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  • artrepublic return to Buy Art Fair, Manchester

    Buy Art Fair 2017 will run 27-29 October at Manchester Central. We are thrilled to announce that artrepublic will be returning for this year’s Buy Art Fair in Manchester for the fair’s 10th edition. We will be exhibiting from 27-29 October at Manchester Central, Stand 350, offering vis....
    Buy Art Fair 2017 will run 27-29 October at Manchester Central. We are thrilled to announce that artrepublic will be returning for this year’s Buy Art Fair in Manchester for the fair’s 10th edition. We will be exhibiting from 27-29 October at Manchester Central, Stand 350, offering visitors to the fair a wonderful chance to see some of our latest, hugely collectable prints, including many new works that will be unveiled and shown for the first time.  We’ll have works from artists across our gallery roster including Dave White, Ben Eine, Bruce McLean, Pure Evil, Magnus Gjoen, Dan Hillier, Rob Wass, Will Blanchard, Bonnie and Clyde and Maria Rivans, plus much more! Get free weekend tickets from artrepublic! Valid on Saturday & Sunday, please contact us via events@artrepublic.com, then visit the Buy Art Fair, Manchester website and simply enter the code we'll send you. Now recognised as one of the UK’s leading festivals of visual arts, Buy Art Fair 2017 will bring galleries and artists to Manchester from across the UK. Over 3,000 original artworks will be for sale and there will be a host of exclusive events and activities at the fair and across the city. Our stand at our last visit to Buy Art Fair As always, we are really looking forward to meeting customers and followers who haven’t been able to visit our Brighton Gallery, giving them an experience of the wide variety of art we offer.  Be sure to come and say hi at our Stand number 350 and see a selection of our best and most sought-after signed limited edition prints in person. For more information contact our Brighton Gallery on 01273 724829 or email events@artrepublic.com. This year's venue Manchester Central Get your tickets at www.buyartfair.co.uk  ARTREPUBLIC WILL BE AT STAND NUMBER 350 For free weekend tickets from artrepublic - valid Saturday & Sunday, please contact us via events@artrepublic.com.  Full details: Buy Art Fair  - Manchester Central Thursday 27th - Sunday 29th October 2017 Opening Times VIP Opening Night Friday 27 October 2017     17.00 - 21.00 Including complimentary drinks.  Weekend Tickets Saturday 28 October 2017      10.00 - 18.00 Sunday 29 October 2017         10.00 - 17.00  Map and Directions Visit the Buy Art Fair – Manchester website for more details and to purchase tickets For more news stories and events visit our Brighton Gallery page. $test =
  • Urban Nation Museum for Urban Contemporary Art opens in Berlin

