The 2024 London Design Festival "ART COLLECTIVE by______"


The 2024 London Design Festival "ART COLLECTIVE by______"



London Art Collective (LAC) will use “ART COLLECTIVE by______” as the exhibition theme for the 22nd London Design Festival, exploring the relationship between art collectives and individual social identities by demonstrating the impact of art collectives' collaborative work in society. The exhibition also reflects on the separation status between individual and collective, art and society within the contemporary context. LAC is dedicated to building a multi-discipline collective, and sees the exhibition “ART COLLECTIVE by______” as a social practice that encourages individuals to break down boundaries and promote socially engaged arts. The exhibition also aims to encourage collaboration among artists from various fields and diverse cultural backgrounds.


About London Art Collective


The London Art Collective(LAC) was founded in London in 2018 and offers more than 20 exhibitions featuring over 100 British artists. LAC launched a global programme to support young artists and foster emerging talent by partnering with over 30 galleries across the UK, providing increased exposure through galleries and art magazines, including Tate Etc., V&A Magazine, Frieze, and Sotheby's.


As an official partner of the London Design Festival, LAC assumes the mantle of curatorship with an annual flair, each iteration exceeding expectations.LAC's 2023 exhibition, "On Purple: The Purpose of Hue" was awarded the top exhibition in the Mayfair district. In 2024, LAC collaborated with the Saatchi Gallery for the 22nd London Design Festival exhibition in September.


Exhibition Venue

Saatchi Gallery, Duke of York’s HQ, King’s Road, London, SW3 4RY

Exhibition Date

17th September – 19th September 2024




10th August 2024


Benefits of Participating Artists


1.         Participating in the exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery

2.         Official exhibition participation certificate

3.         Report in the Tate Etc.

4.         Report in the V&A Magazine

5.         Report in the Frieze

6.         Report on the London Design Festival’sWebsite

7.         Report on the London Art Collective’sWebsite

8.         Report on the Saatchi Gallery’s Website

9.         Reference Letter from London ArtCollective

10.      Reference Letter from Top-tier Art University

11.       Represented by LAC, undergoing artist branding and career planning

12.      LDF × LAC Awards


About Saatchi Gallery

Established in 1985 by Charles Saatchi, a world-renowned collector, the Saatchi Gallery is located in Chelsea, West London and occupies 70,000 square feet. More than a tenth of the world's top 100 artists come from the Saatchi Gallery, including Damien Hirst, Andy Warhol, Jeff Koons, Donald Judd, Cindy Sherman and Tracey Emin. Originally known for its collection of Damien Hirst's iconic pickled shark aka The Physical Possibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living. Saatchi Gallery has organised two-thirds of the world's Top 15 exhibitions in the last five years. It is known as one of the top three art museums in the UK, along with the Tate Modern and the Royal Academy of Arts.


The Saatchi Gallery works closely with five of the world's leading auction houses to bring its artists to the top of the auction market. Artists who are collected by the Saatchi Art Museum will also become famous, for example, Sofia Laskari was collected by the Saatchi Gallery and then exhibited by the Museum of Modern Art in New York,   and Pace Gallery. Meanwhile, the Saatchi has set up scholarships for four London arts schools to support art students. Saatchi Gallery surpasses other art museums in terms of online and offline exposure, receiving over 600,000 visitors per year, with an average of over 200K hits per day on its official website and 2.3 million followers on Instagram.


Media Partner of the Exhibition


Tate Etc.

Tate Etc. is the official magazine of the TateModern, with only 4 issues released per year. it is one of the world's most widely circulated specialist art journals, sold to mainstream institutional shops around the world. Renowned artists such as David Hockney, Yayoi Kusama, Andy Warhol and Cézanne are residents of the magazine.


V&A Magazine


The V&A Magazine is one of the paper media that provides insight into exhibitions, and collections. V&A Magazine usually features articles written by curators, critics and experts in art and design. It covers a range of topics, including historical and contemporary art, fashion, photography, architecture, etc. Alexander McQueen, Dior, Chanel, and other renowned designers and brands have been featured in the magazine, V&A Magazine with over a million online exposures for a single issue, which is sold to galleries, and art institutions across the UK.




Frieze is an international contemporary art magazine, founded in London in 1991, which organises five art fairs a year: Frieze London, Frieze LA, Frieze New York, Frieze Seoul and Frieze Masters. The magazine reaches over 600 million people per year on social media and 16 million readers per year online and offline.


Submission Requirements

Submission Format: Each submission is up to 3 sets of works (jpeg or pdf). Please name each file (e.g. "Untitled.jpeg").


Artwork Introduction: no more than 100 words


Description of the work also should be included (title, size, medium and price, e.g.Untitled, 50 × 70 cm, oil on canvas, priced at 200GBP) and technical installation requirements. (Special video playback equipment will be communicated to the artist by the LAC Team after selection)


Artist Statement: no more than 100 words




Use “LDF24 +artist's name” as the subject of the email to


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