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Whether you are a discerning art collector or just seeking something that catches your eye, The Affordable Art Fair (AAF) has a work of art to brighten up your home. With emerging artists, well-established artists and price points ranging from $100 to $10,000 you can see how this art fair draws in all types. The Private Preview will give you the opportunity to choose from the works of art available for sale before the public gets their eyes on them.
Where: 7 W 34th St., New York
When: Thursday May 6 – Sunday May 9, 2010
Private Preview: Wednesday May 5, 2010
Admission: $20 – General Admission. $15 Student/Senior, $10 Group Rate.
Check out The Affordable Art Fair website for fair hours and fair details!