SCOTLAND’S only car boot sale for contemporary art will return to Glasgow's SWG3 next month.

The two-day event aims to improve the accessibility of contemporary art and will feature works by Turner prize nominees including Jim Lambie and Christine Borland as well as emerging artists.

There will also be a chance to speak to the artists directly and enjoy the first look at art straight from the studio with prices ranging from £5 to £500.

There will also be street food, cocktails and DJs playing over the two-day event.

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Organiser Patricia Fleming said, “The Art Car Boot Sale continues to grow and surprise us, the art audiences of Glasgow know their stuff. Together we are building new collectors and interesting collections across the city and beyond.”

Artist Toby Paterson said, “The Art Car Boot Sale consistently challenges the tired consensus that the broader Scottish public are not cut out to be collectors of the contemporary art for which Glasgow in particular has become internationally renowned.

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“Speaking as an artist, the quality and directness of engagement with the Art Car Boot’s diverse audience is always refreshing, as is the sense of mutual benefit in receiving direct financial support while being able to make one’s work a part of the daily lives of people who may not previously have thought it possible to own original contemporary art.

“Above all, it is always great fun for all involved and I look forward to this year’s edition.”

Tickets for the event, on June 29 and 30 are £3.00 and under 16s go free.