London is a preeminent global city for Asian art and expertise and Asian Art in London (AAL) is delighted to celebrate its 20th Anniversary from 2nd – 11th November 2017 in the Capital. As part of AAL’s philosophy to extend its outreach, Asian Art in London is working with The Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour (DCCH) to co-host an East Meets West Exhibition featuring AAL participants and telling the story and influence of Asian art in design.
Among participants specialising in Indian and Islamic art: Prahlad Bubbar’s theme this year is Artists and Patrons: India 1600-1935 and one particular highlight is a stunning photographic portrait c.1930 of The Maharaja of Indore by Man Ray. Rob Dean Art and Grosvenor Galleryare jointly focussing on an earlier period with Tipu, The Daniells & Co. The Company School Painting in India.
Also reminding us that 2017 is the UK-India Year of Culture, Francesca Galloway presents The Louisa Parlby Album: Watercolours from Murshidabad (1795-1807) & A Mystical Realm of Love – Pahari paintings from the Eva & Konrad Seitz Collection. Elsewhere, Sam Fogg’soffers a selection dedicated to Islamic Calligraphy: The Rhythm of thePen & The Art of the Book, in which appear works as elegant as the exhibition title!
About Asian Art in London
Asian Art in London is a globally recognised event that has for the past 20 years attracted top Asian art dealers, prime auction houses and leading museums and institutions, to promote London as a centre of expertise for the finest Asian art, from antique to contemporary. It is dedicated to promoting its participating dealers and auction houses via a series of selling exhibitions, auctions, symposia and lectures.
For further details please visit: www.asianartinlondon.com