October 7, 2008 - scope - October 16-19, 2008
October 7, 2008

October 16-19, 2008

Adonis Flores
Visionary, 2003. Digital photograph
90 x 60.5cm, Edition 7 + 2 AP
Courtesy HABANA.

Location
St. John’s Wood
London NW8 8QN
Lord’s Cricket Ground

First View
Thursday | October 16 | 10am-8pm

Collector Mentorship Auction Launch
Thursday | October 16 | 5pm-8pm

General Admission Fair Hours
Friday | October 17 | 11am-8pm
Saturday | October 18 | 11am-8pm
Sunday | October 19 | 11am-6pm

Admission
visit scopelondon.com for details

SCOPELONDON.COM

Building on the success of its international art fair program, SCOPE Art Fair is pleased to announce the return of its fourth SCOPE London art fair, October 16-19, 2008. Conveniently located in Lord’s Cricket Ground, SCOPE London is situated directly across from Regents Park, within walking distance of Frieze. SCOPE London’s 50 international exhibitors will offer visitors an unparalleled survey of the emerging contemporary art world alongside special events and museum-quality programming.

SCOPE Art Fair is recognized for presenting cutting edge contemporary art featuring emerging dealers, curators and artists from around the world. For over six years we have been presenting SCOPE to new audiences internationally making it the most comprehensive destination for the emerging art world with fairs in Miami, Basel, New York, London and the Hamptons.

PROGRAMMING HIGHLIGHTS

Collector Mentorship Auction | SCOPE Foundation Stand
Bidding begins Oct 16, 5pm | Bidding ends Oct 19, 5pm
The SCOPE Foundation is excited to present its second annual Collector Mentorship Auction. During this silent auction young collectors will have the opportunity to bid on an hour of time donated by respected established collectors. By offering access to otherwise elusive information and experience, this entertaining auction will provide a chance for networking, educating young collectors and promoting philanthropy.

SCOPE Foundation’s silent auction features collectors, gallerists, curators and art advisers, including Flora Fairbairn, Louisa Buck, Kenny Schachter, Michael Hoppen, Tim Marlow, Sarah Thornton, Julia Peyton-Jones, Kay Saatchi, Frank Cohen, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Tot Taylor and Virginia Damsta. Young collectors and members at the Tate, ICA, Serpentine Gallery, Royal Academy and the Royal College of Art, The National Portrait Gallery, The Photographers Gallery, The Soho House, the Whitechapel, the Barbican Centre, the Art Fund, the Design Museum, the Hayward Gallery, and the Camden Arts Centre as well as fashion, music and design trendsetters have been invited to mingle, have a cocktail, and bid on the collector of their choice. The private hour may be redeemed within one year of the auction, and the setting is to be determined by the collector and the bidder.

Complimentary cocktails and hors d’oeuvres will be served during the Collector Mentorship Auction Launch on Thursday, October 16th from 5-8pm during the exclusive SCOPE London FirstView. Auction winners will be announced upon the conclusion of the auction at 5pm on Sunday, October 19th prior to the final Collector Reception.

Museum Presents | SCOPE Pavilion
The SCOPE Foundation will hold its second edition of Museum Presents, a non-commercial exhibition space in the SCOPE London 2008 hall. Museum Presents focuses on emerging contemporary art market trends concentrating on emerging talent from India, North Korea, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Myanmar, and Indonesia; SCOPE’s second edition of Museum Presents will feature China. The exhibition will present a selection of contemporary Chinese art from the Saatchi Gallery.

Collector Series Lectures | at the Lord’s Indoor Cricket School
Friday | October 17 | 3pm-5pm
Collecting Contemporary Chinese Art
Hosted by Saatchi Online, Featuring Joshua Jiang, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Karen Smith, and Amelie von Wedel
A panel discussion coinciding with the inaugural exhibition ‘The Revolution Continues: New Art from China’ at the new Saatchi Gallery. A distinguished panel of speakers will be discussing the current interest in Chinese contemporary art and what the future might look like for Chinese artists. Experts on the panel will also be offering their thoughts and advice on collecting Chinese contemporary art.

Private View | The Islanders: An Introduction | at Parasol unit
Saturday | October 18 | 4pm
SCOPE guests are kindly invited to a tour of Charles Avery’s exhibition at Parasol unit
RSVP silvia@parasol-unit.org

EXHIBITORS | Andrew James Art, art company. MISOOLSIDAE, BRANCOLINI GRIMALDI ARTE CONTEMPORANEA, CHARLIE SMITH London, ChinaSquare, Christopher Cutts Gallery, DEAN PROJECT, Dillon Gallery, Eli Klein Fine Art, ERMANNO TEDESCHI GALLERY, FAS Contemporary, Fernando Pradilla Galeria, Flatland Gallery, Fold, Foldgallery, FORSTER, Gagliardi Art System, galeria altamira/ ATM Contemporary Arts, Galerie Schuster, Galleri A, Gallery Terra Tokyo, HABANA, Hamburg Kennedy Photographs, Hous Projects 147, Iguapop, Imaginart Gallery, Jorge Alcolea, LACEN, lightcontemporary, MADDER139, MIKI WICK KIM Contemporary Art , MiTO, NETTIE HORN, OLYVIA ORIENTAL, Polad-Hardouin, Purdy Hicks, RARE Gallery, RED TRUCK, Saatchi Online, SANDUNGA, Sesame Gallery, VANGUARD GALLERY, Vertigo, Warehouse, Westbrook Gallery, Wetterling Gallery, Willem Kerseboom Gallery , ZAUM Projects

For more information about programming and special projects, please visit: scopelondon.com

SCOPE London

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