The Affordable Art Fair (AAF) returns to Nacka Strandsmässan, Stockholm, from 14th to 17th October 2021, with works on sale from 40 local and international galleries.
If that’s a little too far to travel in the current climate, why not head to Battersea Park, London, from 20th-24th October?
The Battersea edition of the fair launches with a private view on Wednesday 20th October. Though there will be few galleries and timed visitor slots this year to allow for social distancing, there will be more than 100 galleries displaying fantastic artworks. These include the marvellous Eleven and a Half, who will be showing works by Cornish artists Michael Praed, Iona Sanders, Ben Catt, John Piper, and, for the first time, landscape artist Jill Eisele.
Other hotly anticipated highlights are the Recent Graduates showcase, curated by designer and artist Pascal Anson – a chance to buy innovative work before artists hit the big time. You’ll also find a new immersive installation, Fluid Form.
From 27th to 31st of October you can catch the AAF at de Kromhouthal, Amsterdam.
For me the best part of any Affordable Art Fair is simply the opportunity to traverse corridors of exceptional art and letting it set my imagination alight.