MADA

Stable Events launches MADA art and antiques fair

Stable Events, organiser of Blenheim Palace International Horse Trials and The Game Fair, has launched MADA, the Midlands Art, Design, and Antiques Fair.

It will take place at Birmingham’s NEC from April 5-7, 2024 and hopes to attract collectors, art enthusiasts, and interior designers

MADA is proud to partner with the LAPADA (The Association of Art and Antiques Dealers). This collaboration ensures that MADA maintains the highest standards of quality and authenticity, setting it apart as a must-attend event in the world of art and antiques.

The fair will feature more than 100 exhibitors and showcase an array of items, including jewellery, furniture, carpets, fine art, tapestries and much more.

Richard Hease, chairman of MADA, said: “We are thrilled to launch MADA and bring this exciting event to the Midlands. This fair represents a fusion of history and contemporary creativity, offering a treasure trove of art, design, and antiques. With LAPADA’s support, we are confident that MADA will become a pivotal event on the art and antiques calendar. Open to everyone it will be a great opportunity for first timers to come along and immerse themselves in this incredible world of creativity and treasure hunting!”

At the heart of the fair will be four room sets for visitors to explore and gain inspiration from leading interior designers. Offering a captivating display, these rooms will show how antique and contemporary elements can seamlessly blend to create stunning interior spaces. It’s an opportunity to learn from the experts and explore innovative ideas on how to mix and match the old with the new to achieve timeless and harmonious design.

MADA will occupy Hall 7 at the NEC, and tickets are now available at £10 each.