CultureLabel Relaunch Pop-Up Exhibition
Posted on August 10 2015
To celebrate the launch of our brand new website and the arrival of The CultureLabel Collection, we hosted an exclusive Pop-Up Exhibition on Portobello Road, Notting Hill.
We carefully curated a selection of our partners' works including everything from art to homeware, jewellery and accessories. Excitingly, we were also able to offer a sneak peak into The CultureLabel Collection and other exclusive new pieces launching on the site this week.
The CultureLabel Collection is a unique creative collaboration featuring work from the best of the brightest emerging artists from around the world, applied on to a range of limited edition products including beautifully crafted deckchairs, unique prints and chic totes. Read more about The Collection here.
The exhibition included art from our fantastic partners GAS Gallery, Obsidian Art, WhiteChapel Gallery, Of Cabbages & Kings, Steven Quinn, Needle Design, Royal Academy of Arts, Run For The Hills, and Rook & Raven Gallery, and we decked out the Accessories Grotto with jewellery from Jessica Poole and Ros Millar, cushions from Nitin Goyal and Chloe Croft, purses from Archie Mac London, umbrellas from David David, shawls from Nitin Goyal, ceramics from Mira Santo, Melody Rose and Juan is Dead.
Above: Pieces from The CultureLabel Collection. Left: Ebony deckchair by Rosie Emerson, Lily Pond print and tote bags by Laurie Hastings. Right: Banana deckchair and California Dreaming print by Yoko Honda.
Above: CultureLabel CEO, Victoria Bridgeman and Commercial Director, Lucy Baxter.
Above left: CultureLabel Collection artist Rosie Emerson and Erin from WhiteChapel Gallery.
Above right: Rupert Newman and Aretha Campbell of Rook & Raven Gallery with Rupert's exclusive Flamingo print.
Above left to right: Literary London Map by Run For The Hills, CultureLabel's Commercial Director Lucy Baxter and The Space Between by Jackie Morris from Obsidian Art.
Make sure you keep your eyes peeled for more pop-ups over the coming months!
Photography by Georgina Angless