Collections 2017

Curated presentations of extraordinary artworks and objects, spanning thousands of years

Curated by Sir Norman Rosenthal, the celebrated Collections section continues to bring new types of work to the fair and showcase extraordinary artworks and objects spanning thousands of years. Highlights include:

  • Paul Hughes Fine Art bringing ancient Andean textiles ranging from 200BC to 1500AC
  • Israel Goldman Japanese Prints showcasing Kawanabe Kyosai (1831-1889), child prodigy and significant and subversive Japanese painter of the 19th century
  • Benjamin Spademan Rare Books showing ‘Livres d’Artistes’, monographs, exhibition catalogues, pamphlets and ephemera by visual artists – from the 19th century, with works by Constable Rossetti and Manet – to the 20th Century, with artists such as Braque, Lipchitz, Zadkine, Picasso and Matisse
  • Galerie Ulrich Fiedler, showcasing the Bauhaus workshop under the influence of the young Marcel Breuer, including his legendary tubular steel furniture as a Bauhaus Master in Dessau.

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