COLLECT: The International Art Fair for Contemporary Objects celebrated its tenth anniversary in 2013, returning to the Saatchi Gallery in London from 10 – 13 May.
|On the door ticket prices||Price|
|Standard ticket with National Art Pass – 50% off||£8.50|
|Concessions – Full-time students, senior citizens, 12 – 17 year olds, ES40 holders, registered disabled (please note: proof of status must be shown) Free entry is available to under 12’s and up to two carers for disabled people||£12|
Groups of 10 or more benefit from concession rate entrance of £12 per person, with the group leader receiving free entry and a catalogue.
Bookings must be arranged in advance by contacting Neringa Stoskute:
0207 806 2503
Friday 10 May: 11am – 6pm
Saturday 11 May: 11am – 6pm
Sunday 12 May: 11am – 6pm
Monday 13 May: 11am – 4pm
Last admission 30 minutes before close of show
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Access to Saatchi Gallery
There is full access at the Saatchi Gallery via ramps to the main entrance and lifts provide access to all floors and galleries. Please phone +44 (0)20 7806 2503 if you have specific access requirements to discuss.
If you are looking for accommodation during COLLECT, click here to find details of our partner hotels.
View the Saatchi Gallery on Google maps to help plan your journey.
The nearest tube station is Sloane Square, just a few minutes walk away, and served by the District and Circle lines.
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For the latest London travel information please visit Transport for London website. Alternatively you can text TFL to 60835.
Nearest National Rail/Coach:
Victoria National Rail Station is very near to the venue and serves the South of England. Gatwick Airport Express runs direct to Victoria National Rail Station. The Victoria London Underground line connects King’s Cross and Euston National Rail with Victoria. Victoria also has a National coach station on Buckingham Palace road.
There is a black cab rank in the central island of Sloane Square.
COLLECT is presented by the Crafts Council at the Saatchi Gallery. It is just one element of the Crafts Council’s work to make the UK the best place to make, see, collect and learn about contemporary craft. Every year thousands of makers and young people benefit from our programmes – all of which, like COLLECT, depend on donations, public and partnership funding to continue. Find out more about the Crafts Council.