Summer Fair Programme


You Used to Call Me on my Cell Phone is a dining experience exploring notions of millennial capitalism, voluntary invigilance and Instagram. We will cook you the most googled recipe and your favourite influencer's meal. A vegan tasting menu for the young and yoga, for the short focused and down scrollers. You used to call me on my cell phone, late night when you need my love.

The Gramounce is a supper club that establishes the meal as a new display context to access contemporary art. The guest’s attention is choreographed to better engage with the work shown. We organise dinners where an artist is commissioned to exhibit under the idea of the supper as an exhibition. We use cooking as a practice based research process. The Gramounce is run by artists Nora Silva and Finn Thomson. It was born out of art collective MilesKm as a fundraiser in 2014.

Nora Silva  is a Spanish-Chilean artist based in London. She graduated from the Royal College of Art in July 2017, and recent solo shows include Hear Me Whisk at Lajuan gallery in Madrid, and Your Friendly Local, at Chalton Gallery in London. Nora manufactures contexts and build sculptural installations as a fiction from where to address political issues. She also co-directs The Gramounce, an exhibition supper club, and MilesKm, an arts collective for the research of collaborative practices within the arts.

Tickets will range from £40-£70 and will be released shortly.


ART UPCYCLE is the first of our new Greener features that will be reviving your unwanted artwork by a creative talent! Bring your unloved artwork to the fair and have them transformed into one of a kind original artworks for £95! Book your slot ahead of time to avoid disappointment!

Artists and schedule to be announced shortly.


To celebrate our partnership with Central St. Martins at our upcoming we’re thrilled to present London Futures! Following our ethos of supporting emerging artists, Fair Founder Ryan Stanier will select and curate 8 recent graduates to be part of a special feature space in The Crossing. 

Applications are now open to apply to be included in London Futures at the July fair. Just send an email to with your CV, artist statement, 4 images of your work, the idea for your stand, your university degree and graduation year. Click to find out more information.


We've teamed up with Central St. Martins to offer 8 of their 2019 graduates a free stand at the fair. The graduates were selected based on their Final exhibition which took place at the end of May. The list of winners is: 


  • Thomas Will Whittaker
  • Anastasia Alekseeva
  • Selby
  • White Copyrighted


  • Monika Kuhne Jorgensen
  • Saroj Patel
  • Terry Dimoulias
  • Riko Yasumiya


Thursday 4th July

6-7pm: Vintage Collage Nostalgia Workshop With Artist Naomi Vona (free, drop in)

Focused on altering by hand vintage portraits, and to give a brand new life to these forgotten memories. A variety of unusual colourful materials will be provided, including vintage photos and postcards. All materials provided, we encourage you to bring your own photographs and memories to customise as well.


Friday 5th July

2-4pm: Pride Poster Collage With Naomi Vona (free, drop in)

6-8pm: Pride Poster Collage With Naomi Vona (free, drop in)

In conjunction with the annual Pride in London parade, we will celebrate with two special FREE drop in sessions of collage fun. This workshop will be focused on altering by hand vintage pride print portraits on a large scale (A3 and A4 size). A variety of unusual colourful materials will be provided as washi tape, stickers and marker pens. All materials provided, but we encourage you to bring your own prints to customise as well.

Saturday 6th July

12-2pm: From Fashion Ad To Protest, Doodle Art With Naomi Vona (£20pp. Pre-booking required. Book here.)

What happens when we turn the purpose of a fashion advertising image into a more deep and meaningful message? During the workshop we will explore the infinite possibilities in doodling over a magazine page using eye catchy decorations, but we will not stop at it. The idea is to give to the picture a new message and switching it into a fun, humorous or more personal and powerful protest message. The artist Naomi Vona will lead the workshop offering guidance and knowledge of her processes and techniques for manipulating images. All materials provided, feel free to bring a fashion magazine from home if you want.

Pre Booking required, tickets available on EventBrite.


4-6pm: Vintage Collage Nostalgia Workshop With Artist Naomi Vona (free, drop in)

Sunday 7th July

12-2pm: From Fashion Ad To Protest, Doodle Art With Naomi Vona (£20pp. Pre-booking required. Book here.)

4-6pm: Create a Colourful Poster Collage With Naomi Vona (free, drop in)

Naomi Vona (Desio 1982), is an Italian artist based in London.

The artist defines herself as an "archival parasite, with no bad intentions". Her works combines different interests like photography, collages and illustration. Her research is focused on altering vintage and contemporary found images, creating a new interpretation of the original shots. Using pens, paper, coloured tape and stickers she gives to every image a new life. Every work is basically composed of three elements: her life background, her inspirations and subconscious, that is also the glue that puts all together.


Since 2006, The Sketchbook Project has been platform for creative people to share their story. From doodlers to professional illustrators, thousands of artists around the world have been connected through the project. With over 2 million spreads of individual artwork, The Sketchbook Project is a resource of global creativity, completely funded by participation.


The Sketchbook Project will be bringing the collection of sketchbooks from the Tiny Sketchbook Project to The Other Art Fair in London. A mobile exhibit of mini sketchbooks that travel around the world...all packed up in an unassuming suitcase that pops out into a full mini library!


Join a Saatchi Art curator on a free, exclusive guided tour of the fair:

Schedule to be announced shortly.


Presenting an eclectic music programme inspired by the city’s vibrant and diverse culture. Live DJs and broadcasting on Thursday and Friday. Soho Radio is an online radio station straight from the heart of London.


Younger visitors can unleash their artistic flair and participate in creative art activities and crafty challenges suitable for all ages.


Spread the payment of your purchase across 10-monthly instalments interest free and still take your new artwork home today with Own Art, an Arts Council England initiative. Learn more onsite at the Own Art desk.


Ensure your new art purchases get home safely with the fair’s trusted shipping and packing partner Alban Shipping.