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Vauxhall Art Car Boot Fair does a U-ey to Vauxhall

by The Art Newspaper  |  7 July 2017
Vauxhall Art Car Boot Fair does a U-ey to Vauxhall
The founder of the Art Car Boot Fair Karen Ashton (Photo: Nick Cunard)
The annual Vauxhall Art Car Boot Fair takes place in its namesake location this Sunday (9 July), eschewing its usual east London stomping ground. This year’s sale is popping up at The Workshop in Vauxhall, south London, around the corner from Damien Hirst’s Newport Street Gallery and Beaconsfield Gallery, both of which will have a presence at the car boot fair. Well-known artists will be on hand to sell their wares at knock-down prices, giving punters a chance to acquire their very own Gavin Turk, Peter Blake, Harland Miller or Bob & Roberta Smith work of art. Among the pieces on sale at the event will be Jeremy Deller’s “Strong and Stable My Arse” posters that appeared in London—at first anonymously—during this year’s UK election campaign; rose gold necklaces by Gavin Turk in the shape of a London brick; and snakeskin sculptures by Polly Morgan. Entry is £5. 

  • Jeremy Deller's Strong and Stable My Arse poster
  • Harland Miller's Hate's Outta Date (2017) for Art on a Postcard (courtesy of the artist)


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