Art14 - 2 for 1 offer on Standard Tickets

Art14 - 2 for 1 offer on Standard Tickets

Art14 London returns for its second instalment between 28th February and 2nd March at the Olympia Grand Hall. This year, the fair is set to build on its success encouraging more than the staggering 25,000 visitors they received last year.

Reflecting London’s global diversity, the fair will feature 180 galleries from 40 countries across the globe including Europe, US, Asia, the Middle East, Africa and South and Central America. Amongst these, several John Jones clients will be present including esteemed artist, Gordon Cheung, who will be exhibiting his post-apocalyptic visions. He uses a variety of different artist surfaces including John Jones conservation grade Birch panels and polyester sail cloth stretchers which are pulled drum tight.

Another loyal John Jones artist surfaces client presenting at the fair is Conor Harrington well-known for his fantastic blend of traditional oil painting inspired by old masters with current graffiti trends. He will be showcasing his paintings on John Jones acrylic primed fine stretched linen on 2 inch thick stretcher bars to create a thick boxed look which compliments his modern style.

Also Jack Bell Gallery is to be found on the fair and guests will be able to see the quality of 15 re-stretched canvases. Our experienced team of Installation Technicians have re-stretched the artworks at the gallery for a smooth client service. The stretcher bars are made from high quality conservation grade Tulip wood that is kiln dried to prevent splitting which ensures the canvases protection.

The confirmed exhibitor list can be viewed here. Art14 also has an interesting events programme for both artists and collectors including Open Art which brings private collections like the Wellcome Trust and Government Art Collection into the public realm.

Book your ticket online at and receive a 2 for 1 offer on standard tickets. Quote 'JOHNJONES' when prompted to redeem this offer.

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