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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Welsh antiques dealer enhances contemporary art show with loan of traditional furniture

20 February 2019

A 19th century Welsh oak bureau is among the furniture that Carmarthenshire dealer Tim Bowen has lent to enhance a local exhibition on creativity.

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Scottish Colourist with a world view

18 February 2019

'Portrait of a Woman in a Hat' by the Scottish Colourist John Duncan Fergusson (1874-1961) is among the 71 drawings and watercolours currently on show at Mayfair art gallery Browse & Darby.

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New York gallery offers wide selection of Japanese prints in moving out sale

15 February 2019

A wide selection of Japanese prints from the 17th-21st centuries are on offer in New York next month as a leading Japanese art gallery prepares to enter its new premises.

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Jorge Welsh hosts Chinese export porcelain conference as new book launches

07 February 2019

Jorge Welsh Research and Publishing’s conference ‘Fired to Last: The Global Reach of Chinese Export Porcelain’ coincides with its launch of a new book about a Chinese ceramic collection.

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Exhibition to celebrate the role of the dealer opens at The Bowes Museum at Barnard Castle

04 February 2019

The antiques trade descended on The Bowes Museum at Barnard Castle for the opening of an exhibition celebrating dealers’ shops, tastes, practices and their role in the creation of museum collections.

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The Bowes Museum and dealer Lennox Cato open ‘Sold! The Great British Antiques Story’ exhibition

29 January 2019

The antiques trade descended on The Bowes Museum at Barnard Castle for the opening of an exhibition celebrating dealers’ shops, tastes, practices and their role in the creation of museum collections.

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Social media, succession planning and Brexit top agenda at latest LAPADA conference

28 January 2019

Around 100 dealers will gather at the House of Lords next month for the latest annual LAPADA conference.

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Art dealer steps back after 45-year career promoting Mod Brits and holds a final show

28 January 2019

British art specialist Patricia Jordan Evans rounds off more than four decades in the trade with her next show called 'The Last Hurrah! 45 Years at Bohun Gallery'.

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Charity antique fair planned in Tunbridge Wells in memory of silver dealer

26 January 2019

The granddaughter of silver dealer George Paterson is to launch an antique fair in Tunbridge Wells in April to raise money for the hospice where her grandfather spent his last weeks.

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Be Part of Art: Royal Watercolour Society stages exhibition and auction to help fund renovation of new gallery

22 January 2019

Founded in 1804, The Royal Watercolour Society has been in existence for over two centuries and includes famous names such as John Singer Sargent, Samuel Palmer and Edward Burne-Jones among its past members.

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Romantic jewellery exhibition for one day only at Grays Antiques Centre

21 January 2019

Romantic and erotic jewellery is included in London’s Grays Antiques Centre during a special pre-Valentine’s Day exhibition, Vetiti Amare.

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Dealer offers fine and extensive single-owner collection of porcelain in sections over a year

21 January 2019

Building a collection can be the work of a lifetime. Selling is often a much quicker affair. But dealer Haydn Hansell of Juno Antiques is being far from hasty when it comes to the fine assortment of mostly 18th century porcelain he offers this year.

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Artist Egan’s sharp eye outlines his vision of the world

21 January 2019

Sensual, satirical and grotesque: the works of Beresford Egan (1905-84) certainly fit a description of ‘distinctive’.

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Get hooked on Mary Fedden at Portland Gallery’s show

21 January 2019

'Fish and Lemon', painted in 1964, is among the 65 works included in Portland Gallery’s show on Mary Fedden (1915-2012) opening this week.

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Snow show in London at John Mitchell’s seasonal exhibition

21 January 2019

'Snow on the farmhouses of Les Contamines-Montjoie' has begun to thaw in this oil by Charles-Henri Contencin (1898-1955), part of John Mitchell’s annual 'Peaks and Glaciers' exhibition (January 24-March 8).

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New management to lead London Art Week

16 January 2019

In its sixth year, London Art Week has reorganised its leadership team.

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Thirty dealers gather in the Big Apple for Master Drawings New York 2019

14 January 2019

'Master Drawings New York', the gallery-based event in Manhattan Upper East side started 13 years ago, timed to coincide with the major January/February auctions of Old Master paintings and drawings in the Big Apple.

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Arts hub in King’s Cross is venue for Piano Nobile’s latest exhibition

14 January 2019

'Cave Painting I' by British artist Jean Cooke (1927- 2008) is among the works on offer at Piano Nobile’s exhibition 'A Modern Venus'.

Books

Bookseller boost as number of independent shops grow in the UK

08 January 2019

The decline in independent bookshops in the UK appears to have been halted with growth recorded for the second year in a row.

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Caricatures and paintings by Mexican modern artist star in New York retrospective

02 January 2019

Miguel Covarrubias (1904-57), a Mexican illustrator, writer and anthropologist, is celebrated with a retrospective at Throckmorton Fine Art.

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