In its third year, Art15 at Olympia
will corral the works of 500 artists, shown by 150 galleries,
plucked from 40 countries.
And to keep things fresh, fair director Kate Bryan has
introduced the New 100 Club, gathering 100 art collectors under the
age of 40 to share information, ideas and inspiration. While
Audit, curated by Kathleen Soriano, brings together 15 artists
from countries including Tibet, Korea, Denmark and China, and
provides a platform for the enquiry of how artists from a wide
range of cultures can negotiate a path of respect, tolerance,
politics and taste.
Art is a whirligig of a restaurant, employing the skills,
menus and vibe of a different restaurant each
day; Michelin-starred Indian restaurant Gymkhana on
Thursday, overlooked-British-ingredient specialists The Clove Club on Friday
and American-inspired The Colony Grill
Room on Saturday.
And don't miss the Vanity Fair panel on
Thursday 21st in the Talks
Room, where at 7pm fair director Kate Bryan will be leading the
discussion on 'The Changing Nature of the Artist's Role in the
Global Art World'.
Art15, Olympia, Olympia Way, London, W14 8UX. From 21st-23rd May
2015. VIP and Preview day 20th May 2015.
Tickets from £15 at www.artfairslondon.com
Art15 offers all Vanity Fair A-List subscribers the
chance to win one pair of Art15 tickets, lunch for two at Food 4
Art restaurant, and a bottle of Pommery champagne (total worth
Art15 also offers all Vanity Fair A-List subscribers £10
off Thursday Late tickets in association with Vanity
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