Local gallery ‘artrepublic’ has officially rebranded to become Enter Gallery. It will remain situated on Bond Street and continue to be led by the same team and founder, Lawrence Alkin.
The company has gone through various evolutions before this one: From In the Frame, to Ink’d gallery, to artrepublic in Brighton, artrepublic in Soho and the Lawrence Alkin Gallery in London.
The gallery, which extended to have a second room last year, offers affordable artworks to all, while aiming to demystify art and eliminate the elitism associated with it. The new name is meant to be a representation of this ethos and marks the beginning of a new era.
The spot has become a well-known destination for art lovers from across the globe regardless of budget or background. It has always been a place that’s welcoming to all, and remains committed to showcasing a wide range of high-quality artworks, focusing mainly on limited edition prints made by contemporary artists.
A spokesperson for the gallery said:
“It’s time to write an exciting new chapter for our Brighton gallery as we now see the artrepublic brand’s future as being online. Rest assured, our Brighton gallery will continue exactly as before, under a new brand, ‘Enter Gallery”.
As well as the original staff and founder, Enter Galley will also keep its unique ‘Own Art’ scheme running. This scheme (as mentioned in this article) makes art more accessible to all with 0% loans available over a 10 or 20 month period.
The popular Art Yard Sale in Jubilee Square run by Enter Gallery was unfortunately postponed due to Covid-19, but is set to be held later in 2020 in line with Brighton Fringe.
The gallery will be reopening to the public on Monday 15th June with precautions in place to protect both customers and staff members.
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