The 6th edition of the London's fair for 20th Century art, design and decorative arts.
PAD London is proud to announce the participation of 60 of the world’s most prominent galleries in
its 6th edition on Berkeley Square, the most vibrant and international to date. New exhibitors include
three major galleries from Asia – Gana Art Gallery (Seoul), a leader in Modern Art in Korea, as well
as Pearl Lam Galleries (Shanghai/Hong Kong) and Gallery Seomi (Seoul), both specialising in
Design. An additional fifteen Modern Art and Design exhibitors from Barcelona, London, Zurich,
Paris, Brussels, Munich, Los Angeles and New York, round out the fair’s impressive contingent.
Modern Art shines at PAD London this year. Prestigious US galleries Castelli Gallery (New York), Skarstedt Gallery (New York), Paul Kasmin Gallery (New York) and L&M Arts (New York/Los Angeles), together with Offer Waterman (London), Galerie Thomas (Munich) and Galerie Gmurzynska (Geneva), present exceptional masterpieces ranging from Modernism, German Expressionism, Viennese Secession and Modern British, to Post-War and Classic Contemporary. Galerie Diane de Polignac (Paris) offers an outstanding mix of Modern Art and furniture, while the design section introduces Hervé Van der Straeten (Paris) and Gallery Fumi (London), both showcasing a range of cutting-edge contemporary design. Caroline Van Hoek (Brussels) and Elisabetta Cipriani (London) join the jewellery section with striking pieces by contemporary artists and designers.
This year marks the launch of a prestigious new Moët Hennessy-PAD London Design Award. The £15,000 award will be presented to a young designer whose work will be selected for its exceptional creative and innovative qualities by a distinguished panel of judges, chaired by Nigel Coates. The Award will run alongside the annual Prizes for Best Stand and Best Object.
Image: KAARE KLINT - Dining Chair, 1927
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Berkeley Square, Mayfair, London W1
Open to the public: Wednesday 10 October to Sunday 14 October from 10AM – 8PM
Free entrance for students and children under 15