Affordable Art Fair Hong Kong 2023
The Affordable Art Fair Hong Kong celebrates artists and galleries worldwide, offering innovative experiences. Join them for their 10th milestone fair, featuring inspiring artworks, interactive workshops, engaging tours, and exciting evening events. It’s the perfect day out to enjoy!
Here are a few galleries that you can visit during the fair but there are plenty more so don’t forget to go and take a look at the full list here.
- 13A NEW STREET ART GALLERY
- A GALLERY
- A LITTLE SOMETHING
- AI GALLERY
- HKI GALLERY
- STEP CREATION GALLERY
- TOUCH GALLERY
- TUNG GALLERY
- HONG KONG ARTS COLLECTIVE
FAIR DIRECTOR’S PICKS
Here are a few of the fair director’s picks. There are many more, so be sure to view them here.
Loktung Wong – HKI Gallery
You can find simplicity in the chaos in Loktung’s work; the freckled moulds in a wall, the subtle curling of a leaf, there is so much distortion and brokenness, but at the same time grace, stillness, and raw emotions, forming the basis of Wong’s creation.
Through only using an ink pen and her fingers, Wong encourages her audience to discover unspoken emotions, reach out to those who feels disconnected, find beauty in hidden textures, and re-engage with the endless possibilities of nature.
Nicolas Dubreuille – Envie d’Art Gallery
Nicolas Dubreuille, having discovered the use of clay in New-Caledonia, delves into a creative exploration of this medium in his artwork. His abstract pieces draw upon a multitude of artistic influences, including minimalism, pop art and free figuration, and are characterised by their skilful blending of abstraction and figuration, concept and expression.
Young Ho Seock – Gallery With
As a painter, Young Ho Seock uses colours to produce his own form of light, and in producing light, he provides viewers with a sense of form. Through inventing and re-arranging the surface, applying and re-applying layers of colour, Seock’s painting comes alive, embedding light into the surface that provides an aura of illumination. I love how Seock is less interested in creating illusion, than in giving viewers the actual feeling of the earth through the sensation of light and touch.
GENERAL OPENING TIMES
VIP Preview (by invitation only)
Thursday 18 May, 1pm – 4pm
Thursday 18 May, 4pm – 9pm
Public Opening Hours
Friday 19 May, 11am – 8pm
Saturday 20 May, 10am – 7pm
Sunday 21 May, 10am – 7pm
Saturday 20 May, 10am – 12pm
Sunday 21 May, 10am – 12pm
Doors will close 15 minutes before the closing time.