art fair, news ROY’S PEOPLE ART FAIR IS BACK FOR AUTUMN IN THE HEART OF LONDON’S SOUTH BANK

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London (1st November 2018) Following the huge success of the 2nd Roys People Art Fair in April 2018, the revolutionary art fair is back by popular demand and on an even larger scale. This year’s Autumn instalment promises to impress at the award-winning landmark building, OXO Tower Wharf.

Roy’s People’s Art Fair will take place 1st-4th November at Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf, Bargehouse Street, South Bank, London SE1 9PH www.oxotower.co.uk

Roy’s People Art Fair introduces partnership with the UK’s leading youth homelessness charity, Centrepoint’

Roy’s People Art Fair 2018 will be partnering with leading youth homelessness charity, Centrepoint ‘To achieve this, the founders will be holding a silent auction throughout the duration of the fair’

Alongside the silent auction, to feature 5 artworks including work by the founders Roy Tyson & Sam Peacock, a special guest artist at the fair, Andrea Tyrimos, will also be creating a unique portrait and audio documentary of the life of an ex-centrepoint resident in her individual style featured in her recent solo show ‘Bipolar Picasso’

The first 2 events drew thousands to take part in the revolutionary artist- led art fair, pioneered by artists Sam Peacock and Roy Tyson. 80 carefully selected artists will be personally showcasing their pieces to the public during this free four-day event.

Tyson and Peacock founded the fair as a platform to offer their invaluable expertise and support to both emerging and established artists as they navigate the art world. Their focus is primarily on developing a community led spirit initiated by artists to connect directly with the public and promote both the artists’ and buyers’ interests first.

Roy’s People Art Fair introduces exclusive print release by world renowned street artist My Dog Sighs’

Visitors have a unique opportunity to immerse themselves in an interactive walk through installation at Roy’s People Art Fair.

Famous for his TED Talks & participation in Free Art Friday, resulting in appearances on ‘The One Show’ & ‘Culture Show’. In addition, My Dog Sighs will be releasing an exclusive Limited Edition Giclee print of which 25 will be hand finished by the artist on the opening night of the fair

 

Tyson and Peacock are both thrilled with this year’s venue setting, stating:

Our third instalment of Roy’s People Art Fair will reach new heights with the iconic Bargehouse in OXO Tower Wharf as our chosen location. Thanks to the success of last year, we are now able to extend our support to a wider group of artists and ensure our commu- nity provides them with the right knowledge and tools to make the fair a triumph.”

Highlights include:

  • My Dog Sighs Installation- an installation curated by Tyson, Peacock & My Dog Sighs situated in the foyer of the fair
  • See Fine Artist Andrea Tyrimos create an artwork for youth homelessness charity Centrepoint focusing on mental health within young people
  • Fine art printmaking studio Hippo Screenprinters will be live demonstrating the art of screen printing with exclusive artwork releases by a number of special guests
  • GreatArt & London Drawings host FREE Art Workshops all weekend including Kids creatives, Life Drawing, sketching & 3D Pen drawing to mention a few.

About the founders:

Roy Tyson is an urban artist based in Essex. He creates miniature figures, photographs them on the streets, depicting an unknown world beneath our feet. During his professional career he has worked with galleries worldwide as well as with high end corporate clients. royspeople.com

Sam Peacock is an abstract painter who explores the landscape using recycled and industrial materials to document the ever changing effect it has on the planet. Since graduating in 1998, he has been represented by galleries in London, Australia and Germany. He has had several solo shows worldwide, and been featured in various international art journals. sampeacock.com

 

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