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Pic: 'Union (Horse with Two Disks)', 2001, by Christopher Le Brun, exhibited by New Art Centre at Masterpiece London 2017.


Highlights of Masterpiece 2016 (video)


This monumental work in granite and bronze - Lost Fragment, 2016 - stood at the entrance to the fair, exhibited by Based Upon


Dickinson offered museum quality works from masters including Juan Gris, Gerhardt Richter and JMW Turner

Rachel Campbell-Johnston, Chief Art Critic - The Times, on Masterpiece 2016 (video)


New exhibitor Axel Vervoordt presented a fantastic selection of carefully curated works from antiquity to the present day


Tornabuoni Art showcased modern and contemporary works from leading Italian artists


Gallery Steinitz's lavish display recreated haute Parisian decor, exhibiting a selection of works spanning the centuries


Gallery Dutko brought an elegant selection of Art Deco designs alongside modern and contemporary art


Scott's Seafood & Champagne Bar, running down the centre of Masterpiece London


Renowned antique furniture dealer Apter-Fredericks Ltd marked their 70th anniversary at Masterpiece London


Exhibitor Sam Fogg brought a selection of beautiful Medieval works of art to Masterpiece London including this graceful Saint John of the Crucifixion from Lower Austria, Tyrolc. 1480-1490


Twenty­-seven individual Vetting Committees examine each piece in their own field to ensure that the exhibit is genuine, in good condition, correctly labelled and worthy of exhibition at Masterpiece


Francis Sultana, Artistic Director of David Gill Gallery, presents a public talk on the Zaha Hadid Commemorative Salon


Masterpiece London welcomed members of the British Fashion Council Trust to our Lecture Theatre, beautifully designed by Katharine Pooley. The panel included Mary Katrantzou, Miroslava Duma and Nasiba Adilova, moderated by Jo Ellison.


Arriving on the red carpet of Masterpiece London


The inimitable Chelsea Pensioners share their stories over a sculpted grenade


Philip Hewat-Jaboor, Chairman of Masterpiece London


The Girih Treasure Chest took centre stage on David Linley's stand at Masterpiece 2016


Nazy Vassegh, Masterpiece London CEO, with a group of Chelsea Pensioners


British fashion legend Sir Paul Smith at Masterpiece London


Kirsty Allsopp enjoying Masterpiece London


Sundaram Tagore Gallery presenting a public talk on contemporary art in the context of a globalised world


Princess Alia Al-Senussi, Karen Levy, Eugenio Re Rebaudengo and Jeffrey Boloten at the panel discussion 'A New Generation of Collectors' as part of the Sotheby's Institute of Art short course 'Masterpiece London: The Art of Collecting'


Masterpiece London Champagne Sponsor Perrier-Jouët hosted regular Champagne Masterclasses in conjunction with Bompas & Parr


Renowned young explorers, the Turner twins enjoying the sun on the Perrier-Jouët Champagne Terrace


Agnew's sold Tullio Crali's Futurist 'Nose Diving On the City' on the opening day of Masterpiece London 2016


Henry Moore's Working Model for Reclining Figure: Festival, 1950 was available from exhibitor Offer Waterman


This stunning Art Nouveau rocking chair from Societa Anonima Antonio Volpe, Italy, C. 1915 was exhibited by Rose Uniacke


We were delighted to welcome Luke Syson and Ellenor Alcorn from New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art who gave a wonderful talk 'British Decorative Arts: The View from The Met'


Highlights | Masterpiece London 2017 (video)

Anticipation | Masterpiece London 2017 (video)

Opening | Masterpiece London 2017 (video)

Atmosphere | Masterpiece London 2017 (video)


Guests leaving the preview evening of Masterpiece London 2017


Visitors enjoy a glass of Perrier-Jouët Champagne in front of Dickinson


A mix of ancient to contemporary on Geoffrey Diner Gallery and Safani Gallery's shared stand at Masterpiece 2017


Godson and Coles' stand, which displayed 18th century furniture alongside modern and contemporary British works


Artist Iván Navarro in front of his work Impenetrable Room, specially comissioned for Masterpiece London 2017 by Paul Kasmin Gallery


A selection of vintage Belperron at Verdura Jewellery


A group of school children learn about Jeroen Verhoeven's Bubble Cabinet (2016), exhibited by Blain|Southern


Dutko Gallery at Masterpiece London 2017


Christopher Le Brun, Union (Horse with Two Discs), 2001, exhibited by the New Art Centre


The Cape Reimagined by Burberry at Masterpiece London 2017


Wallace Chan hosts a talk on his stand at Masterpiece 2017


The Famous Women Dinner Service by Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant (1932) offered for sale by Piano Nobile


Works by Mario Ceroli and Lucio Fontana on Tornabuoni's stand at Masterpiece 2017


The Giustinani Vases (c. 1826-30) exhibited by Thomas Coulborn & Sons


John Singer Sargent, Portrait of Charles Alexander Giron (c. 1884) and Cypresses and Pines (1913) offered for sale by Collisart LLC


