Friday 25 September 2020

Fresh: Art Fair set to return to Cheltenham Racecourse

Following the storming success of its inaugural showcase, Fresh: Art Fair is set to return to Cheltenham Racecourse in April 2018.

Having been hailed as ‘the best contemporary art fair outside London’, Fresh: Art Fair will make its anticipated return to Cheltenham Racecourse this spring, promising to push the bar even higher in its second year.

With last year’s showcase attracting close to 4,500 art lovers, Fresh: Art Fair is sure to delight visitors when it returns from Friday 27 to Sunday 29 April 2018, offering the chance to peruse 5,000 works from 46 of the UK’s leading galleries.

The 2018 event will welcome back 31 exhibitors including Panter & Hall of Pall Mall; Lime Tree Gallery from Bristol; and Camburn Fine Art from France, while new and highly regarded galleries include the John Davies Gallery from Moreton in the Marsh; and Gallery Pangolin, part of Pangolin Editions.

What’s more, new for this year’s event, and for the first time in the art fair world, there will be an outdoor Sculpture Park showcasing 70 large outdoor pieces by 15 artists.

Other highlights will be the return of fine art auctioneers Bonhams who will advise visitors on selling their old art; guests are encouraged to take along up to three works which can be from before or during the early 20th century.

For more information see Fresh: Air Fair, call (01242) 224734, or visit directly.

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Tuesday 23 January 2018

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