Masterpiece London announce lineup for summer event


Masterpiece London in 2018. Image: Ben Fisher courtesy of Masterpiece London.

Over 120 galleries and dealers have booths at the event which runs from June 30 to July 6 with a preview day on June 29.

The event is the first physical London masterpiece since 2019. The number of exhibitors is reduced from the previous, pre-pandemic level of approximately 150.

This year he rides TEFAF Maastricht which had moved from its usual March date to June 25-30 (with an invite-only preview on June 24 and the morning of June 25).

In addition to the galleries of the fair, two monumental light installations by the artist Anila Agha (represented by Sundaram Tagore Gallery) will be exhibited at the entrance of the fair.


Masterpiece London 2019

A view of Tony Cragg Bust (2014) from the Jerome Zodo Gallery at Masterpiece London 2019. Image: Ben Fisher courtesy of Masterpiece London.

The Masterpiece London lineup is available online on the Masterpiece website and below:

3812 Gallery

88 Gallery

A lighthouse called Kanata

Adrian Alan

Adrian Sassoon Ltd

Adrian Sutton

Advanced graphics

Afridi Gallery

Alan Wheatley

Alessandra di Castro

Annely Juda Fine Arts

Anthony Outred

ArtAntique

Arusha Gallery

bastien

boccara

Archer Carving

Butchoff Antiques

Carter Marsh & Co.

Charles Ede

Charlie Smith London

Chatila

Christophe Kingzett Fine Arts

CINDY CHAO The art jewel

Kalman Crane

David Aaron

Dhoomimal Gallery

Dickinson

Didier

DK Engineering

E&H Ways

Edward Barnsley Workshop

Edward Hurst Antiques

Elliot Davies fine art

Everard Read

Fileman Antiques

Fine Minerals International

flower gallery

Gallery Cortina

Henze & Ketterer & Triebold Gallery

Von Vertes Gallery

Geoffrey Diner Gallery

Gladwell and Patterson

Godson & Coles

Grima

Blairman and sons

Hackel Bury Fine Art

Hatchwell Antiques

Howard Walwyn Fine Antique Clocks

Huxley Lounge

imperial art

Ingleby

Jacksons

James Freeman Gallery

James Graham-Stewart

James Hyman Gallery

Fine Paintings by John Mitchell

Jonathan Clark & ​​Co.

jonathan cooper

Karen Taylor fine art

Koopman Art Rare

Long and clean gallery

Lyndsey Ingram

MacConnal-Mason

Marc Straus Gallery

Marlborough Gallery

Michael Hoppen Gallery

Michael Lipitch

Michele Beiny

ModernityMoussaieff Jewelers

Muccacio

N&I Franklin

Waterman offer

Opera Gallery

Samuel Osborne

Oscar Graf

Pangolin London

Patrick and Ondine Mestdagh

Patrick Heide Contemporary Art

Perrin Fine Arts

Pierre Harrington

Philip Mold & Company

noble piano

Portland Gallery

portuondo

Richard Green

RIVA / Ventura United Kingdom

Robert Young Antiques

Robertaebsta

Robilant + Voena

Rolleston

Ronald Phillips

Rose Uniacke

SJ Phillips

Sabbadini

Sandra Cronan

Sarah Myerscough Gallery

Italian sculpture by Dario Mottola

Rare Books Shapero / Modern Shapero

Simon Teakle Jewelry

Antiquities of Somlo

Steve Sly Japanese Art

Sundaram Tagore

Contemporary Tang

The gallery of everything

The Parker Gallery

The Redfern Gallery

The Sladmore Gallery

Tobie Birch

Tristan Hoare Gallery

Bronze Universe

Valerio Turchi Roma

Van Cleef & Arpels

Van der Meij Fine Arts

Greenery / Belperron

Vigo Gallery

W. Warner Antiques

Custos of Waddington

Wartsky

Waterhouse and Dodd

Whitford Fine Arts

Wick Antiques

Willoughby Gerrish

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