Edinburgh New Town Gallery Arusha Starts New Online Store

Arusha, the Dundas Street art gallery that opened in 2013, has started a new online store where a bespoke and exclusive curated selection of publications, limited edition prints and art objects are available for purchase.  

The contemporary art gallery, that runs an annual programme of exhibitions, events and fairs, both nationally and internationally, including regular collaborations with guest artists, curators, festivals and institutions, is taking this initiative in addition to work presented physically in the main gallery. The new online platform will allow  artists and the curators to share a wider breadth of work and some of their favourite pieces.

Agnieszka Prendota, Creative Director at Arusha Gallery said “We are delighted to announce the launch of the Arusha Gallery online store and hope that our customers and clients enjoy browsing through it as much as we enjoyed curating it. Home to an eclectic mix of publications, objet d’art and limited edition prints, the store is not simply an extension of the gallery proper, but rather a new platform from which we can shine a spotlight on a further selection of makers, artists and art forms.”

While artists and makers will rotate throughout the year, the opening offer will include a limited-edition Charlotte Keates Monograph ahead of her 2021 solo show; a series of gouache on Yupo paper works by Edinburgh based painter Jacob Littlejohn; an exclusive range of candlesticks and candelabras, each one unique and hand-built by Blue Firth at Dohm Ceramics; a series of etchings from Plum Cloutman.

The online store also features a small number of limited editions of publications that accompanied shows (Linger Awhile, 2018 and Beasts, 2020) at Arusha Gallery by one of Scotland’s most distinctive artists, Helen Flockhart.

Irene Brown

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