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Affordable Art Fair

Affordable Art Fair
Affordable Art Fair
Getting closer to art to know it, touch it, buy it and play with it
Galleri-InterArt, Lars Tunebo,King in Bed, mixed-media, 2015
Affordable Art Fair
Affordable Art Fair | Getting closer to art to know it, touch it, buy it and play with it

Affordable Art Fair aims to bring art to everyone. The intention is to demonstrate that the world of creativity is not something abstruse, to be consumed among incomprehensible discourses and hazy studies. This event devoted to art is in reality a place where everyone can feel at ease: those who love and know art, collectors, but also those who want to sate their curiosity and desire to experiment.

Creating a part of the verb to play
The panorama offered is decidedly wide. In fact as many as 80 international galleries will be present and you'll be able to discover new talents. But also play. In fact, among the activities available in this edition are painting workshops to try out the techniques of contemporary art personally, guided by experts from the sector, from colours to canvasses and all the tools of the trade.

Getting to know the young
To get to know the creatives better who will be enlivening the YOUNG Section, every day at 6.00pm you'll be able to attend Young Talents goes live with Warsteiner, an appointment where the artists will perform live. And that's not all: armed with gardening spades you'll be able to cultivate the Third Paradise of Michelangelo Pistoletto on the Superstudio Più roof. The maestro's work will be taken apart, clump after clump, turning over the earth and actively involving the public who will be able to take part in the operation during daily guided visits. Then visitors will have the exclusive opportunity to take home a fragment of this work of art: a handful of soil to launch a new cycle of cultivation on their terrace, multiplying and actualizing the input of the original work. Art becomes collective and enters every home.

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Pisacane Arte, YuX, WANTED THE FAB FOUR, mista su tela, 2015, 100x100 cm