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About the event
Hot on the heels of its hugely-successful Hampstead fair, Affordable Art Fair has announced it will be opening a pop-up exhibition in Liberty London’s fourth floor ‘Disappearing Store’ – opening on Tuesday 27th June for twelve days only.
The exhibition, entitled ‘A Tale of Two Cities’, will showcase a handpicked selection of artwork from its contemporary art galleries to launch the 2017 autumn fairs, Affordable Art Fair Battersea and Bristol.
In keeping with its traditional format, the brand will be bringing a range of original, contemporary limited-edition prints, paintings and sculpture all priced between £100 - £6,000 – giving more people across the capital a chance to fall in love with affordable and original art.
Confirmed galleries for the pop-up so far include TAG Fine Arts, Manifold Editions, Will’s Art Warehouse, Quantum Contemporary Art and Ingo Fincke Gallery.
The Affordable Art Fair has revolutionised and democratised the art market; bringing art under £6,000 to its three UK locations: Battersea Park, Hampstead Heath, and Bristol – all complemented by a newly-launched ecommerce platform.
For further information about Affordable Art Fair and to browse and buy art, visit: affordableartfair.com