Thursday 3 November 17:30 - 20:30

Oxo Tower Wharf
Barge House Street


Cluster Contemporary 2022 Fair

Performing & Visual Arts

Pleased to announce our completely new discipline: Cluster Contemporary & upcoming 2022 Contemporary Fair

Cluster Contemporary fair will highlight contemporary visual art practices including all mediums from painting, sculpture, performance, sound and new media. The 2022 fair entitled Pandemonium & Order will give young artists from around the world a platform to express their views on the new world order as it emerges from the chaos and ruins of the old world. Based on the concept that the ideology and global socio-economic structures of our current world order are profoundly unsustainable, Cluster Contemporary wants to champion a new generation of visual artists that explore different prospective realities and break the norms and stigmas defining contemporary culture and ideology.

The art fair will feature individuals and collectives that create experimental digital and audio-visual work, inviting our audience to completely immerse themselves in another reality - a reality for reflection, escape and resurrection. We want to encourage emerging contemporary artists from around the world to use Cluster Contemporary as a framework to experiment freely, push boundaries and engage with contemporary art as a means of survival, expression, reflection and an important tool to collectively shape the present and future of our shared universe.



OXO Tower Wharf

A vast, untouched four-storey building, The Oxo Tower is a blank canvas with tremendous scope for exhibitions and events. It is a prominent building on the south bank of the River Thames in London. Originally constructed as a power station and then acquired by the Liebig Extract of Meat Company, manufacturers of the Oxo beef stock cubes - which gave its iconic window feature.

At the heart of a thriving neighbourhood with shops, design studios, galleries, restaurants, bars and a range of community programmes and activities - an estimated 300,000 people pass through the riverfront walk every day. It’s on London’s prime cultural trail between the Southbank Centre, Hayward Gallery and Tate Modern.

Address: Barge House St, London SE1 9PH


Opening Night: 3rd Nov | 5:30pm - 8:30pm

Working Hours: 4th - 6th Nov| 11am - 6pm


Find out more about the Fair here: | [email protected] | +44 7808 659141


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