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Recap: Visit The Affordable Art Fair All Weekend Long In NYC

Got some extra $ this weekend? Check out the Affordable Art Fair all weekend long and view art work from all over the world. Mingle with everyone from interior designers to art directors to collectors to broke asses just like you. Saturday, March 28th from 11a-8p and Sunday March 29th from 11a-5p at the Metropolitan Pavilion, 125 W. 18th st.

 

Check out some candid snap shots we took below!

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Check out The Affordable Art Fair on social media.

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And follow us on #instagram for #instaclusive pics – @bastuartnyc

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Guests of AAF After Dark were served complimentary cocktails courtesy of Reyka Vodka.

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Artist Diane Flick from Ugallery.com displayed visually stunning works.

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Artist came from London, Tel Aviv, Brisbane and some place called Utah here in the United States. (This piece is available at the Bruce Lurie Gallery in Los Angeles, CA.)

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Artist in residence Piero Manrique created a live mural painting before our very eyes.

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Overheard at the Art Fair: “The artists are really nice… the wine makes it better.”

Got a few extra thousand bucks to splurge? Pieces range from 300$-4000$ if you’re looking to impress company in your over-priced Brooklyn pad (and attempt to live like an actual adult.) Pricey? Yes, but it’s certainly a cut above the art work you purchased in Times Square back in 2008.

Visit affordableartfair.com/newyork for more information.

(Snap shot credit: Freddie Cosmo)

 

 

 

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Freddie Cosmo is a recording artist from Philadelphia, PA. living in New York City by way of Miami. He spent all his money on undergrad music school and feels as though he owes all musicians (and the universe for that matter) the most accurate information on how to be broke without giving up on their dreams. He would like to shamelessly invite you to check out his music at www.soundcloud.com/freddie-cosmo.