As one of Europe’s cultural capitals, Edinburgh really needs no introduction. It is home to some of the worlds most important and influential arts events including; the International Festival and accompanying Fringe, the Jazz & Blues Festival, the Book, Art and Film Festivals and, the Edinburgh Mela.
In 2005, The Edinburgh Art Fair became the latest addition to this list and through perseverance and dedication, has now firmly established itself as one of the highlights on the cultural calendar.
The Fair is run by East Lothian based Arte in Europa, who have 26 years experience in the art industry organising and promoting thousands of art exhibitions and contemporary art auctions, and over 20 national art fairs.
Over the years the EAF has attracted exhibiting galleries from as far off as Australia, India, the US, Canada, and Argentina, and now has a loyal following of buyers who return year after year to view and buy artwork from some of the worlds leading artists in a relaxed, convivial atmosphere.
Since 2005 the EAF has introduced over 450 galleries and 5000 artists to the 120,000 visitors that the Fair has so far attracted and, has witnessed the sale of over 15,000 individual artworks worth in excess of £10m.
This international event will return for its 13th edition in November when, the EAF will once again show why it has become such a hit with exhibitors and visitors alike.
Preview Evening : 18.30 - 21.30
For first pick of the artwork before it goes on sale
to the public join us at the Preview Evening.
Complimentary wine served from 18.30
Friday 24th November : 11.00 - 18.00
Saturday 25th November : 11.00 - 18.00
Sunday 26th November : 11.00 - 17.00
The Edinburgh Corn Exchange is situated approximately 3.6 kilometers (2 miles) to the south west of Edinburgh city centre, within the moat area of the capital. This is an area of mixed use embracing both retail, agriculture and residential accommodation.
The Corn Exchange sits to the south of Gorgie Road (A71) and north of Slateford Road (A70) two of the main arterial routes into the city.
More precisely the site is situated to the west of Chesser Avenue benefiting from roadside frontage on three sides: New Mart Road (north), New Market Road (east) and Cattle Road (west). Access to the site may be taken from either New Mart or New Market Road.
IF YOU WISH TO RESERVE ANY OF THE WORKS PLEASE CONTACT THE GALLERY
**For entry to the fair, please show this invite at the door**
Richard Ballantyne & Carol Read