Welcome to Art15, the third edition of London’s global art fair sponsored by Citi Private Bank. The fair returns to Olympia in Kensington for new summer dates from Thursday 21 to Saturday 23 May, preceded by the Preview on Wednesday 20 May.

150 of the world’s most exciting galleries from 40 countries will showcase the masters of the modern era through to leading international artists from the contemporary scene. From Amman to Amsterdam, New York to New Delhi and Sao Paulo to Seoul, the fair will present art from across the globe.

More countries are represented at Art15 than at any other major international art fair, with over half of the galleries exhibiting at the fair having spaces outside of Europe.

Alongside tightly curated gallery sections, a public programme of talks and panel discussions, expert-led tours, artist installations and projects and specially curated initiatives will run parallel to the fair.

With a restaurant featuring some of the city’s premier restaurants, a bookstore run by leading art publishers and independent book shops, and exclusive evening events, Art15 is one of the most significant cultural events of London’s summer season.

Art15 presents Food 4 Art

Chosen by Fay Maschler, Food 4 Art features London's leading restaurants at Art15


Thursday Late in association with Vanity Fair

Vanity Fair, the world's most talked-about magazine will be the official Thursday Late media partner for Art15.


Given the fair's diverse global content, everyone – from private museum owners and collectors to curators and art lovers – has the opportunity to explore something new.

Kate Bryan, Art15 Fair Director

Art15 Galleries announced

150 galleries from over 40 countries will participate in the third edition of London's global art fair.


cements its place on the international art fair calendar...


New Art15 Curatorial Initiatives unveiled

Kathleen Soriano and Valentina Fois will curate two new projects at Art15.




The Art15 Galleries section welcomes established galleries from around the world to showcase a wide variety of media from the masters of the modern era through to leading international artists from the contemporary scene.


The Emerge section wholly encompasses the curatorial notion of emerging – from markets to galleries to artists. Jonathan Watkins, Director of Ikon Gallery in Birmingham and an ambassador for emerging artists, is the curatorial advisor for Emerge.

London First

Art15 continues its commitment to providing young galleries with a strong platform in London. Selected by curatorial advisor Aaron Cezar, Director of Delfina Foundation, London First provides unique access to galleries making their debut in London.




We are pleased to present the official publication for Art15 and your essential guide to visiting and buying at the art fair.

With a focus on each of the regions represented at the fair, gives you tips on collecting some of the fair's hottest artists from Asia Pacific, the Middle East, Africa, North and South America, Europe and London.

The newspaper also features style must-haves, quotes and interviews with Art15 curators, gallerists and insiders including Kathleen Soriano, Jonathan Yeo, Caroline Rush and Vanessa Brady.