Who says art has to only be for the elite? The Love Art Fair has created an accessible and affordable platform for everyone to enjoy high quality art. From first time buyers, to seasoned collectors, anyone can go home with an original painting, print, sculpture or photograph with pieces ranging fro $100 to $10,000 with more than half of the products under $5,000. First launched in 1999 by Will Ramsey, the Affordable Art Fair in London transformed the way the public approached art to help encourage the public to explore the world of accessible art.
A Gallery “Dreaming Box” by Eunah Cho
This year, the Love Art Fair will showcase work from over 50 local, national and international galleries for a three day event hosting an array of original contemporary art and unique programming including a wide variety workshops, talks, panel discussions, cocktails, kids’ activities and other points of interest. With a large selection of art to fall in love with, local galleries will also include Mayberry Fine Art, Roberts Gallery and Abbozzo Gallery.
BADA “Ecoulement” by Charbonneau
Is this your first time visiting the fair? We’ve got a few pointers for you! Always remember to slow down and enjoy all of the beautiful art around you. Looking for something in particular? Always keep in mind the space, size and colour scheme of the room that you’re looking for the perfect piece of art. Grab a guide so you know where the galleries you are looking for are and don’t be afraid to ask the galleries questions. They’re here to help! Remember to also always trust your instincts when it comes to picking the perfect work of art for you home. And always remember, to have fun! It’s a fair after all.
Canadian Art Collective “Winter’s Touch” by David Lidbetter
This year, the Love Art Fair is bringing our readers the exclusive opportunity to get you very own VIP ticket! Just use the code ILOVEART or click here to get your tickets to the event!
BADA “La memoire des choses” by Olivier
Heritage Court, Direct Energy Centre, off Nunavut Road at Exhibition Place, Toronto
Thursday, April 16 7pm – 10pm (Private View)
Friday, April 17 12pm – 5pm; Free
Friday 5pm – 7pm; Art After Dark 7pm – 10pm
Saturday, April 18 11am – 7pm
Sunday, April 19 11am – 6 pm
General Admission: $12/day
Children Under 16: Free
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