There’s already a fervent expectation for the new edition of the London Art Biennale 2017, the acclaimed cultural rendezvous that shows the best of the international contemporary art scene. Next year's exhibition is planned for the end of March and it will take place at the Chelsea Town Hall on King's Road, the distinguished location that hosted the past editions. Artists from all around the world are beginning to apply for the big London event organized by Gagliardi Art & Partners, in conjuction with the Chianciano Art Museum, in the undisputed capital of contemporary art.
Paintings, sculptures and drawings will be selected on the basis of the pure mastery and creative talent, attracting thousands of visitors and art lovers, as usual. The London Art Biennale’s professional curator team will privilege the most brilliant artworks, aiming at a general harmony that can emphasize and give the right space to every single creation. Despite combining different cultures, trends, styles and artistic techniques, the London Biennale curators always had the sole purpose of creating a memorable impact on the visitors.
Also the eagerly-awaited 2017 edition will be inaugurated by the traditional charity auction. The cheque is presented by the current Mayor of Kensington and Chelsea. The challenging goal is to surpass the amount collected in the previous editions, in order to donate as much funds as possible to the Rotary International "End Polio Now" Charity. Masterpieces by internationally renowned artists will be presented in the charity auction 2017 and we are eager to find what precious artworks will be donated, once again, by the Gagliardi Gallery in London.
The event still seems a long way off, but the artists who do not intend to miss an opportunity that open doors and break barriers in their professional career should apply as soon as possible. This edition is not only an exciting cultural happening for the visitors, but also a fantastic opportunity for artists who wish to aim for an effective self-promotion. Infact, the first 60 successful participants are able to benefit from a powerful promotional campaign that will give exposure to these selected artists, ranging from institutional magazine publicity to professional art critiques and websites.