Call for artists, galleries and dealers to take part in Art Fair East in Norwich

Art Fair East exhibition at St Andrew's Hall, Norwich. Organiser Brian Korteling.
Picture: ANTONY K

Art Fair East exhibition at St Andrew's Hall, Norwich. Organiser Brian Korteling. Picture: ANTONY KELLY - Credit: Archant

Artists, galleries and art dealers are being invited to get involved in this year's Art Fair East in Norwich.

Art Fair East exhibition at St Andrew's Hall, Norwich.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Art Fair East exhibition at St Andrew's Hall, Norwich. Picture: ANTONY KELLY - Credit: Archant

The event, now in its third year and founded by Will Teather and Brian Korteling, will be at St Andrew's Hall from November 20 to December 3. Last year's fair featured more than 100 artists and attracted more than 3,500 visitors, and the event is making a name for itself as one of the country's leading art fairs outside London.

Mr Korteling said: 'We aim to deliver the best the art world has to offer to the eastern region and also introduce eastern artists to a wider audience.'

Mr Teather added: 'Art Fair East is now becoming well established as a high quality art fair here in the East of England, in London and further afield - because we select the exhibitors we can make sure there is a good variety of work that will appeal to different people and give an assurance of quality.'

To apply to take part, visit www.artfaireast.com

Art Fair East exhibition at St Andrew's Hall, Norwich. Work by Mats Jonasson.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Art Fair East exhibition at St Andrew's Hall, Norwich. Work by Mats Jonasson. Picture: ANTONY KELLY - Credit: Archant

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Art Fair East exhibition at St Andrew's Hall, Norwich. The finishing touches are put to the exhibiti

Art Fair East exhibition at St Andrew's Hall, Norwich. The finishing touches are put to the exhibition ahead of the opening. Picture: ANTONY KELLY - Credit: Archant

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