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Explore Your Favourite Museums And Galleries From Home

Many of the UK’s leading museums and galleries are offering virtual tours, videos and alternative ways to get your culture fix without leaving the house. So get ready for detailed viewing and brow-raising as you museum and gallery hop with a handful of the very best London has to offer… TATE MODERN Andy Warhol –…

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Etalage

Fine Art Experts

There’s no time like the present to make plans for that home/ room re-vamp you’ve been putting off for a while and finding that new piece of art can literally transform a space. Experts in sourcing antique fine art prints, vintage oil paintings, maps, decorative pictures and interior accessories, Etalage can help to enhance any…

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Kit Kemp

Every Room Tells A Story: Crosby Street Hotel

“The hotel has settled into its space like someone settling into a very comfortable armchair and in that way it looks like the art is a part of the place, rather than a gallery or somewhere where you stand, walk around and go out. It’s actually a home, and it’s a home from home, and…

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Battersea Affordable Art Fair

With more than two decades of providing stunning original artworks of all shapes and sizes to thousands of visitors every year, the Affordable Art Fair is the go-to place for experienced collectors and first-time art buyers alike. Introduced in December 2019, new specially-curated print and photography themes for Affordable Art Fair’s Battersea Spring and Hampstead…

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Anthony Whishaw

Browse & Darby

“…Creation is not a reproduction of observed fact…the aim of art is the fusion of ideas and experiences with the qualities of the art medium so the artist creates a new reality. The medium becomes the work of art. The work of art is a world in itself at the same time as of the…

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Sir John Soane Museum

Sir John Soane’s Museum is without a doubt one of London’s best kept intellectual secrets. Originally the extraordinary home and museum of the beloved British architect Sir John Soane (who was born in 1753 and died 1837), the museum is an utterly unique time capsule for which there is no equal and full to the…

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London Art Fair

BIG NEWS! The London Art Fair is returning for its 32nd year this coming January 2020 with more themes and artwork than ever before. Here you will discover museum-quality modern and contemporary art from the best galleries from around the globe with both experienced and aspiring collectors alike looking to acquire unique works. What we…

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Troy, Myth and Reality

The British Museum

The incredible story of Troy has been told for over 3,000 years in different cultures all across the world, inspiring great works of art, plays and more recently Hollywood movies – but how much of the story is myth and how much is real? The first major exhibition in the UK of its kind, the…

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Bridgeman Editions

Bridgeman Editions is a new initiative from Bridgeman Images presenting a curated selection of limited edition prints by both leading contemporary and emerging artists. Each and every limited edition print is actually made exclusively for Bridgeman Editions by the artist then signed and are released in varied print runs, never exceeding 50. This ensures the…

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Firmdale Art Walks

It’s no secret that we at H|M are fans of Firmdale Hotels and the inspiring events that they curate and the Firmdale Art Walks are an incredible new addition. Art lovers can take a guided tour of the Ham Yard Hotel on 19th November where you can learn how to collect and successfully hang art, plus…

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Decorcafe Christmas Festival

Strawberry Hill House

Is it too early to think about Christmas? Maybe a little… but this time of year rushes by so fast it doesn’t hurt to get organised… So, here’s a date for your diary – Decorcafe are hosting a Christmas Festival at Strawberry Hill House on Sunday 17th November and this is a great chance to…

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Cliveden Literary Festival 2019

350 years of history that includes poets, movie stars, prime ministers and every monarch since Charles II, Cliveden country house and hotel has to be the perfect setting for a literary festival. This September the itinerary is packed to the brim with influential men and women from politicians to writers and actors. So put on…

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Shakespeare’s Rose Theatre

Blenheim Palace

The first ever Shakespearean pop up theatre in Europe is now open for the summer at Blenheim Palace. From 8th July until 7th September, the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill will play host to four of William Shakespeare’s most loved and renowned plays. Plus, there’s a surrounding Shakespearean village for an all in experience. Here’s…

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Anton & K Decorative Antiques

Anton & K was set up by Karen and Antony Cull who specialise in decorative antiques. Their own home, a 17th century timber framed cottage in the Cotswolds has to be one of the most pinned projects on Pinterest! A new extension clad in reclaimed stone is connected to the main house with a contemporary…

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‘Faceless’ Exhibition by Coco Dávez

The Maddox Gallery

An absolute must see and quick as you can before the end of May as the Maddox Gallery is featuring the work of Coco Dávez in her first solo exhibition in the UK right now. Running until 31st May 2019, Dávez’s works of art are a diverse blend of cultural and historical influences from artists,…

