London Art Week 2017 presented a glittering array of special exhibitions hosted across more than forty of the capital’s most prestigious galleries and three leading auction houses. With participating venues all situated within easy walking distance of one another in the heart of the historic West End of London, London Art Week offered an unrivalled opportunity to discover both priceless antiquities and works by the leading names in modern art.
Highlights include exhibitions featuring the work of Eugene Delacroix, Marcel Duchamp, Paul Gauguin, Sir Thomas Lawrence, Amedeo Modigliani, Pablo Picasso, Paul Rubens and Giambattista Tiepolo. Visitors were also able to participate in a range of exclusive activities, including curator-led talks and special workshops at participating galleries.
Paget PR has secured considerable print coverage for London Art Week ranging from national broadsheets such as the FT Life & Arts, the Evening Standard and The Times, to periodicals such as The Week, The World of Interiors and Country Life, and specialist art-magazines such as Burlington Magazine and Antiques Trade Gazette. London Art Week also gained widespread international attention and was featured in Die Welt, a German daily newspaper, the Dutch and Belgian publication COLLECT Magazine and the French language Beaux Art Magazine.
The Daily Telegraph described London Art Week as an event that “attract[s] the world’s collectors and museum curators to savour the rich tapestry of London’s Art Market.”
Apollo Magazine stated that London Art Week had “established itself as one of the highlights of the summer season,” where “as ever, there are some remarkable antiquities on show.”
London Art Week was also featured in online publications such as the Evening Standard which described the event as “paying tribute to the capital as the place to be for art enthusiasts and collectors,” where visitors would have the chance to “see and buy rare and exciting work.”
Highlights from online coverage also include the Financial Times, The Telegraph Luxury Art, Apollo Magazine Online, Spectator Life, Blouin Artinfo, Antiques Trade Gazette, Artlyst, Artdaily and the Spanish language Tendencias del Mercardo del Arte.
The total circulation of the print and online coverage secured by Paget was over 65 million.