Fraternise – the Salon offers a collectible range of contemporary art works. Contributing artists include those at the top of the commercial game and others who are, as yet, unknown in the auction room.

With prices ranging from £5 – £20,000 this exhibition offers a special opportunity to exercise your judgment and perhaps risk your aesthetic arm, by starting or expanding a collection.

Draw on Beaconsfield’s 16 years of experience in identifying outstanding artworks by established and emerging artists – and support the future work of the organisation. Sales benefit both participating artists and Beaconsfield.

Click here to view the exhibition catalogue

Monday 16 May at 7pm:

Fraternise – for Collectors

With Nina Miall, Director, Haunch of Venison

(Booking essential)

Nina will give a short talk for aspiring and established collectors – covering why and how people collect and how to get started, with refreshments.

Nina Miall is a director at leading contemporary art gallery Haunch of Venison (London/ Berlin/ NewYork). She sits on Beaconsfield’s board of trustees.

To attend r.s.v.p

Advice by Appointment

If you’re thinking of adding to or starting a collection and would like some advice, or more information about exhibiting artists, Beaconsfield Director/Curators David Crawforth and Naomi Siderfin will be available by appointment throughout May to talk collectors through the exhibition on an individual basis.

To arrange an appointment please contact

Top: Jules Clarke, Freeman’s Pool, 2011, oil on canvas
Bottom: Fraternise – the Salon, Upper Space: Installation view