Asian Art in London

As part of Asian Art in London I-MYU Projects is holding a special exhibition in Mayfair’s Cork Street entitled “Of Origin and Future”.

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Linda Wrigglesworth collection under the hammer

by Philip Gowman 4 November 2008
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A collection of Korean fabrics and costume – chogakpo, hanbok – is to be auctioned at Christies on 6 Nov 2008

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Asian Art in London 08: the Korean angle

by Events Editor 29 October 2008
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The beginning of November is always a time for the West End art galleries and Kensington antique dealers to draw our attention to Asian Art. While a lot of the attention is always on the bigger countries, Korea gets a look-in. The full guidebook for the programme can be downloaded from the Asian Art in […]

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Han style comes to London

by Events Editor 24 October 2007

It seems that Hanbok events are like buses. You wait for ages, and then three come along at once. The first week in November brings the opportunity to (1) admire, (2) try on and (3) buy your own (genuine antique) hanbok, at (1) the Royal College of Art, (2) the V&A and (3) Linda Wrigglesworth. […]

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Asian Art in London – 10th year

by Events Editor 21 October 2007

Asian Art in London is an annual event which unites London’s leading Asian art dealers, major auction houses and societies in a series of gallery selling exhibitions, auctions, receptions, lectures and seminars. These are complemented by exhibitions at the leading museums. This is its tenth year and it runs from 1 – 10 November 2007. […]

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