OPENING HOURS & WHAT’S ON

PREVIEW DAY
28 JUNE 11.00−21.00
PUBLIC FAIR DAYS
29-30 JUNE 11.00−21.00
1-2 JULY 11.00-18.00
3-5 JULY 11.00-21.00

What's on?

Gain access and insight to the exceptional knowledge of Masterpiece exhibitors through complimentary and informal Stand Talks, lasting just 15-20 minutes.

30 minute Daily Highlights Tours led by Sotheby’s Institute of Art depart at 12.00 from the Information Point (number 12 on map).

  • THURSDAY 30 JUNE
    All Day Event Adventures in Art’s Jewellery Seminar, ‘Glittering Objects and Brilliant People’
    Hosted by Adventures in Art founder and CEO, Karen Stone Talwar and curated by leading jewellery historian, Amanda Triossi, the programme offers the opportunity for connoisseurs and newcomers alike, to immerse themselves in the world of jewellery.

    Featuring discussions with experts, designers, collectors and Masterpiece exhibitors, this destination event for jewellery enthusiasts costs £350 and is inclusive of one seminar admission, two Masterpiece London fair tickets, lunch and a champagne reception in the evening. Registration and payment form available at adventuresinart.com
    12.00 Daily Highlights Tour:
    Information Point - Number 12 on map
    14.00 Factum Foundation:
    Preservation in the Digital Age
    Factum Foundation exhibition stand - Number 14 on map
    15.00 The Zaha Hadid
    Commemorative Salon:

    Presented by Francis Sultana
    The Zaha Hadid Commemorative Salon - Number 17 on map

    Steinway Piano Recital:
    Steinway Piano Lounge - Number 13 on map
    16.00 Creating a Modern Masterpiece:
    Linley, Stand B7
    17.00 Sèvres porcelain of the eighteenth century:
    A tour with Dame Rosalind Savill
    Commences at: John Whitehead Works of Art, Stand C16
    19.00 Verdura: The Power of Style:
    Verdura Jewellery, Stand A7

    Steinway Piano Recital:
    Steinway Piano Lounge - Number 13 on map
  • FRIDAY 1 JULY
    12.00 Daily Highlights Tour:
    Information Point - Number 12 on map
    14.00 Jewellery Artist Wallace Chan: Stand Presentation
    Wallace Chan, Stand D21
    15.00 A Recent Van Dyck Rediscovery: The Madonna, Child and St. John
    Dickinson, Stand D2

    Steinway Piano Recital:
    Steinway Piano Lounge - Number 13 on map
    17.00 Contemporary Art in the Context of a Globalised World
    Sundaram Tagore Gallery, Stand B21
    19.00 Tiaras: Power, Privilege and
    the Eternal Feminine with Vivienne Becker

    Sandra Cronan, Stand D15

    An Exclusive Presentation and Preview Book Signing of the Chaumet 3 Volume Slipcase Set with co-author and Jewellery Historian Vivienne Becker.

    The tiara is at the heart of Chaumet’s story, the symbol of its heritage as purveyor of exquisite jewels to crowned heads, and the enduring inspiration for its technical expertise and artistry. Since the first lavish tiaras created for Empress Joséphine, Chaumet has continually reinvented the ancient adornment for each new age.

    Jewellery historian Vivienne Becker is an award-winning journalist and author based in London. A contributing editor to Financial Times’s How to Spend It magazine. Becker writes for publications around the world, and lectures and broadcasts on her subject. She organized and wrote the catalogue for the first major exhibition of the jewellery of René Lalique, and curated Jewels of Fantasy, a traveling exhibition of twentieth-century costume jewellery. Becker’s previous books for Assouline include renowned editions such as The Impossible Collection of Jewellery, Sevan Biçakçi, and Cartier Panthere.

