In October, I was invited by Brighton’s Art Republic to join them for an evening of art. In this post, I’m giving you a speedy tour of the gallery itself. You’ll be buzzing from all the art, I promise you.
Who Are Art Republic?
Firstly, I feel I need to explain a little more about Art Republic. As one of Brighton’s leading galleries, they offer a plethora of prints, limited edition art and one-off signed pieces of cutting edge artists both in their showroom and more recently on-line.
They were one of the first shops to stock Banksy back in the day – and have built up a close relationship with leading artists (and budding new ones) bring art to the people of Brighton.
Their wonderful gallery is in the centre of town – you can’t miss it. It’s just one street behind the Brighton’s Royal Pavilion. Art Republic pride themselves on bringing cutting edge art to Brighton.
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About Art Republic In Brighton
If you are ever in town why not pop into their new look gallery? It’s full of prints crammed onto every wall. They have most recently taken over the shop next door to open up a new gallery aimed at families. The space is child-friendly. And they host regular meet ups and events in there.
Also at the night was a select group of Brighton influencers including @BrightonGirlMag, @inspiringcity, @katyearley, @__ladyland_– all of whom had different readers and insights.
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What impressed me most was how much knowledge the staff had. And how passionate they are about all the artist they feature.
Art Republic are members of Own Art Scheme – where you can spread the cost of your art over 20 months up to £25,000 with 0% interest. Making art available to all no matter what your budget.
I came away feeling inspired and energised about the buzzing art scene in Brighton.
Next time you are in Brighton, pop into Art Republic. They are experts on art. And will give you the heads up on the best places to spot street graffiti around town! Just ask.
Which is your favourite art gallery in Brighton? be lovely to hear your thoughts below.