Affordable Art Fair Stockholm

It is said that October in Stockholm is the perfect time for art collecting. Indeed, it is the time where Affordable Art Fair Stockholm takes place at Nacka Strandsmässan. As a matter of fact, the fair is not just an art market but a real creative event with a full program of activities including workshops, activities for the children, talks, and so on. Thus, if you’re in Stockholm, don’t miss the chance to start collecting affordable contemporary photographs, sculptures, paintings or prints from hundreds of established artists and rising-stars. All artworks are sold under S$15K, with 75% below S$7,500. Affordable fairs are held every year in various cities across the world. There is for instance Affordable Art Fair NYC, Affordable Art Fair Brussels or Affordable Art Fair Battersea.

In light of global health concerns regarding COVID-19, Affordable Art Fair Stockholm is postponed until 19 – 23 May 2021.

Affordable Art Fair Stockholm 2021


Nacka Strandmässan
Augustendalstorget 6
131 52 Nacka Strand

Opening hours

19-23 May 2021: TBA

Entrance Fee

Vernissage: 350 kr
Early Bird: 120 kr
Advanced Online: 150kr
Art Afer Work: 210 kr



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