This November, the artwork and craftsmanship of Matthias Dathe and Jared Fitzgerald will be on show for all to see in a pop up exhibition at Dorsett Shepherds Bush, showcasing the new partnership between Dorsett Hospitality International and Asian Art in London (AAL). Matthias Dathe’s work includes a variety of jewellery, made using beautiful original Jade pieces and inspired by his travels to Asia. Also on show will be Fitzgerald’s hand painted porcelain pots, individually made in Jing de Zhen, China.
The event will be running from the 5th– 14th November at Dorsett Shepherds Bush. All week guests to the hotel will be able to see the collections as the exhibition takes place in the hotel’s main foyer. Dorsett and AAL also warmly invite visitors outside of the hotel to come and experience the artwork; the exhibition is free and walk-ins are welcome.
Winnie Chiu, President at Dorsett Hospitality International, beams “We are thrilled to be working with Asian Art London and with two iconic artists, Matthias Dathe and Jared Fitzgerald. I am excited to have the opportunity to combine my passion for hotels with my love for art, in particular Asian art, and Dorsett Shepherds Bush is a fabulous London venue to showcase the artwork for all to see.”
Complementing the exhibition, the famous Jin Bar at Dorsett Shepherds Bush will create an AAL-inspired signature cocktail as well as offer two option of traditional afternoon tea….the Dorsett Classic Afternoon Tea at £24 and the Sparkling Afternoon Tea at £30.50. For guests travelling into London this period, Dorsett Shepherd’s Bush is offering a special bespoke AAL room rate of £140 room only including tax. Experience Asian Art at its finest at Dorsett Shepherds Bush.
Asian Art London
Asian Art in London brings together over sixty of the world’s top dealers, major auction houses and museums for an annual ten-day celebration of the finest Asian art.
With more than 15 years’ experience behind him, German jeweller, Matthias Dathe, is the first talent to be showcased at Dorsett Shepherds Bush’s AAL pop up event. Owing to a wealth of travel throughout Asia, and time spent living in Hong Kong, Matthias has been exposed to a wealth of Asiatic jewelleries and jade objects d’arts. His masterpieces are inspired by his passion and love for Chinese Jade Art Crafts and the refined Art of Asian Jewellery Design.
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