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From 30th January to 2nd February 2020, the second Connect Art Fair comes to the Mall Galleries, St James, London, with a special ‘London Calling’ exhibition focusing on the famous London art schools, London artists and of course works featuring famous landmarks, as well as everyday London life. Connect – The Independent Art Fair is a new art fair, run by art dealers, bringing exhibitors and art buyers together in a fresh, informed, and vital...

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London Art Fair’s programme of daily talks, tours and workshops provide a timely review of the art market today, trends and topics emerging within the contemporary art scene, tips on building your art collection, artist’s talks and more; presenting the perfect setting for both the experienced collector and new art-world enthusiast. These events are free to attend for all visitors to the Fair. WEDNESDAY 22 JANUARY 2020 – TALKS 10.30am – 11.45am Building a collection:...

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The Royal Society of British Artists (RBA) holds its 303rd exhibition from the 19th to the 29th February 2020 at the Mall Galleries London, and Arts & Collections readers can get free tickets for two, saving £10 on the standard price. The RBA is dedicated to promoting the highest standards of skill, concept and draughtsmanship in painting, sculpture, printmaking and drawing. The exhibition is sourced from member artists and through open submission, to bring together...

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Box galleries in Chelsea is the go-to London destination for contemporary art collectors. Arts & Collections asks owner Emma Moir for her unique take on the market  Since its foundation in 2012, Box Galleries has become a reliable source of recognised investment artwork, as well as works by emerging talents in the contemporary art scene.  Emma Moir, owner of the King’s Road, Chelsea gallery, has built up an impeccable reputation for having access to artwork...

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As one of London’s most iconic hotels, the Café Royal is perhaps the most famous landmark of the capital’s social scene. Founded in 1863 by a French wine merchant, the hotel has been established as a five star cultural icon for over a century. Now it has enjoyed an artistic makeover from art advisors, Atelier 27. Classic Yet Modern Atelier 27’s styling aims to pay tribute to the exceptional identity of the hotel and continue...

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An annual showcase of contemporary work, Goldsmiths’ Fair is a highlight of the jewellery calendar. Arts & Collections visited the Autumn event to meet the artists collectors won’t want to miss  ‘Personality is stronger in British silver than anywhere else in the world,’ said Graham Hughes, Art Director of the Goldsmiths’ Company from 1951-81. This sentiment was on full display in the striking silhouettes present at this year’s annual Goldsmiths’ Fair, a showcase that brings...

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Art consultancy ARTIQ has celebrated its 10th birthday at Burleigh Street Townhouse in London. The Townhouse – formerly the offices of Sherlock Holmes magazine publisher The Strand – was turned into an immersive art experience with the help of artists who work with the art curation and rental company. Founded a decade ago by chief executive Patrick McCrae at the age of 21, the company curates and rents art collections and has become one of...

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A solo exhibition by influential British sculptor Jeff Lowe at Pangolin London has been announced for January 2020. Open from 15th January – 22nd February 2020, the exhibition will feature a series of Lowe’s large-scale sculptures alongside smaller works and prints. This marks a shift in Lowe’s usual aesthetic through a change in technique, material and bold use of colour. Jeff Lowe’s new series of large-scale sculptures are shaped from curved sheets of aluminium, folded...

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Ronnie Wood, best known as guitarist for the Rolling Stones, is opening a popup exhibition at Carousel, 71 Blandford Street, London to showcase his artwork. Opening on the 13th December, The Ronnie Wood Collection will give visitors the chance to see some of his best-loved paintings and never before seen works, as well as a series of limited edition signed prints. See Also: Keith Flint Auction ‘Surpasses Expectations and Raises £347k  “I’m always looking for...

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London-based ‘hybrid store’ COS, which showcases both fashion and art, has announced its latest line-up of installations by young artists including Studio Mieke Meijer, Charlotte Taylor, Haar East and Cody Cobb. The exhibition at the historic Coal Drops Yard, Kings Cross location is on until Spring 2020. Works include a light installation from Studio Mieke Meijer, The Space Frames, which explores physical and visual lightness, balance and stability. The new collection includes a unique array...

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