Brighton Art Fair brings together over 100 of the best contemporary artists from the UK and abroad. Some have exhibited before, some are brand new to the event, but all the work is exciting, fresh and exceptional.

Brighton Art Fair will introduce Alun Callender’s project of environmental portraits of East Sussex visual artists, designers and creative types. Alun usually spends a couple of hours with the subjects in their studio, to arrange a composition with a strong narrative. He will be photographing approximately 80 people and making a series of short films to compliment the project. Alun wants to celebrate the diverse creative talent in the area and is fascinated by how people balance the fine line between creativity and commerce. The project will culminate in an exhibition and a book. Alun will be showing a selection of the completed compositions in the foyer of the Corn Exchange.

Brighton Art Fair enables painters, printmakers, ceramicists, photographers and sculptors to present their original and eclectic work to the public, bringing a personal feel to viewing and to the buying process. Visitors enjoy meeting the artists - learning about their creative inspirations, techniques and future projects. A full list of this year’s exhibitors can be found here

Brighton Art Fair takes place in the beautiful and historic Brighton Dome Corn Exchange in the heart of the city. The fair has built a very strong reputation for presenting highest quality contemporary artwork in a relaxed, informal and friendly environment.