07/09/2021
Art News
Sioned Bryant
Art Fairs Are Back!
We celebrate the return of art fairs

This September, London has something for every art lover in town! From photography to fine art to sculptures, the capital is the place to be if you wish to immerse yourself in culture and discover emerging and established artists alike.

To make things easy, here at gowithYamo we have compiled a list of Autumnal fairs for you to explore!

Totally Thames (1st – 30th September)

Totally Thames is an annual art fair that celebrates unique, diverse and accessible art. It takes place along the riverbanks of our historical Thames and celebrates art, environmental initiatives, heritage and education programmes.

For more information on participating groups: https://thamesfestivaltrust.org/

Tickets: FREE (some venues require booking)

Credits: Totally Thames.
Credits: Totally Thames.


Open House 2021 (4th September – 12th September)

Open House is an annual festival that, for a few days, makes architecture across the capital accessible to all. The festival allows access to private homes, historic sites and government landmarks. Fancy snooping about some of London’s most illicit and secretive venues? Look no further than Open House. Completely free of charge, this year you can visit The Royal Opera House, City Hall, Freemasons Hall and many many more!

For more information: https://openhouselondon.open-city.org.uk/

Tickets: FREE (Some venues require booking)

Open House 2021, City Hall.

Photo London (9th – 12th September)

The first photography fair to take place anywhere in the world since the pandemic began is Photo London. For 3 days, London will be home to 88 galleries from 15 countries in the fair’s sixth edition. In continued support of emerging artists across the globe, the fair has a division called ‘Discovery Section’ that exhibits the works of new talent.

For more information: https://photolondon.org/public-programme/

Tickets: £39

Photo London at Somerset House. Credits: Photo London.

Frieze Sculpture Fair (14th September – 31st October)

On 14th September, Frieze Sculpture returns to the English Garden in The Regent’s Park in London. Walking through a park, sipping on a pumpkin spice latte while taking in the works of renowned international artists, what better way to spend your time to celebrate the turning of the seasons?!

For more information: https://www.frieze.com/article/frieze-sculpture-returns-regents-park-2021

Tickets: FREE

Daniel Arsham, Unearthed Bronze Eroded Melpomene, 2021. Courtesy of the artist and Perrotin.

Eye of The Collector (8th – 11th September)

Eye of the Collector is a new art fair that gives collectors, amateur and professional alike, the opportunity to view and acquire wonderful and dynamic works in an intimate environment at Two Temple Place. This fantastic, architecturally significant mansion will be transformed into a viewing gallery for fine art, design, and sculpture for an altogether unforgettable and aesthetically stimulating experience.

For more information: https://www.eyeofthecollector.com/london-fair

Tickets: £25

Eye of the Collector, 2021.
Eye of the Collector, 2021.

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REDEEM YAMOS
07/09/2021
Art News
Sioned Bryant
Art Fairs Are Back!
We celebrate the return of art fairs

This September, London has something for every art lover in town! From photography to fine art to sculptures, the capital is the place to be if you wish to immerse yourself in culture and discover emerging and established artists alike.

To make things easy, here at gowithYamo we have compiled a list of Autumnal fairs for you to explore!

Totally Thames (1st – 30th September)

Totally Thames is an annual art fair that celebrates unique, diverse and accessible art. It takes place along the riverbanks of our historical Thames and celebrates art, environmental initiatives, heritage and education programmes.

For more information on participating groups: https://thamesfestivaltrust.org/

Tickets: FREE (some venues require booking)

Credits: Totally Thames.
Credits: Totally Thames.


Open House 2021 (4th September – 12th September)

Open House is an annual festival that, for a few days, makes architecture across the capital accessible to all. The festival allows access to private homes, historic sites and government landmarks. Fancy snooping about some of London’s most illicit and secretive venues? Look no further than Open House. Completely free of charge, this year you can visit The Royal Opera House, City Hall, Freemasons Hall and many many more!

