Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Grove, London SW7 2AR

Adam Dant, 900 Years in 900 Stories, 76.2 x 111.7 cm, Hand-tinted lithograph on 300 gsm Somerset satin paper with gold leaf border, Edition of 90
A Barts Heritage Commission

London Map Fair

We're thrilled to announce that as one of the leading specialists in contemporary cartography TAG Fine Arts has been invited to exhibit with the London Map Fair, in the historic Royal Geographical Society venue.

Established in 1980, the fair has become a staple event for collectors, curators and map aficionados from all over the world. To mark the occasion, we will be launching Adam Dant's "900 Years in 900 Stories" as a limited editioned print following the success of a recent commission celebrating 900 years of the St Barts Hospital.

This year's fair also features a talk by TAG Fine Arts contemporary cartographer Adam Dant, titled "You are not here." Dant will take you on a journey through his unique and diverting maps. From neighbourhoods redrawn according to the nocturnal reveries of their inhabitants to a city map devoted exclusively to the presence of tortoises. Dant's maps are as disorientating as they are fascinating. The talk on Saturday, 10 June 2:30pm is a must see for anyone interested in the intersection of art and cartography.

EXHIBITING ARTISTS Adam Dant, Ewan David Eason, Emma Johnson, Loraine Rutt, Justine Smith, Tobias Till, Stephen Walter

The Royal Geographical Society,
Kensington Gore, South Kensington, London SW7 2AR

Exhibition Dates

Saturday, 10 June, 12 - 7 pm
Sunday 11 June, 10 - 6 pm

Free Entry

"You are not here" Adam Dant Lecture

Saturday, 10 June, 2:30 pm


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