    To pre-order a copy of Assouline’s Chaumet 3 Volume Slipcase Set please click here


    Steinway Piano Recital:
    Steinway Piano Lounge - Number 13 on map
  • SATURDAY 2 JULY
    12.00 Daily Highlights Tour:
    Information Point - Number 12 on map
    13.00 Steinway Piano Recital:
    Steinway Piano Lounge - Number 13 on map
    15.00 Silver as Fine Art: Pure Silver, an Invitation to our Senses. Talk and Book Signing
    Long-Sharp Gallery, Stand B34
    16.00 Jewellery Artist Wallace Chan: Monograph Presentation
    Wallace Chan, Stand D21

    Steinway Piano Recital:
    Steinway Piano Lounge - Number 13 on map
    16.00
    to
    17.30
    British Decorative Arts: The View from The Met with Metropolitan Museum of Art curators
    Luke Syson and Ellenor Alcorn
    Lecture Theatre designed by Katharine Pooley Ltd. Number 18 on map
    17.00 An introduction to Photography as a Collecting Field: Understanding and navigating the intricacy of buying and owning photography
    Beetles + Huxley, Stand B15
  • SUNDAY 3 JULY
    12.00 | 13.30 | 15.00 | 16.30
      Discover the Art of Blending with Chivas Regal
    Lecture Theatre designed by Katharine Pooley Ltd. Number 18 on map
    Tickets can be purchased HERE
    12.00 Daily Highlights Tour:
    Information Point - Number 12 on map
    13.00 Steinway Piano Recital:
    Steinway Piano Lounge - Number 13 on map
    14.00 Modern British Art: Significant new discoveries
    Osborne Samuel Gallery, Stand D24
    15.00 Artist talk: Karen Bit Vejle on Psaligraphy (paper cutting)
    Adrian Sassoon, Stand B1
    16.00 Medieval Illuminated Manuscripts in England
    Les Enluminures, Stand A12

    Steinway Piano Recital:
    Steinway Piano Lounge - Number 13 on map
  • MONDAY 4 JULY
    12.00 | 13.45 | 15.15 | 17.15 | 19.00
      Perrier-Jouët Fleurs des Rêves Champagne Masterclass in conjunction with Bompas & Parr
    Lecture Theatre designed by Katharine Pooley Ltd. Number 18 on map
    Tickets: £45, and includes three flutes of Perrier-Jouët’s top Champagnes. Tickets available to purchase from the Perrier– Jouët Champagne Terrace Number 16 on map
    Tickets can be purchased HERE
    12.00 Daily Highlights Tour:
    Information Point - Number 12 on map
    15.00 Colour Set Free: British painting from 1946 – 1974 with Peter Khoroche
    Richard Green, Stand D26

    Steinway Piano Recital:
    Steinway Piano Lounge - Number 13 on map
    16.00 Anthony Caro and the Art of Abstraction in post-war Britain
    Piano Nobile, Stand D19
    17.00 Surrealism and the Trajectory of the Dream
    Mayoral, Stand B33
    19.00 The Lost Fragment (a prosthetic fallacy): a new public sculpture
    Based Upon, Stand A14
  • TUESDAY 5 JULY
    12.00 Daily Highlights Tour:
    Information Point - Number 12 on map
    14.00 Vintage Scandinavian Design: Why is it so popular and what to look out for
    Modernity, Stand B20
    15.00 The Man who lost America: Thomas Gainsborough’s Portrait of Admiral Thomas Graves
    Lowell Libson Ltd, Stand D18

    Steinway Piano Recital:
    Steinway Piano Lounge - Number 13 on map
    16.00 Anna Pavlova: Sir John Lavery with Prof. Kenneth McConkey
    Patrick Bourne & Co, Stand A40
    18.00 Playful and Colourful: Pop Artist Jewels from Arman to Warhol
    Didier Ltd, Stand A15
    19.00 Steinway Piano Recital:
    Steinway Piano Lounge - Number 13 on map
  • WEDNESDAY 6 JULY
    12.00 Daily Highlights Tour:
    Information Point - Number 12 on map
    14.00 In Conversation: Merete Rasmussen Ceramic Sculptor
    Pangolin London, Stand B16
    15.00 Art in its Society: Asian works of
    art in their original context

    Asian Art in London,Stand A30

    Steinway Piano Recital:
    Steinway Piano Lounge - Number 13 on map
    16.00 An Introduction to Modern Indian Art
    DAG Modern, Stand A39
    17.00 At Home and Abroad: American artists of the 19th - early 20th Centuries
    Collisart, LLC, Stand A31
    19.00 Steinway Piano Recital:
    Steinway Piano Lounge - Number 13 on map