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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.


Due to the refurbishment programme of The Dome Corn Exchange starting in the autumn of 2016, Brighton Art Fair will be taking a rest for 2017 but we’ll be back refreshed, bigger and better when the Corn Exchange reopens.


Although Brighton Art Fair won’t be happening in 2017. We won’t be going away. Keep an eye open for the West Dean Arts and Craft Festival – featuring an original print area and a possible print show in September.




Damien Borowik’s Machine Drawings

Damien Borowik makes handcrafted machines and uses them as creative tools to draw. With a strong emphasis in using unpredictability and chance in his work, Borowik explores the aleatoric mark-making qualities of the machines through automation and mediation. Currently, he controls the machines to create abstract Expanding Squares and deconstruct landscapes and cityscapes. See Damien’s… Read more »

Ashley Jones with Chalk Gallery Lewes

For the Brighton Art Fair Ashley Jones will be exhibiting images taken from studies drawn and painted at the beach and on the street, exploring the shapes of people as singles, couples or in crowds and their relationship with each other and the space they  are in. Ashley hopes to show how small images can still suggest… Read more »

Waiting Game

Waiting Game is a new painting by Jane Denman for Brighton Art Fair

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