FAQ'S

FAQ’S

What is 'contemporary' art?

Contemporary art simply means art made by living artists. It doesn’t refer to any particular style or medium.

What is an art fair?

An Art Fair is a place where you can meet face to face with artists who show their work to the buying public. All under one roof, you can browse a wide variety of mediums and styles on each artist’s exhibiting stand and talk to them about their work. You can buy artworks direct from the artist or gallery and take them away with you on the day or arrange to have them delivered. An art fair is the ideal environment to learn more about contemporary art and find that special piece to add the unique touch to your house or office.

How Much time should I allow?

This is your time – allow yourself several hours to really appreciate everything there is to see. Many visitors make a full, fun, art-filled day of it.

Do I have to book in advance?

Tickets are available on the door or can be purchased in advance at a discounted price.  The ticket offers entry over the whole weekend.

How much does the artwork cost?

All the artworks are priced between £40 and £4,000.

I want to come but I won't have much time. What's the best way of finding something I like quickly?

Examples of work by all the exhibitors are available to view on our website. Browse through at your leisure before you come to the Contemporary Art Fairs, then head straight for the artists or styles that most interest you.

Can I bring my children?

Children are always very welcome at the Contemporary Art Fairs. There is plenty to keep them occupied, including creative workshops and an art quest with prizes.

Will I be able to get something to eat?

A licensed cafe serving pastries, light refreshments, lunch and delicious cakes will be open all weekend.

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