Events and conferences

Industry events for the art and antiques trade are often organised by dealer and auctioneer associations but others are managed independently and operate as commercial enterprises.


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Jacobson shows a personal touch

19 August 2019

Bernard Jacobson, who has bought and dealt in works by artists such as Henri Matisse, David Hockney and Ben Nicholson, is not afraid to show off a little.

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West country dealers keeping busy in August

19 August 2019

This still-life painting by Joan Gillchrest (1918-2008), offered for £1995, is part of an online exhibition staged by Devon dealership British Ceramics and Paintings.

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Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert announces series of shows on Paolozzi as gallery begins representation of estate

16 August 2019

London dealership Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert has announced its representation of the estate of Eduardo Paolozzi (1924-2005) with plans for an exhibition on the British artist this autumn.

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Welsh gallery sings praises of a quiet life

12 August 2019

'View from the Back of 72 Bute Street' is one of the pictures by Welsh painter Charles Burton available at Martin Tinney Gallery this month.

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Modern Mexican photography, Lee Krasner at the Barbican, and other places to see and buy art around London this weekend

09 August 2019

From the sun-drenched photos of Mexico’s Manuel Álvarez Bravo to Lee Krasner’s vivid abstracts, there is plenty of art to see and buy around the capital this weekend.

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William Morris Gallery launches Bauhaus exhibition fundraising campaign

08 August 2019

An exhibition exploring links between William Morris and Bauhaus, two of the most important names in the last 150 years of design, is set to launch in London provided enough money is raised.

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Medieval oak sculpture collection goes on public display in Derbyshire for the first time

06 August 2019

A Derbyshire family will host a new exhibition showing a private collection of medieval sculptures in Haddon Hall in Bakewell this autumn.

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Textiles testament to the past on show from dealer's collection

05 August 2019

Patchworks stitched together by successive generations in poor Japanese communities offered in Kensington exhibition

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Mirror images give snapshot of Paris style

05 August 2019

Original lithographs by Joan Miró and Marc Chagall star at Eames Fine Art’s exhibition 'Behind the Mirror'. Held at the Bermondsey galley from August 8-September 1, the show is named for the magazine, Derrière le Miroir, the leading modern art publication in 20th century Paris along with Verve.

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Three exhibitions about women and photography in London this weekend plus other places to see and buy art

02 August 2019

Women get behind and in front of the lens (and sometimes both at once) at three exhibitions on show in London this weekend.

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Symposium launched at London Art Week winter edition

30 July 2019

Dates and preliminary details for the second London Art Week winter edition have been announced.

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Where to see and buy art in London this summer weekend including animal paintings at Omer Tiroche

26 July 2019

The sun is out and so is school. It’s an ideal time to check out some of the capital’s diverse art offerings.

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Art trade challenges in focus at next London Art Business Conference

23 July 2019

The potential impact of Brexit is high on the agenda at the next Art Business Conference with export licensing and the global view of the art market among the topics up for discussion.

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Swiss river view sets the scene for London dealer showcase

22 July 2019

Alexandre Calame’s oil on canvas The River Lutschine near Lauterbrunnen was one of the highlight sales during this summer’s London Art Week (LAW).

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Petworth gallery stages exhibition of art by four from the Hitchens family

20 July 2019

Art by four generations of the Hitchens family is on show at Kevis House Gallery this summer.

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Gloucestershire auction house teams up with John Lewis to promote green credentials of art and antiques

17 July 2019

Moore Allen & Innocent is hoping to future-proof its business with a series of steps including a tie-up with John Lewis.

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Bird images by Elizabeth Gould takes centre stage at Sotheran’s show

15 July 2019

Vivid and lifelike, the lithograph of an Ariel Toucan shown below first appeared in a monograph by British naturalist John Gould (1804-81), 'The Bird Man'. Despite being in the hand of his wife Elizabeth (1804-41), this, like most of the illustrations in John’s publications, was long considered to be essentially his work.

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Cream of the Cornish art scene

15 July 2019

Patrick Heron’s screenprint 'January 1973: 12 1973' is among the offerings at Belgrave St Ives’ summer exhibition of Modern art.

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Zoffany drawing and Chelsea mug shine in London Art Week

08 July 2019

A black and white chalk on paper drawing of Jupiter and Antiope by Johan Zoffany (1733-1810) was among the highlight sales during London Art Week (LAW).

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Dealer serves up a loan to tea exhibition

08 July 2019

A Henry Clay polychrome tea caddy, c.1785, in the manner of Robert Adam is among the pieces lent by dealer Mark Goodger of Hampton Antiques to be featured in Compton Verney Art Gallery’s exhibition A Tea Journey: From the mountains to the table.

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