The Sipsmith Bar
Fair partner Sipsmith hosts an experimental cocktail bar. As if the presence of their artisan spirits was not enough, their Master distiller and historian of cocktails, Jared Brown, creates cocktails to reflect pieces of art shown at the fair. For those who want to continue the experimentation at home, Sipsmith also runs masterclasses on how to make the cocktails and a postcard with the piece of art and the cocktail recipe will is available to remind you of the experience.
Photo 15 is a specially curated section dedicated to photography. 15 of the best photographers from Brazil, France and the UK have been selected to exhibit at the fair.
Eclectic pop-up food stalls offering vintage cupcakes, gin cocktails and delicious salads. Located on the balcony, this space enables visitors to enjoy the bustle of the fair below whilst relaxing with refreshments from London’s most innovative boutique food vendors.
Interactive art sessions, led by exhibiting artists, allow younger visitors to unleash their creative talent – and enable parents to discover whether their child is the next Picasso.
The Print Shop
Limited edition prints are available to buy from selected artists. Prints available from £30. Fair partner, CultureLabel, also offers visitors the opportunity to purchase a range of these prints at their online shop.
Following their successful talks at previous TOAF editions, Jotta conducts daily, free curated walks around the fair at 12pm, 2pm and 4pm. Connecting buyer directly with artists and highlighting choice artworks, discussions are led by Jotta and TOAF curator Dave Charlesworth.
The Others Live
At the past three editions of TOAF, visitors have enjoyed a dynamic programme of live performance. The fair continues to host a diverse events timetable: live acoustic sessions from London’s best unsigned musicians as well as unique presentations from contemporary performers fusing video, theatre, music and visual art.