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UpCycling - Three Experts Discuss Sustainable Design

The Exhibitionist Hotel by theKeyCollection
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17 September 2018

Doors open: 18.30pm, Talk Start: 7.15pm, Refreshments: 8pm
The Exhibitionist Hotel
8-10 Queensberry Place
SW7 2EA
Free Ticketed Event

The Exhibitionist Hotel by theKeyCollection

About The Exhibitionist Hotel

The luxury boutique Exhibitionist Hotel is located opposite the Natural History Museum, in the heart of South Kensington. It was beautifully restored in 2015, to combine original design and contemporary finishes including bespoke furnishings. The hotel features eight galleries with frequently changing pieces of art work displayed by internationally renowned artists. Close by are the V&A Museum, the Science Museum, The Albert Hall, and the upmarket shopping of Knightsbridge, Sloane Street, Harvey Nichols and Harrods.

About Attollo

Attollo Art is founded to curate spaces which grant artists freedom of experimentation, showcasing original concepts and communication in contemporary art, regardless of location, medium, or venue.

In partnership with the public and private sector, some of our most recent projects include Kensington& Chelsea Art Weekend, The Marrakech Biennale 6th Edition, BritWeek LA, The Exhibitionist Hotel in South Kensington, Fine Art Sails and a pioneering  AirBnB Gallery offering art spaces and place-making opportunities for emerging artists. ​​

The launch of the Exhibitionist Hotel curatorial project has exceeded all expectations, delivering growing customer value and increased business revenue through evolving creative process and installations in the hotel’s luxury suites and art corridors. The programme also includes a series of public debates hosted by leading contemporaries in art, design, architecture and space planning. 

The founder Vestalia Chilton quotes "when artistic experimentation supersedes currency to hold the reins of priority, contemporary issues on social, political, and cultural levels encourage audience participation and invite viewers to re-think their definitions of the arts".

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