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GALLERY CLOSED DURING JANUARY: We shall reopen for our first exhibition in February
 
Name: Glasgow Contemporary Art Fair

Date:22nd April - 24th April

Location: Old Fruitmarket, Candleriggs, Glasgow G1 1NQ

We will be taking a stand at the Glasgow Contemporary Art Fair (GCAF) which takes place from the 22-24th April at the city’s iconic Old Fruitmarket located in the Merchant City.

This event takes place over two floors, with galleries and artists exhibiting a wide range of works.  We are delighted to be representing a few of our favourite artists this year, including Dronma, James Fraser RSW (featured image ‘Goodbye Norma Jean’),  Linda Park, Silvana McLean, Heloise Maylin, Fiona Millar, Moy Mackay, Jackie Forbes Henderson, Andy Cross & Joyce Gunn Cairns MBE. We will also be taking some of Urpu Sellar’s ceramic sculpture with us.

You can find us at stand 30 on the upstairs balcony.

Tickets for Saturday and Sunday the 23rd and 24th April are available on the door. Adults £3. Under 16s Free.

Opening Times

Friday 22nd April Preview Evening 6pm – 9pm
Saturday 23rd April 9.30am – 5.30pm
Sunday 24th April 10am – 5pm

The Old Fruitmarket is located in the Merchant City of Glasgow situated east of George Square this area offers an oasis of contemporary, Victorian and 17th Century architecture and is where you can find high end dining, buzzing bars, cafes and designer shops.

Image 54The venue recently benefited from an extensive refurbishment which has given this iconic venue a new lease of life and an important role in hosting many of the city’s cultural events and celebrations with it recently being one of the key ‘hub’ venues for the Commonwealth Games. This spacious and entrancing venue has kept all its period charm, including the lofty vaulted roof, cast iron columns, original signage and balcony.

Address: Candleriggs, Glasgow G1 1NQ.  Enter via City Halls main front door.

For more information please visit http://www.gcaf.co.uk/