Hong Kong arts fair breaks pricey standards

For the fifth successive year, the Affordable Art Fair attracted a crowd different from most fairs, which target high-profile collectors and investors.

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    An arts fair in Hong Kong seeks to reach out to the wider public, instead of those with deep pockets.

    For the fifth successive year, the Affordable Art Fair attracted a crowd different from most fairs, which target high-profile collectors and investors.

    Al Jazeera's Divya Gopalan reports from Hong Kong.


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