Laue bone turned objetsSome of the art dealers have created digital platforms to continue their business, dealing with clients worldwide

London Art Week Digital will start in early July with more than 40 dealers participating from galleries worldwide, covering all pre-contemporary art. (

Stephen Ongpin of Stephen Ongpin Fine Art, chairman of the event, noted, “London Art Week has been a growing success. This summer, we expected to see the highest number of participants and gallery exhibitions yet. The current COVID-19 pandemic may have curtailed this, but it has instead given us an opportunity to explore how our community can work with one another in these difficult times and explore new opportunities. We feel London Art Week Digital will offer a platform to dealers around the world to join forces and offer their best works to a varied audience of international collectors and curators.”

Summers Place Auctions, one of the leaders in garden statuary and natural history auctions, are planning online auctions for the end of June with a focus on minerals for one and African sculpture for the other. In the meantime, they are always open to talk about some of the past highlights that have sold in their saleroom in Sussex. (

Amanda Aldous Fine Art has taken her Modern British and Contemporary Art exhibitions online with her garden sculpture exhibition in June and her summer exhibition opening in July. (

Amanda says, “Placing sculptures in your garden is a brilliant way to create focal points and draw the eye around the garden. With judicious lighting, it can become a central feature both night and day throughout the year.”

Amanda is also curating an exhibition of Cornish Art, to ensure people can have that beautiful holiday feel in their home all year round.