Softer: Jenny Holzer at Blenheim Palace
Sep
30
3:00pm 3:00pm

Softer: Jenny Holzer at Blenheim Palace

On Saturday 30 September, Marguerite visited Blenheim Palace for a grand afternoon tea in the Palace's Orangery, followed by a private evening tour of SOFTER: Jenny Holzer. Our wonderfully informative tour was led by Senior Exhibitions Manager for Blenheim Art Foundation, Antonia Jolles and was followed by the incredibly moving, thought provoking and jarring Jenny Holzer light projections. One word: wow. 

 

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Marguerite 1938 x Burberry Dinner at Old Sessions House to celebrate 'Here We Are'
Sep
28
6:30pm 6:30pm

Marguerite 1938 x Burberry Dinner at Old Sessions House to celebrate 'Here We Are'

On Thursday 28 September, Burberry kindly hosted members of Marguerite 1938 for a private dinner at Old Sessions House. The dinner celebrated Here We Are - an exhibition of British photography curated by Christopher Bailey, Lucy Kumara Moore and Alasdair McLellan.

Guests were greeted with champagne and goodie bags including Burberry candles and sunglasses before an introduction to the show by Here We Are’s Co-Curator, Director of the cult Claire de Rouen Books, Lucy Kumara Moore. The introduction was followed by an exploration of the show before a three course dinner was served in a beautiful private room. The evening was rounded off by a gorgeous night cap around the corner at Zetter Townhouse - what a wonderful evening!

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Venice Biennale Trip 2017
Sep
8
to Sep 10

Venice Biennale Trip 2017

  • La Biennale di Venezia, Giardini Venice Italy (map)
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From Friday 8 - Sunday 10 September, Marguerite visited Venice for the 57th Venice Biennale, titled Viva Arte Viva.

The trip included visits to Damien Hirst’s Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable; a tour of the Peggy Guggenheim Collection; a cocktail hosted in the home of Italian entrepreneur, author, interior designer, philanthropist and CEO of the Bauer Hotel, Francesca Bortolotto Possati; time to explore the Arsenale and Giardini; long Venetian lunches and dinners - and much, much more! 

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Isabella Blow Foundation
Sep
6
6:30pm 6:30pm

Isabella Blow Foundation

  • Quo Vadis, Dean Street London UK (map)
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On Wednesday 6 September, we enjoyed an evening with Fashion Curator and Archivist to the Isabella Blow Collection, Shonagh Marshall. Shonagh was in conversation with Chief Critic for Voguerunway.com and British Fashion Council Ambassador for Emerging Talent, Sarah Mower MBE about The Isabella Blow Foundation over delicious drinks and canapés at Quo Vadis, Dean Street!

Shonagh and Sarah shared: tales of Isabella's wild and eccentric life; her relationships with fashion superstars such as Alexander McQueen and Philip Treacy; the work the Foundation does to support aspiring fashion and art students and raise awareness of mental health and depression; and the future plans for the collection!

Image from the Isabella Blow: Fashion Galore! Exhibition Catalogue by Nick Knight.

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Peggy’s Birthday Party to launch Guggenheim Jeune
Aug
30
6:30pm 6:30pm

Peggy’s Birthday Party to launch Guggenheim Jeune

On Wednesday 30 August, we celebrated Peggy Guggenheim's 119th birthday party at the Asylum Chapel in Peckham for the launch of Guggenheim Jeune. Jeune is Marguerite's new membership type aimed at women with under four years of experience in the art world. For full details on Guggenheim Jeune click here

To celebrate, an immersive dinner to evoke Peggy Guggenheim's spirit was served by food artist and anthropologist, Caroline Hobkinson. Dinner was accompanied by tales of Peggy's wild and wonderful life told by Contemporary Art Correspondent at The Art Newspaper, Louisa Buck.

Huge thanks to Caroline Hobkinson, Louisa Buck, Jo Dennis at Maverick Projects and Rebel Rebel florists for such an incredible night!

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Sadie Coles
Aug
23
6:30pm 6:30pm

Sadie Coles

On Wednesday 23 August, Founder & Director of her eponymous gallery, Sadie Coles was in conversation with Head of Collections at Soho House & Co., Kate Bryan. Sadie reminisced about setting up her gallery in 90s YBA London; wild nights at The Groucho Club; her long-time love of Sarah Lucas, Jeff Koons and John Currin; the fact that Larry Gagosian calls her a punk, her advice for being a woman in the arts; the effect Brexit might have on the art world; and expansion to Asia and beyond. A real highlight of our Summer so far!!

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FEMpowerment with Marguerite
Aug
5
9:30am 9:30am

FEMpowerment with Marguerite

On Saturday 5 August, we hosted FEMpowerment with Marguerite at The Curtain in Shoreditch! FEMpowerment was aimed at women wanting to 'werk it' in the work place - giving us the tools we need to be badass in business, own our confidence and look after our mental wellbeing as well as our physical health.

Missed out? Don't sweat it! The next FEMpowerment event will take place in January 2018! Watch this space for more info!

FEMpowerment with Marguerite: The Programme!

9.45 - 10.45am Morning Caffeine Hit at Tienda Roosteria
10am - 11am Yoga by FRAME 
10.30 - 11.15am Spinning by Boom Cycle 
10.45 - 11.30am FRAME Body - The Marguerite Edition by FRAME
11am - 12pm Showering and sprucing in The Curtain’s spa
12 - 1.30pm A grand brunch of Southern soul food at Red Rooster
1.30 - 2.30pm Panel: 'Being Badass in Business & Werking It in the Workplace' with the hosts of the Badass Women's Hour, Harriet Minter, Natalie Campbell and Emma Sexton and Co-Founder of The Other Box, Roshni Goyate.
2.30 - 3.30pm Panel: 'Owning It' with Lifestyle Editor of HuffPost UK, Brogan Driscoll (Chair); Founder & Editor of Riposte Magazine, Danielle Pender; Leadership Coach and Founder of Electric Woman, Nikki Armytage Foy and musician and model, Poppy Ajudha.
3.45 - 5pm Electric Woman Workshop
In this 75-minute event, we were inspired to think bigger about our lives and what we want from them. We met the “Electric Women” in us and began to understand who we are in our true power. 
5 - 6.30pm Down Time Drinks

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Cornucopia of Flavour at Bompas & Parr
Jul
26
6:30pm 6:30pm

Cornucopia of Flavour at Bompas & Parr

On Wednesday 26 July, Sam Bompas hosted a culinary vision quest through Bompas & Parr’s lurid studio. The night involved: Venetian bellinis inspired by Peggy Guggenheim herself; a cocktail organ; a demonstration of the 'gherkinator'; a jelly masterclass; a Marguerite Margherita competition; a flavour cloud explosion and much, much more!

Amongst all of this, Sam provided insight into the studio’s working process, approaches to creativity, lurking horrors and and exalted passions. What a night!

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Roksanda Ilincic and Julie Verhoeven
Jul
14
11:30am11:30am

Roksanda Ilincic and Julie Verhoeven

On Thursday 13 July, fashion designer Roksanda Ilincic was in conversation with her former tutor at Central St Martins, artist Julie Verhoeven about beauty and colour. The conversation was led by art advisor, Alexandra Donaldson of Kaleidoscope in the beautiful setting of The Connaught, just around the corner from Roksanda's eponymous store!

Image: Roksanda by Jermaine Francis for Harper's Bazaar's Women in Art Portfolio. 

 

 

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Manchester International Festival 2017
Jul
7
to Jul 9

Manchester International Festival 2017

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For the weekend of 7-9 July 2017, Marguerite hit Manchester for the Manchester International Festival 2017!

The trip included a performance of What if Women Ruled the World, the immersive Party Skills for the End of the World, the new Director of Tate, Maria Bashaw in conversation with artists Susan Hefuna, Samson Young and Stephen Sutcliffe at the Whitworth Art Gallery, a performance of Susan Hefuna’s ToGather performed by Studio Wayne McGregor, guest list spots for a VVIP party and much much more! 

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Marguerite Summer Party 2017
Jun
29
6:30pm 6:30pm

Marguerite Summer Party 2017

On Thursday 29 June, we hosted the first ever Marguerite Summer Party in partnership with THE OUTNET.COM, in support of Women for Women International!

