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Joseph Walsh sculpture unveiled as BADA 2017 centrepiece
BADA is delighted to announce that ‘Lilium 1’ by Irish designer maker Joseph Walsh will form the centrepiece of this year’s foyer design. Specially commissioned by BADA 2017 exhibitor Peter Petrou, the unique sculptural form is fashioned in olive ash and finished with white oil.

In the Lilium series, Joseph Walsh expands on the formation and layering language of his Enignum series and once again refers to natural elements that inspire his work. Lilium explores the relationship between the geometric and the organic; while some of the pieces' elements keep to symmetrical repetitions, others erupt into glorious, abstract shape.
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BADA announces highlights of BADA 2017
BADA, the British Antique Dealers’ Association, is pleased to announce the 25th anniversary edition of its annual fair, BADA 2017. The fair will welcome over 90 specialist exhibitors from across the UK and will offer collectors, curators, art professionals, interior designers and general visitors the chance to view and purchase outstanding pieces of traditional, modern and contemporary art, design and antiques.

BADA was established in 1918 and is the leading trade association for dealers in fine art, design and antiques. BADA 2017 will combine unrivalled expertise with fine objects and luxury presentations; leaders in their fields will show painting, sculpture, furniture, ceramics, jewellery, glass- and metal-ware, amongst others.

In anticipation of BADA’s centenary year, BADA 2017 will unveil a new creative identity for the fair, highlighting BADA’s commitment to beautiful objects that can become cherished additions to the home. The new design will also underline the fair’s imaginative and creative juxtaposition of the contemporary and the modern with the antique.

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Samuel Prout: A Grand Tour In Watercolour
BADA is delighted to announce that their 2017 Loan Exhibition will be titled ‘Samuel Prout: A Grand Tour in Watercolour.’

A master of watercolour, Prout (1783-1852) was born in Plymouth and developed his eye for architectural detail whilst sketching the cottages, watermills and bridges of rural Devon. However, it was not until his first visit to the continent in 1818 that Prout truly discovered his forte.
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Strong sales for Traditional, Modern & Contemporary at BADA Fair 2016

BADA Fair 2016 proved a huge success with organisers announcing record crowds at the purpose-built pavilion at Duke of York Square. Well-over 3,000 visitors attended the Fair on the opening day with collectors, museum representatives, art professionals and interior designers travelling from as far as Russia, the United States, Japan and New Zealand to attend. The Fair brings together 100 of the country’s leading fine art and antique specialists with exhibitors reporting strong sales from the many exceptional contemporary, modern and traditional pieces on display.

Marco Forgione, BADA CEO comments: “There were some amazing deals done over the course of the week and I was particularly pleased to see a number of first time exhibitors being successful. I was delighted by the number of new visitors that were attracted to the Fair this year and we received a great many compliments about the updated look and feel to this year’s event.”

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A Thank You to our BADA Fair 2016 Exhibitors

BADA would like to thank all our members, whose expertise and exceptional displays helped make BADA Fair 2016 a great success. Our thanks go also to Cadogan Estates for hosting the event in the magnificent surroundings of Duke of York Square.

The 24th edition of the BADA Fair drew thousands of visitors with collectors, museum representatives, art professionals and interior designers travelling from as far afield as Russia, Japan, the United States and New Zealand to view the many exceptional contemporary, modern and traditional pieces on display.

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House & Garden Interior Designers reveal their BADA Fair 2016 highlights

Before The BADA Fair opened its doors to the public on Wednesday 9 March, House & Garden magazine’s Interior Design experts were given the chance to select their favourite pieces from the thousands of outstanding objects on display

Each year, BADA Fair partner House & Garden magazine, invite four leading interior designers for an exclusive preview event of the Fair. The designers are given the opportunity to visit each of the 100 stands and select their favourite objects from the many exceptional pieces of contemporary and traditional art & antiques on exhibition. To earn a prestigious House & Garden award, pieces must have a unique style, quality craftsmanship and individuality, which can be incorporated into a classic or contemporary interior setting.

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BADA Fair announces partnership with London Design Week 2016

BADA Fair is delighted to announce a partnership with London Design Week 2016. These two events, both renowned for luxury and excellence, will see design and interiors professionals flocking to Chelsea.

Madeleine Williams, BADA Fair Manager, comments: “We are thrilled to be working with London Design Week 2016 to align our two prestigious events. Together they offer an exciting opportunity for those seeking quality interiors inspiration from trusted sources.”

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The Taylor Gallery to exhibit rare Edward Seago Hong Kong landscapes

The Taylor Gallery will be offering visitors the chance to enjoy rare works by renowned British landscape artist Edward Seago at the BADA Fair this year.

One of the largest collections of his work today belongs to the British Royal Family, with several generations of the family being personal friends of the artist.

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House & Garden Announce Interior Designers for 2016 BADA Fair

The BADA Fair, in partnership with House & Garden Magazine, are delighted to announce the leading interior designers that will form our expert panel at this year’s Fair.

House & Garden magazine have selected Caroline Cobbold of Caroline Cobbold Design, Rebecca Griffin of Russell Sage Studio, Martin Hulbert of Martin Hulbert Design and Mary Graham & Nicole Salvesen of Salvesen Graham.

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Gray M.C.A to unveil unseen Henry Moore textiles at BADA Fair

BADA members Gray M.C.A will unveil an unseen collection of Henry Moore textiles at the BADA Fair. The works have been released from the Ascher Collection for the first time, giving an unprecedented opportunity for collectors to purchase them.

 

The textiles date from the 1940s, and are printed from original designs by Henry Moore commissioned by Zika and Lida Ascher. The Aschers worked with several leading artists of the time including Matisse and Picasso, creating silk squares and other fabric designs to brighten up post-war British wardrobes and interiors.

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