We are thrilled to announce a fantastic selection of our Bridgeman Artists will be launching new limited edition prints for sale exclusively with the Art Car Boot Fair. Derrick Boateng, Faye Bridgwater and Hapshash and the Coloured Coat all feature in this year's Art Car Boot Fair in London. The theme of 2021 is the ‘Queen & Country’ edition, with premium access from 10am on Saturday 6th of November you can book your tickets at www.artcarbootfair.com. The event ends on Monday 8th.
A range of artists from around the world in all disciplines are featured in the edition, from Ben Eine to Susie Hamilton. Exclusive works are also being presented in addition to work which responds to the theme. The event offers the opportunity to purchase work at one off or bargain prices, with works available from as low as £50.
'The Art Car Boot Fair returns with an online spectacular in November with over 200 invited artists exploring the theme of ‘Queen & Country’. The fair is a unique chance to purchase works at astonishing prices from an exceptional selection of renowned artists. The theme for the November fair, ‘Queen & Country’ invites sincere, humorous, and creative responses to the contemporary state of affairs. After an unprecedented period, which has provoked myriad challenges to the status quo, the Art Car Boot Fair turns to artists for their very own take on the theme. Expect everything from icons,
myths, crowns, multifarious queens and jewels to cultural tropes, ironies, processions, pomp, absurdities, and punkish subversion.'
- Press Release
In addition to the three artists mentioned above, the following Bridgeman artists will also be presenting at the fair
Aaron Bevan Bailey
Jasmine De Silva
The November ‘Queen & Country’ event will take place exclusively online with a ticket system. Limited-edition first day access tickets can be purchased now for just £12 (rather than the standard £15) granting a first look at all the wonderful art and artists, access to an engaging Programme of the Day and live links directly into the Artists’ Studios. The fair promises to be the most exciting, subversive and thrilling edition yet before the cult event returns in-person next May.