Fresh: Art Fair at Cheltenham Racecourse

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Bringing Britain’s biggest choice of art to Cheltenham Racecourse, Fresh: Art Fair returns this June 2022 with work from 500 artists including Banksy, Tracey Emin, David Hockney, Henri Matisse and Joan Miró.

Fresh: Art Fair brings Britain’s biggest choice of art to Cheltenham Racecourse this June 2022, with 6,000 original works from 500 artists spanning paintings, prints, sculptures, ceramics and glass.

With exclusive use of Cheltenham Racecourse from Friday 10 to Sunday 12 June 2022, art lovers from Gloucestershire and beyond can browse a huge variety of art, with pieces by famous names like Banksy, Emin, Hockney, Matisse and Miró exhibited alongside exciting new talent and a host of established painters and sculptors – with pieces costing from £100 to £30,000 and most at a more accessible budget.

This year’s fair promises to be the biggest and best event yet, with 50 of the country’s leading galleries exhibiting, including eight from the Cotswolds and no less than 17 which are making their Fresh: Art Fair debut in 2022. The event is also welcoming the Lysenko Gallery showcasing work by Ukrainian artists.

Fresh: Art Fair also hosts a series of talks and artist demonstrations throughout the weekend, with experts including Royal West of England Academy CEO, Alison Bevan, giving talks on buying and collecting art. There are 11 artists working and answering visitor’s questions throughout the weekend, too.

The event takes place from Friday 10 to Sunday 12 June 2022. Friday is free to attend and weekend tickets, giving art lovers the freedom to return as many times as they’d like for the duration of the fair, cost from £6 each.

For those wanting first pick of the art, there is also a Private View on Thursday 9 June 2022 from 5.30pm to 9pm where visitors can browse this year’s collection and make purchases while enjoying complimentary wine. Tickets for the Private View cost from £10 each and allow visitors to return to the fair throughout the weekend, too.

To book tickets, visit eventbrite.co.uk.

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Event:
Fresh: Art Fair 2022
Venue
Cheltenham Racecourse
Dates:
Thursday 9 to Sunday 12 June 2022
Times:
From 11am to 6pm on Friday and Saturday, 11am to 5pm on Sunday. The Private View takes place from 5.30pm to 9pm.
Admission:
Weekend tickets cost £6 in advance or £8 on the door, with children under 16 able to attend for free. Private View tickets cost £10 online in advance.
Telephone:
(01242) 224734

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