    We loved catching up with some of our favourite artists at the opening of Urban Nation Museum for Urban Contemporary Art in Berlin last week. The vibrant city has long been a mecca for street art and creative projects. Urban Nation, led by Yasha Young, invited 150 of street art’s leading lights....
    We loved catching up with some of our favourite artists at the opening of Urban Nation Museum for Urban Contemporary Art in Berlin last week. The vibrant city has long been a mecca for street art and creative projects. Urban Nation, led by Yasha Young, invited 150 of street art’s leading lights to create work for the inaugural show and transformed the museum’s surrounding walls and outdoor spaces. Set in lively Schöneberg, the museum itself is ultra modern and spacious, designed in collaboration with GRAFT architects. Murals, installations and paste-ups by graffiti artists from all over the world can be seen everywhere you look outside the museum from the likes of Anthony Lister, Marina Zumi, Herakut, Ron English, Blek le Rat and Sandra Chevrier. Artists from all over the world transformed the area into a live exhibition. "Urban contemporary art is the logical next step to follow what is happening on the street. This house can be an archive that tells the story [of street art] for the first time, from the beginning until now." Yasha Young, Director of Urban Nation Berlin. Inside the museum, the only one of its kind in the world, there are works from street art greats from all over the world and a library dedicated to street art photography legend Martha Cooper. Here are five of our favourite artists featured in Urban Nation’s museum. Blek Le Rat Blek le Rat is a Pioneering French graffiti artist, one of the Godfather’s of the European street art movement. Using stencils instead of stylised lettering for graffiti, Blek le Rat was one of the first true street artists. During Blek’s career, his art prints have become more and more political, focusing on the homeless, the environment, and other social causes. Blek le Rat has inspired hundreds of artists around the world – including the infamous ‘Banksy’. Despite the enormous role he has played in street art, Blek le Rat has kept a low profile through most of his career to avoid public harassment. He just substituted his surname ‘Roc’ with ‘Rat’ because rats symbolise a lot for him “they create fear, they are synonymous with invasion and they are the Stencil outside the Urban Nation museum Ben Eine Originally a writer, influential artist Ben Eine is now one of London’s most prolific artists, specialising in typographical art. The archetype of contemporary UK street-art, Eine’s ‘21st Century City’ was famously gifted to Barack Obama by David Cameron in 2010, and can be seen daily on his canvas of choice: the walls and shutters of shops around London. ‘Alphabet Street’, his most iconic work to date, is an unbounded mural, filling the concrete spaces of Middlesex Street, London, with his characteristically colourful lettering. Installation inside the museum Ron English You can’t miss Ron English: one of the most prolific and distinctive artists working today, English is best known for combining expert craftsmanship with a cynical, humorous critique of American culture, his work includes art prints, billboards, and sculptures. English coined the term ‘POPaganda’ to describe his signature mash-up of high and low cultural touchstones, from superheroes and comic strips, to art-historical iconography. English has imagined a vast (and still growing) roster of characters, including MC Supersized, his obese fast-food mascot, featured in the documentary ‘Supersize Me’ (2004), and Abraham Obama, a fusion of America’s 16th and 44th Presidents. Temper Tot mural, Berlin Eelus Balancing the opposing forces of the humorous and macabre, vivid color and stark monochrome, Eelus’ work brings the beautiful and sometimes caustic realities of the world together. It all started when he was a kid, drawing posters of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to sell in the schoolyard so he could buy chocolate. Some years later, he’d sold enough posters and art prints to leave his day job behind, turning a lifelong hobby into a full-time profession. Since then, he’s exhibited his art works worldwide alongside some of the biggest names in the urban art scene, with the majority of his releases selling out incredibly fast. Handidan The art of Dutch artist Handiedan involves a complex cut and paste mixture of computer montage and highly detailed sculptural hand cut collages, complimented by conscientiously collected antique ornamental frames. Build out of multiple classic pin-up body parts, the female form stands out over a backdrop of baroque and Victorian Neo-Classicism designs. The artist often uses international currencies and stamps, antique sheet music ornaments, playing cards, cigar bands, Asian papers with personal items and drawings. Intricate and meticulously crafted, the collages represent the gradual accumulation of both the layers in her work and her work process self. Urban Nation, Bülowstraße 7, 10783 Berlin, Germany   Enjoyed this article? Sign up to our newsletter for the latest art news SUBMIT $test =
  • Basquiat: Boom for Real at the Barbican, 21 September 2017 – 28 January 2018

