Events

Slow Art Workshops during Asian Art in London (November 2-11) www.asianartinlondon.com

Numbers are limited. Events are free but booking is essential. For more information, check Posts on this site, plus SAW’s Facebook pages

Wallace Collection, 46 Manchester Square, London W1U 3BN

Thursday 2 November, 10.00-11.00
Unveiling Asian art treasures in the Wallace Collection with Ada de Wit
To confirm attendance (15 maximum) contact Slow Art Workshop

E. slowartworkshop@gmail.com

Please contact individual galleries and auction houses to confirm a place for handling sessions listed below: 

Christie’s (St James’s)
Saturday 4 November, 11.00
To confirm attendance contact Emily Cushing: E. ecushing@christies.com  T. +44 (0)20 3219 6563

Grosvenor Gallery & Rob Dean Art (St James’s)
Saturday 4 November, 14.00

To confirm attendance: art@grosvenorgallery.com

Nicholas Pitcher & David Baker Oriental Art (Mayfair)
Saturday 4 November, 15.00

To confirm attendance: nickpitcher@aol.com

Marchant (Kensington Church Street)
Sunday 5 November, 10.30-12.30

To confirm attendance: gallery@marchant.com

Sotheby’s (Mayfair)
Sunday 5 November, 11.00
To confirm attendance contact Fleur Manning: E. fleur.manning@sothebys.com  T. +44 (020 7293 6442

James Stanford: Contemporary Buddhist Art (Kensington Church Street)
Sunday 5 November, 13.00-15.00

To confirm attendance: amelia.hubert@damsonpr.com

Raquelle Azran Vietnamese Contemporary Fine Art
Sunday 5th November, 17.00

To confirm attendance: raquelle.azran@gmail.com

Littleton & Hennessy (St James’s)
Monday 6 November, 14.30

To confirm attendance: mark@littletonandhennessy.com

Runjeet Singh (St James’s)
Tuesday 7 November, 10.30
To confirm attendance: E. info@runjeetsingh.com M.+44 (0)7866 424 803

Lyon and Turnbull (Connaught Street, W2)
Tuesday 7 November, 17.00

Roell Fine Art (St James’s)
Tuesday 7 November, 12.00-18.00

John Eskenazi Ltd (London W9 2XA)
Wednesday 8 November, 14.30

 

Slow Art Workshops during London Art Week (June 30-July 7) and beyond

 

As numbers are limited, it is essential to pre-book

 

Tuesday, June 20 – Every Object Tells a Story: the Indus Valley, with Professor Osmund Boperachchi, Oliver Hoare, 5 Cromwell Place, SW7, 9.30-11am

Book at info@patonarts.com

 

Tuesday, June 27 – A Queen’s Picture: Guido Reni’s Two Bachhantes, with Flavio Gianassi, Moretti Fine Art, 2a-6 Ryder Street, SW1, 5-6pm

Book at mail@londonartweek.co.uk

Thursday, June 29 – Reading the Paper: Old Master drawings as art works and objects, with Gregory Rubinstein, Sotheby’s, 34-35 New Bond Street, W1, 9-10am

Book at mail@londonartweek.co.uk

 

June 29-July 5 – Short daily workshops offered on a first come, first served basis at Masterpiece, South Grounds, The Royal Hospital, Chelsea. On the stand of JLT Specialty, 6pm

www.masterpiecefair.com

 

Friday, June 30 – Coercing the lingering look in graphic art from the renaissance to now, with Hugo Chapman and Isabel Seligman. British Museum, Prints and Drawings Study Room, WC1, 5.30-6.30pm

Book at slowartworkshop@gmail.com

Saturday, July 1 – A Florentine Medley, a touch of Rome: paintings and sculpture, 16th-19th century, with Jonathan Mennell, Trinity Fine Arts, 15 Old Bond Street, W1, 11am-12am

