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Win Tickets to The International Art Fair for Contemporary Objects.
Image Credit: Night Owl Earrings, Wendy Ramshaw, The Scottish Gallery. Photo courtesy of the Scottish Gallery
Win Tickets to The International Art Fair for Contemporary Objects.
Image Credit: The Perfect Match, Grayson Perry 2015. Image courtesy of Paragon Press and Victoria Miro

Collect - Win Tickets to The International Art Fair for Contemporary Objects.

We're giving away 5 pairs of tickets to Collect: The International Art Fair for Contemporary Objects.

Competition Ends: 19/01/2017

This offer has expired.

Collect: The International Art Fair for Contemporary Objects, presented by the Crafts Council, returns to the Saatchi Gallery, London for its 13th edition between 2—6 Feb 2017. 
 
Collect will present an unrivalled opportunity to see and buy exquisite craft-led works by artists and makers represented by British and international galleries.
 
Show features include the first public showing of a pair of large scale tapestries by Grayson Perry, the Essex House Tapestries: the Life of Julie Cope; Collect Open, a platform for concept-driven and experimental craft; Show Time; and a programme of free talks from experts in the worlds of design, architecture and art.
 
Win 5 pairs of tickets to Collect: The International Art Fair for Contemporary Objects!


Find out more about the fair at www.collect17.org.uk

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