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The ABSOLUT(ly) Affordable Art Sale | Private Preview Tonight | Public Day 11 – 8 tomorrow

The ABSOLUT(ly) Affordable Art Sale coincides with the Affordable Art Fair which is happening at Battersea Park this weekend, and kicks off this evening with a private view and is open to the public tomorrow. With the aim of offering visitors the opportunity to meet the artists directly, acquire the affordable and capture the collectible, this pop-up gallery showcases work from contemporary artists whose diverse practices include painting, works on paper, sculpture, video and photography.

Tonight is “Projections, An Evening of Short Films” Hosted by award-wining film maker NJ Silva will be the curtain raiser for the Absolut Affordable Sale. Join the synergy as art comes alive!

Film Director NJ Silva has selected an array of short films to be screened during the preview evening and throughout the public day opening at the ABSOLUT (ly) Affordable Art Sale. The screening programme includes:

– ‘Hysteria’ by Daniel Marshall
– ‘Writer’s Block’ by Josh Thomas
– ‘Ashes’ by Rachael James
– ‘Puny Earthlings’ by NJ Silva
– ‘Bin Boy’ by Cole Paviour
– ‘Comando’ by Sonat Duyar
– ‘Yael’ by NJ Silva
– ‘The Wall’ by Edoardo Pasolini
– ‘Shut Up!’ by Hugo Ramos
– ‘The Interview’ by Sara van Gelder
ABSOLUT(ly) Affordable Art Fair
The Gallery on The Corner, 155 Battersea Park Road (just along from Battersea Park Station)



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