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Charles Hadcock's Caesura VIII exhibited outside London Art Fair 2019

Charles Hadcock selected by the London Art Fair Committee to be displayed at entrance to this year's event which opens this week in London

Leading Lancashire based artist Charles Hadcock's monumental sculpture'Caesura VIII' (2011), has been selected by the London Art Fair Committee to be displayed at entrance to this year's event which opens in London later this week.

London Art Fair is a major date on the international contemporary art calendar. It provides a space to showcase the most exceptional modern and contemporary art of our time for gallerists and collectors to discover and to buy. The Fair is an established destination for both museum quality modern and contemporary work, nurturing collecting at all levels, from prints and editions, to major works by internationally renowned artists. 

Charles Hadcock's work will be presented at London Art Fair with Encounter Contemporary, a curatorial platform, contemporary art dealership and consultancy who run an international ‘moving’ exhibition program of institutionally recognized artists curating academically rigorous, ambitious and immersive shows. Encounter Contemporary work only the best artworks from a trusted international network of artists, art professionals and private collections.

London Art Fair takes place from 16-20 January (Preview 6pm 15 January), at The Business Design Centre, Upper Street, Islington, London. Caesura VIII by Charles hadcock can be seen in situ at the entrance to the exhibition from today.

About Charles Hadcock

Charles Hadcock was born in Derby in 1965 and now lives in the North West based in Lancashire. He studied fine art at the Royal College of Art, London (1987-89), specialising in sculpture.  In April 2007 he was a recipient of the Queens Award for Enterprise Promotion. In 2008 was made a fellow of the RBS. In 2014 he was commissioned as a Deputy Lieutenant of Lancashire. Hadcock’s monumental sculpture reflect his interest in geology, engineering and mathematics and are enriched by references to music and poetry. Read more

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