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Asian Art in London - 1 – 10 November 2018

Asian Art in London 2018 links with Asia House, China Exchange, Korean Culture Centre and the newly opened Japan House, broadening the reach of the Event as never before. 


 

Antiques News & Fairs - Asian Art in London - 1 – 10 November 2018

Runjeet Singh - Two Persia Bazu-Band dated 19th Century (Qajar period), size 360mm (14.25 inches).

AAL Gallery Hops take place during each day of the Late Night Openings. Please visit the AAL website for Hop details. The Kensington Church Street Hop, will end at the newly opened Japan House.

The 2018 AAL Party takes place on Thursday 1 November at The Magazine, Serpentine Sackler Gallery, Hyde Park, designed by award winning Iraqi-British architect, the late Zaha Hadid. Tickets £80, available online via the AAL website. The evening includes ‘The Emerging Artist Award’; guests can vote and interact during the party via various online devices. Tickets also enable guests to enter a holiday for two competition, care of The St. Regis Singapore.

The winners to be announced on the 1st.

Asian Art in London - 1 – 10 November 2018
 Malcolm Fairley  - An Imari charger decorated in underglaze blue, iron red, coloured enamels and gilding with a central panel of a dragon in clouds, the border with panels of shi shi.Circa 1700, diameter 54.2cm.


Asian Art in London - 1 – 10 November 2018

Nagel Auktionen - Hardwood folding chair with horseshoe back and carved landscape decor, China, late Ming Dynasty H. 88.7 cm


Satellite Events during AAL this year include: China Exchange, “Winter Blossom Fair”, 9-11 November; Asia House, hosting a talk by photographer Richard Wilding, 6 November (6.45pm) and a concert with Amrit Kaur Lohia, Tuesday 30 October (7.30pm). The Design Centre Chelsea Harbour, celebrates with a week of contemporary Asian art and design, including a first ever (loan) exhibit of the Hugentobler Collection of South East Asian paintings. AAL participants exhibiting at the DCCH include: Kamal Bakhshi Modern Asian Art, SAGG Gallery, Art China U.K, October Gallery, Genrokuart and Han Collection.

The AAL Discussion Panel titled; “Asian Artists, in London: Voice and Representation in the Art World”, takes place at Sotheby’s Institute on Wednesday 7th November (6pm for 6.30pm start).

New Participants:

Robert Hales with ‘Fine Oriental Arms & Armour’ at the Weiss Gallery; Martindale Chinese Art, ‘Recent Acquisitions’ at Stoppenbach & Delestre; Davinder Toor also at Weiss Gallery with ‘Indian & Islamic Works of Art’; BachmannEckenstein, with ‘Japanese Eccentrics’ at Gallery 8, St James's; October Gallery with solo exhibition of works by Tian Wei in their Bloomsbury Gallery, in addition to their exhibition at DCCH; Laudek Holding Ltd show works by Zhao Chun, at the Four Seasons Hotel, Tower Hill.

New auctioneers to AAL 2018; Dukes, Cambi Auctioneers, Roseberys and Sworders.

Asian Art in London - 1 – 10 November 2018

Greg Baker Asian Art - Osamu Suzuki (1926 – 2001) A ceramic sculpture mounted on a wood panel, Japan, 20th century, Shōwa period, circa 1960, Dimensions H. 27.5cm x W. 33.5cm (11” x 13¼”).

Titled Exhibits during AAL:

Raquelle Azran Vietnamese Contemporary Fine Art, Indochine Scenes: Vietnamese & French Paintings from the 1900s. Eskenazi Ltd, Six Dynasties art from the Norman A Kurland collection Part Two; Francesca Galloway, Indian Miniatures from the Ludwig Habighorst Collection in addition to Textiles from the Subcontinent - Late 17-19th Century; Grosvenor Gallery, Olivia Fraser: Miniatures; Sydney L Moss, Devils, Demons & Bakemono; Priestley & Ferraro, Symbol & Support: The Elephant’s Role In Chinese Art in addition to Song Ceramics & Works of Art; Runjeet Singh, The Goddess: Arms & Armour of the Rajputs; Jorge Welsh Works of Art, Through Distant Eyes: Portraiture in Chinese Export Art.

For all exhibit details vist Asian Art in London 


AAL 2018 Late Night Openings: Saturday 3 November (Kensington Church Street) Sunday 4 November (St James’s) and Monday 5 November (Mayfair).

Antiques News & Fairs - Asian Art in London - 1 – 10 November 2018

Davinder Toor - The court of Maharaja Ranjit Singh, Bishan Singh (1836–c 1900), Amritsar or Lahore, Punjab, 1864.






