Arts Market is Back in King Street's Livat

Showing off a range of unique works from local creators

One of the traders attending the Art Market

February 24, 2023

Hammersmith BID's Arts Market is back next week, taking over the SOOK space on the ground floor of King Street's Livat, next to IKEA.

The market, showing off a diverse array of unique works produced by local creators, will be open from Tuesday 28 February till Thursday 2 March from 11am till 6pm and on Saturday and Sunday, March 4 and 5, again from 11 am till 6pm.

The market supports the shop local campaign run by Hammersmith BID, or Business Improvement District, the body which aims to improve Hammersmith town centre as a place to work, live and visit.

It will offer everything from art and fashion to lifestyle and homeware, with traders including Annalisa Bravetti, showing off vintage, retro and handmade jewellery; Yiola Georgiou, with bespoke jewellery designs; Milton Grubert, original paintings, drawings, giclée prints and handmade crafts; IMMY London, clothing and home accessories designed using batik patterns from Indonesia; Leda Grubert, unique sculptures and woven pictures made from felt; Natalia Bobrova, impressionistic paintings inspired by the Thames, its islands and bridges; Aline Kifl, African educational resources; Sabani Linens, luxury linen bedding and Saba Hammad, handmade colourful jewellery.

Jewellery among the products available on King Street
Jewellery among the products available on King Street

If you are a local creator and would like to take part in a future Arts Market, you can apply here.

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