Looking for anything fun to do this weekend? Well if you’re into art, you can come to Brussels to enjoy the annual Affordable Art Fair. When it comes to myself I’m an Art ‘eating’ maniac and so I always love to visit fairs and expositions, to discover (new) talents. However, there’s one thing I should probably tell you guys … although it’s called Affordable Art Fair, the prices let me down a bit. Sure the values are quite affordable when it comes to comparing the works you get for it, but if you’re really want to buy a small priced item, then the fair will possibly let you down a bit. Nevertheless, it’s still a fantastic way to spend the weekend, while it’s like entering a museum of modern art. Only now you have the opportunity to buy the actual work for prices ranging between €50 en €5000.
One of my favourite affordable photos by Little Shao, - Dancing with the deads - .
Mixed technique with styrofoam, called - Venus Angels - by Celine Mackay.
Is it a Panda or are those little gummy bears? Work by Stephane Gautier.
- Falling - by Daan Oude-Elferink is so simple yet so powerfull.
Veerle Frissen's work was selected to be a part of the Renault Young Talents Selection.
Some of the most exciting works I've seen by John Kenny.
How's this for a fashionable skull!?
Piece out of the - My lovely bone collection - by Laurence Le Constant.