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Welcome to our Brighton gallery
Our extensive Brighton gallery has one of the UK’s largest collections of framed limited edition & rare prints from cutting-edge artists.
Our gallery services include:
- Interest free* loans to spread the cost of your art
- Hand-crafted framing for your own works of art
- A specialist delivery service for framed prints
- An expert team with all the helpful advice you need
View our Staff Recommendations for the latest ideas from our experts. View the video below for our August gallery highlights including a stunning limited edition by Marion McConaghie, a brilliant Aroe piece and an outstanding Damien Hirst lenticular work.
Visit Collector’s Corner for fresh ideas, featuring our most sought-after prints. A great place for investment art.
Blink and they're gone forever! Our Last Chance to Buy collection features highly collectable prints that are right at the end of their edition and soon to disappear.
How to find us
13 Bond Street
Tel: +44 (0)1273 724829
Mon - Fri 9.30 - 6.00 Saturday 9.00 - 6.00
Sunday 11.00 - 5.00
Bank Hols 10.30 - 5.30
World Cup fever has gripped the country once again and the sight of different nations coming together to celebrate the beautiful game has got us thinking of the various countries being represented at our Brighton Gallery and the variety of great prints we get from all around the world.
Aroe is an insane graffiti writer based in Brighton who creates unbelievable free-hand pieces all over the world, from Russia to Egypt, Malaysia and Columbia. We’ve just released two exclusive new prints by him and seen his work adorning our Urban Artfest venue so we thought it was about time we pinned down this spray painting maverick!
Art and Music have always been two of the most direct and intuitive forms of communication for humankind. When asking artists to cite their influences invariably music will come high up on the list. It is also common place for artists to work closely with musicians, producing images directly in response to their music which are seen as a visual extension of the musician’s work.