THE CYNTHIA CORBETT GALLERY IN RESIDENCE AT HOME HOUSE
showcase for Gallery Artists & Young Masters
26 July 2018 – 31 January 2019
Home House Private Members Club
20 Portman Square, Marylebone, London, W1H 6LW
Nearest Tubes: Bond Street & Marble Arch
by Appointment only
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Join photographer Fabiano Parisi & Cynthia Corbett in conversation at Home House, for a special Frieze week breakfast.
The in-conversation will take place at a sit-down breakfast in the Garden Restaurant at Home House, surrounded by Fabiano’s newest works.
Fabiano Parisi is a photographer of contemporary ruins; industrial buildings, swimming pools, factories, mental asylums, villas and theatres. Travelling across the world to America and throughout Europe, he captures these beautiful, yet enigmatic, places that most of us will never see. Parisi began his career as a photographer following a degree in Psychology, coming to photography through a project photographing derelict asylums, which sparked his interest in the abandoned buildings which are the subject of his art practice today.
Fabiano Parisi was shortlisted for the Young Masters Art Prize in 2012 & 2014, and is currently working on a extended series based on Vatican City. Fabiano Parisi works & lives in Rome, Italy.
The Cynthia Corbett Gallery & Young Masters are gallery in residence at Home House until January 2019.
Sunday 7 October | 9.30 – 11am
Frieze Week Breakfast, hosted by Young Masters. This intimate in conversation will take place in the Garden Restaurant at Home House, surrounded by Parisi’s newest works.
Tickets £20pp + fee (continental breakfast is included in the ticket price).
‘MEET THE ARTIST’ DEBORAH AZZOPARDI IN CONVERSATION WITH CYNTHIA CORBETT AT HOME HOUSE PRIVATE MEMBERS CLUB.
This intimate in conversation will take place at Home House, private members club surrounded by Azzopardi’s paintings.
Saturday 20th October, 4.30 – 5.30pm
(image by FelixandFriends)