    “I don’t listen to what art critics say.  I don’t know anybody who needs a critic to find out what art is”  Jean-Michel Basquiat (1960-1988) Barbican’s Boom for Real is the first major retrospective of Jean-Michel Basquiat’s dynamic, naïve, paintings in the UK. Unbelievably, the Ba....
    “I don’t listen to what art critics say.  I don’t know anybody who needs a critic to find out what art is”  Jean-Michel Basquiat (1960-1988) Barbican’s Boom for Real is the first major retrospective of Jean-Michel Basquiat’s dynamic, naïve, paintings in the UK. Unbelievably, the Barbican say, absolutely none of his work is even held in a public UK collection - despite that he is one of the most widely celebrated and well recognised painters of the 21st century. As the late artist’s sisters, Lisane and Jeanine Basquiat said “We are delighted to be working with the Barbican on this important exhibition, which is so long overdue” Basquiat: Boom For Real Installation view Barbican Art Gallery 21 September 2017 – 28 January 2018 © Tristan Fewings / Getty Images Artworks: © The Estate of Jean-Michel Basquiat. Licensed by Artestar, New York Jean-Michel Basquiat (1960-1988) came of age in post-punk New York and by 1982 was internationally known. This self-taught, young black artist was making unprecedented waves with his bold and colourful, text-laden artworks up to his tragic and untimely death in 1988. Drawn from museums and private holdings around the world, Basquiat: Boom for Real has brought together more than 100 works – resulting in a powerful and comprehensive view of this enigmatic, rebellious, artist. Basquiat: Boom For Real Installation view Barbican Art Gallery 21 September 2017 – 28 January 2018 © Tristan Fewings / Getty Images Artwork: Jean-Michel Basquiat King of the Zulus, 1984-85 © The Estate of Jean-Michel Basquiat. Licensed by Artestar, New York The show focuses on Basquiat’s many influences; music, writing, performance, TV and film. The young artist expressed himself in a range of artforms – his creativity flowing through his many paintings, drawing and notebooks, photography and music. Basquiat: Boom For Real Installation view Barbican Art Gallery 21 September 2017 – 28 January 2018 © Tristan Fewings / Getty Images Artwork: Jean-Michel Basquiat A Panel of Experts, 1982 Courtesy The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. © The Estate of Jean-Michel Basquiat. Licensed by Artestar, New York. Basquiat began graffitiing on the streets of New York City with classmate Al Diaz under the name SAMO© and was soon drawing with his own blood, collaging baseball cards and postcards and painting on clothing and anything else to hand. An outpouring on creativity that led to him collaborating with Andy Warhol, working on murals for outrageous New York nightclub the Mudd Club, Area and Palladium. A famously self-taught artist with little respect for the opinion of critics, Basquiat was inspired by an extraordinary range of subjects – from anatomical drawings to bebop jazz to silent film. This wonderful exhibition shows how he melded these, and the people and experiences of 80s downtown New York into his own, unique style. Basquiat: Boom for Real runs at the Barbican from 21 September 2017 – 28 January 2018. Enjoyed this article? Sign up to our newsletter for the latest art news SUBMIT $test =
  • Banksy creates homage to Basquiat at London’s Barbican

    The street artist’s new murals coincide with the opening of ‘Boom for Real’. A pair of murals by the secretive street artist Banksy has appeared in central London overnight near the Barbican, marking the opening of a major retrospective of Jean-Michel Basquiat. On his official Instagra....
    The street artist’s new murals coincide with the opening of ‘Boom for Real’. A pair of murals by the secretive street artist Banksy has appeared in central London overnight near the Barbican, marking the opening of a major retrospective of Jean-Michel Basquiat. On his official Instagram account Banksy described the new street pieces as an "(unofficial) collaboration". He also wrote alongside an image of ferris wheel featuring a Basquiat crown motif: "Major new Basquiat show opens at the Barbican - a place that is normally very keen to clean any graffiti from its walls." Another piece that depicts Basquiat, painted in his loose expressive style, being searched by Met Police bears the caption: “Portrait of Basquiat being welcomed by the Metropolitan police – an (unofficial) collaboration with the new Basquiat show.” The exhibition Basquiat: Boom for Real is the first large-scale exhibition in the UK of the work by the artist who tragically died of a heroin overdose in 1988 at the age of 27. Jean-Michel Basquiat (1960­-1988) was one of the most significant painters of the 20th century, Basquiat came of age in the late 1970s in the post-punk underground art scene in downtown New York. His neo-expressionist style has gone on to influence an entire generation of artists including many of those on show in our gallery. Jane Alison, Head of Visual Arts, Barbican, said “We are truly thrilled to be staging the first show on Basquiat in the UK in over 20 years. The creative brilliance and emotive power of Basquiat continues to have a huge impact and influence. This is a rare opportunity for visitors to see a body of some of his most famous and also little known works in one place, and to see those works in the context of the New York scene of the 1980s.” Banksy has also been in the news recently when his painting ‘Civilian Drone Strike’ was auctioned at Art The Arms Fair, a five-day exhibition that protested against the Defence and Security Equipment International arms fair. The work was sold for £205,000, which was donated to charities Reprieve and Campaign Against Arms Trade. For more news stories and events visit our Brighton Gallery page. $test =
  • Dave White’s Trainers Featured By Hypebeast

