In the July 28th edition of the Antiques Trade Gazette, LAPADA stated that its members now enjoy one fifth of their sales through online advertising. The internet is now becoming a trusted medium for buyers and sellers of works of art and antiques on line throughout the world. Click here to read more...
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With its hidden squares, historical sights and twisting alleys, London remains one of the best cities in the world for walking. Metro checks out some of the best places in the capital to explore on foot. Click here to read more...
"Sculptures are not just for the super-rich. Sculpture is the ultimate trophy art, with scope for greater impact than work in two dimensions. According to auctioneers, prices are up because of a surge in new buyers looking for top-end contemporary pieces to decorate their properties and hopefully turn a profit. The super-rich who visit for the Olympics will have a chance to view works". Mark Bridge, The Times
AN ALTERNATIVE TRAIL AND EXHIBITION OF OUTDOOR SCULPTURE IN LONDON
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Judy Boyt, Paul Day, Philip Jackson, Hamish Mackie, Tom Maley, Joseph Paxton, Enzo Plazzotta, Walter Raes & Ana Tzarev.