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Asian Art in London to present June pavilion at Art Antiques London
June is one of the most important months of the year in London. It is the height of the summer season, attracting large numbers of visitors. By exhibiting at this major June fair, Asian Art in London is able to extend the reach of its participating dealers beyond November to the summer art season of June in London.
LONDON.- Asian Art in London announces an exciting new initiative for 2014. This year, for the first time, Asian Art in London is creating a ‘Pavilion’ at Art Antiques London, 12-18 June, held in Kensington Gardens opposite the Royal Albert Hall and close to the Albert Memorial.

Over 20 dealers from Asian Art in London will exhibit a wide range of antique and contemporary Asian art. This selling exhibition will showcase a range of outstanding Asian art such as Chinese works of art and textiles, Japanese art, Indian and Islamic paintings and sculpture, Southeast Asian sculpture, bronzes and much more.

June is one of the most important months of the year in London. It is the height of the summer season, attracting large numbers of visitors. By exhibiting at this major June fair, Asian Art in London is able to extend the reach of its participating dealers beyond November to the summer art season of June in London.

Chairman of Asian Art in London, Max Rutherston, commented that “ The Pavilion at Art Antiques London presents a great opportunity to raise the profile of Asian Art in London for all our participants and to reach out to a new audience”.

The participating dealers are:

DAVID BAKER ORIENTAL ART LTD, London; GREGG BAKER, London; BERWALD ORIENTAL ART, London; BRANDT ASIAN ART, London; PRAHLAD BUBBAR, London; ROB DEAN ART, Suffolk; FLEURDELYS ANTIQUITÉS, London; FRANCESCA GALLOWAY, London; GIBSON ANTIQUES LTD, London; MICHAEL GOEDHUIS, London; GROSVENOR GALLERY, London; HANGA TEN, London; CHRISTOPHE HIOCO, Paris; SYDNEY L. MOSS LTD, London; SIMON PILLING: EAST ASIAN ART & INTERIORS, London; PRIESTLEY & FERRARO, London; ROSSI & ROSSI LTD, London; MAX RUTHERSTON, London; JACQUELINE SIMCOX LTD, London; A&J SPEELMAN LTD, London; THE TOLMAN COLLECTION, London.





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