For more information: https://openhouselondon.open-city.org.uk/

Tickets: FREE (Some venues require booking)

Open House 2021, City Hall.

Photo London (9th – 12th September)

The first photography fair to take place anywhere in the world since the pandemic began is Photo London. For 3 days, London will be home to 88 galleries from 15 countries in the fair’s sixth edition. In continued support of emerging artists across the globe, the fair has a division called ‘Discovery Section’ that exhibits the works of new talent.

For more information: https://photolondon.org/public-programme/

Tickets: £39

Photo London at Somerset House. Credits: Photo London.

Frieze Sculpture Fair (14th September – 31st October)

On 14th September, Frieze Sculpture returns to the English Garden in The Regent’s Park in London. Walking through a park, sipping on a pumpkin spice latte while taking in the works of renowned international artists, what better way to spend your time to celebrate the turning of the seasons?!

For more information: https://www.frieze.com/article/frieze-sculpture-returns-regents-park-2021

Tickets: FREE

Daniel Arsham, Unearthed Bronze Eroded Melpomene, 2021. Courtesy of the artist and Perrotin.

Eye of The Collector (8th – 11th September)

Eye of the Collector is a new art fair that gives collectors, amateur and professional alike, the opportunity to view and acquire wonderful and dynamic works in an intimate environment at Two Temple Place. This fantastic, architecturally significant mansion will be transformed into a viewing gallery for fine art, design, and sculpture for an altogether unforgettable and aesthetically stimulating experience.

For more information: https://www.eyeofthecollector.com/london-fair

Tickets: £25

Eye of the Collector, 2021.
Eye of the Collector, 2021.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
07/09/2021
Art News
Sioned Bryant
Art Fairs Are Back!
We celebrate the return of art fairs

This September, London has something for every art lover in town! From photography to fine art to sculptures, the capital is the place to be if you wish to immerse yourself in culture and discover emerging and established artists alike.

To make things easy, here at gowithYamo we have compiled a list of Autumnal fairs for you to explore!

Totally Thames (1st – 30th September)

Totally Thames is an annual art fair that celebrates unique, diverse and accessible art. It takes place along the riverbanks of our historical Thames and celebrates art, environmental initiatives, heritage and education programmes.

For more information on participating groups: https://thamesfestivaltrust.org/

Tickets: FREE (some venues require booking)

Credits: Totally Thames.
Credits: Totally Thames.


Open House 2021 (4th September – 12th September)

Open House is an annual festival that, for a few days, makes architecture across the capital accessible to all. The festival allows access to private homes, historic sites and government landmarks. Fancy snooping about some of London’s most illicit and secretive venues? Look no further than Open House. Completely free of charge, this year you can visit The Royal Opera House, City Hall, Freemasons Hall and many many more!

For more information: https://openhouselondon.open-city.org.uk/

Tickets: FREE (Some venues require booking)

Open House 2021, City Hall.

Photo London (9th – 12th September)

The first photography fair to take place anywhere in the world since the pandemic began is Photo London. For 3 days, London will be home to 88 galleries from 15 countries in the fair’s sixth edition. In continued support of emerging artists across the globe, the fair has a division called ‘Discovery Section’ that exhibits the works of new talent.

For more information: https://photolondon.org/public-programme/

Tickets: £39

Photo London at Somerset House. Credits: Photo London.

Frieze Sculpture Fair (14th September – 31st October)

On 14th September, Frieze Sculpture returns to the English Garden in The Regent’s Park in London. Walking through a park, sipping on a pumpkin spice latte while taking in the works of renowned international artists, what better way to spend your time to celebrate the turning of the seasons?!

For more information: https://www.frieze.com/article/frieze-sculpture-returns-regents-park-2021

Tickets: FREE

Daniel Arsham, Unearthed Bronze Eroded Melpomene, 2021. Courtesy of the artist and Perrotin.

