With more than two decades of providing stunning original artworks of all shapes and sizes to thousands of visitors every year, Affordable Art Fair is the go-to place for experienced collectors and first-time art buyers alike. Visit us in Battersea Park this Spring, 12 - 15 March, to browse 1,000s of contemporary artworks priced between £50 and £6,000, bringing together over 100 galleries from all over the globe.
Delve into a diverse, curated collection of contemporary art and trust our gallerists to provide unparalleled expertise. Be inspired to start or grow your own collection as you discover the joy of collecting art.
PLAN YOUR VISIT
|Wednesday 11 March 2020
Charity Private View
|17.30 - 21.30|
|Thursday 12 March 2020|
|11.00 - 17.30
17.30 - 21.00
|Friday 13 March 2020||11.00 - 19.00|
|Saturday 14 March 2020||11.00 - 18.00|
|Sunday 15 March 2020||11.00 - 18.00|
Affordable Art Fair is taking measures to provide a safe environment for all our visitors, exhibitors and staff. Anti-bacterial handwash will be available throughout the fair, including at the Ticket Desk, entrance, bars and café area. There will be additional on-site cleaning services throughout the day. We recommend common sense precautionary measures — catching sneezes with a tissue, washing hands regularly and limiting the shaking of hands.
Once again, the health and safety of our exhibitors, visitors and staff is our top priority. We expect you feel the same way and ask anyone displaying the symptoms (cough, high fever, shortness of breath) to refrain from travelling and attending the fair.
London SW11 4NJ (sat nav: SW8 4NW)
If you are using an app to find the fair, be sure to type in Battersea Evolution rather than Affordable Art Fair.
The closest tube station is Sloane Square. From there our complimentary shuttle buses leave Sloane Square approximately every 15 minutes. Exit Sloane Square tube, turn left and the AAF shuttle bus stop is on Sloane Gardens. There will be a pink AAF flag marking the stop.
The shuttle bus will be running throughout the fair, including the Private View and Late View. Buses will begin to leave Sloane Square half an hour before the opening time and will run until around half an hour after the fair closes.
Bus numbers 44, 137, 156, 344 and 452 stop on the east side of Battersea Park.
Bus numbers 49, 319 and 345 stop on the west or south side of the park (approximately a 15 minute walk to the fair).
From Victoria or Clapham Junction to Battersea Park station, and from Waterloo or Richmond to Queenstown Road station.
From Battersea Park station, the Affordable Art Fair is about a 10 minute walk through the park, and from Queenstown Road station it is approximately 15 minutes.
Look out for yellow AA signs to the fair. There is limited free parking as well as disabled parking available adjacent to the marquee, which can be accessed via Chelsea Bridge Gate. There are also four Pay & Display carparks within Battersea Park.
Sat nav postcode is SW8 4NW.
Cycle parking is available near the marquee, though bicycles are left at your own risk.
Discover what’s on at our Battersea Spring fair
Our Spring edition featured a jam-packed programme of workshops, talks and tours. Look back on our 2020 features and programming below.
Read: Meet three new galleries
We've interviewed three of the fresh new galleries exhibiting at Battersea Spring to get to know a bit more about what they'll be bringing to the line up of over 100 national and international galleries.
Be among the first to experience our artistic medium focus entitled Access. Running alongside the Fair’s existing line-up of galleries, Access will explore the diverse world of prints and multiples.
Yes, Affordable Art Fair Battersea is fully accessible for people with reduced mobility.
Yes, we offer complimentary access to the fair for all carers. Those in need of assistance can purchase concessionary tickets on the door upon arrival at the fair.
Yes, we are happy for well-behaved dogs on leads to come along and enjoy the artwork!
Yes, we offer a free on-site wrapping service for all your purchased artworks.
Yes, we have two Benugo cafes providing food, drinks and snacks in the marquee.
Yes, we have have a cloakroom on-site for oversized objects, though kindly request that visitors do not bring luggage, such as suitcases, to the fair. The charge is £1 per item, though buggies can be stored for free.
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