During the upcoming Easter holidays, collectors from Germany and a number of selected international dealers will be transforming the Kurhaus, one of Baden‐Baden’s most distinctive buildings, into a paradise for art enthusiasts and collectors from around the world!
Trading under the FINE ART banner, this successful trade fair concept is back in the Kurhaus, from 18th to 21th April, for its second instalment. Last year, the fair for art, antiques and design celebrated its premiere, parallel, incidentally, to the Berlin Philharmonic’s first Easter Festival in Baden‐Baden.
With its FINE ART brand, MAC Hoffmann the trade fair organizers from Vienna, are exporting an idea that has enjoyed decades of success in Salzburg and one that lends itself perfectly to the sounds of classical music. As a result, this Easter our beautiful town will be turned into a unique cultural meeting point with the Berlin Philharmonic and its principal conductor Simon Rattle inspiring us in the Festspielhaus and valuable exhibits from the world of art, antiques and design delighting us in the Kurhaus.
Rumour has it that the focus of the second FINE ART fair in Baden‐Baden will be Classic Modernism. On offer will be a wide selection of modern and contemporary art, Oriental art, antiques, paintings und graphic works, glass, furniture, handicrafts, jewellery, rugs, silver, porcelain, timepieces, sculptures, art deco, icons, historic luggage and beautiful old walking sticks.
A whole host of valuable treasures are simply waiting to be discovered!
Your Marcus Schindler