Following the much anticipated opening of Lucian Freud's exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery, 45 Park Lane, one of Dorchester Collection, is offering a unique opportunity for contemporary art lovers to hear a different perspective of Lucian Freud's work.
An open-discussion breakfast about the artist and his latest exhibition will be held with Lucian Freud's daughter, artist Jane McAdam Freud, and followed by a guided tour of the exhibition on Friday mornings this May (11, 18 and 25 May).
Jane McAdam Freud, who had observed and worked closely with her father, will be hosting her own exhibition on 24 April - 29 May at the Gazelli Art House in Mayfair, following the recent success at the Freud Museum and forthcoming exhibitions in Russia at the Pushkin Museum next spring.
45 Park Lane has been designed to create a deeply personal living environment that will provide the canvas for a collection of art by current British artists. Rooms and suites on each floor feature art selected for the hotel by Roy Ackerman OBE, by British artists such as Sir Peter Blake, Damien Hirst, Bruce McLean, Joe Tilson and Brendan Neiland.
For enquiries or to make a reservation, please telephone the dedicated arts line 020 7317 6503 and reference Freud, tickets cost £40 including breakfast, gallery entry and one-way transfer, and availability is limited.