Category: Events

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Upcoming Exhibition – Beauty in the Ancient Americas: Pre-Columbian Aesthetics

Catalogued, presented, and displayed by four major media groups Pre-Columbian artisans utilized most: Jade, gold, terra-cotta, and stone… this exhibition aims to compare and contrast different regions, periods, and cultures through the lens of technique, form, and function.

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African and Pre-Columbian Art Auction

Our summer auction features a magnificent grouping of rare and unique objects from the African, Tribal, and Pre-Columbian Art collections. Everything from masks and pottery, to large figures and bronze amulets.

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Exhibition: The Absence of Paterfamilias

Barakat Seoul is proud to host and present "The Absence of the Paterfamilias," a duo exhibition of works by Cho Moon-Ki and Alex Verhaest from 1st June to 6th August 2017.

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LEGENDS 2017 @ Barakat Gallery

LEGENDS is a 3-day celebration of design that brings together thousands of VIPs and tastemakers from the worlds of interior design, decor, art, fashion and architecture. The Barakat Gallery West Hollywood showroom was proud to host 2 panel discussions during the 3 day event, and welcome designers, curators, publishers, and influencers from all over the world through its doors.

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Barakat Gallery LCDQ Grand Opening

Barakat Gallery, one of the world’s leading galleries devoted to ancient art and the most prominent gallery of its kind on the West coast, will open a new location in the world famous La Cienega Design Quarter in West Hollywood and hold a Grand Opening Event on April 29, 2017. Barakat West Hollywood consists of a 7,000 square-foot museum-style exhibition space spread over two levels and 12 rooms, where it will present some of the finest art and antiquities from around the globe.

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Inaugural Barakat Online Auction

With lots consisting of Greek, Roman, Egyptian, Near Eastern, Chinese, African, and Pre-Colombian material this auction has a little something for everyone. Stand out selections include a large Roman Marble Relief, a very fine Remojadas Sculptural Fragment of a Smiling Head, a Hellenistic Bronze Helmet of the Illyrian type, a masterfully rendered Red Sandstone Khmer Head, a collection of fine Greek Pottery, and much, much more.

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Grand Opening VIP Event: Barakat Seoul
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Grand Opening VIP Event: Barakat Seoul

The internationally renowned Barakat Gallery, with over 150 years of tradition and established galleries in London, Beverly Hills and Abu Dhabi is now opening their 4th branch on the 11th of October in Seoul, South Korea. Barakat Seoul will permanently host selections from the Barakat Collection, which houses tens of thousands of museum quality items of ancient art.

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Korea Herald: A feast for the eyes and mind – the opening of Barakat Gallery Seoul

Barakat runs a fifth-generation family business in art of the antiquities, running galleries in Beverly Hills and London as well as a museum in Amman, Jordan. The first Barakat Gallery in Asia is officially opening in Samcheong-dong, Seoul, on Monday.

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Puja and Piety: Hindu, Jain, and Buddhist Art from the Indian Subcontinent

This exhibition celebrates the complexity of South Asian representation and iconography by examining the relationship between aesthetic expression and the devotional practice, or puja, in the three native religions of the Indian subcontinent.

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Cave Temples of Dunhuang: The Getty Museum

This spring the Getty Museum will exhibit replicas of three of these caves for "Cave Temples of Dunhuang: Buddhist Art on China's Silk Road," which opens May 7. The ambitious, three-part exhibition, co-organized by the Getty Research Institute and the Getty Conservation Institute, also includes a gallery showing of more than 40 objects resurrected in 1900 from one cave.

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Temple of Dendur’s Lost Colors Brought to Life at the Met

The Met’s MediaLab has installed a projector that fills in the temple’s carvings with color. Through March 19, one section of the structure’s south side is on view: a scene of the Roman emperor Augustus, dressed as a pharaoh and making an offering to the deities Hathor and Horus. Because the sun would wash out the projector’s light (the gallery has floor-to-ceiling windows), the scene is illuminated on Friday and Saturday evenings, when the Met offers extended hours.

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Antique and Modern Jewelry Show | Barakat London

More than fifty magnificent pieces of jewellery will reveal their long history and striking beauty in a unique combination of pieces from the ancient times to the present day, coupling tradition to modern style. Bringing together revival sculptures of astonishing elegance with ancient gems set as modern jewelry, we bridge the gap of time by accompanying imagination to inspiration, talent to skill, craftsmanship to art, by celebrating expression and design.

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