Three works, Darwin's Children 1-3, featured at the Hong Kong Art Fair. A three-day event hosting a wealth of galleries and a huge array of contemporary art, Hong Kong’s first Affordable Art Fair took place between the 15 – 17 March in the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.
The Affordable Art Fairs have become something of a global phenomenon. Upon the success of the initial British and American fairs, they now takes place in Amsterdam, Bristol, Brussels, New York, Milan, Singapore, Hamburg, Mexico City, Rome, Seattle, Singapore and Hong Kong. Globally, over 1 million people have visited an Affordable Art Fair, buying over US $250 million of art.
Featuring thousands of original paintings, prints, sculpture and photography all under one roof, and all between HK $1,000 and HK $100,000, with 75% priced below HK $75,000. The work of young, emerging artists hangs alongside some of the biggest household names.