BADA Members at the forefront of Asian Art in Londons anniversary events.

Posted: 2017-08-31 11:40:50 - Last updated: 2017-08-31 11:41:37

Asian Art in London, the internationally renowned event which seeks to promote London as a centre of expertise for the finest Asian art, will celebrate its 20th anniversary in 2017 with an exceptional programme of events, taking place from Thursday 2 November to Saturday 11 November.

No fewer than 16 BADA members will be hosting exclusive exhibitions designed to coincide with the week-long celebration of Asian art, covering a wide range of mediums and specialisms:

A specialist in Japanese paper screens, hanging scrolls and Buddhist art, Gregg Baker Asian Art will be hosting an exhibition ‘Out of the Shadows’ from November 2 – December 2 at their premises, 142 Kensington Church Street.

Rosemary Bandini Ltd will be exhibiting a collection of Japanese Netsuke, Kiseruzutsu, Lacquer and Works of Art at Gallery 8, 8 Duke Street, St James from November 1-10, while Berwald will be displaying a selection of Recently Acquired Chinese Ceramics at their premises at 17 Clifford Street, Mayfair from November 2-10.

Brun Fine Art will be exhibiting recent acquisitions in antique Asian ceramics, jades and bronzes at 38 Old Bond Street from November 2-11, while Cohen & Cohen have an exhibition of Chinese export porcelain, entitled ‘Take Two’ at the premises of fellow BADA members Colnaghi, 26 Bury Street, St James’s, November 2-11.

Eskenazi Ltd will be exhibiting ‘Six Dynasties of Chinese Art from the Norman A. Kurland Collection’ at 10 Clifford Street, Mayfair from November 2-25 and John Eskenazi Ltd will be showing Recent Acquisitions in Indian, Gandharan, Southeast Asian and Himalayan Art from October 5-11, please note that the exhibition is open by appointment only, call 0207 409 3001 to make an appointment.

Peter Finer will be hosting an exhibition of ‘Arms and Armour from the East’ from 2-11 November at their premises on 38-39 Duke Street, St James’s, while Sam Fogg’s exhibition ‘Islamic Calligraphy: The Rhythm of the Pen and The Art of the book’ is open at 15D Clifford Street from November 1-11.

Early Chinese Sculpture specialist Ben Janssens Oriental Art Ltd have an exhibition entitled ‘Animals and Flowers’ at M&L Fine Art, 15 Old Bond Street, Mayfair from November 2-10, and Ming and Qing dynasty ceramics specialists Marchant will be hosting a ‘Kangxi Famille Verte’ exhibition at their premises at 120 Kensington Church Street from October 30 - November 10.

At 69 Kensington Church Street, Amir Mohtashemi Ltd are holding an exhibition of recent acquisitions in Islamic and Indian works of art from November 2-11 and Japanese netsuke and classical Chinese painting specialists Sydney L. Moss Ltd are hosting an intriguing exhibition entitled ‘All Creatures Medium-Sized and Tiny’ at 12 Queen Street, Mayfair, November 2-11.

17 King Street, St James’s is the venue for Priestley & Ferraro’s exhibition ‘The Deeper Picture: Early Chinese Carved Cinnabar Lacquer’ from November 2-10, while Grace Tsumugi Fine Art Ltd will be showing Recent Acquisitions in Japanese works of art from Edo, Meiji and Taisho periods at 8 Duke Street, St James, November 2-10.

Finally, Jorge Welsh Works of Art Ltd will be hosting a special exhibition entitled ‘Turn of the Sea: Art from the Eastern Trade Routes’ at their premises 226 Kensington Church Street from November 4-11.

For more information on the events listed above and the full programme for Asian Art in London 2017 visit www.asianartinlondon.com

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