Now in it’s fifth year Moniker Art Fair has earned a reputation as one of the most exciting, international contemporary art fairs. It has grown significantly since 2010 both in terms of audience and relevance- the fair attracts more than 12,000 visitors over its’ four day duration.

Held from 16–19 October during London’s busiest arts and culture week, Moniker Art Fair spotlight emerging and established talent, celebrating a generation of artists at the forefront of a unique contemporary art movement. The fair attracts some of the most talked about artists, galleries and collectors from the finer side of the street art movement and its related subcultures.

Garnering a reputation for the dedicated artist project spaces, and defying the typical constraints of the regular Art Fair format, Moniker Art Fair has become renowned for delivering a rich and varied programme of highly curated, experiential and immersive gallery spaces, live artwork, events, talks and workshops. Staying true to the artist’s vision, this expressive and immersive approach sets Moniker apart by offering partner galleries and artists more opportunity for experimentation.

Exhibiting galleries and artists include: Andenken Gallery, Art Wars Moniker, Buckingham Fine Arts, FIFTY24MX, Hang-Up Gallery, Horn of Plenty, Ink_d Gallery & Lawrence Alkin, Jealous Editions, Jealous Gallery, Open Walls, Pouch of Douglas, Smithson, St.Art Gallery, StolenSpace, TAG Fine Arts, Traffic Gallery and London West Bank.

Moniker Projects will be exhibiting installations from artists Benjamin Murphy, Keira Rathbone, Boxhead, Mark McClure, Mister E Dawe, Matt Small, Jo Peel and David Shillinglaw.