    The artist’s favourite footwear is encrusted with 20 year’s worth of paint. Prolific painter Dave White has recently been featured by the purveyors of cool ‘Hypebeast’. The online magazine have featured White several times in the past, this time sharing an Instagram shot of the arti....
    The artist’s favourite footwear is encrusted with 20 year’s worth of paint. Prolific painter Dave White has recently been featured by the purveyors of cool ‘Hypebeast’. The online magazine have featured White several times in the past, this time sharing an Instagram shot of the artist’s go to sneakers that he wears when creating his incredible paintings. “These are original, for the past 20 years they have been the shoes I’ve painted in. Echoes and memories of past paintings are reflected in them,” said White in the caption taken from his social media feed. Hypebeast followed up the post with another blog, this time showing an unreleased sample of Dave White’s 2012 collaboration with Air Jordan, which immediately caught the attention of legions of diehard sneaker heads. It’s been 10 years since Dave left the sneaker world behind in his artwork, having focused on the motif during the early stages of his career. In recent year his explorations into to depicting a variety of animals, with a strong focus on endangered species. Dave White is well known for playing a major role in the trainer art movement with his expressive and idiosyncratic renderings of classic trainers including Nike Air Max’s and Dunks and Jordans. “I made the first sneaker painting in 2002. I wanted to immortalise them, present them as works of art in their own right and take them from objects to be used and thrown away to things to be obsessively viewed and enjoyed.” – Dave White The artist’s favourite footwear is encrusted with 20 year’s worth of paint. Prolific painter Dave White has recently been featured by the purveyors of cool ‘Hypebeast’. The online magazine have featured White several times in the past, this time sharing an Instagram shot of the artist’s go to sneakers that he wears when creating his incredible paintings. “These are original, for the past 20 years they have been the shoes I’ve painted in. Echoes and memories of past paintings are reflected in them,” said White in the caption taken from his social media feed. Last year saw the release of Dave White's latest groundbreaking collaboration with Nike on two pairs of Air Max 95. Hypebeast followed up the post with another blog, this time showing an unreleased sample of Dave White’s 2012 collaboration with Air Jordan, which immediately caught the attention of legions of diehard sneaker heads. It’s been 10 years since Dave left the sneaker world behind in his artwork, having focused on the motif during the early stages of his career. In recent year his explorations into to depicting a variety of animals, with a strong focus on endangered species. “I made the first sneaker painting in 2002. I wanted to immortalise them, present them as works of art in their own right and take them from objects to be used and thrown away to things to be obsessively viewed and enjoyed.” – Dave White Dave White is well known for playing a major role in the trainer art movement with his expressive and idiosyncratic renderings of classic trainers including Nike Air Max’s and Dunks and Jordans. For more news stories and events visit our Brighton Gallery page. $test =
  • Now Available In Our Brighton Gallery: ‘LOVE’ By David Spiller

    Another heartfelt edition from one of our most popular artists. David Spiller is one of the key figures of the British Pop Art scene and for the past 40 years, he has been creating canvases and prints that exude emotion, nostalgia and play testament to his profound love of words. ‘Love’....
    Another heartfelt edition from one of our most popular artists. David Spiller is one of the key figures of the British Pop Art scene and for the past 40 years, he has been creating canvases and prints that exude emotion, nostalgia and play testament to his profound love of words. ‘Love’ by David Spiller is an amazing 24 colour silkscreen limited edition on Somerset Satin 400gsm 100% cotton rag paper by highly collected artist David Spiller. Spiller’s editions see the incorporation of a variety of familiar icons and lyrics from pop culture with Disney characters, Coldplay song titles and childlike drawings all adding to the overall charm and honesty of his art. For further information or to purchase David Spiller's beautiful new edition please call our Brighton Gallery on 01273 724829 or email brighton@artrepublic.com "I really want to make paintings that put some magic on the wall. Some of them are straightforward things. Some are wild things. But underneath, it says I love you". - David Spiller In this latest edition ‘LOVE’ Spiller has depicted Minnie Mouse surrounded by loving affirmations and quotes including ‘never let me go’, ‘sweet dreams’ and ‘trust in your heart’. David Spiller - 'In My Heart' David Spiller’s editions are known to quickly sell out and never hang around our gallery for very long. This amazing 24 colour silkscreen is a triumph in advance printing techniques and is a true collector item; make it perfect gift for a loved one. ‘One of the things I do love about cartoons though is that kids get it straight away. They don’t say it’s Pop Art. They say it’s Mickey Mouse. What I am saying really is judge it from your feelings, not from what you think about art and all of that, just be young about it.’ David Spiller working in his South London studio Alongside ‘LOVE’ we have a number of other editions by David Spiller in our Brighton Gallery, so be sure to visit and ask to see this sumptuous edition in the flesh! For more news stories and events visit our Brighton Gallery page. $test =
  • Coming Soon Our Peter Blake Raffle Draw – 28/09/17