The 1920s inspired summer garden party took place in the grounds of Rochelle School in East London and included: delicious food by Arnold & Henderson at Rochelle Canteen; sumptuous Champagne Selavy and cocktails;  1920s jazz; vintage corsages by Rebel Revel, personalised Iris & Ink clutch bags for all guests; alcoholic LAPP poptails; and even a trio of flapper dancers!

All proceeds from ticket sales went to Women for Women International, an amazing charity that helps women survivors around the world to rebuild their lives. We were over the moon to raise over £7K for the charity on the night!

Women for Women International supports the most marginalised women living in countries affected by conflict and war, helping them to: earn and save money; improve health and well-being; influence decisions in their home and community; and connect to networks for support. By utilising skills, knowledge and resources, these women are able to create sustainable change for themselves, their family, and their community. For full information please click here

We are so grateful to our partner for the Marguerite Summer Programme and Summer Party 2017, THE OUTNET.COM for making this event possible. Launched in 2009 by the people behind NET-A-PORTER.COM, THE OUTNET is the go-to destination for the global, style-conscious shopper looking for 350+ designer brands at up to 75% off, as well as exclusive collaborations with high-profile brands and its in-house label, Iris & Ink.

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Breakfast with Mary McCartney
Jun
20
8:30am 8:30am

Breakfast with Mary McCartney

On Tuesday 20 June, Marguerite members joined us for a vegetarian breakfast with fine artist, Mary McCartney at the beautiful new private members' club, Chess Club in Mayfair. 

Mary's photographic work focusses on discovering those rare moments of unguarded, emotionally charged intimacy that offers us a new insight into the subject. Her work has concentrated on the world of portrait and candid reportage photography and is suffused with a deep personal investment that captures the creative chemistry between Mary and her subjects. 

Mary discussed family, capturing intimate moments with dancers and unicorns and and how to wolf whistle over delicious pancakes, eggs and granola with with photographer and editor, Maryam Eisler. 

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Bold Tendencies
May
31
7:00pm 7:00pm

Bold Tendencies

On the evening of 31 May 2017, Founder & Director of Bold Tendencies, Hannah Barry led a tour with architects, Oliver Cooke and Francis Fawcett; and artists, Ewa Axelrad and Isaac Olvera.

Hannah led us up through Simon Whybray's iconic pink staircase hi boo i love you to the new highest point, the TOP DECK designed for level 10 by young British architects, Oliver Cooke and Francis Fawcett who introduced us to the space. The artists of the two new commissions for 2017, Ewa Axelrad (Let's go. Yes, let's go. (They do not move)) and Isaac Olvera (Your image will be weathered but never taken away), then talked us through their work and how it fits in with commissions from previous years by Richard Wentworth; Adel Abdessemed; Sam Riviere and Sophie Collins.

The tour was followed by food and drinks at Frank’s Cafe, the first architectural commission of Bold Tendencies which was designed by Practice Architecture (Lettice Drake and Paloma Gormley) and opened in 2008 by bartender Frank Boxer and chef Michael Davies. Bring on many more nights enjoying that incredible view in the months ahead!

Image: Richard Wentworth Agora (2015) Photographer: Quintin Lake.

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Women for Women International
May
3
6:30pm 6:30pm

Women for Women International

On 3 May 2017, Brita Fernandez Schmidt, Executive Director of Women for Women International-UK hosted a night for Marguerite at Ham Yard Hotel. 

Brita was in conversation with with fashion designer and Ambassador for Women for Women International, Alice Temperley MBE where they shared: news of the amazing work the charity are doing to help women survivors of war around the world rebuild their lives; tales of their 'sisters' that they sponsor; details on the #SheInspiresMe campaign; how the womens' designs are being incorporated into fashion in the UK; what motivates them in their own lives and careers and much more. All this whilst the Ham Yard Hotel kindly served delicious drinks and canapés! 

The event took place ahead of the #SheInspiresMe Car Boot Sale hosted by Alex Eagle, The Store and The Vinyl Factory in Brewer Street Car Park, which members of Marguerite attended en mass!

For full information on Women for Women International, click here. For more information on sponsoring a sister for just £22/month, click here. Marguerite will be supporting Women for Women International through the Marguerite Summer Party 2017 and if you missed this event, worry not! There will be many more occasions on which you can learn about the amazing work the charity do!

