Calling all art lovers! Love Art Fair is back again on April 17 – 19, 2015 (Preview April 16). This will be their second year in Toronto. Their concept is that art is affordable. It does not cost millions to own an art piece. Love Art brings over 45 art galleries under one roof where you will find thousands of paintings, prints, sculptures, and photographs. Art pieces ranging from $100 to $10,000, with more than half is under $5,000.
Love Art Fair is the Canadian edition of the Affordable Art Fair which operates in cities worldwide - London (England), New York, Mexico City, Hong Kong, Singapore, Amsterdam, Maastricht, Brussels, Hamburg, Milan, Stockholm, Seoul, and Toronto.
There will be a free of charge wrapping station at the fair where you can easily take the art work home. They have an ad that you can carry the artwork on a bike if you wanted to. If you need the artwork delivered to your home or office, you can arrange to have it shipped for free. More details at the fair.
It all began in 1999, when Will Ramsay founded Affordable Art Fair in London (England), he introduced a price ceiling and the mandatory labeling of artwork, customers were able to see exactly what they could afford. This will provide a friendly and less intimating atmosphere
The Love Art Fair will be at:
Heritage Court, Direct Energy Centre, 100 Princes' Boulevard, Exhibition Place, Toronto
Please visit the website www.loveartfair.com/toronto for more information for time.
I am here to offer to all my readers complementary VIP all-access passes to Love Art Fair in Toronto.
The VIP passes includes:
Private advanced preview of the fair on April 16, the Art After Dark party on the evening of April 17, and unlimited access to the fair throughout the entire weekend because the entire fair changes over daily with fresh new art.
The code for the VIP ticket access is ILOVEART.
The link to use the code is: https://www.microspec.com/tix123/eTic.cfm?code=LAFT2015&promo=ILOVEART.
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Disclaimer: I was not compensated for this post