Singapore Affordable Art Festival

  • LuLuPa HuTong No.3 by Huang Kai.

    LuLuPa HuTong No.3 by Huang Kai.

  • Asia by Yanko Tihov will appear at the fair.

    Asia by Yanko Tihov will appear at the fair.

  • Photography by Christian Konold named Colour Blinds.

    Photography by Christian Konold named Colour Blinds.

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What started as a small art warehouse in southwest London devoted to bridging interest in contemporary art and the aloof London gallery scene has now manifested itself into a global phenomenon. The Affordable Art Fair aims to make contemporary art accessible to everyone, not just in affordability but also through education about collecting, purchasing, and installation. The fair spans three continents with more than 1 million visitors, buying over US$300 million worth of art. From November 21-24, 2013 the Affordable Art Fair will land in Singapore, showing a variety of contemporary artworks with price tags ranging from US$80 to US$8,000. The festival will even feature an Under S$1,000 Wall that will feature art priced just as the name suggests. The event will be housed in the mammoth F1 Pit Building with entrance tickets starting from US$10.

For more information, visit Affordable Art Fair Singapore

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