Exhibitors announced for Masterpiece London 2017

Masterpiece London, running from 29 June – 5 July, is an unmissable event at the height of the capital’s summer arts season. Bringing together 150 of the world’s top galleries and specialists, Masterpiece has established itself as one of the world’s leading international art fairs, attracting close to 40,000 visitors for an exceptional week of cultural, culinary and social experiences in the heart of London. There is nowhere more glamorous to view and buy the finest works of art, antiques, design and jewellery; from antiquity to the present day.


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Pre-eminent international galleries will bring to market works that span the great spectrum of art and design in an environment uniquely suited to collecting. New exhibitors Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert, Stoppenbach & Delestre, Vertes and Paul Kasmin Gallery enhance the fair’s strong representation of 19th to 21st century art available at Dickinson, Offer Waterman, Thomas Gibson, Blain|Southern and Robilant + Voena.


Robin Katz Fine Art, Osborne Samuel, Piano Nobile and Christopher Kingzett will contribute to the fair’s world-class showing of Modern British Art, including works by Henry Moore, Howard Hodgkin, Bridget Riley, and Barbara Hepworth. Italian masters Burri, Scheggi, Pistoletto and Fontana will be offered by Mazzoleni Art, M & L Fine Art, Tornabuoni Art, Cortesi Gallery, and Repetto Gallery.


Exceptional Impressionist, Surrealist and Expressionist works will be offered at Mayoral, Bailly Gallery, Ludorff and Trinity House Paintings. The old master and British paintings selection is built upon this year by De Jonckheere, Galerie Sarti, and Derek Johns who join Masterpiece regulars Richard Green, The Fine Art Society, Alessandra di Castro, Philip Mould and Agnew’s. Collectors can also purchase works on paper by big name artists – including Picasso, Hockney, Lichtenstein and Warhol – at Sims Reed Gallery, Lyndsey Ingram, Long-Sharp Gallery, William Weston Gallery and Offer Waterman & Co.


Reflecting Masterpiece’s cross-collecting ethos, Safani and Geoffrey Diner will share a large stand this year, presenting a mix of ancient Egyptian, Roman and Greek antiquities alongside iconic 20th century and contemporary design; Galerie Mathivet will show contemporary Aboriginal art in an art deco interior; Repetto and Donati Galleries will present Roman pieces alongside post war Italian works; John Berwald and MD Flacks will offer Modern British beside rare Chinese antiques.


Librairie Camille Sourget develops the fair’s expertise on rare books and illuminated manuscripts, as championed by Peter Harrington and Les Enluminures; photography will be presented by Bernheimer Fine Art, Peter Fetterman and Sundaram Tagore; exceptional ceramics of all periods will be presented by EH Manners, John Whitehead, Adrian Sassoon and Michele Beiny; rare silver will be shown at Koopman and N&I Franklin; antique and ancient Asian works can be acquired from Gregg Baker, Amir Mohtashemi and David Aaron – who will also show a selection from classical antiquity.


Masterpiece’s world-class contingent of ancient art dealers will include Axel Vervoordt, Ariadne Galleries, David Ghezelbash, Rupert Wace, Valerio Turchi and Galerie Chenel.


Fine furniture and decorative arts from the 17th century to the present day can be acquired at the fair from Galerie Perrin, Steinitz, Edward Hurst, Robert Young Antiques, Apter-Fredericks, H. Blairman & Sons, Thomas Coulborn & Sons and Ronald Phillips, whilst modern and contemporary design will be available from Based Upon, Modernity Stockholm, Jean David Botella, Dutko Gallery, Rose Uniacke, 88-Gallery, Linley and  David Gill Gallery who are joined by new exhibitors Oscar Graf and Chastel-Maréchal.


Masterpiece continues to be a top destination for collectors of the world’s leading contemporary jewellers including Wallace Chan, Van Cleef & Arpels, Boghossian and Hemmerle. An unparalleled selection of antique jewellery with pieces by Cartier, Boucheron, JAR and Fabergé that can be admired at Wartski, Symbolic & Chase, Verdura, Hancocks and S.J. Phillips.


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