The BADA Antiques & Fine Art Fair, the showcase for members of the British Antique Dealers’ Association, experienced a hugely successful 23rd edition which closed on Tuesday 24 March 2015. The opening day saw a queue of visitors forming, before the Fair opened, eager to gain early access to get the first pick of antiques and fine art for sale.
The BADA Fair was delighted to welcome collectors and first time buyers from all over the world with visitors travelling from Russia, France, Spain and other European countries as well as the Middle East, the Americas, China and as far flung as Australia. Exhibitors commented on the number of younger people visiting and buying at the Fair.
The next BADA Antiques & Fine Art Fair, which maintains an unrivalled reputation for quality and elegance, will take place 9-15 March 2016 at The Duke of York Square, London SW3, in the heart of one of London’s most fashionable districts.
Full details of the 2016 BADA Fair will be available on the website soon.
What's on in the area
The BADA Fair is proud to call one of London’s most fashionable and romantic boroughs its home. With the globally famous shopping street King’s Road being joined recently by the luxury Duke of York Square shopping and cultural development, the area continues to be known for upmarket shopping, luxury hotels and world class culture. Its glamour continues to attract visitors from all over the world.
London has been one of the world’s most exciting and culturally stimulating cities for much of its 2000 year history. In the 18th Century, it was the great writer Samuel Johnson who uttered the (now perhaps cliqued) phrase that “when a man is tired of London, he is tired of life; for there is in London all that life can afford." And as we head into the 21st Century its vibrancy shows no signs of abating.
The Saatchi Gallery, Cadogan Concert Hall and The Royal Court Theatre are all located within minutes of the BADA Fair.