What is London Art Week Digital? 

In response to Covid-19 , London Art Week has created a new online space for dealers to work together, preserving the collegiate nature of the event. Each exhibitor will have up to 15 artworks on show. You can explore all works of art, by either clicking on 'Exhibitors', where you can discover works according to Gallery or Auction House, or  by selecting 'Artworks', where you can discover works according to category.

Find out more about each artwork, by clicking on 'Click to find out more information' or use our new 'View on the Wall' button.

The Chairman and Vice-Chair of London Art Week welcome you to the Winter 2020 edition.

When does London Art Week Winter begin?

The Digital winter edition of London Art Week will begin on Friday 27 November and will close on Friday 11 December 2020.

Will exhibitions still be held in galleries? 

In adherence to government guidelines and regulations, some galleries will open, from the 3rd of December, for their winter exhibitions during the extended week of London Art Week. Please refer to each exhibitor's page to find out more.


Will there be a London Art Week Symposium for this year's Winter edition? 

Following the success of the first and highly acclaimed Symposium in December 2019, held at the National Gallery; this year the LAW Symposium will take place online, from the 1st December to the 3rd of December, and will mark the 500th anniversary of Raphael's death. Register here.

Can I catch up on London Art Week Digital's summer events?

Yes, all of our past events can be found on our News and Events page.