The World's Largest Urban Art Fair Hits London This October

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The World's Largest Urban Art Fair Hits London This October

This is a sponsored article on behalf of Moniker Art Fair.

It’s interactive. It’s experimental. It’s immersive.

Moniker Art Fair is everything that your traditional art fair isn’t — rightly earning its reputation as one of the most exciting contemporary arts fairs around.

Back for its ninth year, the event takes place in The Old Truman Brewery from 4-7 October, boasting some of the country’s most talked about artists, galleries and collectors. There is no open call for exhibitors, and there is no buy in — only those making waves and pushing boundaries are hand-selected to make it through the doors.

If you've been to one of Moniker's fairs before, you know that while exhibitors are given the freedom to exhibit their works as they please, there's always an overarching theme that ties the pieces together. Recent examples include digital playgrounds and subversive funfairs, and this year's event is no exception, with a focus on revolutionary urban art: UNCENSORED.

With Open Studios dotted around the fair, expect to get up close to the artists themselves, gaining unique insights into their works and creations. There's special provision for young galleries too, with exhibition space for those who have been in the business for two years or less, putting them on equal footing with the giants of the arts world. Who knows who or what gems you could discover?

Don't worry if you're not committed to picking up a piece either. The Art Conference runs alongside, featuring a curated line-up of talks, debates and film screenings in partnership with the NuArt Journal from Norway — so even if you're just browsing, there's plenty going on to keep you occupied.  


The Moniker Art Fair hits The Old Truman Brewery from 4-7 October 2018. Tickets start at just £10 (+ booking fee). Click here to find out more.

Last Updated 19 September 2018