Guests at the Masterpiece 2017 preview Evening


Contemporary ceramics on Adrian Sassoon's stand at Masterpiece 2017


Robilant + Voena gallery at Masterpiece London 2017


Visitors admire masterpieces by Claude Monet at Gladwell & Patterson


Sarti Gallery


Colnaghi and Tomasso Brothers Fine Art at Masterpiece 2017


Robin Katz Fine Art


David Gill Gallery


Axel Vervoordt Gallery


Ronald Phillips Ltd


Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert


Rose Uniacke


Masterpiece: The Art of Collecting with Sotheby's Institute of Art in the Masterpiece Lecture Theatre by Maurizio Pellizzoni


Impressionist and modern works of art at Dickinson


School children discover Iván Navarro's Impenetrable Room


Michael Goedhuis at Masterpiece 2017


Agnew's Gallery at Masterpiece 2017


The Riva Aquarama Lamborghini (1968)


Perrin Fine Art at Masterpiece 2017


20th century design at Galerie Chastel-Marechal


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Masterpiece Presents provides a platform for innovative, immersive works of art at the entrance to the Fair.

This year’s Masterpiece Presents features two monumental light installations by Pakistani-American artist Anila Quayyum Agha, represented by Sundaram Tagore Gallery. The artist is known for her award-winning, immersive light installations, and has been the subject of three solo museum shows in the past year.

For this special presentation, Agha has created an illuminated cube, fabricated from laser-cut steel into which she cuts elaborate patterns. Suspended and lit from within, the work casts lace-like floor-to-ceiling shadows that completely transform the surrounding environment, alluding to the richly ornamented public spaces such as mosques that Agha was excluded from as a female growing up in Lahore. Agha’s second installation at Masterpiece, This is NOT a Refuge II explores the loss of family and home that stems from displacement and resettlement.

Masterpiece Presents 2019 | Phyllida Barlow
Masterpiece Presents 2018 | Marina Abramović
Masterpiece Presents 2017 | Iván Navarro


Masterpiece Awards are awarded to those exhibits and stands that are judged to be outstanding - perhaps undiscovered, rare, provenanced, and of beauty.

Discover this year's Masterpiece Award winners


Experience Masterpiece London 2022 with our 360° tour.









Board Advisor


Managing Director


Head of Partnerships & Engagement


Fair Director


Exhibitor Relations Manager


Marketing Coordinator


Head of Vetting

Lulu Randall

Partnerships & VIP Engagement Coordinator


Events & Operations Manager


Head of Marketing & Digital


Financial Controller


The Masterpiece Exhibitor Committee is selected from exhibiting Masterpiece galleries. Their primary role is to advise and make recommendations
to the Organisation regarding new exhibitors as well as fair development.



Hauser & Wirth


Galerie Chenel


Alessandra di Castro




Oscar Graf


Sladmore Gallery



Francis norton

S.J. Phillips

Peter Osborne

Osborne Samuel


Adrian Sassoon




Vetting is the expert appraisal of works of art and has been undertaken at Masterpiece since its first edition in 2010.

There are 27 individual vetting committees whose membership is taken from leading international specialists comprising scholars drawn from all areas of the art world including museum curators, conservators, auctioneers, dealers and gallerists.  And to ensure that the skills of vetting are passed down to future generations, Masterpiece has established a mentee scheme, where those new to vetting learn from the more experienced.

These specialists are called upon to use their knowledge, expertise and experience in the handling works of art, to review every exhibit at the Fair that falls within their area of expertise to ensure that exhibits are genuine works of art of the period they are represented to be and in their original form.  They base their judgement on the authenticity of the work of art.  They also seek clarity in the label which is required to show the correct attribution, provenance, references to condition and restoration, and where applicable, details relating to materials or placement in an edition, as well as certificates of authentication, catalogue raisonné numbers, exhibition or literature history.  At times, an exhibit may be requested to be either removed or relabelled.

Working alongside the vetting committees are the Art Loss Register and the Cranfield Forensic Institute.  The Art Loss Register (ALR) check exhibits against its database which is one of the world’s largest privately managed dataset of works of art, antiques and collectables that are reported as stolen, missing, looted, subject to a dispute or loan or with other issue. Any object found to be subject to a claim is removed from the Fair.  Cranfield Forensic Institute support the vetting committees with the interpretation of technical and scientific reports and analytics of substantiation of various materials and associated data.

Through the process of vetting, confidence is given to all who visit, whether museum curators, experienced collectors or those new to buying, and it is central to the ethos and integrity of the Fair.


The Art Loss Register
Cranfield Forensic Institute

The opinion of the Masterpiece Vetting Committees is given to the best of their knowledge based on the information provided and no member of the Vetting Committee, nor Masterpiece London Ltd shall be liable for any direct or indirect loss.  Images of works of art contained in publicity material, including the Masterpiece website, or used on social media may not have been reviewed and are illustrative only.