For one day only it will be at East London’s Old Spitalfields Market, coinciding with Frieze Art Fair. It’s a free event.
Cultural Traffic a roving, global, anti-elitist multi-discipline arts and book fair comes to London for one day only. Founded in 2016 by the London-based editor, designer
Exhibiting at the fair are a mixture of both London-based and international creatives; artists, printmakers, photographers, creators, makers of small publishing imprints, ’zines, music labels
Cultural Traffic is unlike any other fair. It offers an inspiring, creative environment where vintage counterculture meets with current DIY practice. The free programme of events includes music and spoken words performance.
Cultural Traffic partners with Nervemeter to create a magazine which is sold on the streets by homeless and vulnerably housed people in London, Manchester
Created by artists who donate their work and time to the project for nothing, all production and design work is done for free.
Even so, the magazine does not ask our homeless vendors to purchase magazines to sell at a profit. Batches are given out for free. With nothing asked back in return.
Highlights of this edition of Cultural Traffic include the bold, funny and provocative Ad Archives , whose creator Halima Olalemi has been
At Cultural Traffic, Ad Archives will be hosting a ‘Scanning Social’ encouraging members of the public to contribute to the archive.
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Follow Cultural Traffic on social media: @culturaltraffic / #culturaltraffic
Sunday 7th October
10am – 5pm
Old Spitalfields Market
Central Mezzanine Terrace, 8 Horner Square, London E1 6EW
Tickets: FREE, no booking required