Saturday, July 16, 2016

Fine Art News – Upcoming Art Fairs

Luxury watch connoisseurs and collectors are also interested in collecting art-crafts of antique to contemporary. Here are some upcoming art fairs where you can discover the artistic masterpieces that can be collected as good investing options like your expensive luxury watches:-

ART FAIR (London) - Tribal Art London, 1-4 September, 2016: (Preview, 31st August) The only UK event for collectors of non-Western art, Tribal Art London is an exciting international fair held at Mall Galleries, London SW1 with more than 20 expert dealers from the UK, Europe, USA and Australia.  Works offered are original purpose, pre-tourist trade, fine quality objects originating from the Americas, Africa, Europe, Asia and the Pacific regions.  The Fair also includes photography and other ethnographica, contemporary non-Western art, specialist book-dealers and publishers. 

ART FAIR (Paris)  -  Tomasso Brothers Fine Art premiers at La Biennale des Antiquaires, 10-18 September 2016: A collection of erotic art from antiquity to the neoclassical period, and important discoveries by the gallery, will be among highlights on their stand, including a bronze bust of Modios Asiatikos by François Girardon, court sculptor to Louis XI; a unique terracotta bust of the French philosopher Michel de Montaigne by the great Flemish sculptor Gilles-Lambert Godecharle, and an impressive seventeenth century bronze version of Alessandro Algardi’s Infant Hercules wrestling a Snake. 

ART / DESIGN EVENT (London)  -  The Autumn Decorative Antiques & Textiles Fair, 27 September-2 October 2016: Scandi Days & Nordic Nights will be the themed Foyer display at the biggest-ever Decorative Fair (160+ dealers), mixing 18th, 19th and 20th century designs from Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland to create a thoroughly modern look.  Style-savvy private buyers and the interiors trade flock to the Decorative Fair in Battersea Park seeking out key pieces and statement furniture such as tables, cabinets and armoires, seating, mirrors and lights, as well as unusual objects and works of art to create collections for unique interiors.  The Decorative is a favoured hunting ground for Rose Uniacke, Paul Smith, Terence Conran and many other design world aficionados. 

ART FAIR (Hong Kong)  -  Fine Art Asia, 2-5 October 2016: Asia’s foremost fair dedicated to art and antiques, excelling in Asian masterpieces in particular. Uniquely for the region, it showcases a wide range of collectible fine art from both Asia and the West, spanning 5,000 years of cultural history from antiquity to the present day. Museum-quality works of art are offered by dealers from Europe and the East including jewellery, ink paintings, sculpture, Asian antiquities, modern and Old Master art. 

EXHIBITION (Norwich)  -  Fiji: Art and Life in the Pacific, 15 Oct 2016-12 Feb 2017: This ground-breaking, internationally important event will be the largest exhibition about Fiji ever assembled, taking the visitor on a journey through the art and cultural history of this exciting Pacific island nation since the late 18th century.  Over 270 works of art, including European paintings and historic photographs to contextualise the Fijian art, will be displayed at the Norman Foster-designed Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts at the UEA, Norwich.

ART FAIR (New York)  -  Tomasso Brothers Fine Art participate in the first ever TEFAF NY Fair, 21-26 October 2016: Dino and Raffaello Tomasso are recognised internationally for specialising in important European sculpture from the early Renaissance to the Neoclassical periods, with particular expertise in European Renaissance bronzes, along with an in-depth knowledge of Old Master paintings and objets d’art.  Please contact for further information.

ART GALLERY / EXHIBITION (London) - Haynes Fine Art opens on Pimlico Road, London SW1: The UK’s largest regional art dealership, which has been operating in Broadway, in The Cotswolds, since 1971, has launched a London base in the heart of the capital’s upmarket design district.  The Pimlico Road gallery features modern and contemporary works by internationally-renowned names like Warhol, Lowry, Seago, Russell Flint and Banksy, while Broadway continues to focus on more traditional paintings.  A major selling exhibition will shortly be announced for the late Autumn season and run-up to Christmas. 

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