The British Art Dealers Association has been setting the standard for the industry for over 100 years, and their annual fine art, design and antique fair is an important show that should not be missed. BADA takes place annually during the busy month of March, at the sime time as Chelsea Antiques Fair, Ceramic Art London, Affordable Battersea or The Other Art FairEach of the 100 top exhibitors is a BADA member, guaranteeing that the items displayed will be of the highest quality. In total, more than 5,000 decorative pieces are offered for sale during this week-long fair and the range is wide. Indeed, visitors can view and purchase Old Masters paintings, contemporary art, historical portraits, antique furniture, bronze or marble sculptures, mirrors, ceramics, glass and jewellery a well. BADA art fair has been running for more than 27 years and is beautifully staged. This popular event thus gather art dealers, collectors, professionals and the general public from the UK but also the rest of the world.

BADA 2020


Duke of York Square
King’s Road
London, SW3 4LY
United Kingdom

Opening hours

18-20 March: 11am – 8pm
21-22 March: 10am – 6pm
23 March: 11am – 8pm
24 March: 11am – 6pm

Entrance Fee

General Admission: TBA


Decorative Art

Art Periods



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