Enter Art Fair 2021

26 - 29 August
  • Enter Art Fair 2021

  • Louis Bennett

    Louis Bennett

    Louis Bennett (B. 1995) graduated from the Glasgow School of Art in 2017 and is currently studying for a MFA in painting at the Slade School of Fine Art in London. His painting practice draws together fragments and figures from across history to reflect upon the degree to which Britain has progressed over the last three or four-hundred years. Having grown up in Lancaster, Bennett also seeks to redress the lack of rich representation of the north in a London-centric art world, and situates his work as part of a contemporary revival of the northern Gothic.

  • Sara Berman

    Sara Berman

    Sara Berman (b. 1975, UK) received a BA in Fashion Design from Central Saint Martins in 1999 after which she founded and ran her eponymous fashion brand for 15 years. In 2016 Sara Berman graduated from the Slade School of Fine Art with a MFA in Painting. Berman’s background in fashion influenced her visual arts practice through the use of various textures, layers, mathematical geometry, pattern and materiality. In her work Berman examines how people see and define themselves through the relationships with their clothes, belongings and the spaces they occupy. The character in Sara Berman’s work is inspired by the trope of the female Harlequin in her ascribed role of the Trickster Whore. Through this character Berman explores space and the role of the feminine within it.

  • Rebecca Brodskis

    Rebecca Brodskis

    Rebecca Brodskis (b. 1988 in France) lives and works in Paris. She spent most of her childhood travelling and living between France and Morocco. Brodskis studied painting at the Ateliers des Beaux Arts de la Ville de Paris and at Central St. Martins College of Art and Design in London, graduating in 2010. In 2015, she also completed a Master’s degree in Sociology, focusing her research on the themes of vulnerabilities and social crisis. Exploring the borders of the sensible world, Brodskis’ work evolves between conscious and unconscious spaces, leading to a reflection on the existence, the self and the otherness. The idea of being in an in-between is very prominent in Brodskis work, this intermediate space at the cross-roads of empirical reality and imagination, order and disorder, materialism and spirituality, determinism and freedom.


  • Bartholomew Hajduk

    Bartholomew Hajduk

    Bartholomew Hajduk (B. 1990) is a Polish artist living in London. He graduated with a BA in Painting from the  Camberwell College of Arts in 2016 and is currently stdying for a MA in Fine Art at the Slade School of Art (2022). Bart’s practice is influenced by the realm of personal mythologies, memories, sexuality, spirituality and cosmology, as well as Polish culture and rural sensibility. In his drawings and paintings Bart creates sensuous and intimate dreamscapes populated with animals, animal-human hybrids, plants, planets and biological forms. Part self-portraits, part mystical dreamscapes, his works reflect a desire to re-engage oneself with the natural world and the wider universe around us.

  • Caroline Jane Harris

    Caroline Jane Harris

    Caroline Jane Harris (B. 1987, UK) lives and works in London. Harris received her BA (Hons) in Fine Art Printmaking from the University of Brighton in 2009, followed by her MA (Distinction) from City and Guilds of London Art School in 2015, where she was awarded the Norman Ackroyd Prize for Etching and the Roger de Grey Drawing Prize. She was subsequently invited to stay on as Research Printmaking Fellow at the same school (2016-18). Harris creates meticulous hybrid artworks that traverse time, dimension and materiality. Central to each work, is a digital photograph that has been precisely cut-out by hand, translating immaterial image into lived experience for both artist and viewer in each iteration of Harris' evolving applied processes.

  • Sverre Malling

    Sverre Malling

    Sverre Malling (b. 1977) has given the drawing medium new relevance in Norwegian contemporary art and is regarded as one of the country's most prominent visual artists. He creates work notable for its precision and intricacy, entwining together references to classical art, botany, the occult, psychedelia, folk art and children’s illustrations. Malling participated in the Norwegian Autumn Exhibition already as a 17-year-old and completed his studies at the Norwegian Academy of Fine Arts in 2004.

    In 2014, Sverre Malling was awarded a 10-year "Scholarship for established artists" by the Norwegian Visual Artists Association. Prior to that, Malling received multiple other prestigious awards including the Aksel Waldemar Memorial Prize in 2010 and the Autumn Exhibition Prize in 2009. In the same year he also was awarded the first Jakob Weidemann Scholarship.

  • Vibeke Slyngstad

    Vibeke Slyngstad

    Vibeke Slyngstad (B. 1968) is a Norwegian artist currently based in Oslo. She studied at the Meisterschule für Malerei, HTL Graz in Austria as well as at the National Academy of the Arts in Oslo, and besides attended the Documentary/ Animation class at MRDH Volda. Slyngstad has been exhibiting worldwide since 1990s. Vibeke Slyngstad’s works are known for high psychological complexity. Her painting practice is rooted in Romanticism while at the same time referring equally to contemporary photography’s critical view on the impact of human imprint.

  • Richard Stone

    Richard Stone

    Richard Stone (B. 1974) is a London-based artist who received his MA from Central Saint Martins. His sculptural forms capture the liminal space between solidity and movement, emergence and dissolution, figuration and abstraction whilst articulating the continued relevance of beauty in classical materials. His paintings oscillate similarly between stillness and movement, depicting muted landscapes, monochrome and colour driven hypnotic depictions of nature.

    Richard Stone is a recipient of numerous awards and prizes including an Arts Council England award for a significant phase of research and development (2013) as well as a Scholarship at Fonderia Mariana, Italy (2014), awarded by the Royal British Society of Sculptors and the Brian Mercer Charitable Trust. In 2012 Stone was a finalist for Anthology at CHARLIE SMITH London and shortlisted for the Beers Contemporary Art Award. In 2011 he was selected for The Threadneedle Prize for Painting and Sculpture. Stone’s works can be found in collections in the UK, Europe and the United States.