The Brighton Storeroom was established as an artists’ run initiative in 2003 under the auspices of Michael and Alison Pile at Brighton Plantation in St. George, Barbados. Located in the old Stables of the plantation yard it is at the centre of the weekly Brighton Farmers Market. The gallery serves as a key hub in presenting work from local, regional and international artists.

Relaunched in October 2019 The Brighton Storeroom has an expanded and bold new mission to present a wide range of contemporary art by emerging and established artists and, with the gallery's central Caribbean location, many works reflect and celebrate the challenges and achievements of the archipelago and its diaspora. Exhibitions reflect an open multi-disciplinary curatorial policy but the core focus remains limited print editions and works of art on paper, ceramics and other crafts. The gallery is welcoming and accessible but also serves as a serious forum for collectors and others with an interest in art and design.

A critical aspect of the 2019 relaunch of TBS was the incorporation of a range of events and experiences to create a cultural community with genuine engagement with our audiences.  Events are varied and include talks, illustrated presentations, films, culinary specials, and live performances.
The gallery is well placed to help satisfy the growing international interest in art of the region and welcomes queries from abroad.










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