TALK - Christie's: The Leaping Light, Conversation with Christie's Deputy Chairman André Zlattinger

The Leaping Light: a private selling exhibition of 20th century British art. The tour is led by Post-War & Contemporary Art Deputy Chairman, Europe, - André Zlattinger. Q&A are moderated by BFAMI Head of Cultural Programme and journalist Maïa Morgensztern. Christie’s is delighted to present The Leaping Light: a private selling exhibition of 20th century British art. Taking its title from W. H. Auden’s 1935 poem ‘On This Island’, it brings together the work of Frank Auerbach, Barbara Hepworth, David Hockney, Henry Moore, Ben Nicholson and Bridget Riley.

DEBATE - Night of Ideas: Experimenting with Nature

Debate: INSTITUT FRANCAIS. What we eat, what we wear, what we buy has a massive impact on our planet. How can we reinvent our consumer habits? And how are industries reacting to the environmental crisis? From veganism to sustainable fashion, meet the “eco-innovators” who are sourcing new materials and finding their inspiration in the natural world. Chaired by Maïa Morgensztern, Journalist And Editor, CULTURE ALT With François-Ghislain Morillion: Co-Founder, VEJA Vin: Fashion Designer, VIN + OMI Nicola Lawler: Senior Footwear Designer, Vivienne Westwood FULL TALK STREAMING FROM 2:09:00

ART TRIP - Tours of Private collections and museums, Israel

co-Curator of Art Trip to Israel Monday-Thursday 17-22 November 2019. – Curator-led Tours of Art Museums such as the Israel Museum Jerusalem, Tel Aviv Museum of Art and regional museums across the country – Mishkan Ein Harod, Beit HaGefen, Herzliya Museum of Art and more. – An exclusive performance of the Batsheva Dance company in the home-studio located in Neve-Zedek – Visits to the studios of leading Israeli Artists in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem

EVENT - Women in Art Lunch 2019 honouring American Artist Rachel Feinstein

BFAMI 19th Women in Art Lunch will take place on Thursday 27th June 2019. Our 2019 Guest of Honour will be the American Artist Rachel Feinstein. Feinstein is specialising in richly detailed sculptures. Her works have been exhibited in numerous museums and galleries in the United States, Europe and Asia such as MoMA PS1 New York, the Barbican Centre London, Minsheng Art Museum Shanghai, Liverpool Biennial, Frieze Art fair to name a few.

CONFERENCE - Why hotels are poised to redefine how we look at art

Conference - From the pioneering projects by Soho House Group; to innovative partnerships like Mandarin Oriental and VISTO images; as well as 21c’s ‘museum hotel’ model pushing art to the forefront of the guest experience, the stage is set for deeper creative collaborations between hotels and the contemporary art world. This discussion will centre on whether hotels are poised to become the new cultural hubs and what role they can play in pushing the boundaries of how art is consumed, redefining both the ‘hotel experience’ and the art market in its entirety.

EVENT - Private Tour of 'Leonardo da Vinci: A Life in Drawing 1452-1519'

Marking the 500 anniversary of the death of Leonardo da Vinci, the Queens Gallery is hosting an exhibition which showcases more than 200 drawings. These drawing were acquired consequently during the reign of Charles 2nd, forming the largest exhibition of da Vinci works in over 65 years. Please join us for a talk by Martin Clayton, Head of Prints and Drawing for the Royal Collection Trust and a Viewing of the exhibition. Drawing allowed Da Vinci to work out his ideas on paper, touching on his s

EVENT - Private tour of Photo London

Exclusive tour of Photo London to celebrate this year’s East Wing Pavilion Commission. Join us for a Breakfast Reception at the new gallery space within Sea Containers London followed by a private viewing of Simulations - a photographic exploration by photographer Rachel Louise Brown, featured as part of this year’s Pavilion Commission. The tour will continue at Somerset House with an introduction by Photo London Founding Director, Michael Benson and followed by visits to selected exhibiting galleries.
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