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PHOENIX BRIGHTON 10 – 14 Waterloo Place

The Print Fair

Brighton Art Fair is on a sabbatical due to renovation of the Brighton Dome, Corn Exchange. We’re taking the opportunity to look a new ideas and plan events that we have been contemplating for some time but have been too busy.


Phoenix Brighton

We have partnered with Phoenix Brighton – the largest studio complex in Brighton. Phoenix Brighton has a large light filled gallery in a central location, opposite the Level and St Peter’s Church. We aim to present a high quality print fair with a number of subsidiary events – hands on classes, talks, and other events.


Get Involved

We’re looking for printmakers and print studios to exhibit, printmakers to teach classes and innovative and original ideas to make this an exciting and innovative festival of all things print.

Got an idea – get in touch jon@tuttonandyoung.co.uk

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 »

Emily Jo Gibbs at Brighton Art Fair

We will be showing Emily Jo Gibbs’ exquisite stitched work in the foyer at the Brighton Art Fair. Emily Jo is a British artist who over the last two decades has established an international reputation for her textile pieces. Emily Jo’s current practice focuses on hand stitched textile portraits, and she has been working on… Read more »

Waiting Game

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

  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.