Colin Gleadell previews the London Art Fair in the Telegraph:
The London Art Fair opens at the Business Design Centre in Islington next week, with a record 113 galleries showing both tried and tested modern British art from the mid-20th century, and more experimental contemporary art. At the cheaper end is Print Now, in the Art Projects space, which is tucked away on the upper level of the fair. Run by Bearspace from Deptford, with the help of collector Kay Saatchi and a panel of critics, Print Now will show more than 100 print-based works by young artists priced from £25 to £700 each. Among them is the work below, The Country Grentlemen (deliberate mis-spelling), a uniquely collaged print by Isabel Rock. Rock graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2008, when her entire degree show was bought by UK collector David Roberts. This collaged print, which is priced at £495, is one of a series of 12 works in which the artist has taken an old agricultural print and added to it – much like Jake and Dinos Chapman did with Goya’s prints. A digital version is also available at just £25.
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