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Fife Arms

Braemar

At the heart of the Cairgorms National Park in Royal Deeside, Scotland, and surrounded by enchanting highland scenery is the recently re-opened Fife Arms, Braemar. Designed and built in the 19th century by architect Alexander Mackenzie (known for prestigious London projects including the Waldorf Astoria and Australia House), he created what has become a much…

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Food: Bigger Than The Plate

V&A

Coming soon to the V&A London this Spring is the greatly anticipated V&A Food: Bigger Than The Plate exhibition, which will explore the journey from compost to plate as well as the food cycle and asking important questions on how our choices can lead to a more sustainable and delicious future. Covering four main sections; compost,…

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Japan House London

Kensington High Street has become the new home for Japanese creativity, invention and business thanks to Japan House London. Spread over three floors of the renovated art deco building, Japan house offers a temporary exhibition gallery, events space, library, retail and a Japanese restaurant. Designed to provide an authentic and surprising encounter with the very…

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Humphrey-Lahti Art

Humphrey-Lahti Art features works by creative duo Marko and Eva Humphrey-Lahti and of course you might recognise the name here – Marko is the brother of Peter Humphrey – Design Director and Founder of Humphrey Munson. Marko is a sculptor with a broad business background after a first career as a corporate leader in Marketing and…

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Q&A With Hester Finch

With everyone from Vogue.com to Michelle Ogundehin talking about her pastel nude drawings currently on display at Liberty London, Hester Finch is the one to watch in the art world. Based in south east London where she lives with husband and kid no. 1, Hester juggles work as an artist and motherhood with alluring aplomb.…

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Q&A with Louisa Warfield

Louisa Warfield is a specialist in the contemporary art market who works on a one to one basis with private clients, interior designers and friends to find the perfect pieces of artwork for their homes and offices. By working with just one or two clients at a time Louisa works hard to understand their needs…

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The Inside Guide To Seville

Rich in Moorish history and famous for its flamboyant flamenco and beautiful orange tree lined streets, it’s safe to say we love Seville. The historical south-western Spanish city is blessed with glorious sunshine for most of the year and has been voted 2018’s top place to visit. Spring is by far the best time of year…

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The Great Eight Phantoms

A Rolls-Royce Exhibition

In celebration of 92 years of the illustrious Rolls Royce Phantom, an exhibition of some of the most notable models will be held at Bonhams from 29 July until 2 August 2017. Eight of the most historically significant Phantoms will be displayed at Bonhams international flagship saleroom on New Bond Street, London, including the long-awaited New Phantom. A selection…

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SuperYacht Gallery at the Saatchi

As the first exposition of the yachting world ever presented in gallery format, The SuperYacht Gallery at the Saatchi promises to reveal all facets of the industry, from craftsmanship to lifestyle; innovation to marine exploration. Taking place over three days from 1 – 3 June 2017, the seven themed gallery exhibits at the gallery will be;…

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Sotheby’s

Made in Britain Auction

The Made in Britain auction by Sotheby’s is dedicated showcase of the very best in modern British art in the 20th century across the disciples of paintings, work on paper, print, photography, contemporary and studio ceramics and design. Taking place on the perfect opportunity to acquire pieces from  the biggest names in 20th century art.…

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British Airways i360 - Humphrey Munson Blog

British Airways i360

West Pier Observation Tower, Brighton

Later this year Brighton will become home to the world’s tallest moving observation tower named British Airways i360. The iconic new Brighton beach attraction has been conceived and designed by Marks Barfield Architects, the husband and wife team responsible for the creation of the London Eye. Opening as early as June 2016, the British Airways i360 viewing pod…

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Jessica Carlisle Gallery - Hester Finch - Humphrey Munson Blog

Jessica Carlisle Gallery

The Jessica Carlisle Gallery was established in January 2014 and is a brand new gallery model that revolves around regular pop-up exhibitions at 83 Kinnerton Street, Knightsbridge, London as well as private events throughout the year both at home and in artist studios. The aim is to create an intimate, friendly and relaxed environment in which to discover and appreciate contemporary art.…

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Brasserie les Haras, Strasbourg - Food - Humphrey Munson Blog

Brasserie les Haras, Strasbourg, France

A pink sandstone stable in a state of quite advanced dilapidation – not your average starting point for an exciting new restaurant but Patrick Jouin and Sanjit Manku don’t describe themselves as your average designer / architect. In fact, they describe their trade as being “at the crossroads of industrial production and the long tradition of craftsmanship”. Originally…

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