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More than 13,000 people are expected to visit the Affordable Art Fair when the four-day celebration of art returns to Sydney from June 13 to 16,.

As it marks its 25th year in 2024, the Affordable Art Fair continues to be a global phenomenon.

The third Sydney instalment will feature more than 50 independent  Australian galleries, each offering a diverse range of original works for sale. 

With prices ranging from $100 to $10,000, there's something to suit every budget and taste.  

Under the guidance of Sydney Fair Director Stephanie Kelly-Gordine, the Affordable Art Fair has seen remarkable growth.

From its modest beginnings in 2022 with 35 galleries over one level of the Royal Randwick Racecourse’s Winx Pavilion, it has now expanded to over 50 galleries under one roof. 

“This year, we are expecting 13,000 visitors to explore more than 50 galleries under one roof and engage with a packed program of live art activations, artist talks, children’s activities,  special events and more," she said.


Among the 50-plus participating galleries are long-standing Darlinghurst establishment Robin Gibson Gallery; Sydney’s hub of affordable and original abstract pieces, SIBU Gallery; the Blue Mountains representative of acclaimed contemporary Australian artists, Sarah Birtles Art + Advice; the Gallery  Alchemy on the south coast; and the Darling Downs’ home of contemporary art, The Toowoomba Gallery. 

In addition to exploring thousands of artworks, visitors are granted a glimpse into the artistic process with several artists creating work live throughout the Fair. 

Ben Tankard will relocate his studio from the Blue Mountains to the Pavilion and create a large-scale Monopoly board – complete with houses and hotels – in his signature nostalgic and humorous style. 

West Australian artist Nell SymondsAffordable Art Fair Sydney’s 2024 Campaign Artist—will also work from a pop-up gallery space and live-paint a series of her bold and commanding fruit still-life pieces.  



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