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OPENING HOURS & WHAT’S ON

PREVIEW DAY
25 JUNE 11.00−22.00
PUBLIC FAIR DAYS
26−27 JUNE 11.00−21.00
28−29 JUNE 11.00−19.00
30 JUNE 11.00−18.00
(Followed by the Charity party in aid of Marie Curie at 19.00)
1-2 JULY 11.00−21.00

Exhibitor Talks and Fair Tours

Masterpiece London invites visitors to share the exceptional knowledge of its exhibitors, from fifteen-minute insights on a range of topics to carefully planned         half-hour tours that take you through the fair. Please note that tours depart from the Sotheby’s Institute of Art stand in the Partners and Publications area near the entrance to the Fair.

  • THURSDAY 26 JUNE
    12.00 TOUR: Fabergé and Jewellery Making Traditions at the Russian Imperial Court IRENE KUKOTA
    15.00 Fulco di Verdura's Design Legacy
    VERDURA JEWELLERY, A7
    16.00 Elizabeth Turk: Artist Talk HIRSCHL & ADLER, D22
    17.00 Discovering Ancient Culture through the Contemporary Art movement of Australia's Aboriginal People JGM ART LTD, B14
  • FRIDAY 27 JUNE
    12.00 TOUR: Old Masters to Modern Art
    KATHERINE FIELD
    15.00 Small Wonders THEO FENNELL, B35
    17.00 Meet the Artist - Helaine Blumenfeld OBE
    "the heir apparent to Moore and Hepworth"
    BOWMAN SCULPTURE, B33
  • SATURDAY 28 JUNE
    12.00 TOUR: Market Forces: Masters in the Fine and Decorative Arts KATHERINE FIELD
    15.00 Dickens & Eliot: A Tale of Two Friends - an important first edition of 'A Tale of Two Cities' inscribed by Charles Dickens for George Eliot PETER HARRINGTON, D5
    16.00 250 Years of Ruinart Rosé
    RUINART CHAMPAGNE SALON
    17.00 Early Enamelled Ware: A new insight into the private trade GENROKUART, A17
  • SUNDAY 29 JUNE
    12.00 TOUR: Old Masters to Modern Art
    KATHERINE FIELD
    14.00 - 15.30 Ruinart Champagne Tasting £20 per ticket*
    Duration 90 mins
    VANITY FAIR LECTURE THEATRE
    15.00 The Timeless Glamour of Jewels in the Hair
    FRED LEIGHTON, B20
    16.00 Salons de Refuse: Cézanne, Pissarro, and Picasso
    GALERIE B. WEIL, A29
    16.00 - 17.00 Ruinart Champagne Tasting £20 per ticket*
    Duration 90 mins
    VANITY FAIR LECTURE THEATRE
    * For tickets, please visit: masterpiecefair.com
    (excludes price of Fair entry)
  • MONDAY 30 JUNE
    12.00 TOUR: Highlights in Silver LUCY GREGORY
    15.00 Meet the Artist Nic Fiddian Green "The Artist's Studio"
    SLADMORE CONTEMPORARY, D7
    17.00 The Evolution of the Jingdezhen School
    FITZGERALD FINE ARTS, B11
  • TUESDAY 1 JULY
    12.00 TOUR: Market Forces: Masters in the Fine and Decorative Arts IRENE KUKOTA
    15.00 Blain|Southern Presents Lynn Chadwick, Tim Noble And Sue Webster
    BLAIN|SOUTHERN, D31
    17.00 The Inspiration Behind Design and its Application in Contemporary Luxury
    LINLEY, A30
  • WEDNESDAY 2 JULY
    12.00 TOUR: Furniture, Decorative Art & Design
    NOEL RILEY
    15.00 Fabergè and the Imperial Commissions
    WARTSKI, C1
    17.00 Highlights of British Portraiture
    PHILIP MOULD AND COMPANY, A3

MASTERPIECE
EDUCATION
PROGRAMME
SPONSORED BY

In collaboration with Sotheby's Institute of Art Masterpiece London is delighted to promote a Short Course taking place at this year's Fair; below you will find further details on this three day programme.

Masterpiece London: 'The Art of Collecting' – Sotheby’s Institute of Art Short Course

25th-27th June, 2014



As collectors around the world develop art collections for private and/or public reception, this three­ day course focuses on various approaches to creating multi­disciplinary collections. Learning from experts in the field, participants will engage with a variety of strategies for researching art and the market, as well as how to approach selecting for individual collections. Through discussions, guided visits and presentations, participants will have the chance to apply new skills inspired by collectors, exhibitors and experts at Masterpiece London. The course is complemented by a range of online materials and a collecting project.

Find out more at www.sothebysinstitute.com

For further information, please email Laura Archer l.archer@sothebysinstitute.com or call +44 (0) 207 462 3239.