London art. Autumn 2014 Decorative Antiques & Textiles Fair. Features Fairground and Circus Folk Art & Artefacts. 30 September to 5 October at Battersea Evolution, Battersea Park, London SW11.
Fascinated by the Tate’s folk art exhibition? At The Decorative Fair we’ve a host of exhibitors who specialise in folk art large and small – from giant carved wood shop signs to fairground carousel horses.
At the Autumn edition of the Fair, which opens on Tuesday 30th September, we’ll be featuring a foyer display of fairground and circus artefacts, a highly stylised form of traditional folk art.
Works will be drawn from exhibitors at the Fair and will be for sale.
More than 140 exhibitors take part at this Autumn’s fair, specialist design dealers with a wonderful variety of decorative British and European antique and 20th century furniture, objects and art.
Renowned amongst the interiors community as a source of the unusual and unexpected, the Decorative Antiques & Textiles Fair attracts leading decorators and style pundits including Tom Dixon, Sir Paul Smith, Rose Uniacke, Kit Kemp, Olga and Alex Polizzi, Vere Grenney, Stephen Bayley, Spencer Swaffer; buyers from Colefax & Fowler, Anthropologie, Ralph Lauren, Candy & Candy, and interior designers and companies from America to Australia.
Thousands of private buyers attend to purchase distinctive, one-off pieces. You can find Scandinavian mid-century glassware priced from under £100 to Rococo Revival mirrors priced at over £50,000. Visiting is a voyage of discovery, with exhibitors creating enviable stylish stand displays that provide inspiration beyond compare.