Miami Antiques + Art + Design Show

Taking place each January, the Miami Antiques + Art + Design Show kicks off the new year with a 3-day weekend fair. The event offers for sale a diverse range of antique and modern artworks. Thus, there are furniture, paintings, sculpture, lighting, jewelry, glassware, silverware, china and mirrors from the 17thto the 20th century, among many others. The fair gathers both seasoned collectors and first-time buyers. Indeed, the price range is wide and there are pieces on display to suit most wallets. There is truly something for every taste too. Held in the Airport Convention Center, the fair offers in a relaxed atmosphere the opportunity to learn and discover new styles and different eras. It attracts every edition a heterogeneous public from various background. Miami Antiques + Art + Design Show is organized by Dolphin Fairs, which run two similar shows in Houston and Chicago.

Miami Antiques + Art + Design Show 2021

Location

Miami Airport Convention Center
711 NW 72nd Avenue
Miami, FL 33126
United States

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Opening hours

January 2021: TBA

Entrance Fee

General Admission: TBA

Mediums

Furniture
Decorative Art
Painting…

Art Periods

Antique
Modern

Contact

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