For nine days, collectors and enthusiasts can travel back in time to enjoy and buy more than 25 thousand genuine pieces, all at least fifty years old.
A new edition of Almoneda ANTIK PASSION has arrived, the leading event for antiques, vintage and collecting, which now have their own place on Madrid’s cultural agenda, which will take place from 30 March to 7 April in Hall 7 of IFEMA-Feria de Madrid.
Again this year, Almoneda ANTIK PASSION offers an exciting encounter with thousands of genuine, unique pieces, and allows visitors to travel back in time and enjoy and buy over 25 thousand genuine pieces, all at least fifty years old, including furniture, jewellery, watches, clothes, household linen, handbags and fashion accessories, carpets, antique and contemporary paintings and sculpture, books, facsimiles, and more. Almoneda is also an outstanding showcase for works of painting and sculpture by established and contemporary artists and unique decorative objects from the 40s, 50s, 60s and 70s.
All this makes Almoneda ANTIK PASSION a collector’s paradise with direct sales of ornaments, fashion, art and the collectables of different styles, periods and provenances, where visitors can see for themselves that old and exclusive does not necessarily mean expensive.
As usual, Tuesday 2 April will be the open day at the fair, with free entry for all visitors.
The Antik Passion Stage
At this year’s edition, the Fair is aiming to boost its social media visibility with a series of events. Among other initiatives, this year’s event will include the Antik Passion stage, alongside the exhibition area. This space will be the venue for interviews with people attending the Fair –such as exhibitors and personalities– which will be broadcast on Facebook Live.
During the Fair days, ALMONEDA ANTIK PASSION will be open from 12 noon to 9 pm.
WHAT: ALMONEDA ANTIK PASSION | Fair for Antiques, Art Galleries and Collecting
DATES: From 30 March to 7 April 2019 | From 12:00 to 21:00 hours
OPENING HOURS: Hall 7 | IFEMA, Feria de Madrid |
PRICE: €8 |Tuesday, 2 April, free entry