Inaugural edition of Art13 London, this weekend.

, 25 February 2013
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Maintaining a global perspective is more important than ever, which is why it’s an ethic that aqnb aims to maintain particularly. Hence our excitement over the first ever Art13 London festival at Olympia Grand Hall starting this Friday, March 1. Running throughout the weekend, the event will feature 129 galleries from 30 participating countries

Art 13 London.
Art 13 London.

Featuring artists from both Western and non-Western backgroundd, Art13 London to create a Europe’s first truly global art fair, while placing emphasis on supporting emerging artists and art practices, such as dedicating an booth to performance art, as well as Young Galleries and London First (for galleries showing in the city for the first time). More established practitioners include 90-year-old Hungarian artist Judit Riegl, Zhang Wei, of the late 1970s ‘No Name Group’ in Beijing and Korea’s 2011 representative at the Venice Biennale, Lee Yongbaek. In saying that, there is plenty more to the programme, so see the Art 13 London website for information and to book tickets.**

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