Arteviste in Conversation with THE cone sisters at Shoreditch House, London.
Our next art talk at Shoreditch House in East London featured our founder Flora in conversation with The Cone Sisters. Partners in life and work, Thom Trojanowski Hobson and Stevie Dix met in Brussels and since then they’ve lived in London, Antwerp and eventually settled on a co-operative studio in Suffolk. Although Thom’s approach is more conceptual, Stevie’s is spontaneous. Nonetheless, they both embrace the materials at hand, favouring traditional oil paint as well as household and spray paint.
Photographs by Eloise Showering (@eloiseshowering)
OUR PRIVATE TOUR OF TEAM LAB AT PACE GALLERY, London
Our network enjoyed a curator-led tour of the immersive exhibition teamLab: Transcending Boundaries at Pace Gallery. Bypassing the waitlist of 5,000 people, our group of artists, collectors and gallerists had the freedom to explore the three immersive installations after hours. As explained by the gallery, "Transcending Boundaries explores the role of digital technology in transcending the physical and conceptual boundaries that exist between different artworks, with imagery from one work breaking free of the frame and entering the space of another."
SCREENING OF OUR SHORT FILM ABOUT ARTIST MILLA EASTWOOD AT SHOREDITCH HOUSE, LONDON
For our second art talk with Soho House, we also screened our short film about Brixton-based artist Milla Eastwood. Made by Sariel Heseltine and sponsored by S W Mitchell Capital; the film was shown during an evening in conversation with the artist herself. They discussed how each individual mark on Milla’s gestural, abstract canvases is layered and complex, with every line and form playing an important role within the overall composition.
Photographs by Peter Anthony (@peteranthonyphoto)
ARTEVISTE SUPPER CLUB IN THE STUDIO OF Street PHOTOGRAPHER CHASE HALL iN New York
For our inaugural Arteviste supper club in New York, the American street photographer Chase Hall co-hosted a dinner party with us at his beautiful East Village studio. With a diverse array of international artists, filmmakers and collectors of all ages and backgrounds there to celebrate the beginning of our series of New York supper clubs, it was the perfect opportunity to make unexpected introductions and get some interesting collaborations underway.
Photographs by Flora Alexandra Ogilvy (@arteviste_)
ARTEVISTE FILM LAUNCH DURING FRIEZE WEEK AT THe LOndon HOME OF ART DEALER PETER LAVERACK
During Frieze, the British art dealer Peter Laverack hosted the Arteviste launch of the first in our series of six short films exploring up-and-coming areas of London’s emerging art scene. Made by Sariel Haseltine, the film takes us to the Hackney Wick studio of British artist Luke Waller. With an interesting mix of collectors, gallerists and artists present, the evening provoked debate as to which postcode is the ultimate destination for London’s emerging artists.
Photographs by Jill Damatac Futter (@jilldamatacfutter)
Arteviste in Conversation with THE pop artist Philip Colbert at Shoreditch House, London.
Our inaugural art talk at Shoreditch House in East London featured our founder Flora in conversation with the British pop artist Philip Colbert. Known as the ‘godson of Andy Warhol,’ Philip has exhibited his work worldwide from Art Basel to Frieze London, Art16 and Tate Modern. With collaborators such as Dover Street Market, Colette and Disney, they discussed how the social media star is blurring the boundaries between the worlds of art, fashion and design.
Photographs by Hubert Cecil (@hubertcecil)
Arteviste in Conversation with artist Charming Baker at the South Kensington Club, London.
As part of a series of six talks, the British artist Charming Baker was in conversation with our founder Flora at the South Kensington Club. Known to purposefully damage his work by drilling, cutting and even shooting it, Baker intentionally puts into question the preciousness of art and the definition of its beauty, adding to the emotive charge of his work. This talk followed the success of his solo exhibition Sweet Nothing at Sotheby’s S2 Gallery.
Photographs by Anna Ruback (@annaruback)