Eye of The Collector (8th – 11th September)

Eye of the Collector is a new art fair that gives collectors, amateur and professional alike, the opportunity to view and acquire wonderful and dynamic works in an intimate environment at Two Temple Place. This fantastic, architecturally significant mansion will be transformed into a viewing gallery for fine art, design, and sculpture for an altogether unforgettable and aesthetically stimulating experience.

For more information: https://www.eyeofthecollector.com/london-fair

Tickets: £25

Eye of the Collector, 2021.
Eye of the Collector, 2021.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
07/09/2021
Art News
Sioned Bryant
Art Fairs Are Back!
We celebrate the return of art fairs

This September, London has something for every art lover in town! From photography to fine art to sculptures, the capital is the place to be if you wish to immerse yourself in culture and discover emerging and established artists alike.

To make things easy, here at gowithYamo we have compiled a list of Autumnal fairs for you to explore!

Totally Thames (1st – 30th September)

Totally Thames is an annual art fair that celebrates unique, diverse and accessible art. It takes place along the riverbanks of our historical Thames and celebrates art, environmental initiatives, heritage and education programmes.

For more information on participating groups: https://thamesfestivaltrust.org/

Tickets: FREE (some venues require booking)

Credits: Totally Thames.
Credits: Totally Thames.


Open House 2021 (4th September – 12th September)

Open House is an annual festival that, for a few days, makes architecture across the capital accessible to all. The festival allows access to private homes, historic sites and government landmarks. Fancy snooping about some of London’s most illicit and secretive venues? Look no further than Open House. Completely free of charge, this year you can visit The Royal Opera House, City Hall, Freemasons Hall and many many more!

For more information: https://openhouselondon.open-city.org.uk/

Tickets: FREE (Some venues require booking)

Open House 2021, City Hall.

Photo London (9th – 12th September)

The first photography fair to take place anywhere in the world since the pandemic began is Photo London. For 3 days, London will be home to 88 galleries from 15 countries in the fair’s sixth edition. In continued support of emerging artists across the globe, the fair has a division called ‘Discovery Section’ that exhibits the works of new talent.

For more information: https://photolondon.org/public-programme/

Tickets: £39

Photo London at Somerset House. Credits: Photo London.

Frieze Sculpture Fair (14th September – 31st October)

On 14th September, Frieze Sculpture returns to the English Garden in The Regent’s Park in London. Walking through a park, sipping on a pumpkin spice latte while taking in the works of renowned international artists, what better way to spend your time to celebrate the turning of the seasons?!

For more information: https://www.frieze.com/article/frieze-sculpture-returns-regents-park-2021

Tickets: FREE

Daniel Arsham, Unearthed Bronze Eroded Melpomene, 2021. Courtesy of the artist and Perrotin.

Eye of The Collector (8th – 11th September)

Eye of the Collector is a new art fair that gives collectors, amateur and professional alike, the opportunity to view and acquire wonderful and dynamic works in an intimate environment at Two Temple Place. This fantastic, architecturally significant mansion will be transformed into a viewing gallery for fine art, design, and sculpture for an altogether unforgettable and aesthetically stimulating experience.

For more information: https://www.eyeofthecollector.com/london-fair

Tickets: £25

Eye of the Collector, 2021.
Eye of the Collector, 2021.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
07/09/2021
Art News
Sioned Bryant
Art Fairs Are Back!
We celebrate the return of art fairs

This September, London has something for every art lover in town! From photography to fine art to sculptures, the capital is the place to be if you wish to immerse yourself in culture and discover emerging and established artists alike.

To make things easy, here at gowithYamo we have compiled a list of Autumnal fairs for you to explore!

Totally Thames (1st – 30th September)

Totally Thames is an annual art fair that celebrates unique, diverse and accessible art. It takes place along the riverbanks of our historical Thames and celebrates art, environmental initiatives, heritage and education programmes.

For more information on participating groups: https://thamesfestivaltrust.org/

Tickets: FREE (some venues require booking)

Credits: Totally Thames.
Credits: Totally Thames.


