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Art Rickshaw presents ‘Asian Art and Silk Embroidery’ Exhibition during the Asia House Fair 3-6 March 2016

Thursday, February 25th, 2016

Art Rickshaw presents ‘Asian Art and Silk Embroidery’, an exhibition that will take place during the Asia House Fair that runs from 3rd to 6th March 2016 at Asia House, 63 New Cavendish Street, London. One of the works featured in the exhibition is shown above (image courtesy of Art Rickshaw).

Art Rickshaw recently announced its appointment as the Authorised UK representative for XQ Vietnam, one of Vietnam’s foremost silk embroidery houses. A selection of XQ’s exquisite embroideries will be shown at the Asia House Fair. Each year Asia House, a Pan-Asian organisation in the UK hosts a bustling Asian Bazaar showcasing cultural products and experience from different regions of Asia. For more information visit the Asia House website by clicking here.

Art Rickshaw presents a Christmas Special Silk Embroidery Art Exhibition (2-30/Nov)

Friday, October 30th, 2015

Art Rickshaw presents a Christmas Special Silk Embroidery Art Exhibition & Sale from 2nd to 30th of November at Arts Depot, in Finchley, North London. A rare chance to see a stunning and exquisite collection of hand stitched silk art from Asia. From warm shimmering tones to softer cooler hues in blues and lilacs, skillfully embroidered by hand demonstrating meticulous needlework and exemplary craftsmanship, these one off art pieces are a visual delight. A selection of traditional hand painted Mathubani paintings from India and Tibetan Mandalas will also be on show. The exhibition aims to encourage, promote and celebrate traditional art techniques.

All artworks (one of which is shown here courtesy of Art Rickshaw) are one off pieces, individually hand crafted by highly skilled artisans and available for sale, making very special and unique Christmas gifts.

Venue: Arts Depot, Exhibition Hall, Level 2, 5 Nether Street, London N12 0GA. 

Opening Times: Daily Mon – Fri  9am – 5:30pm. Sat-Sun 10am – 5:30pm


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About Art Rickshaw: Art Rickshaw is a small privately owned art dealership specialising in individually crafted art from around the world. The mission of Art Rickshaw is to revive and celebrate traditional hand craftsmanship that have been handed down through generations and to promote and raise awareness of traditional art techniques. Website: Email:

The Cynthia Corbett Gallery will make its debut appearance at COLLECT at the Saatchi Gallery (8-11/May)

Wednesday, May 6th, 2015

The Cynthia Corbett Gallery is delighted to announce that it will make its debut appearance at COLLECT at the Saatchi Gallery from 8th to 11th May.

An international contemporary art gallery, the Cynthia Corbett Gallery exhibits both emerging and established artists. In 2009 it launched the Young Masters Art Prize, a not-for-profit initiative to celebrate artists inspired by the art of the past. In 2014, with the generous support of James and Maylis Grand, the inaugural Young Masters Maylis Grand Ceramics Prize was launched to showcase artists who respond to ceramic heritage in an innovative way.

At COLLECT, the Gallery will present a curated selection of seven artists who featured in the Prize, including shortlisted artists Kevin Callaghan, Christabel Birbeck and Jo Taylor; highly commended artists Zemer Peled and Jongjin Park; winner Matt Smith (whose Feast Installation is shown here courtesy of the Cynthia Corbett Gallery; and Guest Artist Chris Antemann. For more information, please contact the Cynthia Corbett Gallery


AWAD welcomes a new Member: Bhavika Depala, Art Rickshaw

Monday, April 13th, 2015

BhavikaAWAD, the Association of Women Art Dealers, is pleased to announce a new Start Up Member for our London Chapter, Bhavika Depala.

After an inspiring back packing trip around Asia, Bhavika Depala founded Art Rickshaw in 2012 and since 2014, she has been exhibiting her trademark high quality, individually crafted pieces in venues across London.

Click here to read Bhavika’s full profile and please join us in warmly welcoming Bhavika to AWAD.

Karin Weber Gallery shows ‘Estranged Gestures’ celebrating Hong Kong’s traditional craftmanship

Thursday, August 8th, 2013


Karin Weber Gallery presents in August an exhibition curated by Professor Tricia Flanagan of Hong Kong Baptist University.  ‘Estranged Gestures’ will be looking at Hong Kong traditional craftsmanship – bamboo, metal, cheongsam dress, etc and presenting it in a fresh perspective. Click here for the press release. For more information contact Karin Weber Gallery.

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