Billie Bond at 33 Davies Street

33 Davies Street welcomes Billie Bond and her spectacular work inspired by ancient Japanese art of Kintsugi, repairing broken ceramics with lacquer mixed with powdered bronze. As a philosophy, it treats breakage and repair as part of the history of an object, rather than something to disguise.

‘My work is concerned with identity and a personal obsession of revealing the concealed, exposing the discarded and the overlooked, repairing the broken and exploring ideas of duality. 
I try to translate an inner being through a disrupted surface, creating new and different visual conversations. Processes of destruction and repair investigate aspects of trauma and healing, rejuvenation and change. ‘

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Wander Art Unveiled in Mayfair – “Red Hot Contracts” by Julien Colombier at 20 Balderton Street

Spanning the neighbourhoods of Mayfair and Belgravia, Wander Art showcases some of the most exciting and innovative outdoor art installations from world renowned artists. With 12 artworks in a range of distinctive striking and colourful styles, the art in the Wander Art trail celebrates the architecture and creative talents of London, drawing on personal stories and individual perspectives of the capital from artists local, national and international.

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33 Davies Street – Stow are pleased to present sculptures by prize winning artist Dominic Welsh

The sculpture exhibition at 33 Davies Street has been designed to introduce different types of sculpture, techniques and artistic language to tenants and visitors of the building, helping to create an enjoyable and stimulating space. We are delighted to present a collection of sculpture by Dominic Welch, our tenth artist to exhibit.

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adidas to open flagship store at 425 Oxford Street

The joint venture owning the property, Grosvenor Britain & Ireland (Grosvenor) and Stow Capital Partners (Stow), has agreed to pre-let 43,000 square feet of retail space to adidas. The scheme involves the reconfiguration and extension of the lower five floors of the ten storey building. This will create a larger unit for adidas, which aims to create a new flagship store in the prime retail location, opposite Selfridges department store in the heart of London’s West End.

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