A few of the exhibits currently on show at the Asian Art in London preview. Photo Paul Harris
The organisers of Asian Art in London have organised a preview of their increasingly successful event which takes place this year in the capital between October 30 and November 8.
The preview has been mounted in a special pavilion in Kensington Gardens within the Art Antiques London fair which runs from June 11 to 18th. Altogether, 22 of the exhibitors in the autumn event have turned out to support the promotion with, it has to be said, some pretty spectacular exhibits. These are supplemented by some stunning artworks by Kyoto-based American artist Daniel Kelly, loaned by the renowned Tokyo-based Tolman Collection.
Painting by Daniel Kelly forms the centrepiece of this wall in the pavilion. Photo by Paul Harris
As the success of Asian Art in London grows, it has been announced that the dates of next year’s autumn Olympia International Art & Antiques Fair are to be moved and will take place to coincide with Asian Art in London. It is believed that this move may bring more Asian (and particularly Chinese) visitors and exhibitors to the Olympia event. See our report on this year’s June event which, rather surprisingly, saw Chinese contemporary art selling well at its first exhibition at Olympia.
The Asian Art in London pavilion at Art Antiques London
Photo Paul Harris