Asian Art in London 2017 | Highlights

 Drawing on the rich mediation of Buddhist imagery, James Stanford states: The vibrant images are reminiscent of physics-like models of space, but also have an immaterial, spiritual quality, evoking the artist’s strong connection to Zen Buddhism.

Drawing on the rich mediation of Buddhist imagery, James Stanford states: The vibrant images are reminiscent of physics-like models of space, but also have an immaterial, spiritual quality, evoking the artist’s strong connection to Zen Buddhism.

Presenting a range of Asian art dealers, auction houses and leading museums, Asian Art in London (AAL) returns on Thursday 2 November. 

From antique to contemporary, the annual 10-day event is made up of a host of satellite events and exhibitions promoting London as a centre of expertise for Asian art. 

Made up of exhibitions, auctions, symposia and lectures, Asian Art London (AAL) is a global event taking place for over the last twenty years. This year’s highlights include “East Meets West”, an exhibition during AAL at the Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour, which will include all AAL participants across all genres, whilst providing workshops and displays of interior Asian-influenced designs. > Read More