There will be a range of exhibits for sale from across the world and centuries, including a strong selection of Art Deco, Art Nouveau and 20th Century contemporary art, photography and design. Those more interested in vintage design, make a beeline for the stands offering prints, period furniture and sculpture, silver and metal ware, jewellery and vintage textiles and carpets and tapestries.
To get the most out of the fair, we recommend first time buyers and amateur collectors to attend one of the Fair's free accompanying talks, all given by industry experts. Click here for a detailed overview of the talks programme.
But it's not all about splashing the cash at London Art Antiques & Interiors. The Fair's feature exhibition, Poster Persuaders From World War One, is well worth a visit. Featuring over 50 wartime propaganda posters from the personal collection of British antiques collector, Maurice Collins, Poster Persuaders From World War One, will offer an educational insight into the home front moral during the war.
If you feel inspired by the works on display, have a go at creating your own masterpiece with PopUp Painting; the team will be working with London Art Antiques for the duration of the fair.*
With prices starting as low as £20, it's a good way in to the world of antiques collecting.
Friday 12 January 11am - 6pm
Saturday 13 January 11am - 6pm
Sunday 14 January 11am - 5pm
•PopUp Painting will offer free walk-in taster sessions to all visitors on Saturday and Sunday from 12pm - 2pm. There will also be the opportunity to participate in extended sessions at 3pm - 4.30pm, priced at just £15 (this includes entry into the fair). Click here for more information on the paid-for session.
Culture Whisper is offering pairs of free tickets to our Gold Whisper members. Redeem your tickets now to avoid disappointment!
|What||London Art Antiques & Interiors Fair, ExCel|
Royal Victoria Dock, London, E16 1XL | MAP
|Nearest tube||Canning Town (underground)|
12 Jan 18 – 14 Jan 18, On Sunday 14 January, ExCel London closes at 5pm
|Price||£12 (advance), £16 (admission on the door)|
|Website||Please click here for more information|