PAD London is one of the most expected art exhibitions in London. Collectors, curators and consultants are attracted to the transformed mecca of the art until 14th October.
The Pavilion of Art+Design (known as PAD London) located in Berkeley Square, welcomes its sixth edition with 65 leading modern and contemporary dealers.
PAD’s new design galleries this year are all contemporary specialists, including Gallery Seomi, from Seoul; Pearl Lam Design, from Shangai and Hong Kong; Gallery Fumy, from London and Hervé Van Der Straeten, from Paris.
Contemporary furniture is particularly strong. Champion of that scene, perhaps, is Will Shannon, who was the winner of the all-new PAD London Prize (supported by Moet Hennessy) for his ‘Luna Table’ made from newspapers and concrete, and the ‘Kiln House’, a silver model depicting the fictional workplace of an inner city potte.
We highlight the most rare pieces which you can admire and, if you can afford it, we strongly recommend you to acquire one of these valuous items.
Photography: Cécil Mathieu / Courtesy Galerie Hervé Van der Straeten