG Fine Arts will be exhibiting.
Rebecca is a paper artist focused on the reinvention of entomological cataloguing, display and the assemblage of shapes. Each component is hand-drawn and carefully hand-cut from thoughtfully selected paper, focusing on recycling a medium that would otherwise be discarded or lost.
Transforming the typical into something extraordinary, she elevates magazines, papers, books, disused currency and stamps, becoming beautiful 3D works of art.
Growing up in northern Vermont, Canada, Dede Johnston developed an early passion for snow-laden alpine landscapes. This remains an important theme in her photography, which perfectly captures the feeling of being atop a mountain in Val d'Isere, Aspen or Verbier surrounded by fresh snow.
Burke's philosophy has always been to challenge art's dependency on the gallery institution, making work that focuses on accessibility and the desire to positively connect people with their environment. His work draws on themes of art as a commodity, fusing a wide range of disciplines from fine art, graphic design, interior design and architecture.
Burke has also established Shesh his graffiti tag - presenting it as a visual brand, continuing his exploration of art and the commercial world. Here he examines the symbiotic relationship between art, fashion, music and the identity of the artist as a brand in their own right.
We look forward to sharing a cocktail with you and celebrating AAF later this week!
Ewan David Eason's New Lenticular Series