AAF – Affordable Art Fair, Battersea, London
24-27 October 2013
With everything for sale between £40 and £4,000, and a fresh and friendly approach to contemporary art, a day out at the fair is the easiest and most enjoyable way to view and buy art from more than 100 galleries under one roof.
Paintings, original artist-made prints, sculpture and photography are all on show, and whether you are looking for artwork that is traditional or contemporary, humorous or edgy, by a famous name or an undiscovered talent, there really is something for everyone!
From Victoria or Clapham Junction to Battersea Park station, and from Waterloo or Richmond to Queenstown Road station.
From Battersea Park station, the Affordable Art Fair is about a 10 minute walk through the park, and from Queenstown Road station it is approximately 15 minutes.
Cycle parking is available near the marquee.
Look out for yellow AA signs to the fair. There is limited free parking adjacent to the marquee, which are accessed via Chelsea Bridge, and four Pay & Display carparks within Battersea Park.
How to find us
If you are coming to the fair on Wednesday, Thursday or Friday, the closest tube station is Sloane Square. From there our complimentary shuttle buses leave Sloane Square approximately every 15 minutes. Exit Sloane Square tube, turn right and the AAF shuttle bus stop is on Cliveden Place (NE corner of Sloane Square).
Weekend tube travel update:
Both the Circle and District lines are closed this weekend. However, we will still be running our complimentary shuttles from Sloane Square to the marquee. It may be easiest to take the Piccadilly line to Knightsbridge, from where you can hop on a bus (137, 452) from Sloane Street – near Harvey Nichols- which will take you south to Chelsea Bridge, which is only a stroll through the park to the fair.
Bus numbers 44, 137, 156, 344 and 452 stop on the east side of Battersea Park.
Bus numbers 49, 319 and 345 stop on the west or south side of the park (approximately a 15 minute walk to the fair).