• The Master of Truth and Expression: Frans Pourbus the Younger (1569-1622) 04 January - 28 February

    The Master of Truth and Expression: Frans Pourbus the Younger (1569-1622)


    The Weiss Gallery, leading dealer in Tudor, Stuart and North European Old Master portraiture, is delighted to present a remarkable collection of seven portraits by Frans Pourbus the Younger (1569 - 1622) in a dedicated exhibition this Winter. Outside the Medici collection in the Uffizi and Pitti Palace, this will be the largest group of works by Pourbus ever assembled, and is a tribute to Mark Weiss’s dedication to the artist. 

  • TEFAF Talks: Open Furniture at The Wallace Collection 18 February

    TEFAF Talks: Open Furniture at The Wallace Collection

    TEFAF Talks were set up by Golden Squared Consulting to reach out to art professionals, collectors and enthusiasts in the run up to TEFAF. The second: 'Open Furniture at The Wallace Collection' will be held at The Wallace Collection. Helen Jacobsen and Ada de Wit will lead two groups of guests as part of the Wallace Collection’s 'Open Furniture month'. Guests will have a chance to see inside and examine some of the Wallace Collection's most important pieces of furniture and see how the popularity of writing and all things intellectual in 18th-century France influenced the production of furniture. TEFAF Talks are by invitation only. 

  • Hudson's Heritage Awards 2016 01 March

    Hudson's Heritage Awards 2016

    Established in 2011, the Hudson's Heritage Awards are an independent scheme, judged by an expert panel chaired by Norman Hudson, OBE. The winners and highly commended will be presented on 1st March 2016. The awards celebrate the best visitor experiences at heritage attractions in the UK each year including historic houses, heritage gardens, museums, galleries in historic buildings, archaeological or industrial sites and other places associated with the past. 
  • The BADA Fair 09 - 15 March

    The BADA Fair

    Annual Showcase for the prestigious British Antique Dealers' Association


    The BADA Fair is the first major showcase of fine art, design and antiques in London each year. Synonymous with quality and luxury, it attracts an international audience of experienced collectors and first-time buyers. It is the only Fair exclusive to members of the prestigious British Antique Dealers’ Association, and offers a diverse range of objects from contemporary art and modern sculpture, to art-deco jewellery and eighteenth-century furniture.


  • TEFAF Maastricht 11 - 20 March

    TEFAF Maastricht

    The European Fine Art Fair

    TEFAF Maastricht is a continuously evolving showcase for the best works of art currently on the market. In addition to the traditional areas of Old Master Paintings and antique Works of Art, you can see and buy at TEFAF Maastricht a wide variety of Classical Modern and Contemporary Art, Photographs, as well as Jewellery, 20th Century Design and Works on Paper. Tickets for the 28th edition can be bought at the Fair or via the the fair's website:

  • Sculpture in the Garden 13 March - 09 July

    Sculpture in the Garden

    Pangolin London

    An ambitious exhibition that brings the ‘outdoors in’ and will covert Pangolin's sleek, architectural gallery space into a lush formal garden complete with trees and water features. 

  • Jeff Lowe Sculpture & Works on Paper 16 March - 30 April

    Jeff Lowe Sculpture & Works on Paper

    Pangolin London

    Internationally acclaimed sculptor Jeff Lowe presents new sculpture and works on paper in his first solo exhibition at Pangolin London. 

  • London Craft Week 03 - 07 May

    London Craft Week

    London Craft Week is an annual event which showcases exceptional craftsmanship through a journey-of-discovery programme featuring hidden workshops and unknown makers alongside celebrated masters, famous studios, galleries, shops and luxury brands. Following the success of its first year in May 2015, which involved over 350 makers, 70 events and 20,000 visits, London Craft Week is building on and expanding the reach of the event with increased visibility, visitor numbers and participants for its second year in May 2016. 

  • ‘36 Hours: Jutland 1916, The Battle That Won The War’ 12 May

    ‘36 Hours: Jutland 1916, The Battle That Won The War’

    The National Museum of the Royal Navy

    On 12th May 2016 in the centenary year The National Museum of the Royal Navy (NMRN) will open a major exhibition to commemorate the Battle of Jutland, 36 Hours: Jutland 1916, The Battle That Won The War. Through never-before-seen displays and immersive galleries the exhibition will challenge the belief that The Battle of Jutland was a German victory. The Battle of Jutland will be presented as a British victory, both tactically and strategically.