Jasper Johns is famous for his flags and maps, but there is so much more to him.
The Royal Academy of Arts has collated over 150 paintings, sculptures, collages, drawings and prints. It traces Johns’ extraordinary and long-ranging career. Discover with a curator and before opening hours his lyricism, his depth and his steady maturation.
Join us for an exclusive breakfast between girls in the highly refined and sophisticated private salon of one of the most famous French Couture House.
You will be taught the story of this House and you will discover how its flourishing creativity allowed it to get top international recognition.
Around 200 years ago, the Industrial Revolution immutably changed society. Today, with Artificial Intelligence, another revolution is underway with potentially even further reaching consequences.
Alex Lebrun leads the Facebook AI Research engineering team in Paris. He will explain to us how AI is changing our world.
Featuring groundbreaking pieces by Marcel Breuer and Charles and Ray Eames, alongside objects from planes to skateboards, Plywood: Material of the Modern World tells the story of how this often-overlooked material made the modern world.
Enjoy an exclusive private view of the exhibition, and discover how plywood has shaped contemporary design, from the 1850s to today.
Raising children outside of their home country can be a challenge and many questions are regularly raised:
– helping them achieve their potential and future academic goals
– choosing the right school and school path, whether it is IB, A Levels, French Bac, American APs, etc.
– choosing the language of instruction, either reinforcing the mother tongue or acquiring a second language
– anticipating and managing the next move abroad or back home
As a school counsellor and a university advisor, Alban Ferrieu works with leading international schools.
Your personal invitation for Collector Preview.
You will have the chance to stroll around PAD before its public opening.
As a VIP, join us for the PAD cocktail, with everybody who’s anybody in the art and design world.
In only 10 years, Sarah Lavoine has managed to trademark her name and associate it with Parisian taste in the field of decoration. Guided by her instinct, she goes so far as to create her own trend. Between private and public works, this interior architect, who has created furniture, objects and lighting, has imposed her style. A rare chance to meet her.
World-renowned Frieze London is back in Regent’s Park.
Join us to visit one of the most influential event in the art scene, curated tour during VIP hours.
Taking its name from the 54 countries that make up the African continent, 1:54 is a fair with editions in London and New York. Building on the burgeoning popularity of contemporary African art, it presents a rare opportunity to explore this emerging market in an environment supported by some of the most influential people and organisations in the world.
Touria El Glaoui, founder of 1:54, will welcome us and give us an introduction to the fair and the market. A curator will then take us during VIP hours to gallerists.
FASHION & DESIGN
On behalf of Cabana Magazine, Martina Mondadori and Gianluca Longo will discuss the relationship between Fashion & Design with Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos at the Peter Pilotto Townhouse Takeover in South Kensington.
The morning will end with a private sale.
Most cases of radicalisation in the West involve a process in which the individual comes to reject, violently or not, the foundations of their home country. But how can we work on the best cultural battle to be carried out in the School and elsewhere in order to weaken the fascination of jihadist Islamism and to enhance the attraction of democratic life?
André Bercoff is a Franco-Lebanese journalist and writer. He has published more than thirty essays on the strong trends of today’s society, which prepare the mutations of tomorrow.
Dalí, Duchamp and Whiteread have all three attempted something completely and utterly new. When considered together, they will help us to consider what is – or for that matter isn’t – necessary to make a work of art. Follow Richard Stemp and London Art Studies in this great lecture.
Dalí and Duchamp are brought together this autumn in an unexpected and groundbreaking exhibition at the Royal Academy, whist Rachel Whiteread is enjoying a major retrospective at Tate Britain.