The Glasgow Contemporary Art Fair returns to the Marquee at Kelvingrove between the 27th and 29th May.
The Glasgow Contemporary Art Fair is now in its third year at the Marquee at Kelvingrove providing the public the opportunity to view and buy a stunning range of contemporary art from a wide range of art galleries and professional artists from across the UK.
With something for every art buyer from the beginner, the enthusiast to the art collector with prices from £50 to over £20,000.
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