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Norn’s Meaningful Conversations to pop up globally

Offline network Norn is growing its newly launched event and content programme to spaces and businesses beyond its network of historic homes in London, Berlin, Barcelona and San Francisco. Since launching to the public in spring 2018, Norn has witnessed unprecedented demand among local city residents to attend its social gatherings designed for personal development and to deepen connections with others.


Held in intimate spaces, such as kitchens and living rooms in beautiful private residences, events include intimate Conversation Dinners and Salon discussions on topics such as ‘Mythology’, ‘Love’ and ‘Borders’. This autumn, Norn will reach further audiences by launching a series of pop-ups and creative events in selected cities around the world, including a chef’s residency in collaboration with Michelin-starred restaurant Lyle’s, in London.



Living La Bella Verde

Located on the Spanish island of Ibiza, La Bella Verde is the island’s first and only solar powered catamaran experience. Starting with just one boat in 2014, the pioneering eco-charter company was founded by friends Charlie, Alastair and Maarten with a dream of offering a zero-emission boating experience.


The venture has seen continued success and will be buoyed by the introduction of two new boats in time for the busy 2018 summer season. The team have their sights set on distant shores with the launch of a new boat building service which will offer hotels and tour operators the world over to own and operate their very own carbon-neutral launch.



Museum in the Mountains: Grazyna Kulczyk’s Muzeum Susch to open

Scott & Co is pleased to have announced the opening of Muzeum Susch in January 2019: a major new space and home for experimental approaches to contemporary art. Founded and created by Grażyna Kulczyk – the Polish entrepreneur, collector and long-term supporter of contemporary art – Muzeum Susch will be housed in an extraordinary campus located on the site of a 12th century former monastery and brewery in Susch, a remote town on the ancient pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela in the Engadin valley of the Swiss Alps.


The building has been restored and expanded under the expertise of Swiss architects Chasper Schmidlin and Lukas Voellmy to total an impressive 1,500 square-meter gallery space which will house site-specific commissions by international contemporary artists as well as a series of temporary curated exhibitions running throughout the year. With a rigorous programme, Muzeum Susch will also offer an annual discursive symposium; an academic institute supporting research on gender issues in art and science; a performative programme of contemporary choreography; and seasonal residencies which will invite artists, curators, choreographers, writers and researchers to the idyllic alpine region. See you in Susch!



David Gill: Designing Art, set for release in October

Pioneering gallerist, collector, designer and curator David Gill looks back on three decades at the centre of the art and design worlds in ‘Designing Art’, a major new book that explores the remarkable career of one of the most influential figures working in art and design. This written documentary, to be published in October by Vendome Press, features never-before-published photography of Gill’s galleries; exclusive and personal interviews; photographs of private collections, interiors and artworks; and a unique insight into the world of a man whose attention to detail and unfaltering eye for the beautiful is widely regarded as without equal.


Illustrated with over 250 images presented chronologically, this unprecedented new book recounts the story of the evolution of contemporary design and marks an important contribution to an industry that continues to delight and fascinate. Featured artists Gill has worked with over the years include Donald Judd, Zaha Hadid, Mattia Bonetti, Jorge Pardo, Michele Oka Doner, The Campana Brothers, David Chipperfield, Fredrikson Stallard and Barnaby Barford.




sketch Opens ‘Women Empowered’ Summer Exhibition and Events Programme

Iconic venue sketch will celebrate the work of female artists through a new ‘Women Empowered’ exhibition this summer. Coinciding with the City of London’s Women: Work and Power season, sketch’s exhibition invites the viewer to look into a variety of works, all created by women. Presenza has curated works from Eliza Douglas, Hannah Quinland and Rosie Hasting, whilst works by Dianne Harris, Lauren Baker & Denise Jones and Liliane Lijn will also be on show.


‘Power Women’ by Dianne Harris will see a spectacular new holographic installation created for ‘Women Empowered’. Dianne aims to heighten the awareness of human potential and question the self-imposed limitations of individuality that serve to con ne the very nature of our ideas, thoughts and being. Denise Jones will be showing two works which look at embroidered cloths worked in Holloway Prison by Suffragettes – The Waning of the Light (2017) The Spirit Level (2016).


sketch has also partnered with Her Stories, a charitable project which aims to raise money for disadvantaged women in the UK. The team will run a programme of events throughout summer which will include talks about feminism, all-female comedy shows and more activity to take place in the coming months. All proceeds from the event ticket sales will go to supporting women seeking asylum and refuge in the UK.



