My Design Week presents a different fair that will happen in London from the 22th of September untill the 27th. It is more focused on antiques and art, check it out!
The LAPADA Art & Antiques Fair in Berkeley Square, Mayfair, is the foremost international showcase for art, antiques, design and decorative arts. LAPADA (The Association of Art & Antiques Dealers) is the largest society of professional art and antiques dealers in the UK. It is a trusted resource for private collectors and the art & antiques trade in the UK and 16 other countries around the world.
Sponsored by Delancey, the 2015 edition (happening between 22nd and 27th September) has been extended by a day in response to demand following the success of last year’s event, which welcomed 20,000 collectors and visitors over five days.
100 distinguished exhibitors and experts in their field will work, including jewellery, design, furniture, carpets, tapestries, antiquities, clocks, ceramics, silver and fine art. Authenticity is assured thanks to a 70-member specialist committee pre-vetting everything on sale. With prices ranging from £500 to £500,000 and above, sought-after pieces appeal to the established collector and first-time buyers alike.
There will be some brands exhibiting at the fair for the first time. Take a look at the new brands for the LAPADA 2015 edition:
Bell and Bird based in Austin, Texas, will present its carefully curated selection of 18th and 19th century unsigned jewellery.
Clive Liveless Primal Art will present abstract decorative and tribal art from Africa to Oceania.
Arthistorical offers fine art with an emphasis on sculpture, objects, and paintings from the Middle Ages until the present day.
Hayloft will present British and Danish furniture from the 50s, 60s and 70s as well as art, lighting and objects from the Mid Century period and beyond.
De Parma will exhibit a collection of 20th century design and British artworks of the post-war years from the 1940s to 1950s • Goodman Fine Art will focus primarily on artworks of the post-war years alongside the finest examples of medieval sculpture.
Howard Walwyn will showcase a selection of the finest English clocks and barometers.