Adrian Sassoon

Stand:   269

Contemporary Studio ceramics, glass, silver, metal and jewellery

14 Rutland Gate
London, SW7 1BB
United Kingdom
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Gallery Information

  • Adrian Sassoon
  • Kathleen Slater Director
  • Mark Piolet Director

Adrian Sassoon is the UK’s leading dealer in contemporary ceramics, glass, silver and jewellery. Operating out of offices in Knightsbridge, London, Adrian Sassoon exhibits unique, museum-quality works of art at some of the world’s most prestigious Art Fairs.

Adrian Sassoon primarily represents UK-based artists, however the portfolio has expanded to include highly respected Japanese, Australian, Danish and Italian designers. Work can be viewed year-round, by appointment, in the London office.

Artists Exhibited at the fair:

  • Galia Amsel

    Galia Amsel

    Biography : Born 1967, London, England 1985-1986 Foundation Course, Loughton College of Further Education, Loughton 1986-1989 Middlesex Polytechnic, BA (Hons) 3-D Design (Ceramics and Glass) 1989-1991 Royal College of Art, London, MA Glass
  • Felicity Aylieff

    Felicity Aylieff

    Biography : Born 1954, Bedfordshire, England 1975-1977 Bath Academy of Art, Bath, BA Hons Three-Dimensional Design 1978 Goldsmiths College, London, ATC Postgraduate Teaching Course 1993-1996 Royal College of Art, London, M Phil Postgraduate Research, Ceramics Artist's Objects:
  • Giovanni corvaja

    Giovanni corvaja

  • Bouke de Vries

    Bouke de Vries

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  • Pippin Drysdale

    Pippin Drysdale

  • Michael Eden

    Michael Eden

    Biography : Born 1955, Blackburn, Lancashire 2006-2008 Royal College of Art, London, MPhil Detailed Description : "The ceramic container is a form that I am both functionally and aesthetically engaged with. The pots I previously made were designed to drink tea from, to serve food from and to play an accepted role in domestic life. Alongside the mechanics of the container I have become increasingly occupied with the way in which we perceive the relationship between the container and it’s surrounding space. The aim of this work is to put our perception of things in tension with our conception of them. Between 2006 and 2008 I undertook an MPhil at the Royal College of Art to concentrate on the development of a new body of work that explores the abstract qualities of the container. I have used a combination of drawing, 3D software, traditional hand skills, and digital technology in the development of this work. The main outcome of the research project is to have brought together revolutionary tools and materials for the first time to create a body of work that explores a new creative language." Artist's Objects:
  • Tim Edwards

    Tim Edwards

  • Hitomi Hosono

    Hitomi Hosono

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  • Kate Malone

    Kate Malone

    Biography : Born 1959, London, England 1979-1982 Bristol Polytechnic, BA (Hons) Ceramics 1983-1986 The Royal College of Art, London, MA 1998-1999 The Allotment, solo exhibition touring museums in the UK Artist's Objects:
  • Tobias Møhl

    Tobias Møhl

  • Junko Mori

    Junko Mori

    Biography : Born 1974, Yokohama, Japan 1993-1997 Musashino Art University, Tokyo, Japan, BA Industrial, Interior and Craft Design/ Metalwork Course 1998-2000 Camberwell College of Arts, BA Silversmithing & Metalwork Artist's Objects:
  • Colin Reid

    Colin Reid

    Biography : Born 1953, Cheshire, England 1970-1972 St. Martins School of Art, London 1975-1977 Trained and worked in industry as Scientific Glassblower (Lampwork) 1978-1981 Stourbridge School of Art, Stourbridge, BA (1st Class Hons) Glass Artist's Objects:
  • Bruno Romanelli

    Bruno Romanelli

    Biography : Born 1968, England 1993-1995 Royal College of Art, MA Glass 1988-1991 Staffordshire University, BA (Hon) Glass Design
  • Cox Stephen

    Cox Stephen

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  • Hiroshi Suzuki

    Hiroshi Suzuki

    Biography : Born 1961, Miyagi, Japan 1982-1988 Musashino Art University, Tokyo, Japan, BA Industrial, Interior & Craft Design 1994-1997 Camberwell College of Art, London, BA Silversmithing & Metalwork 1997-1999 Royal College of Art, London, MA Goldsmithing, Silversmithing, Metalwork & Jewellery Artist's Objects:
  • Hiroshi Suzuki

    Hiroshi Suzuki

    Detailed Description : Aqua-Poesy VII, 2008 Hammer-raised Fine silver 999 Height 38cm Diameter 33.5cm
  • Hiroshi Suzuki

    Hiroshi Suzuki

    Exhibition : Solo Exhibitions

    * Solo Retrospective, Goldsmith's Hall, London

    * The Bavarian State Prize, Exempla, Munich, Germany

    * Chongju International Craft Competition, Grand Prize
    * P&O Makower Trust Commission for Victoria & Albert Museum, London
    * Goldsmiths Crafts Council Awards, Commendation

    * New Ashgate Gallery Awards, First Prize
    * Kohdo Sculpture Competition, Honorable mentions

    * Kohdo Sculpture Competition, Honorable mentions

    * Musashino Art University Graduation Awards, Winner
    Detailed Description : Earth II, 2008 Hammer-raised and chased Fine silver 999 H35 Dia.20.5cm
  • Kondo Takahiro

    Kondo Takahiro

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  • Rachael Woodman

    Rachael Woodman

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