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Celia Hempton
Apr
27
7:30pm 7:30pm

Celia Hempton

Artist, Celia Hempton hosted a wonderful evening for members of Marguerite where she was in conversation in her Hackney studio over Fisher’s Gin cocktails with writer and Special Projects Editor at Frieze Magazine, Matthew McLean. Celia and Matthew discussed the difficulties of painting a live volcano, the obstacles and emotions around painting her boyfriend and friends whilst they masturbate, painting from surveillance footage and the astonishing results of her forays into the world of Chat Random. 

The conversation was followed by a three course dinner with wine laid on especially for members of Marguerite, kindly hosted by our friends at Bistrotheque. 

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Alex Eagle
Apr
19
6:30pm 6:30pm

Alex Eagle

Creative Director of Alex Eagle Studio and THE STORE x SOHO HOUSE BERLIN, Alex Eagle welcomed us to Alex Eagle Studio on Lexington Street, where she was in conversation with her best friend Nura Mosley, Style Editor at British Vogue.

Alex joyfully shared tales of her years spent 'cutting her teeth' as a Fashion Assistant at Harper's Bazaar, what she learnt about retail from working at Joseph, opening her first store in a tiny townhouse on Walton Street, how the pieces she sells are so often tried and tested in her own home, how it all brought her to launching THE STORE in 2014, a vast 30,000 square feet expanse in Berlin and her beautiful Lexington Street store in 2016 that we were sitting in on the evening and juggling motherhood and a career now that she has her baby boy, Jack.  

Members of Marguerite celebrated female vision and entrepreneurship at what is almost the year anniversary of Alex Eagle Studio on Lexington Street over Aperol Spritz's and Italian cheese and charcuterie boards. 

The Alex Eagle Studio is a unique retail experience showcasing an edit of high-end fashion, accessories, art, design, homeware, beauty and photography from around the globe, in surroundings conceived to recreate the intimacy of a home. Alex Eagle opened the doors to 91 Walton Street in December 2014, a townhouse in the heart of London’s Knightsbridge. In April 2016 the studio moved to Lexington Street in Soho, an expansive, light-filled space that is a step away from the shop front model of the past towards a new type of retail experience. Alongside an eclectic edit of fashion, Alex Eagle own brand, art, furniture and unique curiosities, Lexington Street houses the Alex Eagle studio and showroom, and operates as an event and gallery space. The result is an invigorating creative hub, a new destination to hang out and be inspired.

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The Cranford Collection
Mar
9
6:30pm 6:30pm

The Cranford Collection

Muriel Salem, collector, Anne Pontégnie, Collection Curator and Louise Chignac, Special Projects Manager welcomed us to The Cranford Collection for an evening of tales of how the collection as grown since it's inception in the 90s, the all-female team's working relationship, what drives and inspires the family to collect and more. Muriel, Anne and Louise spoke with long-term friend of the Collection and Director of Collection, International Art at Tate, Gregor Muir.

A huge thanks to Gregor for being involved, to the team for welcoming us so warmly to their home and to Planche Kitchen for providing such delicious food for the evening!

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Marguerite Presents: Snappy Salons on Women in the Arts as part of Uniqlo Tate Lates
Feb
24
6:00pm 6:00pm

Marguerite Presents: Snappy Salons on Women in the Arts as part of Uniqlo Tate Lates

Uniqlo Tate Lates takes place on the last Friday of every month and acts as an opportunity for visitors to experience Tate Modern after-hours with emerging and established DJs selected by NTS Radio, alongside world-class exhibitions, pop-up talks, playful artistic activations and workshops.

The February edition of Uniqlo Tate Lates celebrated the work of female artists in Tate's collection, as well as championing contemporary female artists, voices and cultural leaders and thinkers. As part of February's edition of Uniqlo Tate Lates, Marguerite was invited to host an event on the 6th Floor of the new Switch House. We therefore programmed a whole night of 'Snappy Salons', where we talked all things women in the arts. Find the full programme below!

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Frances Morris, Director of Tate Modern in conversation with Jan Dalley, Arts Editor of the FT
Feb
23
6:30pm 6:30pm

Frances Morris, Director of Tate Modern in conversation with Jan Dalley, Arts Editor of the FT

On 23 February, the first female Director of Tate Modern since it opened in 2000, Frances Morris was in conversation about her life, career and what it's like to be a woman at the top of the art world with Jan Dalley, Arts Editor of the FT!

