The Affordable Art Fair—prices range from $100 to $10,000, with more than half under $5,000—originated 13 years ago in London. It spread as far as Amsterdam, New York, Los Angeles, and Hong Kong. This weekend is the first edition in what organizers hope will become a Seattle tradition, and the lineup of galleries includes Seattle’s James Harris, G. Gibson, Prole Drift, and Friesen Abmeyer, alongside dealers from Portland, Tokyo, Ecuador, and Greece. Will the fair bring art sales to Seattle? It’s good of it to try, even if the name is dumb. Art is already affordable—now get out there and buy some. (Seattle Center Exhibition Hall, Third Ave N and Mercer St, 11 am–6 pm,, free)