collections 2019

A run-down of the top things to see on the final day of the fairs

Themed presentations and historic artwork from Asia are stronger than ever at this year's fair

A Monumental Figure of Amida Buddha

Section co-curated by Amin Jaffer and Sir Norman Rosenthal

London

6 Oct
A Monumental Figure of Amida Buddha

Section co-curated by Amin Jaffer and Sir Norman Rosenthal

London

5 Oct
A Monumental Figure of Amida Buddha

Section co-curated by Amin Jaffer and Sir Norman Rosenthal

 

London

4 Oct
A Monumental Figure of Amida Buddha

Section co-curated by Amin Jaffer and Sir Norman Rosenthal

London

3 Oct
A Monumental Figure of Amida Buddha

Section co-curated by Amin Jaffer and Sir Norman Rosenthal

London

2 Oct
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Co-curated by Amin Jaffer and Sir Norman Rosenthal

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A Monumental Figure of Amida Buddha

Buddhism, Zen and the Art of Calligraphy

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Giovanni Baratta, Mars, 1735 - 1740, White marble oval relief with Bardiglio marble frame, 77 × × 65 cm, Courtesy of Callisto Fine Arts

Showcasing the diversity of sculpture across centuries and cultures

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Sayed Haider Raza, L'Oiel

A presentation of black and white monochromatic works by S H Raza

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Piravend female idol Bronze Luristan, 9th-8th century BC Height: 14.4 cm Provenance: Collection David-Weill, Paris, 1931 (no. 92) Collection X, London and New York (Inv. 1538) Hôtel Drouot, Paris, Collection D. David-Weill © Galerie Kevorkian

Unique metalwork objects from 3rd to 1st millennium B.C. Luristan in Western Iran and Eurasian Steppes