Book at mail@londonartweek.co.uk

Saturday, July 1 – Medieval badges and pendants, c1300-1500, with Redmond and Roland Finer, 38-39 Duke Street, SW1, 11am-12am

Book at mail@londonartweek.co.uk

Saturday, July 1 – Giorgio Morandi, with Benedict Tomlinson, Robilant + Voena, 38 Dover Street, W1, 12am-1pm

Book at mail@londonartweek.co.uk

Saturday, July 1 – Gilded Histories: Uncovering stories of Georgian giltwood furniture, with May Geolot, Mackinnon Fine Furniture, 5 Ryder Street, SW1, 2-3pm

Book at slowartworkshop@gmail.com

Saturday, July 1 – Canova and his Legacy, with Dino Tomasso. Tomasso Brothers, 67 Jermyn Street, SW1, 3-4pm

Book at mail@londonartweek.co.uk

Sunday, July 2 – The visceral image: representing faith and redemption in late medieval Spain, with Matthew Reeves, Sam Fogg, 15D Clifford Street, W1, 12am-1pm

Book at mail@londonartweek.co.uk

Sunday, July 2 – Giorgio Morandi (back by popular demand)), with Benedict Tomlinson, Robilant + Voena, 38 Dover Street, W1, 12-1pm

Book at mail@londonartweek.co.uk

Sunday, July 2 – Turner’s Ehrenbreitstein: The Byron Legacy, with Julian Gascoigne, Sotheby’s, 34-35 New Bond Street, W1, 2-3pm

Book at mail@londonartweek.co.uk

Sunday, July 2 – Looking at neo-Classical Drawings, with Dr Jonny Yarker, Lowell Libson Ltd, 3 Clifford Street, W1, 3-4pm

Book at mail@londonartweek.co.uk

Monday, July 3 – What makes a photograph valuable? Gemma Barnett, The Photographers’ Gallery, 16-18 Ramillies Street, W1, 6-7pm

Book at slowartworkshop@gmail.com

Monday, July 3 – British Watercolours – how to read them, with Huon Mallalieu and Karen Taylor, Illustrationcupboard Gallery, 22 Bury Street, SW1, 6.30-7.30pm

Book at slowartworkshop@gmail.com

 

Tuesday, July 4 – ‘Elephants, Deities and Ashoka’s Pillar: Coins of India from antiquity to the present’, coin handling session for blind and partially sighted adults led by curators and staff. Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, 2.30-4.15pm

Book at education@fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk

 

Wednesday, July 5 – Where we are and where we have been: ancient and modern art close up, with Paul O’Mahoney, Kallos Gallery, 14-16 Davies Street, W1, 4-5pm

Book at mail@londonartweek.co.uk

 

Thursday, July 6 – Tiepolo Unframed, with Stephen Ongpin. Stephen Ongpin Fine Art, 6 Mason’s Yard, Duke Street, SW1, 6-7pm

Book at mail@londonartweek.co.uk

 

Friday, July 7 – Looking at Guercino drawings, with Dr Catherine Whistler, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, 4-5pm.

Book at slowartworkshop@gmail.com

Friday, July 7 – Tiepolo Unframed (back by popular demand), with Stephen Ongpin. Stephen Ongpin Fine Art, 6 Mason’s Yard, Duke Street, SW1, 5-6pm

Book at mail@londonartweek.co.uk

 

Thursday, July 13 – Relax with paintings, with Jo Rhymer, National Gallery, WC2, 2-3pm

Book at education@ng-london-org.uk

 

August 2 – ‘Elephants, Deities and Ashoka’s Pillar: Coins of India from antiquity to the present’, coin handling session for over eights led by curators and staff. Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, 2.30-4.15pm

Book at education@fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk

 

Wednesday, August 16 – ‘Elephants, Deities and Ashoka’s Pillar: Coins of India from antiquity to the present’, coin handling session with curators and staff. Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, 2-3pm

Book at education@fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk