Returning to London for it's 47th edition, The Art & Antiques Fair Olympia will run from 20 - 27 June.  It is a key event in the global art and antiques calendar hosting 160 dealers showcasing a vast array of items from antiquity to the present day, with prices ranging from £100 to £1million. Loved by collectors, interior designers and those looking for exceptional pieces for stylish interiors, the Fair offers the finest array of objects drawn from antiquity to the present day.

Take a look at our 2017 Summer fair guide here

 

Rose Tarlow, Interior Designer

"For the past 25 years, I have never missed an Olympia summer fair. I always find wonderful treasures. It's amazing to find so many exceptional dealers under one roof."

TATLER

“We’re besotted with The Art & Antiques Fair Olympia, which will be serving up delights… There will be plenty to lose your mind over, so don’t miss out.”

 

TOP 10 REASONS TO VISIT

 

  • 160 of the world's leading art, antiques and contemporary dealers
     
  • Buy with confidence knowing that every item is checked by a team of experts
     
  • An impressive line-up of speakers for the talks programme - 2017 featured the Interior Design Talk Series featuring Douglas Mackie, Henrietta Spencer-Churchill, Christopher Vane Percy and Emma Burns from Sibyl Colefax & John Fowler
     
  • Open late - visit after work
     
  • ​Discover more art than before, with galleries featuring a diverse range from Modern British and contemporary to Old Masters, 18th and 19th century art, prints and posters

 

 

  • The Art & Antiques Fair Olympia will become part of House & Garden Festival 2018 - a diverse collection of events, creating a unique destination for interiors focused on craftsmanship, quality and design
     
  • A treasure trove of art, antiques, furniture, sculpture, jewellery, ceramics, textiles and collectors’ pieces will be on sale
  • Daily highlights tours around the fair will be hosted by art consultant, Vanessa Curry
     
  • Find an unrivalled selection of antique jewellery including pieces from Cartier, Boucheron, Vacheron Constantin and Tiffany
     
  • Enjoy cocktails and culture daily 

     

Vanity Fair

“...the Fair boasts 160 dealers, which promise to tempt visitors and buyers alike with a mesmerising array of beautiful art and objects, from rare coins to the boots worn by the commander-in-chief of the British Forces fighting in South Africa during the Anglo-Boer War.”

The New York Times

“The grande dame of London’s summer fairs”