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Time to come back and time to go a bit further

Galerie Gilgamesh, 19 rue de Verneuil, 75007 Paris, France

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Céramiques monochromes du néolithique chinois

19-30 septembre 2023, mardi-samedi 11h-19h

Vernissage le 19 septembre 11h-21h


The gallery will present a group of high quality ceramic objects representing a variety of early Chinese civilizations. They are also combined with a selection of ancient European art, demonstrating the contrasts and impacts between the two.


Late opening

19 September, until 21h

Drink reception
Guided tour

19-23 September, 13h

Gallery and exhibition tour with handling session

Galerie Imperial Art, 3 Place du Général Catroux, 75017 Paris, France

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We are delighted to present a group a rare and elegant early Chinese ceramics. This specially curated exhibition “Ancient Chinese art in a French house” is hosted by Galerie Imperial Art that has a unique strength in 18th and 19th century decorative arts of the "Empire style". The gallery is located in the prestigious setting of a 19th century private mansion.

Private events

Conférence – Cocktail

08 June, 19h30 – 21h

Lecture "Development of ceramics in the Tang dynasty which reflects the cultural exchange between China and the West" and drink reception
Visite guidée

09 June, 10h30 – 12h

Gallery and exhibition tour with handling session

The Marquee, Petworth House and Park, Petworth, West Sussex GU28 0QY

Friday 11.00–18.00 | Saturday 10.30–18.00 | Sunday 10.30–17.00

A selection of fine early Chinese, and Korean ceramics in combination

with European early 20th century paintings and prints

- Demonstrating an European house decorated by Asian art

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The London Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square, Duke Street, London W1K 6JP

January 12-15, 2023 (Thursday 12.00–20.00 | Friday 11.00–18.00 | Saturday 11.00–18.00 | Sunday 11.00–17.00)

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A selection of stunning and rare early Chinese, Japanese and Korean ceramics.

Live talk and handling everyday:

  • Thu 12th Jan 2pm, Live talk and handling Day 1 – Chinese Neolithic pottery Part 1: decoding the mystery of surface paintings

  • Fri 13th Jan 2pm, Live talk and handling Day 2 – Chinese Neolithic pottery Part 2: the lives of early civilisations

  • Sat 14th Jan 2pm, Live talk and handling Day 3 – Silk Road and culture exchange between the West and East 

  • Sun 15th Jan 2pm, Live talk and handling Day 4 – Tradition and techniques of Korean and Japanese ceramics

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Asian Art in London 2022
Autumn Exhibition

Opening Time

Mon - Thurs 14h00-18h00

Fri 14h00-20h00

Late opening: Thu 20th and 27th 18h00-21h00

Closed: Mon 24th Oct, Wed 26th Oct & Tue 1st Nov 

Other hours including weekends by appointment only



Neolithic Asian art and life

Thu 3rd Nov 18h30

Library of University Women’s Club

2 Audley Square, London W1K 1DB

Free to attend, contact the gallery to reserve your place


Guided Tour

18h00 Fri 21st Oct

18h00 Fri 28th Oct

18h00 Fri 4th Nov

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Asian Art in London
Summer Event 2022

Gallery Public Opening Hours
No Need for Appointment
Wednesday 29th June: 11:00 – 16:00
Thursday 30th June: 15:00 – 20:00
Friday 1st July: 11:00 – 17:30
(Summer Evening Opening from 19.00 – 21.00)
Saturday 2nd July: 11:00 – 16:00

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Royal Provenance
5 Rue Auber, 75009 Paris, 4e étage

June 6 - July 25 2022
11h -19h
by appointment

Exhibition talk June 13, 5-9pm

From Rome to Chgang'an - early Chinese sculptures

Followed by a gallery tour with refreshment

Chelsea Old Town Hall (Chelsea Manor St, London SW3 5EE)

March 23-27, 2022 (Private Preview March 22)


A selection of stunning and rare early Chinese, Japanese and Korean ceramics.

23rd March 2pm: Object of the day 1

– Chinese Neolithic pottery and civilizations


24th March 6pm: Monthly Art Salon

– Exhibition Highlights on early Asian art


25th March 2pm: Object of the day 2

– Early Chinese stone sculptures and Buddhism art


26th March 2pm: Object of the day 3

– Culture exchange between the West and East during early centuries 


27th March 2pm: Object of the day 4

– Japanese and Korean ceramics

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