18 October 2012

Asian Art London Guide

Duchange & Riché

Asian Art dealers, Duchange & Riché specialise in rare and exquisite Chinese and Japanese objets d’art from between the 14th and 19th Centuries.

Originating in Paris in 1965 by lead expert Michel Duchange, Duchange & Riché’s gallery now lies in the heart of the antique district of Sablon, Brussels, run by Michel’s daughter Anne and her husband and business partner Philippe Riché, himself a member of the Oriental Ceramic Society.

Having recently opened an outlet in Grays Antiques, London, Duchange & Riché felt it pertinent to join other respected London based dealers in participating in Asian Art London 2012. They have taken the Art Space Gallery on Maddox Street in which to showcase exceptional pieces of Chinese taste, Export and East India Company, as well as a remarkable Japanese collection.

They will be participating in the Mayfair late night opening and hosting an afternoon lecture by guest speaker, Natalie Vandeperre, Asian Art Curator (China, Japan and Korea) at the Royal Museums of Art and History, Brussels. Also in attendance will be Jean Marie Simmonet, Director of the Belgian Institute for Chinese Studies.  Simmonet’s book, The Orchid Pavilion: The Art of Calligraphy in China, draws reference to the story of ‘The Lanting Gathering’, illustrated on a few special pieces which will be exhibited by Duchange & Riché during Asian Art London.

Visit the exhibition from 1-10 November 2012 at

18 Maddox Street, Mayfair, London W1S 1P (Art Space Gallery)

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