PAD London Art Fair in Mayfair, London W1J
- by CityWest Residential
Situated at the eastern end of Hyde Park is exclusive Mayfair, conveniently located between Oxford Street, Regent Street, Piccadilly and Park Lane. The elegant postcode is in the very heart of London’s West End - known worldwide as one of London’s most affluent and expensive areas in which to live and work.
For hundreds of years residents have included some of the most powerful people on the planet, including British prime ministers and royalty. To this day, Mayfair is a popular choice with bankers, wealthy investors and foreign ambassadors, as well as artists from the world of entertainment.
The stunning Georgian architecture and graceful garden squares provide an elegant backdrop to some of London's most fashionable boutiques, couture fashion houses and Michelin starred restaurants.
The area is also well known for hosting a wide variety of arts and cultural events, including the PAD London Art Fair. Held in Mayfair’s Berkeley Square, this annual event brings together a host of modern art, design, and photography, as well as decorative pieces, reflecting the event’s open-minded approach to exquisite design.
Having joined forces with some of the industry’s most influential artists and designers from around the world, PAD (Pavilion of Art & Design) provides a platform for artists from Asia, North America, and Europe to display their work to wide, appreciative audiences.
Now in its 9th year, the event takes place around the 14th-18th October each year and displays up to 62 galleries of inspiring art in various forms. PAD not only attracts visitors from the UK, but also sees some of the art industry’s most influential figures; international art buyers travel to London to experience this annual art and cultural highlight.
Ticket prices are £20 for adults, £10 for students and free for those under the age of 15.
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