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Mayfair Art Weekend

Performing & Visual Arts

Mayfair Art Weekend welcomes visitors back to the world’s internationally renowned gallery district, 25 – 27 June 2021.


Mayfair Sculpture Trail | 2 – 27 June 2021

Mayfair Art Weekend | Friday 25 - Sunday 27 June 2021

Mayfair Art Weekend, the annual celebration of the world’s internationally renowned gallery district, will take place this summer from Friday 25 – Sunday 27 June 2021. Inviting audiences back to see art in real life, the extended programme launches with the second Mayfair Sculpture Trail, a Mayfair Art Weekend collaboration with Art in Mayfair, 2 – 27 June. The celebrated Gallery HOP! will take place on Friday 25 June with galleries staying open until 8pm, followed by a full weekend of free talks, tours, performances and family activities.

Since 2014 independent galleries across Mayfair have united for Mayfair Art Weekend, presenting an unrivalled opportunity for art enthusiasts to immerse themselves in London’s vibrant hub of creativity and craftsmanship, and to engage with the internationally diverse offering of free exhibitions and art events. For many, the eighth edition in June 2021 will provide the first opportunity to come face to face with art in real life for over a year.

Mayfair galleries will also present sculptures beyond their gallery walls for the second Mayfair Sculpture Trail, a Mayfair Art Weekend collaboration with Art in Mayfair. Throughout the month of June visitors can discover sculptures on New Bond Street, Cork Street, and in Burlington Arcade, Grosvenor Square and Berkeley Square. Along the way, you can listen to a free audio guide, 2 – 27 June.

The Gallery HOP! on Friday 25 June, 6-8pm will continue to be a highlight, kick-starting the weekend, with a special late night viewing of all the partner galleries, animating the streets of Mayfair with open access to a wide audience of art devotees, young artists, and collectors.

On Sunday 27 June family activities will be run in the galleries, as well as the second May Fair Art Weekend Showreel hosted by partners, The May Fair Hotel, in their world renowned May Fair Theatre.

The inaugural Mayfair Gallery Publication Award took place in November 2020, and this component of the Mayfair Art Weekend extended programme will take place in the autumn of 2021. The 2020 winning publication, selected by writer and critic Hettie Judah, the RA Magazine’s editor Sam Phillips, and Apollo Magazine’s editor Thomas Marks, was Robilant + Voena’s ‘Ugo Mulas: Creative Intersections’. All nominated publications are available to browse in The Drawing Room at Brown’s Hotel during Mayfair Art Weekend.

The full programme of live events, ranging from talks, tours, workshops, performances and family friendly activities, will be announced on the Mayfair Art Weekend website in June and will be planned in line with government guidelines. Participating Galleries* | Museums | Institutions *final list of participating galleries to be announced in April: Annely Juda Fine Art, Holtermann Fine Art, Robilant + Voena, BASTIAN, JD Malat Gallery, Royal Academy of Arts, Browse & Darby, John Martin Gallery, Saatchi Yates, Cardi Gallery, Lisson Gallery, Simon Lee Gallery, D Contemporary, Luxembourg & Co., The Mayor Gallery, Future Icons, Marlborough Gallery, Timothy Taylor, Gagosian Grosvenor Hill, Mazzoleni Art, Unit London, Gagosian Davies Street, Michael Werner Gallery, Waddington Custot, Galerie Max Hetzle, Olivier Malingue, 48 Brook Street, Handel & Hendrix London, Opera Gallery, Hauser & Wirth Richard Saltoun Gallery

Looking back on Mayfair Art Weekend in 2020

In October 2020 Mayfair galleries and the Royal Academy of Arts proved they could adapt to changing government guidelines and Mayfair Art Weekend went ahead with the volunteers standing out in their green masks. With a focus on self-guided trails through a printed programme and the SMARTIFY app, it gave local visitors an opportunity to engage with art in between lockdowns. In a year of firsts, as well as the inaugural Mayfair Sculpture Trail, and the May Fair Showreel, 2020 saw the inclusion of artists’ studios at 48 Brook Street, with Mayfair Art Weekend providing a chance for visitors to explore the complete arts ecosystem.


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1) In front of Georg Baselitz ‘Birkenallee Teichdamm (Avenue of Birch Trees Pond Dam)’ (1974) at Michael Werner Gallery during Mayfair Art Weekend 2020. Image © Dan Weill.

2) Francis Hamel at John Martin Gallery during Mayfair Art Weekend 2020. Image © Dan Weill.


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