‘Talisman in the Age of Difference’ by Yinka Shonibare MBE at Stephen Friedman Gallery

This seminal exhibition is a journey of encounters that explores ideas of magic and subversive beauty in work by artists of African origin and across the diaspora and artists who empathise with the spirit of African resistance and representation. Curated by the esteemed artist, Yinka Shonibare MBE, the exhibition presents an eclectic and surprising range of works, including painting, sculpture, drawing and other objects from the early twentieth century to the present day.
As with his own practice, Shonibare has selected artists who make provocative work that consciously belies a subversive and political message and does not necessarily conform to a western vision of art. The civil rights movement and identity politics are explored by a number of artists here, whilst others pursue an alternative path in their shared search for originality, spirituality and the sublime. Artists exhibiting range from emerging talent to established names including Lubaina Himid, Isaac Julien, Genevieve Mickalene Thomas, Kehinde Wiley, and Bill Traylor.
The exhibition runs until 21 July.



Sunday Barbecues at South Place Hotel this Summer

South Place Hotel’s Chop House are launching a seasonal alternative to the traditional Sunday roast with a summer BBQ menu, available until September. Ideal for groups, Head Chef Guy Betteridge will be cooking chimmi churri chicken, Scottish salmon and glazed short rib; with seasonal sides including heritage tomato, shallot & Yorkshire fettle salad; dressed jersey royal potatoes with creme fraiche & mint; or summer slaw served alongside mains. The Sunday BBQ will be available from £22.50 per person and free flowing rosé will be on offer for an additional £15 per person.
Guy Betteridge has recently joined South Place Hotel from the Gordon Ramsay Group, transforming the menus using fresh, local products. These seasonal menus have been built around Guy’s long-established relationships, which he has nurtured over the years with top suppliers from all across England and the UK.
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Signals: If You Like I Shall Grow by kurimanzutto at Thomas Dane Gallery

In an appropriately international collaboration this summer, Mexico City gallery kurimanzutto present Signals: If You Like I Shall Grow. It is the first exhibition to reunite the works of Signals London’s three founding artists, David Medalla, Gustav Metzger, and Marcello Salvadori, while also tracing the global impact resulting from the confluence of interests generated at that specific point in art history.


The gallery Signals London (1964-1966) was a renowned experimental space and international hub, celebrated for its ground-breaking solo exhibition series by major artists including Lygia Clark, Jesus Rafael Soto, and Mira Schendel. While it was active, Signals London used group exhibitions to expose and create aesthetic relationships between the diverse national and international avant-garde networks of its founders. Following this approach, Signals: If You Like I Shall Grow acts as part of a process of research, guided by the possibility of tracing these wider networks and seeking to define a connection between past and present gallery models.


Borrowing from Signals London’s collaborative ethos, kurimanzutto is hosted in London by Thomas Dane Gallery. The expansive exhibition is held across both Duke Street gallery spaces, featuring the work of 37 international artists. It brings together historic works from public and private collections, reconnecting artists who worked across Latin America, the USA and Western Europe. The two galleries will extend their partnership in 2019 when kurimanzutto host Thomas Dane Gallery for a show in Mexico City.


The exhibition runs 8 June – 21 July.



Sebastian Errazuriz turns renowned classical sculptures into functional objects

The New York based, Chilean born artist/designer Sebastian Errazuriz has released a new provocative body of work featuring functional sculptures and accessories. The collection, launched in June at David Gill Gallery, features ancient Greek and Roman masterpieces that Errazuriz has ‘stolen’ from museums around the world, including The British Museum, Le Louvre and The Vatican, and appropriated into everyday objects.


The works include a dramatic timber bookcase wrapped around the ‘Winged Goddess Nike’ and shelves featuring the heads of Julius Caesar and the Emperor Augustus, among other famous artworks. Smaller works, such as a series of paperweights, invite the viewer to question the mysterious beauty of broken antiquity.
‘I use technology to “steal” classical sculptures I have revered since childhood. Claim their shapes as raw material to build my own new works. It’s an act of gluttony and lust to appropriate that which belongs to the sacred world of the arts and use it freely in an exploration of its boundaries within the realm of the functional and the mundane’.
– Sebastian Errazuriz.


Exhibition dates: 01 June – 04 July 2018


Announcing Muzeum Susch: A Major New Experimental Space Opening in January 2019

Scott & Co are pleased to announce the official opening of Muzeum Susch on 2nd January 2019, a major new space and home for experimental approaches to contemporary art, founded and created by Grażyna Kulczyk – the Polish entrepreneur and long-term patron of international and Polish contemporary art. Muzeum Susch will be housed in an extraordinary campus located on the site of a 12th century former monastery and brewery in Susch, a remote Swiss Alpine village surrounded by idyllic landscapes, that rests along the ancient Santiago de Compostela pilgrimage route in the Engadin valley.


