Collect, Cynthia Corbett Gallery, Amy Hughes 2020
Art Fair


The leading international fair for contemporary craft and design

24 - 27 Feb 2022

Public Days: 25 - 27 Feb

Private View: Thu 24 Feb

General Admission £24.00
Concession* £20.00
Private View (daytime) £58.00
Private View (evening) £37.00

*Concession ticket holders must present valid ID or upgrade to General admission ticket on the day.

Somerset House

The Crafts Council presents Collect, the leading international fair for contemporary craft and design.

Somerset House welcomes the return of Collect, the most influential fair in defining and growing the market for contemporary craft over the last 18 years.

Galleries from the UK and around the world represent some of the most exciting artists working today, from the emerging to the iconic. Most of the work has been made in the last five years, with many artists creating new work for the fair. All disciplines and materials are represented from tapestry to neon, goldsmithing to lacquerware, and glass and ceramics to fibre art.

Showcasing new work by hundreds of the most collectable artists working today means Collect provides a unique opportunity for collectors and craft enthusiasts alike. 

Opening Dates and Times
Thursday 24 February  
    Private View (daytime) 10.00–18.00
    Private View (evening)  18.00–21.00
Friday 25 February 11.00–18.00
Saturday 26 February 11.00–18.00
Sunday 27 February 11.00–18.00


Ōki Izumi, Modern Vase, 2019 and Modern Vase 2, 2020, industrial glass, represented at Collect by ESH Gallery.

Alongside the main galleries, Collect Open, the fair’s platform for pioneering craft installations by emerging artists, returns with 13 projects by artists and collectives from Chile, Israel and the UK.  

A talks programme will take place at the fair and will be available online as well, following a successful digital-only fair talks programme in 2021.

To find out more about Collect visit or follow @collectartfair on Instagram.

Header image: Amy Hughes, After Alhambra Vases, stoneware and porcelain, represented at Collect by Cynthia Corbett Gallery.