See the Exclusive Exhibitor List of Masterpiece London 2016

The London art and antiquities fair keeps getting stronger.

Works from antiquity to the 20th Century at Alessandra di Castro and Valerio Turchi at Masterpiece 2015. Photo: Masterpiece, London
Masterpiece London 2015. Photo: Masterpiece, London

Nazy Vassegh, Chief Executive of Masterpiece, at the fair with J-F Courville, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, RBC Wealth Management.
Photo: Masterpiece, London.

We have the exclusive exhibitor list of the 2016 edition of Masterpiece, the London-based art, antiques, and design fair, which from June 30 to July 6 will host 150 galleries showcasing works spanning over 5,000 years.

The fair found its niche in the cluttered London art fair calendar by presenting a varied selection of works that Impressionist and modern art, postwar and contemporary art, Old Master paintings, modern and contemporary design, ethnographic and folk art, antiquities, rare books, and jewelry.

Works from antiquity to the 20th Century at Alessandra di Castro and Valerio Turchi at Masterpiece 2015. Photo: Masterpiece, London

Works from antiquity to the 20th Century at Alessandra di Castro and Valerio Turchi at Masterpiece 2015.
Photo: Masterpiece, London.

Tony Johnson, head of sales and relationship management at Masterpiece sponsors RBC Wealth Management called the fair, “one of the most prominent gatherings of collectors, exhibitors and curators in the world.”

The fair’s growing popularity has also benefited from its timing, taking place in the relatively calm summer months.

Notable new additions for Masterpiece’s upcoming edition include Axel Vervoordt, Tornabuoni Art, and Cortesi Gallery. Hong Kong jeweler Wallace Chan will also debut at the fair this year.

A display of 18th and 19th Century continental furniture and works of art at Didier Aaron at Masterpiece 2015. Photo: Masterpiece, London

A display of 18th and 19th Century continental furniture and works of art at Didier Aaron at Masterpiece 2015.
Photo: Masterpiece, London.

Other highlights include the Stockholm-based gallery Modernity, which specializes in 20th century pieces of Danish and Swedish design. Meanwhile, Safani Gallery will bring art from ancient cultures including Egypt, Greece and Rome.

Old Masters fans will want to stop by Philip Mould’s booth, while Medieval and Ancient art aficionados shouldn’t miss the booths of Sam Fogg and De Backker Medieval Art.

If you’re interested in Impressionist, modern, and postwar art, you should put Richard Green and Thomas Gibson Fine Art at the top of your list.

“I am delighted that 2016 will see the strongest international line up to date at Masterpiece London, a sign of the growing significance of the fair on the global art scene and a highlight for curators and collectors alike,” Nazy Vassegh, chief executive of Masterpiece London, told artnet News.

Full Masterpiece London 2016 Exhibitor List (with new participants in italic):

A La Vieille Russie

William Agnew

Aktis Gallery

Paolo Antonacci

Apter-Fredericks

Ariadne Galleries

Gallery Anne Autegarden

De Backker Medieval Art Belgium

Bailly Gallery

Hélène Bailly Gallery

Véronique Bamps

Galería Barbié

Edward Barnsley Workshop

Based Upon

Beetles + Huxley

Michele Beiny, Inc

Galerie Jacques de la Béraudière

Berko Fine Paintings

Blain|Southern

H. Blairman & Sons Ltd

Boghossían

Jean-David Botella

Bottegantica

Patrick Bourne & Co

Brun Fine Art

Butchoff Antiques

Carter Marsh & Co

Wallace Chan

Chatila Jewellers

Galerie Chenel

Chiale Fine Art

Collisart, LLC

Jonathan Cooper

Cortesi Gallery

Thomas Coulborn & Sons

Crane Kalman Gallery

Sandra Cronan

DAG Modern

Alessandra Di Castro

Dickinson

Didier Ltd

Geoffrey Diner Gallery, Inc

Martin du Louvre

Charles Ede Ltd

Galerie Xavier Eeckhout

88-Gallery London

Les Enluminures

Theo Fennell

Finch & Co

Peter Finer

The Fine Art Society

Sam Fogg

N & I Franklin

David Ghezelbash Archéologie

Thomas Gibson Fine Art Ltd

David Gill Gallery

Godson & Coles

Michael Goedhuis

Richard Green

Martyn Gregory

GrimaHancocks

Harmakhis Galerie

Peter Harrington

Hemmerle

Edward Hurst Antiques

Galerie Willy Huybrechts

JGM Art London

Katie Jones

Christopher Kingzett

Koopman Rare Art

Kunstberatung Zurich

Lampronti Gallery

LINLEY

Lowell Libson Ltd

Long-Sharp Gallery

M & L Fine Art

MacConnal-Mason Gallery

Mallett

Galerie Marcilhac

Mayoral

Mazzoleni London

Patrick & Ondine Mestdagh Gallery

John Mitchell Fine Paintings

Modernity, Stockholm

Amir Mohtashemi Ltd

Philip Mould & Company

Kenneth Neame Ltd

Nukaga Gallery

Stephen Ongpin Fine Art

Osborne Samuel Galler

Anthony Outred Ltd

A. Pallesi Art Gallery

Pangolin London

Frank Partridge

Peter Petrou

Ronald Phillips Ltd

S.J. Phillips Limited

Piano Nobile

Portland Gallery

Repetto Gallery

Röbbig München

Robertaebasta

Robilant + Voena

Rolleston Ltd

Safani Gallery Inc.

Adrian Sassoon

Scultura Italiana di Dario Mottola

Senger Bamberg Kunsthandel

Shapero Rare Books

Elle Shushan

The Silver Fund

Sinai & Sons Ltd

Sismann Gallery

Sladmore Contemporary

The Sladmore Gallery

Somlo Antiques

Steinitz

Stockspring Antiques

Symbolic & Chase

M. F. Toninelli Art Moderne

Tornabuoni Art

Trinity House Paintings

Antichità Valerio Turchi

Rose Uniacke

Univers du Bronze

Van Cleef & Arpels

Verdura Jewellery

Axel Vervoordt

Rupert Wace Ancient Art

W.W. Warner Antiques

Wartski

Waterhouse & Dodd

Offer Waterman

William Weston Gallery

Alan Wheatley Art

Whitestone Gallery

John Whitehead

Whitford Fine Art

Wick Antiques

Anthony Woodburn

Ben Wright Clocks

Robert Young Antiques

Robert Zehil Gallery


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