Collier Webb are thrilled to be supporting Collect 2019, The International Art Fair for Modern Craft and Design.
As part of the Pimlico Road Design District and Grosvenor Britain & Ireland, we are collaborating with highly acclaimed interior designer, Douglas Mackie to create a stunning VIP room at Collect 2019. Other brands involved in this exciting collaboration are our fellow Pimlico Road designers & makers, Cox London, FBC London, Luke Irwin, Soane Britain and Howe London.
Presented by the Crafts Council and now in its 15th year, Collect is a celebration of modern craft and design. Hosted at the Saatchi Gallery, London from 28th February to 3rd March 2019, this unique art fair provides the perfect opportunity to discover and invest in exceptional work produced in the last five years by living artists, much of which is made exclusively for the Fair.
Alongside 45 participating galleries will be Collect Open consisting of 15 artists showcasing ambitious and conceptual craft-led installations.
The VIP room will offer the perfect setting for private views and preview evenings, complete with several pieces of artwork selected by the Crafts Council and Douglas Mackie.
Collier Webb are honoured to be commissioning several pieces of bespoke furniture and lighting specified by Douglas. Collect 2019 has provided the perfect opportunity to collaborate with our fellow Pimlico Road designers and to shine a light on some of the incredible makers and craftspeople making a positive impact on the modern design world.
To find out more about the fair and to book tickets, visit the Collect 2019 website here.
WIN A PAIR OF VIP PASSES TO THE EXCLUSIVE COLLECTOR’S VIEW…
Win a Collect VIP pass, comprising of an invitation to the Collector’s View taking place on Wednesday 27 February 2019 from 6 – 9pm for you and one guest, access to the Pimlico Road Design District sponsored VIP Lounge created by Collier Webb, Cox London, FBC London, Luke Irwin and Soane Britain and curated by Douglas Mackie, and unlimited access to the fair over five days.
Header image courtesy of the Crafts Council, artwork: Making Connections Pink & Grey Arch by Joshua Kerley, represented by Bullseye Projects