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.


Gallerist John Kasmin unveils his private photo collection

08 July 2024

An exhibition of over 100 previously unseen photographs taken by the renegade gallerist John Kasmin is showing at Lyndsey Ingram until August 16.


A week with a wealth of variety

08 July 2024

Annual London showcase of dealer exhibitions offers wide range of artists and styles across 500 years

Pop rendition of Amy Winehouse kissing Blake Fielder-Civil

Fine Art Society hosts a major exhibition of British pop artist Gerald Laing

21 June 2024

Pulling together the works of Gerald Laing (1936-2011) from 1962-2011, an exhibition at the Fine Art Society has a focus on the illusions of stardom and the fabled creation of muses.

fairground carousel pig

Stay Young this summer

18 June 2024

Robert Young Antiques launches summer show in Battersea.


Start the week: Dealer shows with special look at works on paper

17 June 2024

The annual festival of art taking place at galleries across the capital and in several online shows is known as London Art Week and this year has a special focus featuring works on paper


The war effort: London gallery and museum collaborate to show hidden prints

17 June 2024

A large cycle of lithographs created more than 100 years ago and then hidden away is seeing the light thanks to a collaboration between a London gallery and the Imperial War Museum

Exhibitions to see this summer around the UK

17 June 2024

Here we present a selection of 20 museum special exhibitions taking place over the summer


Brushes with conflict: D-Day landings theme at dealer's Harrogate show

17 June 2024

World leaders and veterans recently marked the anniversary of the D-Day landings in Normandy, France. Highlighting creative responses to war from two generations of the same family is the theme of a new exhibition in Harrogate.


Sculpture focus: Walk this way

17 June 2024

Sculpture trails are part of the attractions this summer along with dealer shows and auctions


Migrant artists on the move at Sotheby’s

17 June 2024

The summer exhibition running at Sotheby’s this year focuses on works by artists who were born overseas but passed through or settled in the UK permanently.


Pimlico Road dealer’s own collection on show as he marks 50 years in business

17 June 2024

To mark five decades in the business, Anthony Outred has selected several items from his private collection for a selling exhibition, including a rosewood brass inlaid centre table with a Roman mosaic top c.1770-90.


Paper chasers: British Museum shows off recent print purchases

17 June 2024

The British Museum never stands still when it comes to acquiring works on paper, as a new exhibition showcasing purchases over the past 20 years demonstrates


Hey presto, it’s painter Giordano

10 June 2024

Exhibition showcases work of Neapolitan Baroque artist who was famed for the speed of his production


Seago stays close to East Anglian roots

03 June 2024

Flooding in the Waveney Valley features among a group of more than 50 paintings by Edward Seago (1910-74) on show at Portland Gallery this month.


Exotic birds from Bussy's brush flock to Browse & Darby

27 May 2024

From toucans to parakeets, Browse & Darby’s summer exhibition concerns the exotic birds and other animals painted by Simon Bussy (1870-1954), a French artist linked to the Bloomsbury Set.


Mod Brit dealer puts the spotlight on painter teacher Norman Clark

27 May 2024

Show covers highly rated British artist who was content to keep a low profile

Lucian Freud portrait

Sotheby’s announces details of latest summer show

24 May 2024

Sotheby’s is hosting an exhibition in London this summer featuring 12 works loaned from museums. All the works are by artists who were born overseas but passed through or settled in the UK permanently.


Showpiece collection of British ceramics comes from Australia

20 May 2024

Australian pharmaceutical chemist Robert Francis Burke started building his collection of Chelsea and Worcester porcelain in the 1970s, long before the days of the internet.


Impressionism anniversary marked in major St James's exhibition

20 May 2024

Gallery with family connections stages a show 150 years on from Paris exhibition where the art movement began


Bernini stars in first Dickinson sculpture exhibition

13 May 2024

Dickinson holds its first exhibition in the field with Renaissance artists going under the spotlight