Report of the current exhibition on antique carpets and textiles from Berlin


The pre-opening of the Berlin Antique Rugs & Textile exhibition took place on Thursday evening May 30, 2013 and was well attended with around 120 visitors. The fair opened to the public on Friday May 31 at 11:00 a.m. and the early hours were busy for the 25 antique carpets and textiles merchants.

The quality of the carpets and textiles on display is as expected high and the dealers seem quite satisfied with the professional organization behind this show. BARE is organized by Carpet Collector and Tim Steinert and his team do a great job of keeping visitors and dealers happy.

Mollaian Farzin’s stand, Ferrara, Italy
Aaron Nejad Antique Carpets’ stand, London
Kolya von Somogyi, Austria.
Collectors are not always 50 and over. Scene from the stand of Orientteppich-Galerie Hoxha
Saryk Kapanuk first half of the 19th century. Langauer Art Textile, Austria
Thomas Wild, Berlin
18th century Saryk main rug. Exhibitor Aaron Nejad Antique Rugs
Mark Berkovich (left) and Udo Langauer at the stand of Marvadim Textile Art, Israel
Motamedi’s stand, Hamburg. At the bottom Maryam and Amin Motamedi
A very rare Kordi Baloch in mixed media. Exhibitor Herbert Bieler, Vienna

BARE will run until Sunday June 2 when the fair and exhibition will close at 6:00 p.m. Opening hours Saturday June 1 is from 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. So make a quick decision and head to Berlin if you’re not already there.

More articles: NU 2013

Location and more information: BARE Molkenmakt 2, 10179, Berlin

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