In Residence at Home House

Home House

until January 2019 (by appointment only)

A showcase of Young Masters artists including Fabiano Parisi, at 'The Cynthia Corbett Gallery in Residence at Home House', in association with A Space For Art.

HomeHouse is a Georgian town house at 20 Portman Square, London, designed in 1777 by Robert Adam, appointed by Elizabeth, Countess of Home. Since its inception it had quite an exciting history, including being leased by Samuel Courtauld to house his growing art collection in 1926.

Home House was appointed a Grade I listed building in 1954. Presently it is being used as a private members' club. It is also home to a Drinks Bar designed by the late Zaha Hadid, featuring her signature sweeping lines

A Space For Art curates rotational art collections for some of the world's most luxurious spaces from Michelin Star restaurants, 5* Hotels, to corporations and private residences. A Space For Art sources work from the world's top galleries, dealers and artists directly spanning the spectrum of paintings, photography, sculpture and conceptual art.

 
 
 

Photographs (c) Cristina Schek.