Basil Ede (1931–2016), “Scarlet Ibis,” 1992, oil on canvas, 30 x 24 in., Rountree Tryon Galleries, Petworth
Basil Ede (1931–2016), “Scarlet Ibis,” 1992, oil on canvas, 30 x 24 in., Rountree Tryon Galleries, Petworth

While the team at Fine Art Today is doing our best to give you up-to-date information about current art shows, please also check with the individual gallery or museum to confirm that the information has not changed since it was published here.

The Open Art Fair takes place March 18-24, 2020 in London on Duke of York Square (SW3 4LY) just a few minutes’ walk from Sloane Square.

From the organizers:

The “antiques” world is changing rapidly, with far fewer shops and ever more dealers working from home or online only. Now that the BADA (British Antique Dealers’ Association) Fair has closed after 27 years in business, the new Open Art Fair will give smaller and independent dealers some fresh attention; indeed, many of this event’s 100 exhibitors are making their first-ever appearance at a fair. On view will be art, furniture, jewelry, and carpets ranging from antiquity through today — all vetted in keeping with BADA standards.

For more details, please visit theopenartfair.com.


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