2-4-1 tickets to the Affordable Art Fair, LondonPosted on: 09 September 2010 by Mark O'haire
Simply present this page at the door and gain 2-4-1 entry to the Affordable Art Fair in London’s Battersea Park from 21-24 October 2010.
The Affordable Art Fair (AAF) is back this October in Battersea Park with a strong line up of artworks, activities and workshops, sure to provide its visitors with an affordable, cultural and fun-filled extravaganza.
Paintings, sculpture, photography and original prints galore by hot new stars and household names alike will be exhibited by 120 galleries at the four-day event. With such a collection on show and all work priced between £50 and £3,000, there’s a piece to suit everyone.
Firmly established as one of the leading and most popular art fairs in the UK, the relaxed and informal atmosphere of AAF never fails to draw in the crowds fair after fair. The proof is in the painting: to date the fair has welcomed 430,000 visitors in the UK (783,000 globally) who have also spent £73 million on art (£123 million globally).
The recession has seen consumers develop a more thoughtful way of spending. This ‘considered consumption’ has led to us valuing purchases with personal value and longevity – so whether it’s for emotional or financial investment, come down to the fair, follow your heart and chose a unique piece of art you can take home and treasure forever.
AAF’s successful formula of making art accessible to all has become a global phenomenon, with fairs now in New York, Amsterdam, Brussels, Sydney and Melbourne with two new editions coming soon – AAF Singapore will be launching in November 2010 and AAF Milan in February 2011.
Information: 020 8246 4848
Tickets: 0870 777 2255
By public transport:
- Train from Victoria train station to Battersea Park or Waterloo to Queenstown Road.
- Bus no 44, 137, 156, 344, 452.
- Free shuttle bus from Sloane Square every 15 minutes.
- Limited free parking next to the marquee (via Chelsea Bridge entrance only), along with pay and display parking available in Battersea Park and surrounding street.
Ticket prices from £8 - £15 per person with children under 16 going for free.
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