Affordable Art Fair 2011

The Affordable Art Fair (AAF) NYC is an international event that happens in New York twice a year. It unites under one roof galleries from Europe, Asia and of America, offering original, contemporary art from $100-10,000. The Affordable Art Fair is for everyone, from the first time visitor to the traditional collector. I have visited AAF two times, and was amazed with variety of presented works in different media.

This year I will be a part of AAF through the Art Students League of NY, located at  booth C11, who have participated at AAF for 5 years. I will be showing a set of my recent watercolors. See more at AAF site.

"Rainy way" triptych, 90" x 30", watercolor by Ekaterina Smirnova
"Rainy way" triptych, 90" x 30", watercolor, 1.2011

I am very honored to be representing ASL in the same booth as these great artists: Véronique Coutant- Godard , Mitsuko Finkelstein , Yukako , Marshall Jones , Daisuke Kiyomiya , Natsuki Takauji.


When: May 5 – 8, 2011

Where: 7 West 34th Street

Special Events:
Private Preview
Be amongst the first to view the fair! With nearly 80 exhibitors, you’ll want to get a sneak peek! Purchase tickets »

Free Admission

Mother’s Day
Mothers enjoy free admission (when accompanied by a child) and a special gift bag (while supplies last).

All works are quite affordable, you will be able to find a wonderful piece of art for your home or office space.


One thought on “Affordable Art Fair 2011

  1. What a great show this year! Hurry, you still have a few days left, till 5pm on Sunday! Don’t mis the opportunity to experience international art and possibly purchase something for yourself!

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