AboutBureau is pleased to announce participation in The Manchester Contemporary art fair for the third year running, where they will present new works by Sophia Crilly, Daniel Fogarty, Dave Griffiths and Mit Senoj.
The third edition of The Manchester Contemporary takes place from 27 to 30 October 2011 in Manchester's Spinningfields district. Exhibiting work by internationally presenting artists alongside those that are new and emerging The Manchester Contemporary brings together by invitation ten of the UK's leading commercial contemporary art galleries alongside a purpose built Print Room and a series of information and project spaces.
Over four days visitors will have the opportunity to view and purchase works by critically engaged artists and learn more about them, their work and the process of collecting contemporary art at the North West's leading contemporary art-fair.
The Manchester Contemporary will welcome the following galleries and their artists:
Ceri Hand Gallery, Liverpool
Man & Eve, London
Mermaid & Monster, Cardiff
The International 3, Manchester
Workplace Gallery, Gateshead
A new addition to the fair in 2011 is The Print Room. Here visitors will be able to view and purchase a wide range of limited edition prints. Works for sale by artists from The Manchester Contemporary exhibitors will be complemented by prints from a selection of other invited organisations. In addition, a series of information and project spaces will include presentations from artist-led spaces, artists' agencies and partners of The Manchester Contemporary.
Launched in 2009, The Manchester Contemporary is committed to encouraging and developing a market for critically engaged contemporary art in the region.
Bureau at The Manchester Contemporary (Art Fair)
Presenting new works by artists: Sophia Crilly, Daniel Fogarty, Dave Griffiths, and Mit Senoj
Opening Times: 11 - 7pm, Friday 28th / 11 6pm, Saturday 29th / 11 5pm, Sunday 30th
Venue: Fifth Floor, Quay House, Quay Street, Spinningfields, Manchester. M3 3AQ
The Manchester Contemporary is supported by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
To book free tickets visit: http://www.themanchestercontemporary.com