Open House 2021 (4th September – 12th September)

Open House is an annual festival that, for a few days, makes architecture across the capital accessible to all. The festival allows access to private homes, historic sites and government landmarks. Fancy snooping about some of London’s most illicit and secretive venues? Look no further than Open House. Completely free of charge, this year you can visit The Royal Opera House, City Hall, Freemasons Hall and many many more!

For more information: https://openhouselondon.open-city.org.uk/

Tickets: FREE (Some venues require booking)

Open House 2021, City Hall.

Photo London (9th – 12th September)

The first photography fair to take place anywhere in the world since the pandemic began is Photo London. For 3 days, London will be home to 88 galleries from 15 countries in the fair’s sixth edition. In continued support of emerging artists across the globe, the fair has a division called ‘Discovery Section’ that exhibits the works of new talent.

For more information: https://photolondon.org/public-programme/

Tickets: £39

Photo London at Somerset House. Credits: Photo London.

Frieze Sculpture Fair (14th September – 31st October)

On 14th September, Frieze Sculpture returns to the English Garden in The Regent’s Park in London. Walking through a park, sipping on a pumpkin spice latte while taking in the works of renowned international artists, what better way to spend your time to celebrate the turning of the seasons?!

For more information: https://www.frieze.com/article/frieze-sculpture-returns-regents-park-2021

Tickets: FREE

Daniel Arsham, Unearthed Bronze Eroded Melpomene, 2021. Courtesy of the artist and Perrotin.

Eye of The Collector (8th – 11th September)

Eye of the Collector is a new art fair that gives collectors, amateur and professional alike, the opportunity to view and acquire wonderful and dynamic works in an intimate environment at Two Temple Place. This fantastic, architecturally significant mansion will be transformed into a viewing gallery for fine art, design, and sculpture for an altogether unforgettable and aesthetically stimulating experience.

For more information: https://www.eyeofthecollector.com/london-fair

Tickets: £25

Eye of the Collector, 2021.
Eye of the Collector, 2021.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
07/09/2021
Art News
Sioned Bryant
Art Fairs Are Back!

This September, London has something for every art lover in town! From photography to fine art to sculptures, the capital is the place to be if you wish to immerse yourself in culture and discover emerging and established artists alike.

To make things easy, here at gowithYamo we have compiled a list of Autumnal fairs for you to explore!

Totally Thames (1st – 30th September)

Totally Thames is an annual art fair that celebrates unique, diverse and accessible art. It takes place along the riverbanks of our historical Thames and celebrates art, environmental initiatives, heritage and education programmes.

For more information on participating groups: https://thamesfestivaltrust.org/

Tickets: FREE (some venues require booking)

Credits: Totally Thames.
Credits: Totally Thames.


Open House 2021 (4th September – 12th September)

Open House is an annual festival that, for a few days, makes architecture across the capital accessible to all. The festival allows access to private homes, historic sites and government landmarks. Fancy snooping about some of London’s most illicit and secretive venues? Look no further than Open House. Completely free of charge, this year you can visit The Royal Opera House, City Hall, Freemasons Hall and many many more!

For more information: https://openhouselondon.open-city.org.uk/

Tickets: FREE (Some venues require booking)

Open House 2021, City Hall.

Photo London (9th – 12th September)

The first photography fair to take place anywhere in the world since the pandemic began is Photo London. For 3 days, London will be home to 88 galleries from 15 countries in the fair’s sixth edition. In continued support of emerging artists across the globe, the fair has a division called ‘Discovery Section’ that exhibits the works of new talent.

For more information: https://photolondon.org/public-programme/

Tickets: £39

Photo London at Somerset House. Credits: Photo London.

Frieze Sculpture Fair (14th September – 31st October)

On 14th September, Frieze Sculpture returns to the English Garden in The Regent’s Park in London. Walking through a park, sipping on a pumpkin spice latte while taking in the works of renowned international artists, what better way to spend your time to celebrate the turning of the seasons?!

