(Peckham International Art Fair)
PIAF is a not-for-profit platform for galleries, collectives and art initiatives held at Copeland Park, an industrial unit in the creative quarter of Peckham in South London.
Friday 29 September 2017 18:00 – 21:00
Saturday 30 September – Thursday 5 October 12:00 – 19:00
Press & Preview (by invitation)
Friday 29 September 15:00 – 18:00
Copeland Park & Bussey Building,
133 Copeland Road,
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PIAF (Peckham International Art Fair) is an ambitious art fair launching in London, 30 September to 5 October 2017.
PIAF is a not-for-profit platform for galleries, collectives and art initiatives held during London’s busiest art week of the year. It coincides with Frieze Art Fair, which attracts more than 60,000 visitors eager to partake in a host of simultaneous cultural events across the city.
PIAF will host 15 galleries at Copeland Park, an industrial unit in the creative quarter of Peckham in south London. We are inviting galleries, curatorial projects and art initiatives that we believe are at the cutting edge of the global art market. PIAF launches with an exciting space and a committed team all set to create a landmark art event.
Exhibitors 2017 Alpine Road Gallery (UK), Apotheosis Art (USA), APT Gallery (UK), ArtGemini Prize (UK), ASC Gallery (UK), BEASTON Projects (UK), BrightRooms (UK), MOCA London (UK), Open Doors Gallery (UK), Switch (UK), Trove54 (UK/Ghana), White Counduit Projects (UK/Japan).
Projects 2017 Cedar Lewisohn ‘Ndungu SE15’ (UK), Francesca Checchi “6X3” (Italy), Collateral Drawing (UK), Cork Lined Rooms (UK), António Branco and Riccardo T. ‘.2Dot Performance’ (Portugal / Italy)
Exhibiting Artists António Branco, Ash Eliza Smith, Biggs and Collings, Brent Sommerhauser, Caterina Lewis, Cedar Lewisohn, Dahlia Westmoreland, Daisy Cox, Darrell Hawkins, Darren O’Brien, Ernesto Canovas, Francesca Checchi, Gavin Turk, Gideon Appah, Gillian Carnegie, Glenn Brown, Gordon Cheung, Ian Howorth, Irvin Pascal, Jake Michaels, Jaykoe, Jeanette Gunnarsson, Maria Lax, Michael Ashcroft, Miho Sato, Patrick Quarm, Predrag Milosevic, Ralph Anderson, Riccardo Tarocco, Richard Bateman, Ryan Gander, Ryan Staley, Simon English, Simon Linington, Sue Arrowsmith, Tadashi Maruyama, Wieble Leister, Yifei Diao, Collateral Drawing Artists, ArtGemini Prize Winners and many others.
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