Due to recent events, we have seen an upsurge in enquiries for event insurance for Art Fairs, particularly to provide insurance for cancellation costs due to the Coronavirus. Insurance polices offer cover for unknown or fortuitous events and as the Coronavirus is a “known event” cover is subsequently excluded. If you have an annual […]
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There is a vast array of art fairs all around the UK from Dundee to Cardiff and down to Brighton. We have curated this list of some of the top UK art fairs outside of London. This page is regularly updated with the latest art fair dates. If you would like to suggest a fair […]
Potentially the biggest art theft in history has occurred overnight in Dresden, Germany. Reportedly surpassing the still unsolved $500 million heist in Boston in 1990; thieves have made off with up to €1 billion ($1.1b US) of jewellery. Perpetrators of the Green Vault heist are said to have targeted smaller objects such as jewellery and […]
Always Up To Date: London Art Fair Guide. This guide is updated throughout the year with new fairs and changes. Bookmark this page to never a London fair!
Street artist Banksy has today been revealed at number 14 on Art Review’s 2019 ‘Power 100’ list. The anonymous Bristol born artist was last on the list in 2008 at position 63.
This blog post was written and provided by The Art & Antiques Fair Olympia “An endlessly rewarding journey of detection, embracing patronage, fashion and power” Buying your first piece of valuable art for your home is a hugely exciting moment. Often it’s a big investment and searching for that one statement piece to start your artistic […]
It was surreal for me to return to the Leake Street tunnel after nearly 10 years. The tunnel under Waterloo Station hosted Banksy’s ‘Cans Festival’ in 2008. Today the now ‘designated graffiti area’ continues to be covered by street art, but of a more traditional graffiti genre than that of 10 years ago.
Supported by GreatArt, the 2nd edition of Roy’s People Art Fair returns in April to bring 80 emerging and established artists to the iconic OXO Tower Wharf in the City of London.
The Works on Paper Fair Returns to The RGS in South KensingtonThe Works on Paper Fair is the UK’s specialist fair for all art on paper, from all periods. The fair will be held for the third year at the Royal Geographical Society, South Kensington, between 1 – 4 February 2018.
Brownhill Insurance Group and Love Art Insurance are delighted to announce their recognition by Insurance Business Magazine as a Specialty Broker for Art Insurance. Published in issue 2.04, Insurance Business note “the foundation of a specialty insurance broker’s work is the thorough knowledge of an industry” and “armed with years of experience and education, insurance specialists […]