Old Spitalfields Market
Central Mezzanine Terrace
8 Horner Square, London E1 6EW
Free Entry 10am - 5pm
Exhibitors include: Matthew Holroyd, Alan Davidson, Sophy Rickett, Rut Blees Luxemburg, Four Corners Books, Dafydd Jones, Line-us, Homer Sykes, Nervemeter Zine, Otter Sisters, Nobody, Ditto London, Ad Archives, Kim Wan, Tzuhan Liao, Svetlana Grishina, Chanced Arm, MELMA, Brian Harris, Chelsea Berlin, Transition Editions, the wind in the trees, Dodge & Burn Collective, GUT magazine, Giles Curties, Carla Borel, Cold Lips, Seed Editions, Anna Kolosova, Trash Cams, The London Vagabond.
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This London edition of Cultural Traffic Arts Fair hosts a full program of spoken word along with our exciting multidisciplinary exhibitors.
We will be at East London’s Old Spitalfields Market on the final day of Frieze.
Exhibitors at the fair, both London-based and international, include artists, printmakers, photographers, creators, makers of small publishing imprints, zines, music labels, musicians, fashion designers, and spoken word performance.
Cultural Traffic is unlike any other arts fair – offering for even the most discerning enthusiasts and collectors an inspiring, creative environment where vintage counterculture meets with current DIY practice.
For every edition, Cultural Traffic partners with a local not-for profit that extends access to a hard-to- reach community using the skills and expertise of the fair’s exhibitors. This time around, the fair will be partnering with Nervemeter to create a zine which is sold on the streets by homeless and vulnerably housed people in London, Manchester and Glasgow.