Our lovely friends at The Beaumont looked after us once again with art deco splendour and drinks and canapés galore. 

 

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Studio Visit with Artists, Annie Morris & Idris Khan
Feb
9
6:30pm 6:30pm

Studio Visit with Artists, Annie Morris & Idris Khan

Artists, Annie Morris and Idris Khan generously welcomed members of Marguerite to their beautiful studios for a night of art, jazz, laughter, bubbles and delicious food. All of this was complimented by a lively and open conversation about their separate practices and shared relationship with Kate Bryan, Head of Collections at Soho House & Co.

A huge thank you to The Kansas Smitty's House Band for the amazing music and to Planche Kitchen for the delicious food!

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Victoria Siddall, Director of Frieze Fairs in conversation with Alice Rawsthorn, Design Critic
Feb
1
6:30pm 6:30pm

Victoria Siddall, Director of Frieze Fairs in conversation with Alice Rawsthorn, Design Critic

The wonderful Victoria Siddall, Director of Frieze Fairs was in conversation about her impressive career with Alice Rawsthorn, design critic for the New York Times and Frieze and author of Hello World: Where Design Meets Life. 

A huge thank you to The Beaumont Hotel for hosting us in their beautiful Lotos Room and for looking after us so well with flowing wine and canapés aplenty! 

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Image-maker, Nick Knight on Fashion Illustration
Jan
25
6:30pm 6:30pm

Image-maker, Nick Knight on Fashion Illustration

Image-maker, Nick Knight kindly hosted us at his SHOWstudio for a panel discussion on fashion illustration with resident fashion illustrator and Gallery Manager of SHOWstudio, Bex Cassie and fashion illustrators, Gill Button, Jenifer Corker and Amelie Hegardt.

Thank you to Jones & Sons Dalston for the tasty canapes, to The Hardihood for the raw cakes and Vranken Pommery UK for the bubbles! We had the best time!

A video of this discussion will be available shortly. 

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Champagne Power Brunch at Rosewood London
Jan
15
11:00am11:00am

Champagne Power Brunch at Rosewood London

Rosewood London generously hosted Marguerite in the Scarfes Bar on Sunday 15 January for our Champagne Power Brunch, perfectly complimented by a conversation about all things women in the arts! What a wonderful way to spend a wet and windy Sunday morning and to kick off 2017! The following power women took part in the discussion: 

Kate Bryan, Head of Collections, Soho House and Co (Chair)
Alia Al-Senussi, Patron

Emily Magnuson, Head of International Philanthropy at Tate
Marisa Bellani, Founder & Director of Roman Road

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Christmas Cheer & Merriment with Marguerite and House of Voltaire 2016
Dec
9
6:30pm 6:30pm

Christmas Cheer & Merriment with Marguerite and House of Voltaire 2016

London non–profit art gallery Studio Voltaire’s new flagship store House of Voltaire sells artworks, limited edition prints and exclusive home wares, clothing and objects by world–renowned artists and designers including Michael Craig-Martin, Jim Lambie, Jeremy Deller, Cory Arcangel, Nikki Tibbles & Laura Aldridge, Ed Ruscha, Roksanda and more!

House of Voltaire kindly hosted Marguerite's Christmas party on Friday 9 December, with a little help from our friends at Champagne Selavy, Jägermeister, Jones & Sons and a surprise Christmas performance by our new favourite drag artist, Bourgeoisie!

All proceeds directly supported Studio Voltaire's exhibition and education programmes. 
 

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Official Launch of Marguerite with Holly Blakey
Nov
1
7:30pm 7:30pm

Official Launch of Marguerite with Holly Blakey

To celebrate the OFFICIAL launch of Marguerite and Marguerite 1938, artist and choreographer Holly Blakey was in conversation with Kate Hutchinson, Deputy Editor of the Guardian Guide about her work followed by an exclusive extract of Some Greater Class; a live music video exploring the boundaries of dance, pop, sexuality and art. The event also celebrated The Vinyl Factory's release of music from the show by Gwilym Gold and Darkstar. 

Thank you to Holly Blakey, her dancers, Gwilym Gold, George Harper, Vinyl Factory, G'Vine Gin and Fentimans for an amazing evening!

