Affordable Art Fair Brussels
Affordable Art Fair is an international contemporary art fair devoted to make art accessible to everyone. It is now an unmissable event all over the world. In Brussels, the fair was launched in 2008 and takes place during the month of March at Tour and Taxis, an old industrial site in the Belgium capital. Affordable Art Fair Brussels displays local, national and international galleries with 1.000s of contemporary artworks. A unique fair where prices start at €75 and where emerging artists are promoted with the special “Young Belgian Talents” exhibition space. The Ramsay Group holds many Affordable fairs all over the globe as Affordable Art Fair Melbourne, Affordable Art Fair Battersea, Affordable Art Fair NY of Affordable Art Fair Milan.
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Affordable Art Fair Brussels 2020
20-22 March 2020: TBA
General Admission: TBA
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What is Affordable Art Fair Brussels DNA?
We propose a broad range of activities for all ages. Young and old will be able to explore their creativity and discover less known artistic techniques during our workshops. We also invite each year an artist who is in charge of the artistic installation at the entrance of the fair. The visitor has also the possibility to discover the artists of tomorrow in our young talents section.
What type of galleries are chosen to exhibit, and why?
We welcome every year approx. 95 national and international galleries, which have been carefully selected. They showcase artworks by contemporary artists of all kinds – photographers, painters, drawers, sculptors, collagists, etc. – that you can buy, wrap and bring home!
What is the price range? Who buy?
AAF is the leading show case for contemporary art under €7,500.
“We showcase artworks by contemporary artists of all kinds that you can buy, wrap and bring home! “
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Is there a typical Affordable Art Fair Brussels visitor?
No, not in particular. We have loyal visitors with 77% coming back every year. I would say they are aged between 35 and 64, fun, vibrant, cool and stylish, culturally engaged and active. We have a mix between first time buyers, occasional buyers and collectors.
What are two other art fairs you would suggest?
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