20/21 British Art Fair

The 20/21 British Art Fair specialises in Post-War, Modern and Contemporary art. Exhibitors offer a variety of paintings, drawings, photographs, prints and sculptures.

The fair was founded in 1988 by Gay Hutson and Angela Wynn on the basis that Modern British Art needed a public platform. Until 2000 the event was known as the 20th Century British Art Fair.


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British Art Fair changes could help ensure bright future for collecting field

17 September 2018

The British Art Fair is an annual feeding ground for collectors of modern and post-war British art. This year’s staging of the 30-year-old event, which runs from September 20-23, marks a new chapter for the fair as it moves to London’s Saatchi Gallery.

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John Spencer-Churchill’s eyewitness painting of Dunkirk evacuation comes to British Art Fair – VIDEO

16 August 2018

John Spencer-Churchill’s (1909-92) depiction of the evacuation of Dunkirk is one of the highlights at the British Art Fair.

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Obituary: Angela ‘Bunny’ Wynn (1935-2018)

25 June 2018

“She was the only fair organiser I’ve ever met from whom I didn’t mind getting a ticking off,” said one of the many tributes paid to Bunny on her death (Andrew Sim).

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Old and new faces for British Art Fair at Saatchi Gallery

21 May 2018

Leading names in British art dealing are returning to the British Art Fair, prompting a rise in exhibitor numbers for the next revamped event.

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‘20/21 Fair’ to be renamed as British Art Fair and moves to Saatchi Gallery under new ownership

05 February 2018

The 20/21 British Art Fair will take place in Saatchi Gallery this year with an expanded timeline and the new name of British Art Fair following its sale to new owners.

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Early rewards and awards at London fairs

18 September 2017

Dealers celebrated early successes at the 20/21 British Art Fair and LAPADA Art & Antiques Fair last week.

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Modern British art fair returns at new venue after two-year break

28 August 2017

Two years after its last edition, the '20/21 British Art Fair' is back for its 28th staging.

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20/21 British Art Fair to host ‘select’ event with 34 exhibitors

23 June 2017

A line-up of 34 exhibitors has been announced for the 20/21 British Art fair which returns this autumn after an enforced break.

20/21 British Art Fair to be relaunched at new venue in June 2017

30 March 2016

The 20/21 British Art Fair will be relaunched next summer at the newly refurbished Mall Galleries in St James’s.

Modern British art fair launched in London

25 February 2016

Following the cancellation of the 20/21 British Art Fair, a new event has been announced that intends to fill the gap left by the loss of the established September fixture.

20/21 art fair cancelled as venues dry up

09 February 2016

This year’s 20/21 British Art Fair, held in September for more than a quarter century, has been cancelled as no suitable London venue can be found.

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15 December 2015

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Rediscovered portrait of Churchill by his pal Sickert offered at 20/21 fair

03 September 2015

This recently rediscovered painting of Sir Winston Churchill by Walter Sickert (1860-1942) will be offered for sale for the first time at the 20/21 British Art Fair.

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Liss Fine Art unveil major WWI tribute

29 August 2014

The First World War centenary has prompted numerous related exhibitions which have rather dominated the calendar this year as you might expect.

Art on Paper to relaunch as international art event

31 May 2006

LONDON-based organisers Gay Hutson and Angela ‘Bunny’ Wynn are relaunching their February Art on Paper as a broader-based international art fair. The first 20/21 International Art Fair will be held at The Royal College of Art, Kensington from February 22 to 25, 2007.

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Art fair back to college – and set on a high degree of success

09 September 2004

OMENS could not be better for the 20/21 British Art Fair, which, from September 15 to 19, returns to its roots at the Royal College of Art, Kensington Gore, London SW7 after a couple of years down the road at The Commonwealth Institute.

20/21 British Art Fair no longer homeless after deal

09 December 2003

Return to original Art College venue: FACED with the unexpected loss of their 2004 fair venue, the organisers of the 20/21 British Art Fair have struck a deal for a new space at short notice. Next September 15, the five-day fair will return to its previous venue, The Royal College of Art.

Are we set for Commonwealth Institute swansong after all?

23 September 2003

IF the buzz and business achieved at last week’s opening night continued throughout, then the 20/21 British Art Fair at the Commonwealth Institute in Kensington should prove one of the fair hits of the year.

Green adds to the picture of confidence at British artfair on a roll

10 September 2003

OF all the imminent fairs, the one for which market omens are most favourable is the popular 20/21 British Art Fair, which will take place at the Commonwealth Institute, Kensington High Street, London W8 from September 17 to 21. While the art and antiques industry has been reeling in recent years, one area which has consistently bucked the trend is 20th century British art.

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09 September 2003

While the antiques trade no longer totally shuts down during late July and August it really gets into gear in September, a particularly intensive time for antiques fairs. There are three major fairs in the capital this month, The Chelsea Antiques Fair, The Decorative Antiques and Textiles Fair and the 20/21 British Art Fair.

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