Contemporary Classics - September 2018
Contemporary Classics at Marylands
28th September - 19th October 2018
We will be exhibiting a range of work throughout October 2018 at our spectacular new venue in the Surrey Hills, Marylands.
Marylands has been described as a 1930’s Art Deco masterpiece by the renowned architect Oliver Hill (1887-1968), a close friend of Sir Edwin Lutyens.
The house is set high in the surrey hills, with views to the South Downs, Lancing College and Chactonbury Ring.
Using locally sourced stone and wood with dramatic Swedish glazed pantile roof tiles, Marylands is a fusion of Scottish modernism with Mediterranean, Moorish and arts & craft influences.Gertrude Jekyll advised on planting The courtyards and gardens.
With its unique architecture, interior and setting, Marylands has been used for filming Poirot, Maddona’s film “W.E”. about the abdication crisis, The Crown and recently with Renee Zelwegger and Rufus Sewell in “Judy” about the life of Judy Garland.
Artists in this exhibition include: David Hockney, Joan Miro, Marc Chagall, Georges Braque, Roy Lichtenstein, Monroe Hodder, Jacob Sutton and others.
For more information or to arrange an appointment please Contact Us
Friday, 28th September 2018