For more information: https://www.frieze.com/article/frieze-sculpture-returns-regents-park-2021

Tickets: FREE

Daniel Arsham, Unearthed Bronze Eroded Melpomene, 2021. Courtesy of the artist and Perrotin.

Eye of The Collector (8th – 11th September)

Eye of the Collector is a new art fair that gives collectors, amateur and professional alike, the opportunity to view and acquire wonderful and dynamic works in an intimate environment at Two Temple Place. This fantastic, architecturally significant mansion will be transformed into a viewing gallery for fine art, design, and sculpture for an altogether unforgettable and aesthetically stimulating experience.

For more information: https://www.eyeofthecollector.com/london-fair

Tickets: £25

Eye of the Collector, 2021.
Eye of the Collector, 2021.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
07/09/2021
Art News
Sioned Bryant
Art Fairs Are Back!
We celebrate the return of art fairs

This September, London has something for every art lover in town! From photography to fine art to sculptures, the capital is the place to be if you wish to immerse yourself in culture and discover emerging and established artists alike.

To make things easy, here at gowithYamo we have compiled a list of Autumnal fairs for you to explore!

Totally Thames (1st – 30th September)

Totally Thames is an annual art fair that celebrates unique, diverse and accessible art. It takes place along the riverbanks of our historical Thames and celebrates art, environmental initiatives, heritage and education programmes.

For more information on participating groups: https://thamesfestivaltrust.org/

Tickets: FREE (some venues require booking)

Credits: Totally Thames.
Credits: Totally Thames.


Open House 2021 (4th September – 12th September)

Open House is an annual festival that, for a few days, makes architecture across the capital accessible to all. The festival allows access to private homes, historic sites and government landmarks. Fancy snooping about some of London’s most illicit and secretive venues? Look no further than Open House. Completely free of charge, this year you can visit The Royal Opera House, City Hall, Freemasons Hall and many many more!

For more information: https://openhouselondon.open-city.org.uk/

Tickets: FREE (Some venues require booking)

Open House 2021, City Hall.

Photo London (9th – 12th September)

The first photography fair to take place anywhere in the world since the pandemic began is Photo London. For 3 days, London will be home to 88 galleries from 15 countries in the fair’s sixth edition. In continued support of emerging artists across the globe, the fair has a division called ‘Discovery Section’ that exhibits the works of new talent.

For more information: https://photolondon.org/public-programme/

Tickets: £39

Photo London at Somerset House. Credits: Photo London.

Frieze Sculpture Fair (14th September – 31st October)

On 14th September, Frieze Sculpture returns to the English Garden in The Regent’s Park in London. Walking through a park, sipping on a pumpkin spice latte while taking in the works of renowned international artists, what better way to spend your time to celebrate the turning of the seasons?!

For more information: https://www.frieze.com/article/frieze-sculpture-returns-regents-park-2021

Tickets: FREE

Daniel Arsham, Unearthed Bronze Eroded Melpomene, 2021. Courtesy of the artist and Perrotin.

Eye of The Collector (8th – 11th September)

Eye of the Collector is a new art fair that gives collectors, amateur and professional alike, the opportunity to view and acquire wonderful and dynamic works in an intimate environment at Two Temple Place. This fantastic, architecturally significant mansion will be transformed into a viewing gallery for fine art, design, and sculpture for an altogether unforgettable and aesthetically stimulating experience.

For more information: https://www.eyeofthecollector.com/london-fair

Tickets: £25

Eye of the Collector, 2021.
Eye of the Collector, 2021.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
07/09/2021
Art News
Sioned Bryant
Art Fairs Are Back!
We celebrate the return of art fairs

This September, London has something for every art lover in town! From photography to fine art to sculptures, the capital is the place to be if you wish to immerse yourself in culture and discover emerging and established artists alike.

To make things easy, here at gowithYamo we have compiled a list of Autumnal fairs for you to explore!

