Pieces by world renown artists such as Banksy will be up for grabs across the weekend...
One of the UK’s most ambitious art fairs is coming back to Manchester this year and you can get your hands on FREE tickets for the exclusive event TODAY!
After a brief hiatus last year, the White Circle Manchester Art Fair is back with a bang and to celebrate the occasion, it has come armed with a fantastic line up of both modern and contemporary paintings, sculptures, photography and limited edition prints, all from a selection of some of the worlds most acclaimed galleries and artists.
Valuable pieces by world-renown artists such as Damien Hirst, Tracy Emin and Banksy will also be available to purchase across the weekend-long event, as will art work from the UK’s finest like Saul Hay, Laura Jordan and Ian Rayer-Smith… So start getting those pennies saved up.
Art from a number of Manchester’s favourite galleries will also be making an appearance, including Saul Hay Gallery (Castle Street), Contemporary Six (Princess Street), Hot Bed Press (Cow Lane), as will Simone Ridyard with her urban sketches and the wonderfully raw expressive paintings of Ian Rayer Smith.
But perhaps the most talked about aspect of this year’s fair is the booming market of the ever-so mysterious NFTs – Non-Fungible Tokens. White Circle Manchester Art Fair will demystify the world of NFTs, with advice on purchasing, the link to cryptocurrency, and a selection of exhibitors in the fair selling exclusive NFTs.
Sarah Maskell, Founder of White Circle, said on the upcoming event: “The opportunity to support Manchester Art Fair has been the most amazing collaboration. As we open up offices and public spaces to celebrate the role culture plays in our environment, this event is an integral part of that journey.
“I feel very fortunate to be able to help continue the support the show gives artists in reaching people, sharing their talents and the joy art brings to our community.”
The fair opens with a launch night at Manchester Central on Friday November 19th
from 5-9pm, followed by public admission the following days on Saturday November 20th, 10am-6pm and Sunday November 21st, 10am –5pm.
And guess what? For today only, you lovely Manchester’s Finest readers can get tickets for the event for FREE. Don’t say we don’t treat you well. Click here to get yours… But be quick, there’s only 200 up for grabs.