A leading London fair for the fine and decorative arts is set to make a dazzling return to Berkeley Square this autumn attracting tens of thousands of collectors, decorators and lovers of art, antiques and design.
The Berkeley Square Fair, organised by LAPADA for 30 years, will take place in an elegant pavilion in the heart of Mayfair between 27 September and 1 October (preview 26 September) marking the start of London’s most important month for art. Past editions of the fair have attracted scores of high-profile visitors including Eddie Redmayne, Amanda Wakeley, Sarah Burton, Nicholas Kirkwood, Stephen Jones, Kelly Hoppen, Rupert Friend and Mark Hix, amongst others.
Over 100 leading specialists from around Britain will showcase thousands of years of art history with every item meticulously vetted for quality and authenticity by a committee of 70 leading specialists. Participating exhibitors include:
Alongside the UK’s leading art and antiques specialists, visitors will experience other collecting disciplines, all with craftsmanship at their core. Leading design studio Fromental will create exquisite hand painted wallcoverings for the interior of the fair, and The Royal Mint, who are sponsoring the event, will be showcasing their new luxury jewellery collection. The Wallace Collection is the Cultural Partner of the fair, and a curator from the museum will deliver the Headline Lecture on the new Portraits of Dogs exhibition. Jumeriah Carlton Tower is the official hotel partner of the fair and is offering a discount to visitors staying during the fair.
Early Bird ‘Two-for-One’ Standard Entry Tickets are now on sale (ends July 10). Patrons Preview and Collectors Preview Tickets are also on sale now.
For further information and tickets visit www.lapadalondon.com