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28 October 2019
Story timeAntique Trade Gazette
A wealth of objects shelter under the great ‘Asian art’ umbrella — together representing five millennia of artistic endeavour across one quarter of the globe. Here we preview a series of Asian art objects available for sale at galleries and auctions over the next month, and each from a different moment in time or geography. From the cult of Monju to the beginning of a new Japanese imperial era — all tell a compelling tale. Compiled by Roland Arkell, Laura Chesters, Frances Allitt and Noelle McElhatton
09 October 2019
2019 Guardian Fine Art Asia soon to be unveiled at an unprecedented scale at the end of Octoberpeople.cn
27 June 2019
Masterpiece preview: summer’s smartest art fair returns for the 10th yearThe Telegraph
The collecting fair Masterpiece, which opens to the public tomorrow, is now in its 10th year, and in that decade has become a fixture of the London Season. Beautifully sited in the South Grounds of Chelsea’s Royal Hospital, even Mayfair would be too far east for this event which is as social as it’s serious.
27 June 2019
What to see at the 10th Edition Masterpiece London Art Fairmalymail.com
LONDON, June 27 ― The cross-disciplinary art fair, now in its 10th edition, will open on June 27 in its venue at the Royal Hospital in London's chic Chelsea district.
24 June 2019
The best of Masterpiece 2019Apollo Magazine
As summer begins and the mercury rises, so the UK capital’s art-world population grows, as collectors and curators arrive in the city to see what the auction houses and galleries have on offer. Now in its 10th year, Masterpiece London – the fair that prides itself on its eclecticism – is an important part of this pilgrimage.
30 May 2019
Les Enluminures Returns to Masterpiece LondonFine Books & Collections
London -- Les Enluminures is pleased to be returning to Masterpiece London, where the company will share for the second year in a row a themed stand with Daniel Crouch Rare Books on the subject of "Sapiens: Mapping the History of Ideas." Les Enluminures and Daniel Crouch Rare Books contribute to the fair's mission as the "world's leading cross-collecting fair" by exhibiting diverse works in dialog with each other — manuscripts, historic rings and jewelry, with maps, globes, and printed books on travel and exploration. This year's theme is inspired by the publishing phenomenon by Yuval Noah Harari "Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind" (2015) which offers an "absorbing, provocative history of civilization" (Financial Times). We have taken seriously Harari's dictum: "We study history not to know the future but to widen our horizons."