CURRENT: Future Fairs ‘The Holiday Market’

THE FUTURE FAIR HOLIDAY MARKET
27 November – 18 December 2020
View Fair HERE

Participating Artists: Adébayo Bolaji, Miles Debas, Kim Dorland & Adam Lee

Future Fair presents a virtual Holiday Market featuring affordable original artworks, editions, works on paper, photographs, artist books and objects under $5000.

The Future Fair Holiday Market endeavors to introduce novice and seasoned art buyers to discover and acquire artworks within a range of accessible price points. With a focus on keeping the Holiday Market a boutique experience, exhibitors will be limited to showcasing 8 works at any one time. However, editions and multiples may be unlimited. Collectors will be able to purchase works directly from the site via a built-in e-commerce capability.

The Future Fair Holiday Market is powered by IMG SRVR, an e-commerce and visual file sharing platform founded by Amani Olu that is designed to help creatives collect, organize, and share images with ease and elegance.

ADEBAYO BOLAJI (b. 1983, London) lives and works in London and graduated from the Central School of Speech and Drama. Solo exhibitions include: ​‘Between Two Worlds’, Galerie Kremers, Berlin (2020); ​‘Top​ia: A Reinvention of the Self’, Serena Morton Gallery, London (2019); ‘Babel’, Galerie Proarta, Zurich (2019) and ‘Rituals of Colour’, Public Gallery, London (2018). Group Exhibitions include: ‘Optimistic: The Power of Now’, Serena Morton Gallery, London (2018) and ‘New Contemporary V Old’, Galerie Proarta, Zurich (2017). Fairs include: Future Fairs Online, BEERS London (2020); art KARLSRUHE, Galerie Proarta (2020). Bolaji is a multidisciplinary artist who has also trained as a Lawyer, Actor and Writer. Bolaji has a forthcoming solo exhibition with BEERS London scheduled for the spring of 2021.

KIM DORLAND (b. 1974, Alberta, Canada) lives and works in Vancouver, Canada. He graduated with an MFA from York University, Toronto, in 2013, and a BFA from Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design, Vancouver, in 1998. Solo Exhibitions include: ‘Way Lost’,​ ​Patel Brown Gallery, Toronto (2020); ‘Nailing Down A Butterfly’, Antoine Ertaskiran, Montreal (2019); ‘It Goes On’, Equinox Gallery, Vancouver, BC (2019); ‘Same Old Future’. Arsenal Contemporary, New York City (2018); ‘Terror Management Theory’ (2018), BEERS London, London, UK (2018) and; ‘Nemophilia’, Equinox Gallery, Vancouver (2017). Group exhibitions include: ‘This Sacred Vessel (pt. 2)’, Arsenal Contemporary Art New York (2020), ‘Patel Inaugural Exhibition’, Patel Gallery, Toronto (2019); ‘Aidas Bareikis, Kim Dorland & Bill Saylor’, Mier Gallery, Los Angeles (2016); and ‘Major Works’, Equinox Gallery, Vancouver (2016). Art fairs include: ‘The Papier Art Fair’ with Patel Gallery, Montreal (2019); ‘Untitled Miami Beach’, (solo) with BEERS London, UK (2018), ‘Art Toronto’ with Galerie Antoine, Toronto (2018). Dorland was the Globe and Mail’s ‘Artist of the Year 2013’. His works can be found in the collections of the Art Gallery of Alberta, Musée D’art Contemporain De Montréal, The Beth Rudin DeWoody Collection, The Richard Prince Collection, the Taschen Collection, Takashi Murakami; Contemporary Art Foundation (Japan); and the Audain Art Museum. Dorland’s first group exhibition with BEERS London was ‘O Canada!’ (2017).

ADAM LEE (b. 1979, Melbourne, Australia) lives and works in Macedon Ranges, Victoria, Australia. He obtained a PhD from Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology in 2015, and graduated with a Masters by Research and Bachelor of Fine Art from the same university in 2006 and 2002 respectively. Solo exhibitions include: ​‘O Restless Earth’, STATION, Melbourne (2020)​;​ ​‘My Thousand Sounds’, BEERS London, (2019); ‘Stratum’ with Jon Cattapan, STATION, Melbourne (2019), ‘Monolith’, Gertrude Glasshouse, Melbourne (2018), ‘Lament Asunder (All is Dark is Midnight to Me)’, STATION, Melbourne (2017); ‘Of a Great and Mighty Shadow’, Angell Gallery, Toronto (2016); ‘Eden. Exile. Babel’, STATION, Melbourne (2015); ‘Into the Heart of the Sea and to the Roots of the Mountains’, KALIMANRAWLINS, Melbourne (2012); ‘The World Travailing’, KALIMANRAWLINS, Melbourne (2011); ‘And They Built for Themselves Kingdoms’, Tristian Koenig, Melbourne (2011). Group exhibitions include: ‘Shanti Shanti Shanti’, STATION, Melbourne (2018); ‘Sirens (I Heard Voices In The Night)’, Gertrude Glasshouse, Melbourne (2016); ‘35 Works on Paper’, BEERS, London (2016); ‘Angell Gallery’s 20 Year Anniversary’, Angell Gallery, Toronto, (2016); ‘I Heart Painting 2’, Angell Gallery, Toronto (2015); ‘In the Dust of This Planet, STATION, Melbourne (2014); ‘Ready Player One’, STATION, Melbourne (2013); and ‘Art Stage Singapore (with Karen Black), Tristian Koenig Gallery, Singapore (2012). Lee has been shortlisted for numerous awards including the Geelong Contemporary Art Prize 2014, The Arthur Guy Memorial Painting Prize 2014, the Sulman Prize, the RBS Emerging Artist Award, the Rick Amor Drawing Prize, the Mornington Peninsula Drawing Prize, the Redlands Westpac Art Prize and The Churchie National Emerging Artist Award. In 2017 he was the inaugural recipient of the Glasshouse Stonehouse Residency in France. The first monograph of his work, VOTIVE, was published through Perimeter Books in 2018. Lee’s first group showing with BEERS London was in ‘The Fantasy of Representation’, London (2015). His solo exhibitions at BEERS London include ‘My Thousand Sounds’ (2019), ‘This Earthen Tent’ (2017) and ‘A Long Obedience’ (2015).

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