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Affordable Art Fair


Thu Nov 15 2012, 11:00am–8:00pm
Fri Nov 16 2012, 11:00am–10:00pm
Sat Nov 17 2012, 11:00am–8:00pm
Sun Nov 18 2012, 11:00am–8:00pm

Where: F1 Pit Building, 1 Republic Blvd , Marina Bay, Singapore

Restrictions: All ages

Ticket Information:

  • Standard: $40.00
  • Standard: $30.00
  • Standard: $25.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Affordable Art Fair is the leading showcase for affordable contemporary art. Join us at the third Affordable Art Fair in Singapore for an exciting and fun filled day at the F1 Pit Building from 15 – 18 November 2012.

This year 86 galleries from 18 countries will be offering a diverse range of contemporary art. Be inspired by the artwork from various galleries all over the world and see which artist appeals to your artistic taste. Choose from a wide variety of artwork, which includes paintings, sculptures, prints and photographs without burning a hole in your wallet. Artworks are all priced between SG $100 to SG $10,000 with 75% of the art displayed under SG $7,500 and the clear labeling of all artwork ensures you know what you can afford!

Throughout the event, there will be free talks by leading art experts from Art Equity, printmaking demonstrations by printmaster Marisa Keller, a relaxed restaurant and café run by the Argentum Group, as well as professional and free children workshops at the Children's Art Studio run by Art Boot Camp. You can also discover the brightest young new talent at our Young Talent's area.

Affordable Art Fair was founded in 1999 by William Ramsay to offer anyone the opportunity to buy contemporary art and prove that you don’t need to be a millionaire with a Doctorate in Fine Art to be a collector. Launched in London 13 years ago, the Affordable Art Fair is now in cities all over the world, including London, New York, Seattle, Mexico City, Amsterdam, Milan, Hamburg and Stockholm. Singapore played host to the first Asian edition in 2010.