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  In the early 1980’s, when painter Ned Hoskins returned to the UK following a year spent living and working in the States, he was struck by the lack of visual arts in the Brighton Festival. His solution was to open the whole of his Brighton...

  Renowned watercolourist Kate Osborne brings a new collection of work to 35 North Contemporary Fine Art this April. Focusing on the joys of allotment life, her vibrant, abstract watercolours capture the ever changing landscape of this oasis in the heart of Brighton. Kate was born in...

In Conjunction is an exhibition of work by University of Brighton students Tyla Johnson, Taylor Lyttleton and Lucy Topp, curated by Alice Taylor. A combination of illustration and photography, this promises to be a thought provoking and exciting show. This is the fourth year that we have...

    Following the success of the exhibition at 35 North in 2018, the Deanland Project is exhibiting at Farleys House and Gallery. Farleys House was the home of the pioneering photographer Lee Miller and her husband, the surrealist artist Roland Penrose. Today Farleys is home to the...

When fine art framers Rainsford & James contacted us with an idea for an exhibition, we were intrigued! As framers the pair spend their days in the company of amazing artworks but rarely get the opportunity to see what happens to the work after it leaves their workshop. The Mitres...

35 North Contemporary Fine Art is delighted to be hosting a very special exhibition, conceived and curated by Connor McNulty, featuring the work of a collective of students from University of the Arts London. YOUTH Mariana Cheniaux – mysterious delicate drawings in pencil and ink. Catherine Chetvergova –...

Its hard to believe that after all the anticipation, the launch party, the open day etc, 35 North Contemporary Fine Art is now up and running! Feedback has been amazing and I love talking to all the different people who wander in throughout the day....

When we were approached by Matt Devitt and his colleagues about the possibility of using the gallery to shoot a short film, we thought it sounded like fun! As the first exhibition doesn't begin until early September a quick bit of picture hanging was required...

So a huge thanks to our fabulous builders Phil and Jason, painter Leyton, sign writer Will the Brush, graphic designer Jane Barkway and all the friends and family who have supported us over the last few months!! We really are almost there!...

As I mentioned in my last post we have been opening our house to the public for the last 16 years as part of the Fiveways Artists Group. As well as John's work we are generally joined by a number of guest artists, both local...