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Friday 23rd – Sunday 25th September
Brighton Dome – The Corn Exchange

The Fair

Brighton Art Fair features some of the best contemporary artists from the UK and abroad, showing and selling their diverse work direct to the public. The fair always promotes a good balance in established and emerging artists, and insists that all work is exciting, fresh and exceptional.

This Year Art and Craft Unite

Due to the refurbishment programme of The Dome Corn Exchange starting in the autumn of 2016, this year we are hosting a joint art, craft and design fair in Brighton. We will be selecting 50 each of the best contemporary artists and designer / makers across all media to present a show which will be varied, exciting and full of original and unique work.

Made Brighton

MADE BRIGHTON – The Design and Craft Fair will be running alongside Brighton Art Fair and will present 50 of the best contemporary designer makers in the country, makers will be selling work ranging from cutting edge ceramics, contemporary jewellery, blown and kiln formed glass as well as wood and textiles. A full list of exhibitors can be found here.



Corn Exchange

Steve Forde’s Brighton West Pier

Steve Forde is currently working on an artwork of Brighton West Pier available exclusively at the Brighton Art Fair. He is still working on the detailed drawings which he does in Adobe Illustrator using archival photos of the pier as reference. The final artwork will be a side elevation of the pier, complete with all architectural… Read more »

Grant Dejonge at Plumpton Station

Grant Dejonge has been approached by Network Rail to produce a mural at Plumpton station. The mural, and other improvements at the station are by way of an apology for recent closure of the road by Network Rail. The image shows a simple mockup of what Grant intends the piece to look like. The finished piece will cover all four walls thus wrapping the building… Read more »

Linda Bristow’s Meadow Flowers

For the last nine years Linda Bristow has been concentrating on creating ceramic meadow flowers which are individually hand made sculptures which vary in size. More recently, she developed a new method of creating a meadow by using old printer’s trays in which she makes small tiles with wild flowers pressed into each one. The… Read more »

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Brighton Art Fair - Aesthetica Magazine

  The Art Fair is my annual opportunity to launch new work before thousands of visitors, to meet with previous buyers, old friends and get an immediate response to my latest work.