In the name of ‘accessible art’, the bi-annual Affordable Art Fair (AAF) will be back in Singapore for the Autumn edition today, at the F1 Pit Building.

From 18 – 20 November 2016, visitors ranging from seasoned collectors to new art buyers will be able to immerse themselves in the creativity and talent of more than 600 artists – a diverse range which comprises of 34% from Singapore, 70% from Asia, and 30% from the rest of the world, such as UK, Australia, France, Turkey and Slovakia. 

Truly a game changer and a fair unlike any other, the huge array of contemporary art includes thousands of original paintings, prints, sculpture, assemblage and photography all under one room, with prices from S$100 to S$15,000, and 75% of the works at below S$7,500.

“You don’t need to be an art expert or a millionaire to enjoy and buy art”

– Will Ramsay, Founder and CEO of Affordable Art Fair


Whether you’re a classic modern art kind of person, or someone who relish in cutting edge imagery, or simply a lover of abstract or figurative art styles, you would definitely be able to find something that suits your personal taste at this edition of the Affordable Art Fair.


Check out our top picks from the VIP Preview of the AAF on 17 November 2016 (above).


The Affordable Art Fair 2016 Singapore runs from 18 – 20 November 2016 
For more information on opening hours, visit
Door prices start from S$18, with concession at S$10 and free entry for children under 16
F1 Pit Building, 1 Republic Blvd, Singapore 038975
#ArtHappy #AAF
Posted by:Jessica Ye

Founder & Editor-in-Chief of Couture Troopers, former editor of Designaré Magazine, and a first class honours graduate of Goldsmiths University of London's BA(Hons) Fashion Media & Industries Degree. She is a true-blooded leo who thinks that over-commercialism kills art.

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