Totally Thames (1st – 30th September)

Totally Thames is an annual art fair that celebrates unique, diverse and accessible art. It takes place along the riverbanks of our historical Thames and celebrates art, environmental initiatives, heritage and education programmes.

For more information on participating groups: https://thamesfestivaltrust.org/

Tickets: FREE (some venues require booking)

Credits: Totally Thames.
Credits: Totally Thames.


Open House 2021 (4th September – 12th September)

Open House is an annual festival that, for a few days, makes architecture across the capital accessible to all. The festival allows access to private homes, historic sites and government landmarks. Fancy snooping about some of London’s most illicit and secretive venues? Look no further than Open House. Completely free of charge, this year you can visit The Royal Opera House, City Hall, Freemasons Hall and many many more!

For more information: https://openhouselondon.open-city.org.uk/

Tickets: FREE (Some venues require booking)

Open House 2021, City Hall.

Photo London (9th – 12th September)

The first photography fair to take place anywhere in the world since the pandemic began is Photo London. For 3 days, London will be home to 88 galleries from 15 countries in the fair’s sixth edition. In continued support of emerging artists across the globe, the fair has a division called ‘Discovery Section’ that exhibits the works of new talent.

For more information: https://photolondon.org/public-programme/

Tickets: £39

Photo London at Somerset House. Credits: Photo London.

Frieze Sculpture Fair (14th September – 31st October)

On 14th September, Frieze Sculpture returns to the English Garden in The Regent’s Park in London. Walking through a park, sipping on a pumpkin spice latte while taking in the works of renowned international artists, what better way to spend your time to celebrate the turning of the seasons?!

For more information: https://www.frieze.com/article/frieze-sculpture-returns-regents-park-2021

Tickets: FREE

Daniel Arsham, Unearthed Bronze Eroded Melpomene, 2021. Courtesy of the artist and Perrotin.

Eye of The Collector (8th – 11th September)

Eye of the Collector is a new art fair that gives collectors, amateur and professional alike, the opportunity to view and acquire wonderful and dynamic works in an intimate environment at Two Temple Place. This fantastic, architecturally significant mansion will be transformed into a viewing gallery for fine art, design, and sculpture for an altogether unforgettable and aesthetically stimulating experience.

For more information: https://www.eyeofthecollector.com/london-fair

Tickets: £25

Eye of the Collector, 2021.
Eye of the Collector, 2021.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
07/09/2021
Art News
Sioned Bryant
Art Fairs Are Back!
We celebrate the return of art fairs

This September, London has something for every art lover in town! From photography to fine art to sculptures, the capital is the place to be if you wish to immerse yourself in culture and discover emerging and established artists alike.

To make things easy, here at gowithYamo we have compiled a list of Autumnal fairs for you to explore!

Totally Thames (1st – 30th September)

Totally Thames is an annual art fair that celebrates unique, diverse and accessible art. It takes place along the riverbanks of our historical Thames and celebrates art, environmental initiatives, heritage and education programmes.

For more information on participating groups: https://thamesfestivaltrust.org/

Tickets: FREE (some venues require booking)

Credits: Totally Thames.
Credits: Totally Thames.


Open House 2021 (4th September – 12th September)

Open House is an annual festival that, for a few days, makes architecture across the capital accessible to all. The festival allows access to private homes, historic sites and government landmarks. Fancy snooping about some of London’s most illicit and secretive venues? Look no further than Open House. Completely free of charge, this year you can visit The Royal Opera House, City Hall, Freemasons Hall and many many more!

For more information: https://openhouselondon.open-city.org.uk/

Tickets: FREE (Some venues require booking)

Open House 2021, City Hall.

Photo London (9th – 12th September)

The first photography fair to take place anywhere in the world since the pandemic began is Photo London. For 3 days, London will be home to 88 galleries from 15 countries in the fair’s sixth edition. In continued support of emerging artists across the globe, the fair has a division called ‘Discovery Section’ that exhibits the works of new talent.