     A family afternoon with tea, cake and colouring in our Brighton Gallery. If you’ve recently visited our Brighton Gallery you may have seen that we’ve been selling raffle tickets to win a fabulous prize of one of Sir Peter Blake’s Brighton box sets of prints. The prize draw, taking pl....
     A family afternoon with tea, cake and colouring in our Brighton Gallery. If you’ve recently visited our Brighton Gallery you may have seen that we’ve been selling raffle tickets to win a fabulous prize of one of Sir Peter Blake’s Brighton box sets of prints. The prize draw, taking place on Thursday 28th September, is to raise much-needed funds for Middle Street primary school in Brighton, who require backing after much of their budget was slashed during finance cuts. The money raised will go towards building maintenance and will also fund technology equipment such as computers and their art department. Ticket will still be available for £20 a strip up until the draw. Between 4pm - 6pm there will be colouring activities for the children with afternoon tea and cake. The prize draw will take place during this time and as a further act of goodwill, we’ll be donating 20% of all sales from the day to Middle Street School. For further information on the prize draw or gallery afternoon please our Brighton Gallery on 01273 724829 or email brighton@artrepublic.com. The prize - a box set of 6 signed limited edition prints by Peter Blake Peter Blake, who is widely known as the Godfather of Pop Art, kindly donated the portfolio of prints and has previously visited the school.  We're inviting friends of the gallery, collectors, Middle Street pupils, teachers and parents, as well as anyone else who is keen to come along for the afternoon. Peter Blake signing his Brighton box in our gallery last year Peter Blake Raffle Draw for Middle Street School Thursday 28th September 4pm - 6pm in our Brighton Gallery Raffle tickets are £20 a strip and will be on sale up to the draw. We look forward to seeing you there! For more news stories and events visit our Brighton Gallery page. $test =
  • Ben Eine’s fantastic Love Lenticular Postcards are now available in white

    The Love Lenticular Postcards were originally released in black as a small scale version of Ben Eine’s debut Lenticular release exclusively with artrepublic in 2016. This new set of 4 colour Variants with a white background are the same size as the original postcards and each card is signed on th....
    The Love Lenticular Postcards were originally released in black as a small scale version of Ben Eine’s debut Lenticular release exclusively with artrepublic in 2016. This new set of 4 colour Variants with a white background are the same size as the original postcards and each card is signed on the reverse by the Ben Eine. BUY NOW>> Ready to hang This Lenticular medium see’s Ben Eine’s work truly come to life with the advanced Lenticular technology giving a further colour depth and movement to crate these show stopping works of art. We are also offering an amazing selection of framing options so you can get this set of four postcards ready to hang. Our framing experts have put together the perfect frame to really set of this amazing artwork. As a group You can choose to have the four postcards arranged horizontally, vertically or as a square in a hand-crafted smooth matt white wooden box frame. Each of the four postcards is individually shadow float mounted. Shadow Float Mounting is a method used to beautifully mount artwork onto a foam core using Artcare Restore – a fully archival and reversible mount. The result is the artwork appearing to float securely upon a backing mount board - creating a wonderful shadow around the edges of the individual postcards. There is also a 15mm insert slip between the artwork and the glass within the inner edge of the frame profile. For this you can choose from a range of stunning colours, Imperial Plum, Hunter Green, Olympia Blue, as well as plain white. BUY NOW>>   Individually framed Plus you can also buy a single postcard or the set of four individually framed directly into the profile edge in a stylish frosted silver aluminium frame. BUY NOW>> More about Ben Eine Ben Eine has become one of the London’s most prolific Street artists and his typography style art can be seen on walls and streets across the UK as well as in print form in homes across the world. The archetype of contemporary UK street-art, Eine’s ‘21st Century City’ was famously gifted to Barack Obama by David Cameron in 2010, and can be seen daily on his canvas of choice: the walls and shutters of shops around London. ‘Alphabet Street’, his most iconic work to date, is an unbounded mural, filling the concrete spaces of Middlesex Street, London, with his characteristically colourful lettering. Enjoyed this article? Sign up to our newsletter for the latest art news SUBMIT $test =
  • Veebee’s stunning new Kate Moss print drops this week

