Wednesday, September 9, 6pm – 9pm
Thursday, September 10 – Saturday, September 12, 11am – 8 pm
Sunday, September 13, 11am – 5pm
This year will be the 20th Affordable Art Fair in New York City from September 9th to the 13th. the AAF’s mission is to democratize art, believing that art should be for everyone. The concept is simple, yet unique: an inspiring and friendly atmosphere where you can find thousands of original paintings, prints, sculptures and photographs, all under one roof, ranging from $100-$10,000, with more than half priced under $5,000.
72 local, national, and international galleries are offering original artwork from more than 1,000 artists this year. 17% of the galleries are national, 58% are international, and 25% are from New York City with 17 galleries represented. AAF NYC has up to 19,000 visitors with a broad range of interests and knowledge of the art industry, from seasoned collectors to first-time art buyers.
West Branch Gallery is proud to be one of the galleries, bringing nearly 100 works of art by 11 of their artists. The art they are offering is in many different mediums; oil, ink and acrylic, pastel, mixed media, watercolor, and encaustic paintings, as well as glass, painted wood, and bronze sculptures. The artists represented this year are: Christopher Curtis, Kira Curtis, Clark Derbes, Lois Eby, Barbara Fisher, Margit Fureder, Giovanna Cecchetti, Krista Harris, Julia Jensen, Val Rossman, and Paul Schwieder.
The Affordable Art Fair is not only in New York City each year. You can also tour the many art offerings in Amsterdam, Bristol, Brussels, Milan, London, Singapore, Hamburg, Mexico City, Toronto, Stockholm, Hong Kong and Maastricht. Globally, since its inception, 1.4 million people have visited an Affordable Art Fair and purchased over $339 million worth of art. That’s a lot of affordable art!
To receive special discounted General Admission tickets to the fair, click here.
West Branch Gallery will be at Booth 1.15
September 9 – 13, 2015
The Metropolitan Pavilion
125 W. 18th St. (Between 6th and 7th Avenue)
New York City