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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

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 »

Two for One Entry to Brighton Museum & Art Gallery

We’ve teamed up with Brighton Museum & Art Gallery next weekend. Visitors to Brighton Art Fair / MADE BRIGHTON can get 2 for 1 admission to the museum on presentation of the fair catalogue. Just take the catalogue along to the ticket desk at the gallery, around the corner from our show, and you will… Read more »

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 »

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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.