It is a big year for Moniker. This year, the New York iteration relocated from Brooklyn to Manhattan. In London, it will move from its Shoreditch home to Chelsea, bringing its forward-looking approach to a more conservative part of the capital. Of the move, Moniker's director, Tina Ziegler says: “After nine years supporting and championing the growth of urban art in the heart of East London, it felt like the right time to do the unexpected; move to an area of London more traditional in nature."
Lauren Baker, You Blow My Mind. The Arthound Gallery
Last year saw some exciting collaborations, including a partnership with Berlin’s Urban Nation Museum and solo displays from emerging artists, such as Dan Rawlings and American graffiti artist/activist Ann J. Lewis. This year, the fair will continue its exciting programme with films, talks and exclusive performances from a host of fresh talent.
Moniker Art Fair London promises to provide an immersive experience distinct from most other art fairs. This is the place to go if you are looking for something different, something with its roots in rebellion and risk-taking.
VIP and collectors' opening
Wednesday 2 October | 3pm - 10pm
Thursday 3 October | 3pm - 10pm
Public fair days
Friday 4 October | 1pm - 9pm
Saturday 5 October | 11am - 8pm
Sunday 6 October | 11am - 6pm
|What||Moniker Art Fair, Chelsea|
|Where||The Chelsea Sorting Office, 90-100 Sydney Street, London, SW3 6NJ | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Sloane Square (underground)|
02 Oct 19 – 06 Oct 19, Times vary. See below for details.
|Website||Click here for more information|