Katherine Maginnis has curated a bespoke display of contemporary art for the newly extended Minotti London showroom in Fitzrovia. Continuing an ongoing collaboration with the industry-leading interiors brand, the new display features a range of bespoke and carefully curated pieces from the likes of Maison Margiela collaborator Benjamin Shine, Maison & Objet 2017 ‘rising star’ Zuza Mengham, North London-based artist Petr Weigl and Tom Price, whose work was recently highlighted by Sotheby’s as part of the Duke of Devonshire’s Collection
The long-term collaboration between Katherine Maginnis and Minotti London is a celebration of the perfect synergy achieved when contemporary art and beautiful interiors are fused at the point of conception. The newly extended showroom now features an additional floor, more than doubling the size of the space, and allowing clients to visualise a range of carefully curated art pieces – from sculpture to portraiture, to ceramic installation – in a multitude of interiors settings.
Launched on 27 April 2017, more than 600 architects, interior designers and journalists from London’s thriving creative community came together to celebrate the new floor of design and the arrival of the new Minotti 2017 Collection at Minotti London. Presented by Katherine Maginnis, food artist and celebrity chef Tom Wolfe created a unique food art experience that provided partygoers with the opportunity to taste Minotti monogrammed Paul A Young chocolates from sculptural serving trays worn by elegantly dressed models circulating the event.
See the full display at Minotti London, 77 Margaret Street, London W1W 8SY.
For more information contact Katherine Maginnis via email@example.com