Deemed as one of the ‘must attend’ events in the Art and Antiquities calendar, The Art & Antiques Fair Olympia is one for the diary.
Olympia is renowned as an unmissable event for private art and antique collectors, art industry professionals, dealers, property owners and interior decorators.
Highlights include a glamorous Preview Day, late-night openings, Champagne Bar, a stimulating events programme and a VIP charity night, and is firmly established as a prestigious highlight of London’s summer calendar.
The fair is the UK’s most established (with 2017 being its 45th year of exhibition) and long-running takes place between 26th June and 2nd July and is held in the elegant surroundings of the National Hall in Olympia, London. It will showcase 160 of the world’s leading specialist dealers and will feature over 50,000 curated pieces.
From antique books and manuscripts and art-deco chairs to ceramics and clocks, you are certain to find something that you want.
You can expect to find a fine array of antiques and art from a range of eras up to the present day. Each item is appraised by a team of experts prior to sale to ensure authenticity and quality.
There will also be several key speakers from the likes of Tate Britain and The British Museum (amongst others) who will be delivering talks to inspire and to provide advice on the key items for sale. There will also be daily highlights tours which will be hosted by renowned art consultant Vanessa Curry.
As part of the ‘Interior Design Talk series’, you can learn about the latest trends from leading industry experts such as Douglas Mackie and Henrietta Spencer-Churchill.
Olympia is renowned as an unmissable event for private collectors, art industry professionals, dealers, property owners and interior decorators. Offering a unique and luxurious cultural experience against the elegant backdrop of Olympia National Hall.
The fair is expected to attract over 20,000 visitors to Olympia during its 7-day run.