The London Art Fair is held at the Business Design Center London and was founded in 1989. It was specifically made to provide a space to showcase extraordinary modern and contemporary art for people to discover and buy. It brings together international and British galleries. The art fair displays early 20th century to contemporary and modern art, which is presented by private collectors and galleries. The first-ever London Art Fair launched with just 36 galleries from the UK. Today, it welcomes 125+ galleries. Alongside the main fair, there are curated sections that focus on less established galleries and new works. The two curated spaces include Photo50 and Art Project. 

The Photo50 section displays contemporary photography, while the Art Project section features large-scale installation, solo shows, and group displays. Within the Art Project section, visitors can also enjoy ‘Dialogues,’ ‘Screening Room,’ and ‘Platform.’ ‘Dialogues’ is a guest-curated section of Art Projects made to encourage and nurture relationship between the home and the world, the ‘Screening Room’ is an accompanying program of collaborative film and media initiatives, and the ‘Platform’ is a new feature which focuses on a single unique theme each year.  

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Europe is home to breathtaking historic cities, culinary diversity, famous retail stores, and spectacular natural beauty that will leave anyone in awe. Europe is full of amazing museums that feature thousands of the world’s masterpieces. From the National Gallery in London to the Hermitage in Russia, Europe boasts some of the best museums in the world. Whether you want to admire contemporary arts or classical arts, here are the best art museums and galleries you should visit.

Louvre, Paris, France

The Louvre art museum is the largest art museum in the world, standing in an area of 72,735 m2 and boasts approximately 38,000 objects. Part of the Louvre Palace, the museum is considered a historic monument in Paris. It has an incomparable collection of art pieces, which covers the full spectrum of art through the ages, spanning from the sixth century B.C to the nineteenth century A.D. The Louvre’s collection varies from Egyptian antiques, ancient Greek and Roman sculptures, artifacts from the French nobles, as well as painting the Old Masters. Visitors will be enchanted by the enigmatic smile of Leonardo da Vinci’s “Mona Lisa,” which is one of the most famous works in the museum. The painting