Burning Bright Now on View at the Hyatt Regency London-The Churchill

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Lobby view: works by Brian Dennis, Wayne Mok, Jane Howarth

We are excited to announce that Burning Bright: Emerging Artists from Saatchi Online is now on view at the Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill! Conceived as part of an ongoing celebration of The Churchill‘s association with the international art world, this exhibition displays artwork by Saatchi Online artists in both the hotel’s lobby as well as in a specially-designed Saatchi Suite available to guests.

What’s more – all the artwork in the exhibition is for sale. Not traveling to London? No problem – you can shop all the works in the collection by clicking here.

 

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Lobby: Super Future Kid

Burning Bright is the third in a series of exhibitions taking place at the hotel, which has a longstanding relationship with the Saatchi Gallery. This is the first time that Saatchi Online, now the largest online art gallery in the world, presents “the new talent of today and the great talent of tomorrow” with the thousands of guests who visit the hotel every week.

Lobby: Brian Dennis

The exhibition features stunning works by rising stars such as Daisy Clarke who has previously exhibited at the Dulwich Picture Gallery and the Royal Academy of Arts, London, and counts among her collectors Hugh Grant and Jeremy IronsMichael Newton, long-listed for the presitigious John Moores Painting Prize in 2012; Geoff Diego Litherland, who graduated in 2012 from Goldsmiths College, London where he won the prestigious Warden’s Purchase Prize; and Héloïse Delègue, a recent graduate of the Sorbonne in Paris.

Lobby: Brian Dennis and Wayne Mok

Lobby: Brian Dennis, Wayne Mok, Jane Howarth, Michael Newton

Lobby : Brian Dennis, Wayne Mok, Jane Howarth, Michael Newton, Kate Knight

Lobby: Daisy Clarke and Zohar Flax

Promenade: Arthur Sarkissian

Restaurant view: Andy Swani, William Savage, Geoff Diego Litherland, Francisco Ortega, Termine G, Héloïse Delègue

Restaurant: Geoff Diego Litherland, Francisco Ortega, Termine G, Héloïse Delègue

Restaurant: Lata Upadhyaya

Saatchi Suite: Christine Mitrentse

Saatchi Suite: Héloïse Delègue

Saatchi Suite: Kazuya Tsuji, Alex Hanna

Saatchi Suite

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7 Comments

  1. James says:

    This is great idea. I have a hard time visualizing art in context and hope to see more exhibits like this!

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  2. michel lentz says:

    in the restaurant: seems to be Ortega and not Newton in the middle …

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  3. pico reinoso says:

    i am surprised to realize that only London based artist have been considered for this show.

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