Neptunus has secured a new contract to continue to supply temporary structures to the Affordable Art Fair.

Neptunus has been providing temporary infrastructure for the event for six years. Following next year’s fair, organisers have agreed a new contract with Neptunus, and will be working with them until 2023.

UK fair director, Elizabeth Dellert, said: “We are delighted to be working with Neptunus as tent contractor for the Affordable Art Fair on Hampstead Heath. Their dedication and professionalism allows us to continue to be one of the only events to be held on the prestigious Hampstead Heath site. The structure itself continues to meet our high-end specifications and perfectly reflects the calibre of our event. They are a wonderful team to work with and we look forward to further collaborations in future.”

Managing director of Neptunus’ UK operation, April Trasler, added: “We are delighted to secure this new agreement with the Affordable Art Fair which once again underpins our reputation for creating high quality yet cost-effective space solutions for big cultural occasions.”

Neptunus provides 5,300 sqm of space in three Alu Hall temporary buildings, including a main exhibition hall spanning 4,250 metres. Temporary structures form a bespoke front entrance, café area, cloakrooms and administration offices.

The 2019 Affordable Art Fair attracted 16,000 visitors and saw more than 110 galleries from 15 different countries exhibiting affordable contemporary art from both emerging and established artists. TheAffordable Art Fair brings art under £6,000 to London three times a year in Battersea Park and on Hampstead Heath, as well as an online shop.

The Hampstead Heath, London event is just one of the fairs held each year in 10 cities around the world including, Hong Kong, Amsterdam, New York, Hamburg, Singapore, Brussels, Milan, Melbourne and Stockholm.