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The 27th edition of the London Art Fair will officially launch the art world year in the UK this month with a multitude of exquisite work on show. The Main Fair will bring together over 120 leading galleries from across the UK and overseas.
The dust has just settled after the manic and slightly over indulgent Christmas period, so to cure those January blues that are beginning to set in we thought it was prime time to cast a whistful eye back over last twelve months and relive some of our art highlights of 2014.
PatnDon are an artist duo that share a unique vision and way of making art, communicating their idea in variety media including print, text, video, painting and photography.
There has been a lot of press recently about the new ground-breaking exhibition of Egon Schiele’s evocative nudes currently on at London’s Cortauld Gallery.
Peter Blake is a unique artist who loves to revisit his earlier work, re-examining it and further exploring ideas. This can be seen in his fabulous new print, which is a contemporary reworking of an old favourite.
The juggernaut that is Frieze Art Fair has recent rolled into town and taken place in London’s Regent’s Park, bringing with it a host of contemporary art as well as a number insightful artist led talks and discussions including the brilliant Bruce McLean.
artrepublic artist Michelle Mildenhall is currently taking part in an exciting and provocative new show titled “Sex Sells”. Alongside two other acclaimed artists, Jess Eaton and Andrew Shoben, Michelle is showing a set of portraits which have been meticulously constructed from sheets of latex.
This month sees the spotlight turned on one of the most important artists in British history, Joseph Mallord William Turner. The forthcoming film ‘Mr. Turner’, which hits cinemas at the end of October, is a biographical account of the artist written and directed by Mike Leigh.
artrepublic favourite Dave White is back with ‘Albion’, his highly anticipated latest body of work, which explores the heritage and iconography of native species to Britain, in the artist’s signature dynamic style. For his latest paintings White has cast his eye on familiar shores and is encouraging the viewer to reconnect with the indigenous wildlife that is dwindling in numbers on these isles.