The Antibes Art Fair has been taking place in France since the late 70s. It is one of the most important and prestigious art fairs in the country and it is also a major art event in Europe. One of the reasons for this is the incredible location of Antibes Port, a historic natural harbor that has been in use since before the Roman Empire, which creates a unique atmosphere and stunning backdrop for an event celebrating art and history. The other reason is, of course, the quality of the works of art themselves that are presented during this event.
Each year, around 90 different dealers and gallery owners create exhibitions of their finest pieces at the Antibes Art Fair. Under the big top, the stands of the dealers are converted to true, temporary galleries that display many masterpieces. Outside facing the sea, the antique shops found on the beautiful esplanade in front of the port complement this incredible range. The chosen dealers are among the finest to be found and leaders in their specialties, from both France and overseas. Therefore quality and authenticity of all the pieces on display are absolutely guaranteed.
The Antibes Art Fair attracts upwards of 20,000 visitors to come along and admire the works of art on display each year. The audience is made up of passionate collectors, art lovers, other dealers, and plenty of fascinated amateurs seeking something stunning for their homes. Visitors will be treated to a choice of furniture, artworks, decorative objects, lighting, carpets, antique jewelry, tableware, and often some of the masters’ most renowned paintings.
By taking a walk through the exhibitions at the Antibes Art Fair, visitors travel through the history of art from antiquity to the 21st century. All styles of decor can be found here, from major European classics to modern art to the ancient arts of Asia. This fair is the perfect opportunity to see so much art under one roof and a rare chance to make an offer to finally own such a unique treasure.
The Antibes Art Fair has been taking place in France since the late 70s and is one of the most important and prestigious art fairs in the country, also being a major art event in Europe with around 90 different dealers and gallery owners carefully selected to take part in the fair each year to display some of the finest works of art found