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Features and programming at the Affordable Art Fair Hamburg 2017

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Enjoy browsing art until late, with music provided by Levente during our Late View and Aftershow at Moiré.

Late View
Thursday 16 November, 6pm – 10pm

Aftershow at Moiré, Karolinenstraße 45
Thursday 16 November, 10pm - late


Every day you can join free screen printing workshops run by the artists collective 'We Are Visual'. Get creative and print your own designs onto t-shirts and bags, turning them into your very own masterpieces! Jute bags will be provided at the fair, but if you'd rather print on t-shirts or other textiles, just bring your chosen material along with you.

Thursday 16 - Sunday 19 November, 2pm & 4pm

*Registration one hour earlier directly at the Workshop counter.


Every day we will run free fair tours, which are a great introduction to the Affordable Art Fair and suitable for collectors and newbies alike. You don't need to register for a place, just turn up at the info desk at your preferred time.

Thursday 16 - Sunday 19 November, 3 & 5 pm

*Meeting point at infocounter.


You want to get to know more about art and artists? Join one of our curator-led guided tours for a little bit of expert advice.

'Emerging Artists 2017' with curator Isabel Deimel
Friday 17 November, 4pm

'Art Under 500 €' with Fair Director Oliver Lähndorf
Friday 17 November, 5pm

*Meeting point at Infocounter.
**Tickets can be purchased via Ticketmaster and cost 20 € incl. entry fee. Click here to buy tickets »


Does the art market shape the aesthetics of contemporary art?

The influence of today's art market on art production seems ubiquitous. And yet the trade in art is a form of social debate with it and thus an essential condition of its existence. The Bucerius Art Forum is currently showing the exhibition "The Birth of the Art Market. Rembrandt, Ruisdael, van Goyen and the artists of the Golden Age", whose director Franz Wilhelm Kaiser conceived as a historical analogy to today's art market. Since the "Golden Age" of the Netherlands in the 17th century, the art market has had a great influence on techniques, representations and themes of art. How does this influence the art production today?

On Saturday Prof. Dr. Franz Wilhelm Kaiser (Director of the Bucerius Kunst Forum) and Sebastian Preuss (Vice editor-in-chief of WELTKUNST) will talk with Dr. Anna Schwan about this exhibition and the functioning of today's art market as well as about what we can learn from history.

Saturday 18 November, 3pm

*The Art Talk will take place at the Bar.

With the kind support of:



We are celebrating the sixth anniversary of the Emerging Artists exhibition, which is a essential component of the Affordable Art Fair Hamburg. This year’s exhibition 'It's A Trap' shows three young outstanding artists from the University of Fine Arts Hamburg, which have the chance to show their works a wide audience. The Emerging Artists from 2017 are Suse Itzel, Lorenz Goldstein and Daniel Vier. Additional to the show, a catalogue got printed by the Seltmann+Söhne publishing house with texts by Anne Simone Krüger, Natahlie Krafft und Goerg Juranek. The limited catalogue can be purached directly at the exhibitot or at the info point at the fair.

The exhibition is curated by Isabel Deimel and sponsored by:

Kunststiftung Christa und Nikolaus Schües

*The exhibition is located right next to Stand H9.

MINI are sponsoring our new Collectors' Club in Hamburg


We were delighted to announce the launch of the Collectors' Club by MINI at the 5th edition of the Affordable Art Fair Hamburg. In our efforts to continue to inspire budding and experienced collectors alike, we are offering those who purchase work at this year's fair, and who have bought art at our previous editions as well, free membership into our Collectors' Club.

The Collectors' Club by MINI will offer those who want to know more about contemporary art the opportunity to see artists at work in their studios on exclusive tours, the chance to visit exhibitions and hear specially organised curator talks, as well as the chance participate workshops and events in unusual and interesting locations, and much, much more! MINI are sponsoring our new Collectors' Club in Hamburg

Thursday 16 - Sunday 19 November, all day

*Registration at Collectors' Club counter next to the entrance.


We also provide a free crèche for children between 2-10 years old. Spaces are available on a first-come, first-served basis and no pre-booking is necessary.

Saturday 18 November, 11am - 8pm
Sunday 19 November, 11am - 6pm


Viva con Agua

We believe in the good cause and are excited about having Millerntor Gallery as our Sponsor Partner for the fourth time. In its role as a social business the Millerntor Gallery supports the work and water projects of Viva con Agua de Sankt Pauli e.V.

Every year, the Millerntor Stadium turns into an open platform for dialogue and exchange on a local, international and intercultural level. Artworks of various genres as well as a diverse musical, cultural and educational program reflect the different ways in which everyone can positively change the world. Musicians and cultural activists donate their pay for clean water and by that, make the festival a social event. Loyal to the urban motto, Millerntor Gallery designs a bar together with Absolut Vodka at the Affordable Art Fair - Cheers!


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