Here’s the oppoutunity to start your art collection and take advantage of purchasing art at the New York Affordable Art Fair: April 2-6, 2014 at the Metropolitan Pavilion New York Fair. Metroploitan Pavillion is in the heart of Chelsea at 125 W. 18th street.
Not everyone that has a desire and taste for art can necessarily affort to start collecting. However, the Affordable Art Fair is making that possible.
The Affordable Art Fair started back in 1999 by Will Ramsay in southwest London to the public’s s increasing interest in contemporary art and London’s highbrow gallery scene. The gallery was able to offer works from about $100 up to $5,000 from a stable of over 150 artists. The response Will received from his Art Warehouse inspired him to take his approach to the next level, and three years later the Affordable Art Fair was born.
Today, Will’s Art Warehouse still stands and the Affordable Art Fair has become something of a global phenomenon. The Affordable Art Fair now takes place in cities including Amsterdam, Bristol, Brussels, New York, Milan, London, Singapore, Hamburg, Mexico City, Seattle, Stockholm, Hong Kong and Maastricht. Globally, over 1.4 million people have visited an Affordable Art Fair and purchased over $316 million worth of art.
Here are the works of art that we can look forward to when purchasing tickets here.
Below are artists works that we are looking forward to seeing. The art maybe afforadable today however turn into a great investment tomorrow. Affordable Art Fair has a great link to kick starting your art collection.
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