Feriarte is Spain’s most prominent art and antique event and has been taking place in Madrid since the 80s. From the best works from classical antiquity and millennium-old cultures to 20th-century design and contemporary art, all have their place at the fair. As well as show-casing antiques, Feriarte is also a great contemporary art gallery where you can find the work of today’s most important and highly regarded artists. It is a highly anticipated event, taking place just once a year in the autumn, and anyone with even a passing interest in art and antiques should be sure to attend at least once in their lives.
Thousands of people attend the Feriarte event each year and it only continues to grow in reputation and popularity year after year. The organizers of Feriarte place a notable emphasis on the quality of the exhibited works, which is one of the reasons it is so well attended. This attention to quality is not limited to the pieces on display, but also to the presentation of the exhibit halls themselves. Spaces are well managed, decor and layout are well thought out, and there is always plenty of space, no matter the crowds in attendance.
More than 80 antique dealers and art galleries take part in Feriarte. The event consistently proves itself to be a meeting point for lovers of art and interior design, as well as the best showcase for collectors, antique dealers, gallery owners, and museum directors from Spain and abroad. Items on display include furniture, decorative objects, jewellery, antique books and maps, archaeological pieces, oriental artwork, pre-Columbian and tribal art, and so much more.
Feriarte has an expert committee of more than 50 specialists, who monitor the quality and authenticity of the items on display. Therefore, whether you a hardened collector or a first-time buyer, you can be confident of buying a piece of exceptional standards when shopping at this fair.