November 12, 2013, 9:47 am -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- Set in a winsomely parochial setting; The Althenaeum is the perfect richly refined stay for your next trip to the city. A five star hotel thoughtfully designed to make the most of your trip, this is the ideal home away from home at the heart of London. Rooms uniformly feature stunning bedrooms, and are all equipped with iPod docking stations, complimentary WiFi and a decidedly elegant décor. At the beating hear of the capital – The Althenaeum is perfectly positioned to make the most of a multitude of exciting happenings throughout the city. With a range of events on your doorstop, why venture further?
Fashionable London art gallery, Erskine, Hall and Coe are set to host one of the cutting edge exhibitions of the year; presenting a stunning solo exhibition of seventeen works and illustrations by internationally recognised British artist Jennifer Lee. Running from the 9 th October through to the 1st November – this fabulous show is certainly not one to miss.
Artist Jennifer Lee's first London exhibition in five years (since her last in 2008) Lee has instead been travelling the globe, her work exhibited at renowned international galleries in America and Australia, and was in 2009 invited to exhibit by Issey Miyake at his foundation based in Tokyo! Her work has been homed in some exceptionally well recognised space, such as The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and the Los Angeles County Museum. And so Erskine, Hall and Coe are incredibly lucky to feature such internationally recognised work. Open Mondays – Saturdays, 10.00 – 18.00, with no admission fee. A catalogue accompanying the show will include an essay by art critic Emma Crichton-Miller.
Should you be interested in sojourning to another fantastic exhibition featuring some stunning contemporary art, the E&R Cyzer and AlonZakaim Fine Art are hosting an exhibition entitled Heaven & Earth by artist David Breuer-Weil, an unusual exhibition divided into two spaces; one to represent heaven, the other to represent earth. Showing anything from sprawling canvases featuring people and objects rotating around representations of celestial motifs, to carefully crafted bronze sculptures, this all-encompassing exhibition is worth dedicating time and consideration to.
With so many artful hotels in London, located as conveniently as The Althenaeum, what are you waiting for to prompt you to book your next stay?
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