The Other Art Fair in London takes a unique approach to presenting work. Instead of a gallery showing works from multiple artists, the fair gives unrepresented artists a chance to show their own work in their own booths. Neons, 3D printing, painting, photography, and mixed media works were present at this year's fair, and all of the highest caliber, giving buyers an opportunity to genuinely experience the work of emerging artists.
Around the time of art fairs like Frieze London, collectors, gallerists, and art enthusiasts are out talking about wanting to find "the next big thing." While that talent may exist at the main fair, it undoubtedly, and perhaps more likely, exists at places like The Other Art Fair.
VisitBritain and British Airways made it possible for us to cover as much as we could during Frieze Week, and since The Other Art Fair was being held in the same space as Moniker Art Fair, it was a must-see.
Check out these 10 Artists to Watch From The Other Art Fair 2013. Chances are, even if it's your first time seeing these names, it won't be your last.