Fine Art Fair
ASIAN ART IN LONDON 2014
For tiny treasures, exceptional lacquer and generally exquisite curios, the Japanese craft of Netsuke is an unparalleled art form and can be found at Max Rutherston Ltd.
Netsuke were the toggles, adopted by the Japanese c.1600, due to their love of carrying useful things from the belts of their kimonos. Mainly for use by men, Netsuke were used by all classes of Japanese society. As the contemporary market continues to thrive, so new Members join AAL, bringing contemporary art from India, Vietnam, Korea, Japan and South East Asia.
Joost van Den Bergh, with “Tantric Drawings”, One East Asia, “Breaking & Reconstructing the circle”, are only a sample of the diversity of contemporary art on view. In a City that provides such important works and expertise, there are also vital ancillary services such as restorers, shippers, insurance & currency brokers, together with leading hotel groups such as the St Regis group and the Mandarin Oriental. Asian Art in London is pleased to be associated with all of them. Asian Art in London 2014 confirms that London remains the place to do business in the arts of Asia.
30.10.2014 - 08.11.2014Messe »
The launch of Asian Art in London 2014, is on Thursday 30th October at the British Museum, where guests have a complimentary view of the current exhibition; Ming - 50 Years that Changed China. Tickets £60.
The ticket to the Gala Party also includes a chance to win a trip for two to Bali, courtesy of St Regis luxury hotel Group. The winner will be announced during the party.
Monday - Friday 09.30 - 17.30
Saturday, 1 November 11.00 - 17.00
Sunday, 2 November 11.00 - 17.00
Monday, 3 November 10.00 - 21.00
Saturday, 8 November closed