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Top Picks: Affordable Art Fair Hampstead Cat Sweet for ArtCan | May 2019 The Hampstead edition of the Affordable Art Fair was bustling – plenty of fresh and innovative works, friendly artists and happy buyers. There was a wonderful range of metal work and sculpture on offer this...

Roy’s People Art Fair lands at The Bargehouse in Oxo Tower Wharf, a space with lots of exposed brick work and stripped back lighting that’s very atmospheric but not very spacious… Having said that, there are plenty of artists packed in! A lovely selection of abstract...

The Other Art Fair landed back in London in new digs at the Truman Brewery on Brick Lane this week, filled to the rafters with 140 artists and installations, including some thought provoking pieces designed to help pave the way for a greener future.   [caption id="attachment_17982" align="alignleft"...

ArtCan visits the Affordable Art Fair 2019 Catherine Sweet, March 2019 Butterflies, birds and circles (and occasionally even butterflies or birds in circles) are all the rage in contemporary art it would seem, at least if the collections presented at the Affordable Art Fair spring edition in Battersea Park is anything...

ArtCan picks from the London Art Fair 2019 January 2019, Catherine Sweet This was my first trip to the London Art Fair, an annual event at the Business Design Centre in Angel, and while it didn’t have quite the atmosphere I was expecting, there was certainly a...

By Hannah Pratt, Membership Director 2017 has been such a busy year for ArtCan: name changes, new shows in wonderful new locations, and the launch of the of ArtCan membership scheme, "Friends of ArtCan." The membership is split into four different tiers each with their own...

A conversation with ArtCan Founder, Kate Enters Written by David Pratt For just over four and a half years, a new movement has been bubbling away in London’s art scene. Driven by collaboration and a new approach focused on the artists just as much as their work,...

Watercolours, rinsing brushes, mixing paints and sculpting clay — water is a crucial part of an artist's work. This is why WITP are proud to partner with and promote UN Water's efforts on World Water Day. Today, 22 March, we are adding our voices to support...

By Kate Enters, WITP Founder, Director, and Artist What a year! In 2016, WITP has transitioned from existing purely as an annual exhibition to becoming registered as a formal business and applying for charitable status. This exciting new chapter has offered solidity and structure to how...