 




News & Fairs Previews

Asian Art in London - 1 – 10 November 2018

Asian Art in London 2018 links with Asia House, China Exchange, Korean Culture Centre and the newly opened Japan House, broadening the reach of the Event as never before. 


 

Antiques News & Fairs - Asian Art in London - 1 – 10 November 2018

Runjeet Singh - Two Persia Bazu-Band dated 19th Century (Qajar period), size 360mm (14.25 inches).

AAL Gallery Hops take place during each day of the Late Night Openings. Please visit the AAL website for Hop details. The Kensington Church Street Hop, will end at the newly opened Japan House.

The 2018 AAL Party takes place on Thursday 1 November at The Magazine, Serpentine Sackler Gallery, Hyde Park, designed by award winning Iraqi-British architect, the late Zaha Hadid. Tickets £80, available online via the AAL website. The evening includes ‘The Emerging Artist Award’; guests can vote and interact during the party via various online devices. Tickets also enable guests to enter a holiday for two competition, care of The St. Regis Singapore.

The winners to be announced on the 1st.

Asian Art in London - 1 – 10 November 2018
 Malcolm Fairley  - An Imari charger decorated in underglaze blue, iron red, coloured enamels and gilding with a central panel of a dragon in clouds, the border with panels of shi shi.Circa 1700, diameter 54.2cm.


Asian Art in London - 1 – 10 November 2018

Nagel Auktionen - Hardwood folding chair with horseshoe back and carved landscape decor, China, late Ming Dynasty H. 88.7 cm


Satellite Events during AAL this year include: China Exchange, “Winter Blossom Fair”, 9-11 November; Asia House, hosting a talk by photographer Richard Wilding, 6 November (6.45pm) and a concert with Amrit Kaur Lohia, Tuesday 30 October (7.30pm). The Design Centre Chelsea Harbour, celebrates with a week of contemporary Asian art and design, including a first ever (loan) exhibit of the Hugentobler Collection of South East Asian paintings. AAL participants exhibiting at the DCCH include: Kamal Bakhshi Modern Asian Art, SAGG Gallery, Art China U.K, October Gallery, Genrokuart and Han Collection.

The AAL Discussion Panel titled; “Asian Artists, in London: Voice and Representation in the Art World”, takes place at Sotheby’s Institute on Wednesday 7th November (6pm for 6.30pm start).

New Participants:

Robert Hales with ‘Fine Oriental Arms & Armour’ at the Weiss Gallery; Martindale Chinese Art, ‘Recent Acquisitions’ at Stoppenbach & Delestre; Davinder Toor also at Weiss Gallery with ‘Indian & Islamic Works of Art’; BachmannEckenstein, with ‘Japanese Eccentrics’ at Gallery 8, St James's; October Gallery with solo exhibition of works by Tian Wei in their Bloomsbury Gallery, in addition to their exhibition at DCCH; Laudek Holding Ltd show works by Zhao Chun, at the Four Seasons Hotel, Tower Hill.

New auctioneers to AAL 2018; Dukes, Cambi Auctioneers, Roseberys and Sworders.

Asian Art in London - 1 – 10 November 2018

Greg Baker Asian Art - Osamu Suzuki (1926 – 2001) A ceramic sculpture mounted on a wood panel, Japan, 20th century, Shōwa period, circa 1960, Dimensions H. 27.5cm x W. 33.5cm (11” x 13¼”).

Titled Exhibits during AAL:

Raquelle Azran Vietnamese Contemporary Fine Art, Indochine Scenes: Vietnamese & French Paintings from the 1900s. Eskenazi Ltd, Six Dynasties art from the Norman A Kurland collection Part Two; Francesca Galloway, Indian Miniatures from the Ludwig Habighorst Collection in addition to Textiles from the Subcontinent - Late 17-19th Century; Grosvenor Gallery, Olivia Fraser: Miniatures; Sydney L Moss, Devils, Demons & Bakemono; Priestley & Ferraro, Symbol & Support: The Elephant’s Role In Chinese Art in addition to Song Ceramics & Works of Art; Runjeet Singh, The Goddess: Arms & Armour of the Rajputs; Jorge Welsh Works of Art, Through Distant Eyes: Portraiture in Chinese Export Art.

For all exhibit details vist Asian Art in London 


AAL 2018 Late Night Openings: Saturday 3 November (Kensington Church Street) Sunday 4 November (St James’s) and Monday 5 November (Mayfair).

Antiques News & Fairs - Asian Art in London - 1 – 10 November 2018

Davinder Toor - The court of Maharaja Ranjit Singh, Bishan Singh (1836–c 1900), Amritsar or Lahore, Punjab, 1864.