BADA (The British Antique Dealers’ Association) is partnering with London’s finest residence The Lanesborough on the launch of an intimate new selling experience for collectors, curators, art professionals and interior designers.
A Grade II listed building, The Lanesborough houses a fine collection of historical works of art and prides itself on being a staunch supporter of the arts. Part of the iconic Oetker Collection, The Lanesborough is renowned for its distinctive luxury, bespoke design, Michelin starred dining and exceptional service.
The four-day microfair has been designed to complement and enhance London’s existing autumn arts programme which includes PAD London, Frieze Masters and the Battersea Decorative Fair.
The curated event will offer visitors the opportunity to meet with 16 of BADA’s leading experts, benefit from their extensive knowledge and browse exceptional items in specialisms including traditional and contemporary art, ceramics and fine furniture.
Marco Forgione, CEO of BADA, said: “BADA is committed to creating innovative experiences which offer buyers and collectors fresh opportunities to discover the very finest art, design and antiques. As such, I am delighted to partner with one of London’s most elegant and iconic grand residences, The Lanesborough. Situated between Knightsbridge, Belgravia and Buckingham Palace, at the very heart of London’s fine art and antiques community, BADA Collection at The Lanesborough offers a carefully curated experience for guests and visitors to unearth items of exceptional quality.”
‘BADA Collection at The Lanesborough’, will run from October 5-8, 2017, showcasing an unrivalled selection of art, design and antiques at the masterpiece hotel, overlooking London’s Hyde Park Corner.
Ticketing information for BADA Collection at the Lanesborough will be announced shortly.