Olympia International Art & Antiques Fair announces strategic date change and return of Hali

11 Feb 2015

Olympia International Art & Antiques Fair, London’s original art and antiques fair, is delighted to announce a strong line-up of exhibitors for its 2015 edition, including a significant number of core dealers returning to the fair following the announcement of new dates (18 - 28 June).

Bringing together 160 of the world’s leading specialist dealers, Olympia offers a more diverse variety of high quality, vetted art, antiques and collectors’ pieces than any other event in the British capital, with prices ranging from £100 to £1 million. Now in its 43rd year, the fair is known for its accessibility, catering to a broad range of buyers from the UK and abroad.

The 2015 edition will see a notable increase in exhibitors returning to the fair after time away, including: Anthony Fell Antiques & Works of Art Ltd, Anthony James & Sons Ltd, Arts International, Freshfords Fine Antiques, J.M. Baptista, Moxhams Antiques, Pearse Lukies Antiques Limited, Wick Antiques and Woodham-Smith Ltd.

Olympia is also delighted to announce the return of HALI after an interval of almost ten years. HALI, with its unmatched expertise and standing in the field, will bring together a group of internationally  renowned dealers exhibiting the best antique carpets and textiles in a single location. Exhibitor participation is by invitation only and a full list of participants will be revealed in due course. A series of events curated by HALI will run concurrently with the fair, including visits to the V&A archives at the Clothworkers’ Centre, expert-led museum tours, unprecedented access to private collections, lectures and a book launch.

This year’s fair will also see many regular exhibitors returning to the fair, including: Alexandra Alfandary, Anthea A.G. Antiques, Austin Desmond, Charles Plante Fine Arts, Clive Loveless Primal Art, Craig Carrington, Galerie Arabesque, Gilden’s Arts Gallery, Hansord, Hatchwell Antiques, Haynes Fine Art of Broadway, Howard Walwyn Fine Antique Clocks, Jeroen Markies, Kinghams Art Pottery, Mary Cooke Antiques, Matthew Holder Antiques, Millington Adams, Moira Fine Jewellery, Morgan Strickland Decorative Arts, Patrick Sandberg Antiques, Robert Barley Antiques, Tanya Baxter Contemporary, Titus Omega, Walker Galleries, William Cook Marlborough Ltd, Willow Gallery and van Kranendonk Duffels.

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