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Moniker Art Fair Round-Up

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A LOOK BACK AT LAST WEEK…

A warm hello to our old and new friends!

Last week we spent amazing four days at the Moniker Art Fair in Shoreditch! Our second time at the fair proved to be a lot of fun, and we were delighted to get a “Highlight of the Fair” stamp from WideWalls.

 

By the end of Sunday we were glad that many artworks found their new homes, and that Kim Jong-uns by street artist Cartrain made it safely out of the fair, after the news of a London’s hairdresser scandal that happened earlier in the week.

 

Throughout the week we enjoyed an amazing turn-up of art lovers, many of whom snapped the Kim Jong-un set on canvas by Cartrain. If you have any good pictures, please tag us on Instagram (@imitatemodern)!

On the other side of the stand, Diva Las Vegas by Henry Hate got special attention due to Hate’s recent appearance with the artwork on Channel 4’s Four Rooms. Its incredible diamond dust embellishment did not leave anyone indifferent.

It was lovely to see Rebecca Mason, who was representing her own stand at the Other Art Fair, just a corridor away from us. Rebecca’s new prints featuring her signature mini essays on critique of modern society are available to purchase in our online shop.

Dance photographer Cody Choi also presented his new work at his Cody’s Moving Group stand at the Other Art Fair. His work is also currently on view in Notting Hill’s new hot spot ULI.

Thank you all for visiting, we hope you had a great time throughout the London Art Week!

From everyone at Imitate Modern, we are excited to be soon greeting you at our new space in Shepherd’s Market, Mayfair this November.

Keep an eye out for your invitation!

“From pop icons and Disney heroes to everyday people, the presentation promises to show all the elements that make urban art so popular today.”

Stik and Cartrain on the opening night with our managing director Anna Kovaleva and Jacqui Brantjes Pittack

Lovely visitor Lola Blackheart matching with Henry Hate‘s Let’s Riot

Henry Hate came to visit!

Luc Waring and three versions of his Playboy: original (sold), stencils and a poster

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Oliver Dunsch and his Mouthwatering (Lips), a larger edition of which showed at the Royal Academy‘s Summer Exhibition this summer!

Silk screenprint on paper, also available in a lighter pink.
Diva Las Vegas by Henry Hate
£350
A unique original collage by street artist provocateur Cartrain.
For the Love of God by Cartrain
£1,200
Playboy Stencils by Luc Waring that were used in making the Playboy original that sold during the fair.
Playboy Stencil by Luc Waring
£1,400
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Museum quality photographic print, which is a smaller version of the Mouthwatering that was exhibited at the Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition 2016.
Mouthwatering by Oliver Dunsch
£700
This collage was so liked by iconic British artists Gilbert & George that they incorporated it in their own artwork.
Gilbert & George by Cartrain
£1,200
 

Kim Jong-un (Yellow) by Cartrain£200
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