Last weekend I visited the Business Design Centre in Islington to have a look at the work on display for the London Art Fair.

I wanted to focus on how each gallery was utilizing their space at the fair, in an attempt to gain an understanding of space which could be applied to our group exhibit that will be taking place at the end of the term…

However, once I arrived, I ended up forgetting to document these spaces and I only ended up with images of individual work, and nothing really of how the works interacted with one another in the space!

Thought I would still share with you the work that caught my eye…



‘Shard’ by Allan Forsyth




‘The Long Gallery I’ by John Monks




‘Frenzy’ by Jack Tanner


I have found lots of potential inspiration from these works. I think this blog post will remain as a kind of personal memory bank for me to come back to in the future.

I am particularly interested in looking back at the Bronze cast work and the painting with screws by Jack Tanner.


Hopefully I can look a little closer at gallery spaces another time!



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