• Nicola Lazzaro: Fatti a mano 14 - 30 September

    Nicola Lazzaro: Fatti a mano

    Sladmore Contemporary

    Sladmore Contemporary is delighted to announce the opening of Fatti a mano, a solo show of the Italian sculptor Nicola Lazzari. The title of the exhbition translates into English as handmade, and the selection of works will showcase the sculptor’s newest bronzes in the gallery at Bruton Place, off Berkeley Square. 

  • Transport Sale 28 September

    Transport Sale

    Dreweatts & Bloomsbury Auctions

    Rare and top quality models will be up for auction in Drewatts & Bloomsbury Auctions' Transport Sale at 12 noon on Wednesday 28th September at Donnington Priory, Newbury. 

  • Frieze Masters 06 - 09 October

    Frieze Masters

    Daniel Crouch Rare Books

    Daniel Crouch Rare Books will bring a previously unseen selection of rare and historic prints depicting London from the sixteenth to the twentieth century, to Frieze Masters. The works are from a private collection of over 250 prints accumulated over many years and now on view for the first time. These works reveal both striking similarities to, and breath-taking differences from, the London we know today. Many recall Georgian and Regency London from the infamous “pleasure gardens” to recorded Royal events made famous by the likes of Beau Brummell, Jane Austen and William Thackery.

  • FRIEZE MASTERS 06 - 09 October


    Dr. Jörn Günther Rare Books

    Dr. Jörn Günther Rare Books returns to Frieze Masters (6 - 9 October 2016) with an impressive collection of museum-quality Medieval and Renaissance illuminated manuscripts, miniatures and early printed books. The gallery will occupy a prominent stand (E3) and its display will be increasingly modern, with technically enhanced vitrines. 

  • Nick Bibby: A bestiary of the real and imagined 06 - 29 October

    Nick Bibby: A bestiary of the real and imagined

    Sladmore Contemporary

    'A bestiary of the real and imagined' is a new body of work by eminent sculptor, Nick Bibby. The collection of sculptures showcases a variety of species, both real and imagined. The pieces oscillate from the miniature to the monumental and this engaging use of scale creates offers a wonderfully playful depiction of the animal world, as well as creating a captivating environment within the setting of Sladmore Contemporary. 

  • Wine, Port, Champagne, Whisky, Cognac and other rare Spirits 12 October

    Wine, Port, Champagne, Whisky, Cognac and other rare Spirits

    Dreweatts & Bloomsbury Auctions

    A diverse selection of quality wine and spirits will be on offer, with a focus on classed growth Claret and rare Burgundy.  The auction will take place at 10am on 12th October at Bloomsbury House, London. 

  • TEFAF NEW YORK FALL 21 - 26 October


    Park Avenue Armory

    The Fall edition of TEFAF New York will feature 93 leading dealers of fine art, design, furniture and jewelry from antiquity through the early 20th century. The Rijksmuseum mount a special exhibition for TEFAF New York Fall 2016 at the Armory for TEFAF New York. The opening night reception on October 21st will benefit the Society of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Centre and the acclaimed cultural programs of the Park Avenue Armory.

  • TEFAF New York 21 - 26 October

    TEFAF New York


    Daniel Crouch Rare Books will bring a curated selection of rare globes and maps under the theme of The Discovery of The New World to the inaugural TEFAF New York this autumn. These include an extremely rare set of late Renaissance Italian globes, the first to name Canada; a monumental world map by Frederick de Wit and Giacomo Giovanni de Rossi dated circa 1675; and a rare globe of Mars by Danish socialist and astronomer Emmy Ingeborg Brun.

  • TEFAF NEW YORK 21 - 26 October


    Dr. Jörn Günther Rare Books

    Dr. Jörn Günther Rare Books is delighted to announce their attendance at TEFAF New York’s debut fair 21st-26th October 2016. There will be a selection of important illuminated manuscripts and early printed books that have been carefully guarded throughout the centuries and are rare offerings to the international market. Dr. Jörn Günther Rare Books has enjoyed more than twenty successful years with the fair in Europe and greatly looks forward to expanding with TEFAF into New York. To mark the event the gallery will highlight themes of exploration, voyage mapping, and the medieval discovery of new lands. 

  • Ann Christopher RA 02 November - 23 December

    Ann Christopher RA

    Pangolin London

    To celebrate the publication of Ann Christopher’s recent monograph, and solo exhibition at the Royal Academy, Pangolin London is proud to present a selection of sculptures and works on paper spanning all four decades of her oeuvre. New sculptures and series of drawings inspired by the West Coast of Ireland will bring the exhibition up to the present. 

  • Salon QP 03 - 05 November

    Salon QP

    Saatchi Gallery

    Europe’s leading public exhibition of luxury watches will take place once again this year at the Saatchi Gallery in London. SalonQP, now in its eighth year overall, has been held at the prestigious art gallery in Duke of York’s Square, SW3, since 2011. Founded in 2009, it has established itself as the premier destination for connoisseurs of fine watches in Europe, and a key date on the luxury events calendar. As ever, SalonQP 2016 will host specially curated exhibitions, a seminar series, watchmaking workshops and demonstrations, with many highlights to be announced in the coming months. 

  • Charlie Mackesy: Painted Sculpture 09 - 28 November

    Charlie Mackesy: Painted Sculpture


    A solo exhibition of works by Charlie Mackesy will be on display at Sladmore Contemporary from 8th-28th November. Mackesy’s work is often described as spiritual, depicting moments of wonder or love. Many of his works are inspired by his faith and his various encounters with spirituality in the UK, New Orleans, South Africa and Southern Africa.

  • Hudson's Heritage Awards 2017 14 March

    Hudson's Heritage Awards 2017

    Hudson’s Heritage Awards celebrate the high quality of experiences enjoyed by visitors to a wide range of heritage attractions. Historic houses, heritage gardens, museums, galleries in historic buildings, archaeological or industrial sites and other places associated with the past in the UK open to the public are invited to put forward an entry before 30 September 2016 in any of the 10 categories for the 2017 awards. Categories include: Best Family Day Out, Best Places to Eat, Best Places to Stay, Best New Discovery, Best Hidden Gem, Best Wedding Venue, Best Event or Exhibition, Best Innovation, Best Places for Shopping and Best Loos.