Andrew Graham-Dixon Art critic, journalist, TV presenter, author, lecturer and educationalist.

Andrew Graham-Dixon is an experienced speaker at corporate events of all kinds. He has opened numerous exhibitions, judged the Turner Prize, conducted charity auctions and given more after-dinner speeches than most people have had hot dinners! (well, not quite).

Most recently, he hosted the clients of Ernst & Young for two glitteringly rococo evenings at London's most beautiful small museum, the Wallace Collection. For that event, Andrew took select groups of clients around the galleries, giving them the lowdown on such great masterpieces as Fragonard's The Swing - "the world's most famous painting of a man looking up a girl's dress" - and capping off the evening with a welcome speech during which he included a number of jokes completely free of charge. A very good time was had by all!

If you are planning a corporate event with a fine art or contemporary art angle, and would like Andrew to be involved, please contact us and we would be delighted to talk over your requirements.

Book Andrew for a personal art tour, at home or abroad; or seek his advice on starting - or adding to - your art collection

Andrew is also available, subject to reasonable notice, for private tours of museums and exhibitions. both in the UK and in Paris.

He and his team can also organise trips abroad - within Europe - to particular art destinations. This service is only available for small groups, of around 10 people or fewer. Florence, Venice and Rome are favourite destinations.

Andrew is also happy to consider charity work, so if you have a proposal do please feel free to approach us about it.

Andrew offers an art advisory service to a very limited group of individuals. If you are interested in starting an art collection he can help you to make the right aesthetic and financial choices.

If you wish to purchase an important work of art at one of London's auction houses, but cannot be present, Andrew also offers a proxy bidding service, subject to his availability.

To find out more about any of these options, and discuss terms, please contact us now.

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