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By Shimron Singh | March 10th, 2023

Affordable Art Fair (AAF) is celebrating its 10th anniversary at the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre from 18 to 21 May 2023. This is an unmissable edition celebrating the return of international galleries from 15 countries, as well as showcasing talented emerging local artists from Hong Kong!

Expect to see a wide range of artists from Young Talent Hong Kong, curated by HKwalls which highlights young and emerging local talented artists to Special Projects that’s bringing in large-scale installations and art performances. Because there’s so much going on, we just had to curate an Affordable Art Fair guide to help you see what’s on this year!

Highlighted Galleries

Step Creation Gallery

HUMAN by Hom Nguyen
Dark Vador by Alben Factory
Harmony by Maruhashi Satoshi

Art is an expression of the soul. Step Creation Gallery is here to document and advocate for those artists that seek cultural revolution by bettering our streets with their design.

Wasuka Art

Ying & Yang by Lidia Cao
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涂画故事 by Chenglong Piao

Wasuka Art is a visual artist management agency that helps artists develop their careers and promote their work globally. Wasuka stands with artists through thick and thin because they understand how incredibly difficult it is to start a career in the arts, whereas sustaining ones isn’t a cakewalk either.


Dog Fight by Hokuto
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Mateusz Kolek

ZtoryTeller is a gallery of stories and a creative studio based in Hong Kong. They connect artists and writers all over the world to let stories be collectible art. They heal souls with art and stories.

Current & Upcoming Talents

Gretchen So | Capturing the Ever-changing Cityscape of Hong Kong

Gretchen So
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Nights in Suspense Series

So is a Hong Kong-based art photographer and educator. Her art photography has earned her a tremendous amount of awards, such as the Nairn Scholarship, the Lila Acheson Wallace Scholarship from Reader’s Digest, and the Yale Full Tuition Waiver. Her photographic work on the fast-growing and ever-changing cityscape of Hong Kong has been awarded numerous publication and exhibition grants from the Hong Kong Arts Development Council. She was a finalist for the “Asian Art Prize” in 2008, 2011, and 2013.

Lingmuki | Reimagines the Possibilities of Traditional Chinese Landscape Painting

Beach & Island by Lingmuki

Born in Nanjing, China, Lingmuki moved to Hong Kong at the age of 18 to develop her artistic talents. Lingmuki is experienced in using different mediums including oil painting, Chinese painting, watercolor drawing, digital drawing, etc. Her works have been featured in various publications & galleries around the world, to point that she has been so popular with commissioned artwork.

Andre Tan | World of Pop

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Chinese Bride #42

Andre Tan’s work is very reminiscent of Pop Art and how we can reproduce images from pop culture. His commercial style explores popular icons and cultural motifs under a bright, porcelain style, in a smorgasbord of patterning, layering, and unlikely juxtapositions. We can definitely see why Andre is an upcoming artist that we need to watch out for.

Kin | Indulge in an Adventure of Whimsy

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Supersurreal And The Invisible Heroes 5
Supersurreal And The Invisible Heroes 3

Kin’s an artist whose work speaks volumes about his personality. He invites us into his world of whimsical characters and landscapes that defy the laws of physics. His surreal and playful style is infectious yet somewhat reminiscent of coziness and soothing. It is comparable to Studio Ghibli animations, from the feeling to the colors.

Our Affordable Art Fair guide is the perfect pocket guide to help you navigate through the vivacious event.

Get your early access tickets here.

When? 18 – 21 May 2023

Where? Hall 1E, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, 1 Expo Drive, Wan Chai