Galleries are invited to complete this online form to apply for a stand at Buy Art Fair 2013
Gallery Background (no more than 100 words)
5 digital images that clearly represent the style of work you intend to show.
Range of media you intend to show
List of the artists with 50 word biographies
Total number of pieces you intend to show over the 4 days
Price range of pieces – there is no upper price limit at Buy Art Fair
Size of stand required (m²)
All applications will be assessed to ensure a mix of the highest level of work is presented at the event and to avoid the same artist being represented on more than one stand.
There are no geographic restrictions for galleries.
All exhibitors must show original work and all work must be for sale.
Digitally produced reproductions of artwork already existing in another form are not allowed at Buy Art Fair.
The decision of the organiser is final and based on the selection criteria
If you have any general enquiries to make about exhibiting before making your application please contact Sophie Helm on 01457 866720
NB: Please note that at present we are not accepting applications from individual artists. However if you would like your gallery or artist collective to be contacted please email Sophie Helm
Dear Martin Hamblem,
Harris Open Exhibition 2013
I am delighted to inform you that the following work(s) have been selected for the above exhibition:
The Slack Rope of Democracy
The private view for the exhibition is on Friday 18th January at 6.30pm. This year the exhibition is kindly sponsored by Granthams. The official prize giving will take place at 6.45pm and I do hope you will be able to attend.
Following the exhibition all artwork must be collected on Monday 11th or Tuesday 12th February, between 10.00am and 4.00pm. Please bring this letter with you as proof of identification.
Please note that due to a lack of storage space, we will dispose of any work that has not been collected by 4pm on Tuesday 12th February 2013.
Digital Aesthetic 3 at the Harris; Tate Modern (William Klein & Daido Moriyama); Rain Room at Barbican (3 hour wait so didn’t); Turner Prize at Tate Britain; Saatchi; ICA (exhibitions closed); Tate Modern (The Bigger Splash); David Shrigley at the Cornerhouse. Just so I don’t forget.
My bog standard/MO criticism of the display at the Harris – time based work with no signage indicating the length of time of the piece and no chairs/seating etc. How many times? Is it the artist or the curator?
Compare and contrast; at Tate Britain, signage for Luke Fowlers 90 minute film about R.D. Laing displayed screening times (like a cinema) and also stated “The screening room Model for an Artist’s Cinema 2012 was purpose built to propose a solution to the problem of showing long-form films within a gallery settting”. Which is better but…..so the person who designs/installs tiered seeting is being recognised for doing so as a response to a problem….do the technicians get a round of applause for hanging a painting. I wouldn’t pay £10 (price of admission to see Turner Prize) to see a film in a cinema knowing I would then be expected to stand up to watch the film, this all seems very basic – it’s 2013! The signage for the winner was very clear (no seats but because I’ve been informed it’s 20 minutes long I can do that – see image).