The Press Release:
Affordable Art Fair returns to New York for its Fall 2023 edition featuring work by over 400 artists across 76 exhibitors.
The fair takes place at the Metropolitan Pavilion from Wednesday, September 20 to Sunday, September 24.
The Affordable Art Fair is a contemporary art fair dedicated to creating a dynamic and approachable entry-point to the contemporary art market for enthusiasts, collectors, and art-curious fairgoers alike. Affordable Art Fair offers artwork created by emerging and established talent in a range of media and genres priced up to $12,000.
The fall 2023 edition brings together a unique and exciting new roster of galleries, presenting a selection of 27 international galleries with a focus on showcasing Latin American and Asian art. Among the standouts are Jimena Carranza (Mexico City), online gallery Catalysta featuring Latin American artists, and Mookji Art Contemporary (Seoul), to name a few. Continue reading Affordable Art Fair Announces Exhibitors For Fall 2023 Event→
“The Chronicles of Piercing Ken” website had the honor of participating at another awesome Affordable Art Fair show. During the event I spoke to a number of creative people and posted these interviews on the Official Piercing Ken Channel – This post collects several of them for the purposes of website content.
The Press Release:
Affordable Art Fair will return to New York City for its spring 2023 edition, welcoming over 70 local, national, and international galleries. The fair takes place from March 22nd through March 26th at the Metropolitan Pavilion.
The Affordable Art Fair has a long history across the globe of acting as a critical entry point for curious art-goers and new collectors seeking access to the contemporary art market. This year, the fair has expanded its price-cap to $12,000 which accommodates for the growth and maturation of artists’ markets after repeat exposure to collectors both at Affordable Art Fair and beyond. Continue reading Affordable Art Fair New York Announces Spring Exhibitor List & Highlights→