The Affordable Art Fair welcomes some 12,000 visitors annually and will experience its 17th edition from Wednesday, 1 to Sunday, 5 November 2023. The location is once again The Kromhout Hall in Amsterdam. More than 70 prestigious Dutch and international galleries will show work by emerging and established living artists. A new addition is the Urban Art & Beyond section, in which five galleries are participating.

The halls of the hall will be lined with hundreds of engaging artworks that will be telling their painter’s stories. Emurse yourself in these artworks’ different cultures and identities and become a lover of international and national art. Artisans from all over the world bring together an incredible collection of different skills. Showcasing paintings, sculptures and much more. Setting this art fair apart from the others is that, besides admiration, the art is reasonably priced. Besides being an onlooker of the art, you can become an owner without spending too much money. 

Dutch and international galleries
More than half of this year’s exhibitors are Dutch galleries. To name just a few: Rademakers Gallery, Wanrooij Gallery, Homecoming Gallery and Post Modern Collection from Amsterdam, Vroom & Varossieau from Zaandam, Gallery Untitled and Nieuw Charlois from Rotterdam, Chiefs & Spirits from The Hague and Warnars & Warnars Art Dealers from Haarlem/Naarden. The fair also welcomes a wide selection of international galleries. Participants come from 12 different countries including Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Australia and Japan.

The offerings of this seventeenth edition include thousands of contemporary works of remarkable quality at affordable prices. The carefully curated selection ranges from paintings, prints and photographs to textile and ceramic works. For instance, there are textile works by queer activist Yamuna Forzani (Rademakers Gallery), ceramic sculptures by Roosje Van Donselaar (Post Modern Collection) and Michela Castagnaro (Gallery Untitled), photographs by Jenny Boot (De Kunstsalon) and Nanda Hagenaars (Mick Agence), the colourful paintings of Mexican artist Jordi Alós (Vroom & Varossieau) and much more.

Urban Art & Beyond
This year, a welcome event is introducing the Urban Art & Beyond section around the Art Bar. The five galleries shaping this section represent artists focusing on urban and street art. They include Frankey, Ceizer and Leon Keer (Wanrooij Gallery) from the Netherlands, Steve Locatelli, Oli-B and Piroeh One (ART-Gallery. be) from Belgium, PIMAX (Pop My Duke) and Onemizer (Galerie One) from France, Tellas from Italy and Mando Marie and Bisco Smith from the United States (STRAAT Gallery).
Tickets available online from 24 August and on sale during the fair

The Kromhout Hall
Gedempt Hamerkanaal 231

-Wednesday 1 November 17.00 – 22.00
-Thursday 2 November 12.00 – 21.30 hrs.
-Friday 3 November 12.00 – 21.30 hours
-Saturday 4 November 10.00 – 19.00 hours
-Sunday 5 November 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.