Olympia Grand Hall
Adult Ticket: £12 advance (more on the door)
Double Adult Ticket: £18 advance (more on the door)
Visit our stand N9 at Art14 to browse limited edition prints and view other Iniva commissions for sale.
Art14 London has a global focus and will include international galleries from around the world, from Osaka to Havana and from Addis Ababa to St. Petersburg. Taking place at Olympia Grand Hall, in West London, the Fair will bring to the city a diverse range of artists, galleries, talks and events, in an environment tailored to captivate new audiences and open up the art world. With its focus on emerging as well as established artists, and with artwork prices ranging from £500 to £500,000, Art14 London will be a place to learn about and experience art, and a place for budding collectors to start investing in art.
Visit us at Stand N9
Situated within the not-for-profit section of the fair, Iniva will be exhibiting artworks from celebrated international artists that we have worked with over the last year. All proceeds of our artwork sales support our artistic and educational programme.
This year we will be exhibiting works include large scale paintings by Kimathi Donkor and works on paper by Lubaina Himid as well as limited prints by Peter Clarke and a chance to view and purchase very limited copies of the Rivington Place Portfolio (which includes work by Sonia Boyce, Hew Locke, Isaac Julien and Chris Ofili).
Kimathi Donkor was born in Bournemouth, England in 1965 and lives and works in London. Donkor is interested in the representation of memory, identity and agency. Some of his works revisit relatively recent events, such as the 2005 shooting of the Brazilian migrant worker, Jean Charles de Menezes, or London’s urban unrest of 1985 – both of which occured in his London neighbourhood.
Iniva Panel Discussions
As part of the public programme of events and talks at ART14 our CEO Tessa Jackson will also be presenting three international discussion panels to share insights into how changing contexts are affecting art practice. These include discussion on how is India navigating its own recent art history and looking at Africa as an artistic continent.