OD is delighted to be back exhibiting our artists work again and we can not wait to welcome you to our stand. This will be the second time OD has exhibited at The Affordable Art Fair. Our first exhibiting experience at the fair was coincidentally the week before the first lockdown here in the UK back in 2020. So it feels very apt to be exhibiting again at this fair as the country and the world begins to emerge from the Covid pandemic.

We have some outstanding emerging talent to share with you including two artists who we exhibiting work for the very first time. Bright, colourful, optimistic and nostalgic artwork and each artist approaching the medium in their own unique way.

Tickets are selling fast!
Use the codes below when booking your time slot

Wednesday, 7th July, Private View: ODGPV
Thursday, 8th July, Late Viewing: ODGLV
Half Price Tickets, General Access: ODGHP
Kit Young will be signing the remaining copies of his book, Sunday 11th July.
Download the full catalogue of artworks here


Ian Howorth

Ian Howorth is a photographer currently based in Brighton, UK. Having lived in various places as a child, Ian’s work looks to unlock a sense of nostalgia from his youth when he used to visit the UK with his father.

“Exploring England through its changing colour palettes, buildings, structures and signage, I attempt to go back to a past I remember as a young boy when England was nothing more than a holiday destination for me.” – Ian Howorth

Above: Winona, 2020 (NEW)
40x27cm | Edition of 10
Accompanied by a signed artist label
Giclee print on Hahnemule paper
From £400  |  Enquire

Jennifer Latour was born in Seven Islands, Quebec, and now works and lives in Vancouver, BC. She is a self taught artist having moved to the UK in 2003 working in special effects makeup and later starting her photography practise in 2006.

“I daydream about still lifes often but during the first lockdown I couldn’t stop. I wanted to find that unique piece to my puzzle, something I’d never seen before and something that reflected me as well.” – Jennifer Latour

Above: Bound Species, 2020
16×20″  |  Edition 6/10
Signed by the artist and accompanied by a signed artist label
Giclee print on Photo Rag Baryta paper
From £600  |  Enquire

Max Miechowski is a photographer based in London. His considered approach to portraiture and documentary image-making have earned him his reputation as an important emerging voice in British photographic art. Working within his immediate community and across the United Kingdom, his images offer insight into overlooked yet everyday aspects of modern culture.

Above: Helter Skelter, 2019
90x70cm | Edition 5/10
Signed by the artist and accompanied by a signed artist label
Giclee print on Photo Rag Baryta paper
From £900  |  Enquire

Kit Young

Kit Young is an analogue photographer and darkroom artist currently based in the UK. He has been shooting the area around where he lives in East Anglia for many years, captivated by the beauty and power of the bleak landscapes and big skies found there.

“I consider myself to be a photographer and a printer. I think that’s an important distinction to make. I don’t just take photos; I make photos too.” – Kit Young

Above: Path, 2019
16×20″ | Edition 3/7
Signed, dated and editioned by the artist on the verso
Hand-printed by the artist
Selenium-toned FB silver gelatin print
From £900  |  Enquire

Download the Catalogue above
All prices listed are subject to change as the edition sells out and are before shipping and framing

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