People buy art purely for the feeling each piece inspires
LONDON: With art season in full swing, hot young talents will join household names as the Affordable Art Fair returns to leafy Battersea every October. The four-day event will see a diverse line up of artists showcasing a mix of contemporary paintings, editioned prints, sculptures and photography, all priced between £100 – £6,000.
As well as investing in contemporary art, visitors can get involved in some of the innovative workshops and tours set to take place at the fair. There will be CSM short courses on Collage, Drawing and Idea Generation across the four days, as well as tours by the London Art Salon where you can get tips on How to Own a Hirst or brush up on Sculptural Shapes.
Art fair for 20 years
Twenty years on from the very first Affordable Art Fair in 1999 the show is going on – twice a year in London. Still we can discover the joy of collecting art with thousands of original artworks, all between 100 to 6,000 pounds. Reason to buy art could be to celebrate a special moment, surround family with creativity or purely for the feeling each piece inspires.
The Affordable Art Fair opens its doors in London´s Hampstead Heath in May and in Battersea in October, and in many other countries around the year.
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