    A fabulous glow-in-the-dark edition. We are very excited about the release of anonymous artist VeeBee’s latest Kate Moss inspired edition this week. VeeBee is an artist whose true identity has been kept hidden, despite becoming one of the most popular artists at artrepublic. VeeBee has chos....
    A fabulous glow-in-the-dark edition. We are very excited about the release of anonymous artist VeeBee’s latest Kate Moss inspired edition this week. VeeBee is an artist whose true identity has been kept hidden, despite becoming one of the most popular artists at artrepublic. VeeBee has chosen to remain the shadows to enable their work to be viewed as a separate entity from them as a person. 'Kate Moss - Glow' Silkscreen Print, 70x70cm from a limited edition of 50 and priced at £285! ‘I want you to have my work on your wall, not based on who I am, where I have studied or where I have exhibited my work. I don’t want to get between “You” and the artwork.’ - VeeBee ‘Kate Moss – Glow’ is a classic pop art image of the world’s most notorious supermodel. Over the years Moss has played muse to a huge number of acclaimed artists, with her striking looks and glamorous aura informing works by Tracey Emin, Marc Quinn, Mr. Brainwash, Banksy, Lucian Freud and more. VeeBee has used special glow in the dark ink on the print, creating an alluring luminosity. We’re expecting the print to be very well received amongst art fans and collectors, so be sure to call the gallery to get your hands on one. VeeBee’s work often explores celebrity culture with hugely popular editions depicting stars including Johnny Depp, Michael Jackson, Jackie O’ and Audrey Hepburn. ‘Kate Moss – Glow’ will be released on Tuesday 5th September online and in our Brighton Gallery. For further information of to purchase VeeBee's latest print please call our Brighton Gallery on 01273 724829 or email brighton@artrepublic.com For more news stories and events visit our Brighton Gallery page. $test =
  • New Harland Miller Brings Happiness To Our Gallery

    One of the largest prints we’ve ever had is currently available. We are thrilled to currently have in our Brighton Gallery the monumental print ‘Happiness: The Case Against’ by one of the most sought after artists of the moment, Harland Miller. 'Happiness: The Case Against' was released ....
    One of the largest prints we’ve ever had is currently available. We are thrilled to currently have in our Brighton Gallery the monumental print ‘Happiness: The Case Against’ by one of the most sought after artists of the moment, Harland Miller. 'Happiness: The Case Against' was released earlier this year with the entire edition immediately selling out. It is part of a body of work by the artist exhibited at his 2016 solo show ‘Tonight We Make History (P.S. I Can’t Be There)’, which took place in Berlin to much critical acclaimed. This is one of the largest editions we’ve ever had in the gallery and demands to be seen in the flesh to be truly appreciated. We only have one of these rare prints available, please call our Brighton Gallery on 01273 724829 or email brighton@artrepublic.com “One of my favourite artists is Rothko. If you look at a lot of Rothko, when he got into the maroon phase he was dealing with a lot of oranges and this redness of orange. There is a Rothko which is essentially a Penguin book . . . the same format – the orange-white-orange – just without the graphic furniture.” Harland Miller explaining the influence of Rothko in his work. Harland Miller has carved out a hugely popular niche in the art world by creating jovial and humorous reinterpretations of Penguin book covers. By experimenting with scale and often enlarging book covers to enormous proportions Miller challenges the viewer to reinterpret the familiar media, incorporating his own imagined titles and adding geometric elements as seen in ‘Happiness'. This print takes inspiration from popular psychology books of the 60’s and 70’s, a subject Miller has further explored in his recent show at London’s White Cube gallery, ‘One Bar Electric Memoir’. “There are lots of aspects to the Penguin classic that inspire me visually. I love it as a colour field.” – Harland Miller ‘Happiness: The Case Against’ is a triumph of printmaking and has been produced using a variety of print techniques with polymer-gravure, photo-etching and block printing all being applied to build up a painterly, and layered surface texture. We only have one of these rare prints available. To purchase or for further information please call our Brighton Gallery on 01273 724829 or email brighton@artrepublic.com For more news stories and events visit our Brighton Gallery page. $test =

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