This autumn's traditional visit of The Affordable Art Fair will be slightly different with organisers aiming to reduce prices even further.

Prices for art at the show range from £40 to £4,000 but this time they are highlighting pieces under £500.

This means the event is even more accessible for people who do not normally splash out large sums on paintings, sculptures and carvings.

Battersea Park will again be the host for the fair will also be focusing on contemporary art from the UK and abroad.

Artwork priced under £500 will be made easy to spot and there will be specially crafted 'Really, Really Affordable Art’ tours, helping visitors unearth an affordable gem.

Established artists such as Damien Hirst, Mark Quinn and Stanley Donwood will be showcasing their work alongside BP Portrait Award shortlisted artists including James Stewart and Nathan Ford.

Since it was launched in 1999, the Affordable Art Fair has welcomed over one million visitors worldwide and has seen £155m of art sold by exhibiting galleries.

Tickets are on sale now for the fair which runs from 25-28 October.

To find out which galleries will be exhibiting at the fair, visit