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Why team is theme in London

Inaugural winter art week involves series of joint ventures with dealers outside the initiative

Collaboration is paramount at the inaugural London Art Week Winter from December 1-8. Among the 36 participants around Mayfair and St James’s, some will stage joint shows with fellow dealers, while others will juxtapose works from different cultures or by artistic compatriots.

And several LAW members are teaming up with outside dealers to hold joint exhibitions.

In Mason’s Yard, Stephen Ongpin Fine Art, a member of the event board, holds its 10th collaboration with British watercolour specialist Guy Peppiatt Fine Art. The two dealers, who share their ground-floor gallery, hold a salon-style show of 100 works on paper (50 from each) every winter and the two admit thriving under the spirit of friendly competition the show engenders as each sells one work after another.

Meanwhile, member Dickinson Gallery is working with Kent dealer Lennox Cato to present Form and Figure: Furniture and Paintings 16th-20thC. Taking place at the former’s ground-floor space on Jermyn Street, the show features a selection of Old Master, Impressionist and Modern pictures of the human figure alongside antique furniture and works of art supplied by Cato.

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