We are very pleased to welcome back The Art Hound Gallery to Cambridge Art Fair.
The Art Hound Gallery carefully source and sell pieces by some of the greatest 20th century and contemporary artists. They enjoy showing their clients that great art by the luminaries of the 20th and 21st centuries can be genuinely affordable.
Alongside the works of their internationally recognised artists, such as Tracey Emin, Sir Peter Blake, Damien Hirst, Pure Evil and Banksy, they aim to promote some of the most talented and promising emerging artists from London and around the country to showcase their works alongside the greats. Their stock knows no boundaries of genre and you’ll see the works of contemporary urban artists sitting next to the abstracts of the St Ives School.
Established in 2012, The Art Hound began on the King’s Road in London, selling at the major art fairs of the UK and to private clients. They opened a permanent gallery space in 2016 in Cambridge in the beautiful setting of Burwash Manor, a hive of independent British business and retail.
They scour the country - and the world - looking for the latest talent from the contemporary art world and each piece is hand-selected with care by their expert buyer. The gallery is open 7 days a week, so they are always able to answer your queries and handle your requests - and they promise no pretentious answers.
The Art Hound himself is Mick, a rescue greyhound. They love dogs, so take along your own hound to Burwash Manor and see the new gallery for yourself.
You'll find The Art Hound Gallery on Stand A2 in the Large Hall. Click here to visit their website.