3 October 2016 – 31 March 2017
No. 10 Park Crescent, London W1B 1PG, UK
House of the Nobleman has been in residence in Regent’s Park since October with a spectacular exhibition of Modern, Post-War, and Contemporary masterpieces. The exhibition, organised in partnership with Amazon Property, takes place at The Park Crescent, London’s only Royal Crescent, designed by John Nash (1752–1835) and built in 1812–1820. House of the Nobleman has transformed six luxury apartments into an exclusive exhibition featuring Alexander Calder, Joan Miro, Marc Chagall, Andy Warhol, Damien Hirst, Robert Rauschenberg and Yayoi Kusama.
Each residence has a specific curatorial theme or focus. Of particular note will be impressive collections of Alexander Calder, Marc Chagall, Salvador Dali and Victor Vasarely, as well as a strong British presence in the work of Ben Nicholson, Anthony Caro, Paul Feiler, William Scott, and Damien Hirst.
In a pair of duplex apartments, Lawrence Van Hagen of LVH has curated “What’s Up,” an exhibition of international contemporary work by some of today’s most exciting up-and-coming artists. There is a wide range of styles, from abstracts by Canadian Thrush Holmes, to Swiss Stefan Bruggermann’s stark political Op Art.
The exhibition has been one of the highlights of Frieze Week 2016 and one of the season’s most talked about events.
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