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Iniva at Art14 – see work by Kimathi Donkor and Lubaina Himid

Iniva is delighted to announce its participation at Art14 international art fair this weekend. This year we will be exhibiting artworks for sale as well as contributing to the public programme of talks. Visit us at Stand N9.

Iniva at Art14

Iniva at Art14

At Art14 over 180 galleries from 40 countries will showcase over 700 artists, from emerging talents to modern masters. The fair will feature a range of media including painting, sculpture, photography, editions and more.






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Kimathi Donkor, Oshun Visits Gaba at Tate’s ‘Big House’ (2013)


Situated within the not-for-profit section of the fair, Iniva will be showing work by celebrated international artists that we have worked with over the last year. All proceeds of artwork sales support our artistic and educational programme.






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Lubaina Himid, Striped Bridge, 2013


Expect to see large scale paintings by Kimathi Donkor, works on paper by Lubaina Himid as well as limited edition prints by Peter Clarke. There’s also a chance to view and purchase limited copies of the Rivington Place Portfolio, which includes work by Sonia Boyce, Hew Locke, Isaac Julien and Chris Ofili.

As an official partner of Art14 London, we have a special 2 for 1 offer on £12 Standard Tickets. Simply quote ‘INIVA’ when booking online to redeem your ticket.

Iniva's stand at art14

Iniva’s stand at art14

Iniva’s Talks programme

Saturday 1st March, 4pm
How is India navigating its own recent art history? With Zasha Colah, Clark House Initiative, Mumbai; art historian, critic and curator Deepak Ananth and art critic Zehra Jumabhoy.

Sunday 2nd March, 1:30pm
Hong Kong and Singapore – as places on the move, what are the implications for contemporary art in SouthEast Asia. With curator Sally Lai and Ying Kwok, founder of the Collectors Club, Hong Kong.

Sunday 2nd March, 3pm
Africa in the Spotlight – as interest increases, what is happening in parts of this vast continent, and what are the realities for artists?
With art historian Liese van der Watt, curator and research fellow Christine Eyene and independent curator Yasmina Reggad.