Masterpiece 2014 London

Imy Clarke - On behalf of Alchemy Recruitment, March 28, 2014

Fine Art is a lucrative area of the removals industry, with career paths available in art galleries, museums and auction houses. Whether already working within fine art removals and transportation or considering moving into this industry, Masterpiece 2014 London offers plenty of opportunities to engage with this fascinating line of work.

The fair, held from the 25th June – 2nd July in the South Grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea, brings together collectors, exhibitors and curators from all around the world. The exhibited pieces range from classical antiquities and modern photography to rare books and period jewelry. With a spectacular setting, the fair provides high end dining to coincide with its high quality art, offering culinary experiences from Le Caprice, Scott’s Seafood & Champagne Bar and The Ivy Bar.

Masterpiece London is an international celebration of all that is exquisite in art, antiques and design. A committee of experts scrutinizes all pieces on show before the fair opens so that buyers can be confident in their purchases. The fair is committed, above all else, to offering only the best objects available across multiple disciplines. On the 1st July there is also the opportunity to for guests of the fair to attend the Masterpiece Marie Curie Party, where amid champagne, cocktails and canapés, attendees can participate in an auction for specially selected works of art, once in a lifetime experiences and luxury items.

There are opportunities in abundance for all potential employers and employees alike within the Fine Art industry at Masterpiece London 2014. As well as notable exhibitors there will be specialist recruitment agencies attending the fair who can offer a wide range of services to all potential clients and candidates for careers within the Fine Art Industry.

To find out more information about Masterpiece London 2014 or buy your tickets, visit www.masterpiecefair.com

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