The fair champions British art from 1900 to the present day. Some 60 leading dealers show works by the great names of the 20th century: Bacon, Freud, Frink, Frost, Hepworth, Hockney, Hodgson, Lanyon, Lowry, Moore, Nash, Piper, Riley, Scott, Spencer and Sutherland to name a few. Alongside these will be a large selection of work by emerging and established contemporary artists, some of whom already have achieved international reputations - like Hirst, Emin and Grayson Perry - as well as work by emerging artists who may be the stars of tomorrow.
Adams Antiques Fairs has been established since the 1970s and remains the longest running monthly Sunday antiques fair in the capital. With over 140 stalls of quality antiques at each event, expect to find decorative pieces, antique jewellery, ceramics, paintings and more right in the heart of London's Victoria. Dates for 2017 are: 22nd January, 26th February, 19th March, 9th April, 14th May, 4th & 25th June, 16th July, 10th September, 8th & 29th October, 19th November, 10th December. Opening hours are 10am - 4.30pm, £4 entry.
For over 20 years BADA Fair (15-21 March 2017) has been the Spring highlight for the fine art, design and antiques community, showcasing beautiful objects of outstanding quality from 100 of the UK’s finest dealers. Taking place just off the illustrious King’s Road, this week-long event gives you the chance to meet BADA dealers, benefit from their extensive expertise and purchase exceptional pieces of traditional, modern and contemporary art and antiques. BADA Fair offers a fine dining restaurant, a relaxed brasserie and a champagne bar to enjoy whilst visiting the Fair, all of which help to create a beautiful environment reflecting the quality and luxury of the magnificent pieces on display.
For more than twenty years the Decorative Fairs have been an important calendar event for designers and decorators and, more recently, private buyers. They provide an imaginative source of decorative furniture, art and objects, C20th, modern and antique, in an enjoyably informal atmosphere. Their dealers have great skill in choosing and presenting their stock in a creative fashion. Visitors can easily envisage how each particular piece might work for them.
A destination for the rare and unique, Salvo fair exhibitors bring a diverse mix of architectural, garden and decorative antiques, salvage, reclaimed materials, midcentury, vintage and industrial. This year’s Green Living festival will showcase salvage, not simply for its style but as a lifestyle choice. It will feature ancient and modern eco-friendly products, sustainable fashion, craftspeople and zero waste restaurant Silo. Pre-book a Weekend Ticket for lunch in the Silo at Salvo pop-up styled by vintage furniture house Metroretro. A Gala Preview Party and evening shopping will take place on Friday 23rd June in support of Smart Works Charity for a celebration of new starts and fashion reuse, both supporting women and reducing landfill. Book tickets online.
The Art & Antiques Fair Olympia returns to London this summer for its 45th year. This prestigious fair features over 120 dealers. From diamond rings to dining tables, from antiquity to the modern day, the Fair will have works of art to cater to all tastes, with prices ranging from £100 to hundreds of thousands of pounds. The Fair is expected to attract around 25,000 visitors with more than 55,000 pieces for sale. Each object will be individually vetted by independent experts. Plus there’s an impressive line-up of talks on current trends, interiors, history as well as exhibitions taking place across Europe today.
The Winter Art & Antiques Fair showcases 120 of the world's leading specialist dealers. Taking place for seven days, the fair brings together an unrivalled choice of over 30,000 pieces. Loved by collectors, interior designers and those looking for exceptional pieces for stylish interiors, the fair offers the finest array of objects drawn from antiquity to the present day. Every item for sale is checked by a team of experts to ensure quality and authenticity.