For more information: https://photolondon.org/public-programme/

Tickets: £39

Photo London at Somerset House. Credits: Photo London.

Frieze Sculpture Fair (14th September – 31st October)

On 14th September, Frieze Sculpture returns to the English Garden in The Regent’s Park in London. Walking through a park, sipping on a pumpkin spice latte while taking in the works of renowned international artists, what better way to spend your time to celebrate the turning of the seasons?!

For more information: https://www.frieze.com/article/frieze-sculpture-returns-regents-park-2021

Tickets: FREE

Daniel Arsham, Unearthed Bronze Eroded Melpomene, 2021. Courtesy of the artist and Perrotin.

Eye of The Collector (8th – 11th September)

Eye of the Collector is a new art fair that gives collectors, amateur and professional alike, the opportunity to view and acquire wonderful and dynamic works in an intimate environment at Two Temple Place. This fantastic, architecturally significant mansion will be transformed into a viewing gallery for fine art, design, and sculpture for an altogether unforgettable and aesthetically stimulating experience.

For more information: https://www.eyeofthecollector.com/london-fair

Tickets: £25

Eye of the Collector, 2021.
Eye of the Collector, 2021.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
07/09/2021
Art News
Sioned Bryant
Art Fairs Are Back!
We celebrate the return of art fairs

This September, London has something for every art lover in town! From photography to fine art to sculptures, the capital is the place to be if you wish to immerse yourself in culture and discover emerging and established artists alike.

To make things easy, here at gowithYamo we have compiled a list of Autumnal fairs for you to explore!

Totally Thames (1st – 30th September)

Totally Thames is an annual art fair that celebrates unique, diverse and accessible art. It takes place along the riverbanks of our historical Thames and celebrates art, environmental initiatives, heritage and education programmes.

For more information on participating groups: https://thamesfestivaltrust.org/

Tickets: FREE (some venues require booking)

Credits: Totally Thames.
Credits: Totally Thames.


Open House 2021 (4th September – 12th September)

Open House is an annual festival that, for a few days, makes architecture across the capital accessible to all. The festival allows access to private homes, historic sites and government landmarks. Fancy snooping about some of London’s most illicit and secretive venues? Look no further than Open House. Completely free of charge, this year you can visit The Royal Opera House, City Hall, Freemasons Hall and many many more!

For more information: https://openhouselondon.open-city.org.uk/

Tickets: FREE (Some venues require booking)

Open House 2021, City Hall.

Photo London (9th – 12th September)

The first photography fair to take place anywhere in the world since the pandemic began is Photo London. For 3 days, London will be home to 88 galleries from 15 countries in the fair’s sixth edition. In continued support of emerging artists across the globe, the fair has a division called ‘Discovery Section’ that exhibits the works of new talent.

For more information: https://photolondon.org/public-programme/

Tickets: £39

Photo London at Somerset House. Credits: Photo London.

Frieze Sculpture Fair (14th September – 31st October)

On 14th September, Frieze Sculpture returns to the English Garden in The Regent’s Park in London. Walking through a park, sipping on a pumpkin spice latte while taking in the works of renowned international artists, what better way to spend your time to celebrate the turning of the seasons?!

For more information: https://www.frieze.com/article/frieze-sculpture-returns-regents-park-2021

Tickets: FREE

Daniel Arsham, Unearthed Bronze Eroded Melpomene, 2021. Courtesy of the artist and Perrotin.

Eye of The Collector (8th – 11th September)

Eye of the Collector is a new art fair that gives collectors, amateur and professional alike, the opportunity to view and acquire wonderful and dynamic works in an intimate environment at Two Temple Place. This fantastic, architecturally significant mansion will be transformed into a viewing gallery for fine art, design, and sculpture for an altogether unforgettable and aesthetically stimulating experience.

For more information: https://www.eyeofthecollector.com/london-fair

Tickets: £25

Eye of the Collector, 2021.
Eye of the Collector, 2021.

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