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Top-News  |  16. October 2019

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Plakat 2019, Affordable Art Fair

Galeria Miquel Alzueta Palau de Casavells, Andrea Torres Balaguer, 2019, Mixed media, 103x91cm, 6500€

Kunstbetrachtung 1, credits: Nicolas Doering

Galerie Holzhauer Hamburg, Swen Kählert, o.T., aus der Serie "Vom Wachstum der Farbe", 2018, 30 x 30 x 12 cm (mit Acrylbox), Acryl auf Holz, 1.400,00 EUR

Galerie Corona Unger, Dieter Mammel, Am Morgen, Tusche auf Leinwand, 80 x 110 cm, 5000 € und Thomas Röthel, Drehung, Stahl, Höhe 50 cm, 3900 €

Affordable Art Fair Hamburg from 14 to 17 November 2019

15 July 2019 - In 1999, the art world was dominated by expert fairs, traditional auction houses and white cube galleries. Whoever wanted to buy art had to get involved with this elitist world and its rules. At the same time, British artist Will Ramsay saw his acquaintances looking for art to furnish their homes, but unable to find their way around the current art market. The idea of the Affordable Art Fair was born and premiered in London's Battersea Park. Ramsays' concept: to offer a large selection of international galleries and artists as well as to show newcomers that art is fun and inspiring. Since then, the Affordable Art Fair has made a worldwide career.  It is now represented in 10 countries and 13 cities, with Melbourne being added in 2019, the anniversary year. Over the past 20 years, 2.5 million visitors have visited the fairs and bought art for 411 million euros.

The eighth edition of the Affordable Art Fair is taking place in Hamburg this year. Oliver Lähndorf, exhibition director in Hamburg from the very beginning, wants to combine the democratization of art and a low-threshold approach with high quality standards. "Good art for everyone" is therefore the motto of this year's Affordable Art Fair in Hall A3 of the Hamburg Fair. From 14 to 17 November 2019, 80 galleries will be showing works by well-known greats and newcomer artists at prices ranging from 100 to 7,500 euros.

Art for All - Programme for All

The supporting programme of the Affordable Art Fair is just as varied as the fair itself: a Collectors Talk with art dealer Thole Rotermund on the topic "Collection or Collection - how do I start an art collection?", workshops, free guided tours and childcare are all included. At the Late View on Thursday until 10 p.m. you can enjoy the art with drinks and DJ music.  Bars and food stands provide drinks and food for the guests during the whole period.

 

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