Asian Arts | Exhibitions
Exhibitions & Events
April 2006 - 25th February 2007
Silks' Buddhist Textiles from Cambodia
in Asian Art
The British Museum
For further information contact Dr Heather Elgood,
The British Museum provides a unique opportunity to gain a postgraduate degree that focuses on the classical and decorative arts of Asia. The course is object based providing lectures and handling sessions led by leading international academics and museum curators.
Students can choose any number or combination of three-month modules. Students successfully completing three modules will be awarded a Postgraduate Diploma in Asian Art, validated by University of London, Royal Holloway College.
The Post Graduate Diploma is taught over three twelve-week terms. Please contact the Education Department for further details.
14th June - 22nd December 2006
Percival David Foundation
53 Gordon Square
From August: 10.00am- 12.30pm, 1.30pm-5pm
Colours - Polychrome Porcelain from Jingdezhen'
7th - 10th November 2006
The Nehru Centre
8 South Audley Street
London W1K 1HF
Tel: + 44 (0) 207 491 3567 / 7 493 2019
Fax:+ 44 (0) 207 409 3360
Email: [email protected]
'Raja Ravi Varma'
Further information please contact [email protected]
Akademi Event 2006 in Association with the Mayor of London
- 8th October 2006, 8pm
2005 - July 2007
The Victoria & Albert Museum
Tel: + 44 (0) 207 942 2000
New Gallery: Jameel Gallery of Islamic Art.
20th October 2006 - 30th
26th August - 12th November
The Fan Museum
12 Crooms Hill
London SE10 8ER
Tel: 0208 305 1441
Tues-Sat: 11 am - 5 pm, Sun: 12pm - 5 pm
Admission: £4; Consessions: £3;Children under 7, OAP'S, Disabled: Free
31st August - 11 November 2006
63 New Cavendish Street
Tel: +44 (0) 207 307 5454
'Beyond the Page: Contemporary Art from Pakistan'
Beyond the page: Contempoary Art from Pakistan will be launched this year at Asia House in London and Manchester Art Gallery, and will then tour to the Harley Gallery, Huddersfield Art Gallery and the Midlands Art Centre in Birmingham.
The art of minature painting developed at Islamic courts in Asia between the 14th and 19th Centuries. In recent years there has been a dramatic revival of the miniaturist tradition and its has once again become one of the most significant art forms of the region with several young Pakistani artists standing at the vanguard of the movement. the full-colour publication , designed by reform Creative in Manchester, and co-published by Asia House, Manchester Art Gallery and Shisa will be a lasting document of this exhibition and the transgression of a movement.
3rd October - 2nd December 2006
The London International Gallery of Children's Art
255 Finchley Road
Tel: +44 (0) 7435 0903
email: [email protected]
Tues - Thurs 4pm - 6pm, Fri - Sun 12pm - 6pm
'The Christina Noble Children's Foundation
Sunshine Art Exhibition'
10th October - 8th December 2006
The Brunei Gallery, SOAS
School of Oriental & African Studies
Tel: + 44 (0) 207 898 4915 (Reseption) 4046 (Recorded Information)
Contact: Joy Onyjiako
Email: [email protected]
Tues - Sat 10.30am - 5pm.
Admission: Free. Groups of 10 or more please telephone in advance.
from the End Game' The Photographs of Alexander Lyas - The
Tsar's Consul to Persia, from 1901-1914.
Future for the Past: The Petrie Palastinian Collection',
presented with the University of Archaeology UCL.
2nd-10th November 2006
The Bhavan Centre
M.P. Birla Millenium Gallery
4A Castletown Road
London W14 9HE
0207 381 3086
11am - 7pm daily
'Eastern Echos': A group exhibiiton by: Saima Rasheed, Maryam Hashemi, Aqeela Shirazes. An exhibition by three contemporary artists from South Asia to include watercolour and miniatures.
The private view for the exhibition is on Thursday 2nd November 6.30-8.30pm at the above address.
6th November - 1st December 2006
Embassy of Japan
Contact: Simon Wright + 44(0) 207 465 6500
Mon-Fri: 9.30am - 5.30 pm
'Washi Ning Yo: The World of Japanese Paper
November 2006 - 25th February 2007
'Chola: Sacred Bronzes of Southern India'
Private Preview 13th June 2007
The Grosvenor House Art & Antiques Fair began in 1934 and is one of the top four events of its kind in the world. The Fair is under patronage of Her Royal Highness Princess Alexandra.
During the 8 days of the fair, the Great Room at Grosvenor House on London's Park Lane is tranformed into a spectacular setting where £500 millions worth of art and antiques is offered for sale by 90 of the world's leading dealers. The very best of ancient, classical and twentieth century art is complemented by the latest creations from contemporary artists and designers.
Works of art from 300 BC to the present day are exhibited, including furniture, paintings, sculpture, glass, porcelain, ceramics, jewellery, silver, textiles, books and oriental works of art. Every work of art is strictly vetted for quality and authenticity by panels of over 140 experts. This means that visitors to the Fair can buy in absolute confidence.
For further information, please visit www.grosvenor-antiquesfair.co.uk
Asian Arts | Exhibitions