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The London Illustration Fair
London’s only illustration-dedicated fair returns with a 3-day event of artist led stands, workshops, live djs and pop-up food stalls. Showcasing the most innovative and exciting illustrators, printmaker’s and draftsman working in London today, this is the perfect place to pick up a pre-Christmas present as prices start at £5.
Rose English: A Premonition of the Act
For the past decade, the celebrated performance artist, Rose English has been working with Chinese acrobats, filming their performances and rehearsals. At Camden, she will present a three channel video installation of her footage alongside a 70-minute sound installation of operatic voices and percussion.
Independent Ceramic Market
Organised by the people behind the DIY Art Market and Hackney Flea Market, this free weekend market will showcase over 50 ceramicists. With a diverse range of original ceramics for sale from lamps, tableware and vases to sculptures and unique pieces, this is the ideal location for discovering a new wave of ceramic artists including Amy Worrall, El Aich Designs, Concrete Jungles and Sean Roy Parker.
Heman Chong: An Arm, a Leg and Other Stories
The Singaporean artist, whose practice incorporates photography, performance and writing, will cover the floor of the South London Gallery’s main space with ‘Monument to the people we've conveniently forgotten’, an installation of one million blacked out business cards that explores codes of behavior. The space will become an active site of performance every Wednesday, when participants will recite stories, while upstairs in the first floor galleries you’ll encounter two writers in residence working away quietly.
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