The annual fair – the British Antique Dealers’ Association – is celebrating its 25th birthday, and this year it will bring together objects and artworks from across 11 centuries. A number of dealers will be exhibiting for the first time at BADA 2017, including Mallett and Son, Anthony Outred, Nicola Isherwood and joint exhibitors Alexander di Carcaci and James McWhirter.
See the highlights from BADA 2017 for this year’s edition.
More than 90 dealers show objects that range widely across art, antiques, and contemporary design, embracing Old Masters, vintage jewellery and modern British painting.
This year there are several new participants, including Mallett, Anthony Outred, Peter Petrou and joint exhibitors Alexander di Carcaci and James McWhirter.
A lot of the clients will collect across the board, from Chinese and Japanese artifacts to Renaissance art and contemporary design. They are interested in visually arresting objects regardless of age.
Overall, this year’s edition will be complete with extraordinary pieces for every taste. BADA 2017 takes place this weekend (15-21 March) at Duke of York square in London. You can’t miss it!
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