A headline-grabbing art gallery is celebrating its 30th anniversary and the return of its ‘long-awaited’ display case of rare prints.
The Enter Gallery in Brighton is hosting its annual Rare Print Show on Friday 9th September.
The Bond Street Gallery features rare and highly collectible artworks by some of the world’s most respected artists, including Tracey Emin, Damien Hirst and Grayson Perry, who call Friston their home.
The art gallery is also celebrating its 30th anniversary.
There have been many standout moments over the three decades.
The gallery made headlines when it sold James Cauty’s controversial Stamps Of Mass Destruction in 2003.
It made headlines again in 2007 when 10 Banksy prints worth £10,000 were stolen by two thieves who struck in two separate late-night incidents.
The thieves made off with tracks like Gangsta Rat, Welcome To Hell, Virgin Mary, Morons, Jack And Jill and Napalm.
Enter Gallery director and founder Lawrence Alkin also appeared on The Apprentice’s sister show, The Apprentice: You’re Fired, in 2012 to offer his opinion on how contestants fared during a showcase challenge in a pop -up gallery have hit.
Visitors can book their Showcase tickets on the Enter Gallery website.
https://www.theargus.co.uk/news/20758180.enter-gallery-brighton-host-rare-print-show-next-month/?ref=rss Enter Gallery in Brighton to host their Rare Print Show next month