Kult is known for many things – as one of most offbeat art galleries with its own kooky ‘zine (in the best possible sense) and a one-time ’80s record store.
Their latest project sees them throwing The $200 show: Actually Affordable Art, a tongue-in-cheek take on established art fairs where prices typically soar into the stratosphere.
While the prices may be more ahem, sane, it doesn’t mean quality’s compromised – more than 30 artists from Japan, Britain, America, Australia, Thailand will be taking part and art of every medium from silkscreen prints, risograph prints, original illustrations, digital prints, vinyl art to resin-cast sculptures will be on sale.
The local contingent will be well represented as well, with prominent names like Mojoko and fFurious repping.
The best part? None of that fancy schmancy convoluted business at typical art fairs – like a piece, pay for it and take it home with you immediately (*assuming it isn’t too big to carry).
On from now till 22nd May, The $200 show: Actually Affordable Art fair takes place at Kult. For more details, head here.
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