Conceived as a new kind of ‘laboratory’, Muzeum Susch will challenge traditional modes of representation through an exploratory exhibition and research programme, and will provide a home for artists, writers, choreographers, curators and researchers to engage in current dialogues that question the spheres of art and science. The remains of the former rural monastery have been restored and enlarged under the expertise of Swiss architects Chasper Schmidlin and Lukas Voellmy to total an impressive 1500 square-meter space which will house a number of site-specific commissions by international contemporary artists as well as a temporary exhibitions programme running throughout the year.



A New Offline Network launches for Curious Minds

Norn is an offline social network which has been developed in response to the rapidly changing social and cultural needs of the the millennial generation. Built from the teachings of Stanford’s popular Interpersonal Dynamics (aka Touchy Feely) elective, Norn uses a network of intimate homes around the world to deliver a monthly events and content programme that is designed to specifically spark meaningful conversations. Events and topics range in format from Salon discussions through to intimate Conversation Dinners. Norn’s historic homes in London, Berlin, Barcelona and San Francisco are interconnected, allowing members to stay in each city for between one to six months at a time and attend or host their own events. Applications are open for those who wish to apply for memberships.



19th April, 2018

Day to Night: Andeas Eriksson at Stephen Friedman Gallery

This April, Stephen Friedman Gallery will present a solo show by Swedish artist Andreas Eriksson: ‘Kria’. One of Sweden’s leading painters, Eriksson represented Sweden at Venice Biennale in 2011 and is in major international collections such as Pompidou and Moderna Museet. He is known for the unique way he examines nature and the history of painting to illustrate the quiet beauty that underscores everyday life.
Meaning ‘school assignment’ in Swedish, ‘Kria’ features new paintings and explores the themes of repetition, the act of looking and the passing of time. The exhibition will include large paintings that are divided into into day and night, as well as a photographic series where each photograph was taken by the artist in the same spot near his house at the same time every day for three months, a project begun in the dead of winter until mid-spring.


The exhibition runs 28 April – 26 May 2018



16th April, 2018

Celebrating a national collection: Jerwood Collection turns 25

Twenty-five years after the Jerwood Collection’s first purchase of From my Window at Ditchling by Sir Frank Brangwyn RA, Sotheby’s London is to host an anniversary exhibition that commemorates the Collection’s legacy of nurturing and celebrating 20th and 21st century British art.


Highlights of the exhibition that showcases twenty-five works by some of Britain’s most distinguished artists include pieces by Laurence Stephen Lowry RA, Walter Richard Sickert, Maggi Hambling, Rose Wylie RA, Paul Nash, Christopher Wood and Sir Stanley Spencer RA.


Collected by Alan Grieve, the Chairman of the Jerwood Foundation, and curated by Lara Wardle, the Jerwood Collection aims to present a private collection that preserves personal significance in a public space.


The exhibition opens 8 June 2018.

11th April, 2018

NOMAD returns to Monaco with sixteen leading galleries

Founded as the model for the future of contemporary art and collectable design, NOMAD will return to Monaco this April following its successful debut in 2017 and winter edition in St. Moritz in February 2018. New pieces and artworks will be showcased alongside rare and unique works by emerging and established artists from across the globe at Villa La Vigie, Karl Lagerfeld’s spectacular former Monte Carlo residence.


NOMAD Monaco will take place 26th to 29th April 2018, and will bring together sixteen pre-eminent galleries from around the globe including: David Gill Gallery (London), Apalazzo (Brescia, Italy), Carwan Gallery (Beirut), Gallery FUMI (London) in collaboration with Louise Alexander Gallery (Sardinia, Italy), Friedman Benda (New York), Nilufar (Milan) and Massimo de Carlo (Milan, London, Hong Kong). Alongside gallery presentations, NOMAD will also showcase Special Projects from Lizworks, Charles Burnand and Mathieu Lehanneur.


Further highlights include the NOMAD lounge, which will be set in a semi-outdoor space in the lush grounds of La Vigie, providing space for entertaining, while a series of Talks will bring together some of the most forward thinking voices working across architecture, design and art.



10th April, 2018

New programmes launch at Frieze New York

The 7th edition of Frieze New York (3-6 May) will see three ‘firsts’ for the fair. In addition to a new layout designed by Universal Design Studio, new programmes and curators are among the innovative concepts that have been introduced for 2018.


A ‘first’ for this year’s show is ‘Live’, a platform for interactive projects, installations and performances themed around protest marches and street performance, curated by Performa curator Adrienne Edwards.


After its London success, Frieze Artist Award will launch at Frieze New York 2018. Frieze Artist Award is an international open call for an emerging artist to realise a site-specific work, also curated by Adrienne Edwards and supported by the LUMA Foundation. This year’s winner is Kapwani Kiwanga.


Finally, Frieze New York’s first ever themed section will pay homage to Hudson’s Feature Inc. New York gallery which supported the careers of many pioneering artists in the 1980s and 1990s. The section will be curated by artist, curator, writer and publisher Matthew Higgs.



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