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A Personal Invitation From Alex Zadah

A Personal Invitation From Alex Zadah

Oct 7, 2011

written by in Affordable Art, Art, Exhibitions

Come and join me for a drink at the Affordable Art Fair, where I shall pop in to see what lovely art is out there.

London, Battersea – 20th–23rd October, 2011

Hampstead – 27 – 30 October, 2011

The Affordable Art Fair’s formula is relatively simple: a relaxed, unstuffy environment and lots of good quality contemporary art.

The price ceiling of £3,000/€5,000/$10,000 and the compulsory labelling of all artwork ensures you know what you can and can’t afford, and the huge array of paintings, sculpture, photography and prints means there is something to suit every taste whether you are a first time art buyer or a seasoned collector. Each year new artists are shown at the fairs, so even if you don’t find your perfect piece the first time it is always worth coming back!

At several of the fairs there is a showcase for recent graduates – giving you the opportunity to snap up a work by a potential star of the future. And there are always lots of other arty activities going on, such as printmaking workshops and talks on collecting art, which are fun, informative and free.

At each event there’s a wine bar or café, and in London and Amsterdam there’s also a crèche where young children can be left to play while you browse.

The Affordable Art Fair

Come and join me for a drink at the Affordable Art Fair, where I shall pop in to see what lovely art is out there.

London, Battersea – 20th–23rd October, 2011

Hampstead – 27 – 30 October, 2011

The Affordable Art Fair’s formula is relatively simple: a relaxed, unstuffy environment and lots of good quality contemporary art.

The price ceiling of £3,000/€5,000/$10,000 and the compulsory labelling of all artwork ensures you know what you can and can’t afford, and the huge array of paintings, sculpture, photography and prints means there is something to suit every taste whether you are a first time art buyer or a seasoned collector. Each year new artists are shown at the fairs, so even if you don’t find your perfect piece the first time it is always worth coming back!

At several of the fairs there is a showcase for recent graduates – giving you the opportunity to snap up a work by a potential star of the future. And there are always lots of other arty activities going on, such as printmaking workshops and talks on collecting art, which are fun, informative and free.

At each event there’s a wine bar or café, and in London and Amsterdam there’s also a crèche where young children can be left to play while you browse.

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