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SCOPE Art Fair, London

SCOPE Art Fair is an annual invitational art event which features emerging galleries from all over the world. Enthusiasts can expect to see an eclectic selection of works by international artists hailing from Canada, Mexico City, Berlin, China, India and beyond. SCOPE, being held in New York, Miami, Basel, Madrid and the Hamptons, has grown to international prominence in the art market.

DateFriday 15th October 2010 to Monday 18th October 2010
Time(s)Oct 15- Oct 18 10am to 8pm ;Oct 19 10am to 6pm
LocationLord's Cricket Ground and MCC Museum
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Lord's Cricket Ground and MCC Museum
St John's Wood
Telephone No.020 7432 1033
020 7616 8656
General switchboard: 020 7616 8500
Opening timesAll year Tours normally 12.00 & 14.00, vary on cricket days, call to book
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Alexis Hubshman is the founder and president of SCOPE Art Fair which originated in 2002 in New York. SCOPE originated with the purpose of introducing artists, curators, and leading edge galleries to new audiences internationally. The most significant emerging galleries, curators, and artist projects are invited by an elected committee whose members comprise of international representatives from the corresponding cities or regions. Thus, over seventy-five exhibitors contribute towards solo and thematic group shows which are presented alongside museum-quality programming, collector tours, screenings, and special events. Visitors are treated to a real-time international survey of the emerging contemporary art world.

Some of the highlights of the earlier events, such as the one in 2006, included an interesting concept called The Perpetual Art Machine, an award winning programme which presented over 600 videos from over 400 international artists and offered the visitor to become part of the curatorial process.