Queues around the block at the Art Car Boot fair!

Vintage Vauxhall and Antiques Markets at The Workshop, Film created by TheFilmMenu.com

Vauxhall Vintage & Antiques ‘Mini Market’
@ The Art Car Boot Fair, Sunday 9th July 2017. The Workshop, London.

The Art Car Boot Fair established in 2004 features literally hundreds of artists from Turner prize-winners to emerging young artists, and more recently the cream of the urban art scene. The idea is simply that the artists show up in person to flog their specially made just-for-the-day wares. It’s all run like a club where all the participants are invited by us or recommended by other booters. Vauxhall Motors sponsor the Art Car Boot Fair and the original Vauxhall Motor Car was produced in 1903!

Vauxhall Vintage & Antiques Markets (a monthly feature at The Workshop) are part of the Art Car Boot, offering a boutique ‘Mini Market Experience! We are an eclectic collective of professional UK and European dealers selling a wide range of high quality antiques, vintage, art & accessories, architectural reclamation, brocante, collectors items, quirky and unique 20th and 21st century design. Plus we promote the services of; Restoration experts, Interior Designers, Upholsterers, Framers, Designers, Makers, Artists, Crafters, Artisans …The dealers on the day;

  • Retrouvius  Architectural Salvage & Design
  • Brocant Antique Hunt Europe for the unusual and quirky
  • Brique  Fine vintage and rustic antiques for timeless living
  • Robert Eagle Fine Art devoted to the work of artists, especially British and Irish artists of the 20th century. Also offering a framing service
  • Michel Original French posters from 50’s, 60’s, 70’s, 80’s and 90’s

PLUS Vauxhall resident and supporter of the Vauxhall Vintage & Antiques Market the author, publisher, and expert on the BBC Antiques Roadshow Mark Hill will be at the Art Car Boot Fair. Bringing ‘The Horrors of War’ a series of ten dramatic and graphically brutal copper plate etchings by French artist Pierre-Georges Jeanniot (1848-1934). This will be the first time that they have been seen in public at an event since 1915. On a lighter and more decorative note, Mark is also bringing a series of framed unique and original 1930s Art Deco gouaches by the talented artist Gwendolyn Young.

The venue The Workshop is a temporary community and events space dedicated to inspiring creativity and knowledge exchange. It is home to the London Fire Brigade pop up museum and many other creatives.  


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