Debate in partnership with the Antiques Trade Gazette

Asian Art in London 2016

Due to the popularity of last year’s panel event debut during Asian Art in London featuring high profile panelists including renowned Chinese art dealer Roger Keverne and Pamela Kember, Head of Arts and Learning at Asia House, Lyon & Turnbull and the Antiques Trade Gazette will join forces once again to host a second debate.

This year we will turn our attention to the future of the Asian Art market, bringing together three of the industry’s newest voices from different corners of the globe, to examine how the market is likely to evolve over the coming years, as the inevitable generational shift takes place and the market is in new hands. We are very privileged to announce that the panel discussion will be chaired by one of the most talented orators in Asian Art, Nixi Cura. Nixi is programme director at Christie’s Education and serves as an Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Glasgow.

NixiNixi Cura, Debate Chair

 


MEET THE PANELLISTS


Mark Slaats, Panellist

Mark Slaats is a consultant and dealer with Littleton & Hennessy Asian Art based in London, who completed a post graduate programme at London’s School of Oriental and African Studies in 2012.

Li Chun Hu

Li Chun Hu, Panellist

With an MA in art market appraisal, Li is an experienced consultant in Chinese ceramics and works of art. Li advises private collectors in Beijing and in doing so has had great exposure to the market.

 

Paul

Paul Ruitenbeek, Panellist

Paul Ruitenbeek is the son of Feng-Chun Ma, founder of the Chinese & Japanese Art Consultancy in Amsterdam (and former head of Asian Art at Sotheby’s, Amsterdam). A recent graduate, Paul is learning the trade of his family’s business.

 


 

Forecasting the Future | The Next Generation

An open discussion in association with The Antiques Trade Gazette


Monday, 07 November | 2:00pm
Asia House | 63 New Cavendish Street | London W1G 7LP

Limited places, RSVP essential |
grace@lyonandturnbull.com

 

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