The Salon d’Antibes is one of the most important antique fairs in France and a major art event in Europe for collectors and lovers of Antiquities and modern art.
This fair has been a meeting place for collectors for more than 40 years where hundreds of exhibitors have attended and participated. Some works include contemporary artists from the 20th century such as Tracey Emin, Mark Quinn, Commas and Georges Mathieu.
Every year, more than 100 French and foreign exhibitors as well as more than 30,000 visitors attend and participate in this fair showcasing collections of second-hand goods, antique jewellery, art objects and vintage furniture.
The Salon d’Antibes has been operating as a non-profit fair ever since its creation. This is a great way to guarantee the independence of its organisers whose aim is to bring together professionals, amateurs and collectors who share the same passion.
This fair usually lasts for around ten days, so if you happen to be visiting Antibes in September you might be able to attend and admire all the vintage collections.