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Marguerite Humeau & Otobong Nkanga with Sam Thorne, Director of Nottingham Contemporary
Oct
15
11:00am11:00am

Marguerite Humeau & Otobong Nkanga with Sam Thorne, Director of Nottingham Contemporary

For the October edition of Marguerite, the new Director of Nottingham Contemporary, Sam Thorne welcomed us to the gallery with Artist, Marguerite Humeau. Sam led a tour of the Otobong Nkanga and Marguerite Humeau shows for members of Marguerite before lunch at the gallery and a visit to the neighbouring Syson Gallery. 

Image Marguerite Humeau, exhibition view, FOXP2, Palais de Tokyo (23.06 - 11.09.2016). Courtesy the artist, C L E A R I N G New York/Brussels, DUVE Berlin. Photo Spassky Fischer. 

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Martin Creed, What You Find with Alice Workman, Senior Director of Hauser & Wirth Somerset
Sep
9
to Sep 11

Martin Creed, What You Find with Alice Workman, Senior Director of Hauser & Wirth Somerset

For Marguerite's second trip outside of London, we visited Hauser & Wirth Somerset to catch the final weekend of Martin Creed's solo exhibition 'What You Find', which included paintings, films, drawings, sculpture, music, spoken word and performance, many of which were created in-situ throughout the five gallery spaces. 

The trip included a tour of Hauser & Wirth's galleries and gardens led by Alice Workman, Senior Director of Hauser & Wirth, a studio visit with Hauser & Wirth's current Artist in Residence, Djordje Ozbolt, a grand feast at Roth Bar & Grill, dinner in Matt's house at Matt's Kitchen, a wine tasting hosted by More Wine, a long Sunday brunch in the manor's grounds with tennis, hot tub time and papers aplenty! All in all, an idillic weekend away! 

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Sid Motion, Director of Sid Motion Gallery in conversation with Liz Jobey, Associate Editor of FT Weekend Magazine
Jul
14
6:30pm 6:30pm

Sid Motion, Director of Sid Motion Gallery in conversation with Liz Jobey, Associate Editor of FT Weekend Magazine

For the July edition of Marguerite, Sid Motion, Director of London's eponymous Sid Motion Gallery was in conversation with Liz Jobey, Associate Editor of FT Weekend Magazine. Sid and Liz discussed Sid's experiences of setting up the newly-opened Sid Motion Gallery, the inaugural show titled ‘What’s it going to be?’ and her plans for the future. Such a wonderful evening made all the better by ice cream sarnies served by Milo & Hector's, popcorn supplied by Propercorn and aperol aplenty!

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Champagne Afternoon Tea with Julia Peyton-Jones & Gregor Muir
Jun
5
4:00pm 4:00pm

Champagne Afternoon Tea with Julia Peyton-Jones & Gregor Muir

Marguerite members enjoyed a fabulous champagne afternoon tea at The Delaunay with Julia Peyton-Jones, former Director of Serpentine Galleries (1991-2016) and Director of Serpentine Summer Programmes 2016 and Gregor Muir, Executive Director of the ICA since 2011 and soon-to-be Director of Tate's International Art Collection! 

Julia Peyton-Jones, who raised visitor numbers by hundreds of thousands and famously hosted Tilda Swinton asleep in Cornelia Parker’s glass box, is to step down from Serpentine Galleries in July 2016 after 25 years. Quizzed by her good friend and fellow London Institution Director, Gregor Muir, Julia shared tales of her long and triumphant career in the art world.

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Glasgow International Festival 2016
Apr
8
to Apr 10

Glasgow International Festival 2016

  • Glasgow International Festival (map)
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Glasgow International Festival is a world-renowned biennial festival of contemporary art which showcases the best of local and international art. 

The seventh edition takes place in various venues and locations across the city, including Glasgow's major art spaces and cultural institutions. The ambitious programme includes exhibitions, events, talks, performances and projects by international and Glasgow-based artists.

Marguerite's visit on the opening weekend included an introduction by the festival's Director, Sarah McCrory, a visit to artist, Claire Barclay's studio, curator-led tours of shows at Mary Mary, The Modern Institute, Koppe Astner, Project Ability and visits to GOMA, Tramway, House for an Art Lover and Kelvin Hall - not to mention bucket loads of FUN!

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