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Two-for-one tickets to the Affordable Art Fair for Square Meal readers

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affordable art fair 2012 - Affordable_art_fair_James_Freeman_Koh_SAng_Woo_Carrera2_(3).jpgAspiring art collectors, mark up your diaries now, for the Affordable Art Fair (AAF) is coming to town againand Square Meal readers can get two-for-one tickets.

The AAF aims to make art accessible to all, and with pieces ranging in value from £40 to £4,000, there are plenty of options for everyone.

Original paintings, print, sculpture and photography will all be on display and available to buy, while those looking for a more immersive experience can head to one of the activities, lectures or tours.

Starting as a fair in a south-west-London warehouse in 1996, the AAF has swiftly grown in popularity and now holds events across the world – from Paris to New York and Singapore.

Those looking for more design-led art should head to Pick Me Up, which starts four days later. The UK’s first annual graphic art fair has artwork available to buy from £10, as well as their own full programme of talks and activities, including a model-making workshop with Wallace and Gromit creator Aardman.

This is, as Wallace would say, cracking stuff.

affordable art fair 2012 - Affordable_art_fair_Rostra_Richard_Lannowe_Hall_Feb.11.12.11.big_sky_white_rock60.60.jpgaffordable art fair 2012 - Affordable_art_fair_Rostra_Richard_Lannowe_Hall_Feb.11.12.11.big_sky_white_rock60.60.jpgThe Affordable Art Fair is at Battersea Evolution from 15-18 March, and Brunel’s Old Station in Bristol from 18-20 May. Visit the Affordable Art Fair website for more information. Square Meal Readers can get two-for-one entry upon presentation of this page at the door (the full ticket price is £12-£15).

Pick Me Up is at Somerset House on the 22 March-1 April. Find out more on the Pick Me Up website.

This story was written in March 2012.

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