House Notes: We Meet Again

Ten major artworks from the Soho House collection and the untold stories behind them

Damien Hirst’s afterparty inspiration, Tracey Emin’s rule-breaking, and other unknown facts from the House’s collection

Plastic enemy number one

Tia Grazette, London member, curator and founder of Le Good Society, talks to Ted Stansfield about turning to art for the fight against plastic pollution

Prospect founder Laura Currie brings art to the everyday

Acquiring a Judy Chicago or Nir Hod may be easier than you think, thanks to the New York member’s collaborations with art titans on limited-edition designs

A poem by James Massiah

In Poem 58 (Extended Edit), the member and poet considers that, at this time of uncertainty and change, the things we love aren’t lost

Beyond plain white walls

Art curator and London member Lawrence Van Hagen uses virtual reality to make his latest exhibition an immersive experience for all

Contemporary artist Bharti Kher and the tale of two cities

With nods to both her Indian and UK bases, Kher's work is celebrated for its exploration into identity and commitment to deconstructing culture

The art of giving back

Member-run art agency Artiq support community through charity with their annual sale of work by queer artists

Nikko Washington’s protest in paint

Chicago-based artist Nikko Washington on why he turned to painting murals to build solidarity between his city’s different communities

What does the future of workspaces look like?

Austin members Michael Hsu and Maija Kreishman, Principal and Managing Partner of Michael Hsu Office of Architecture, discuss shifting ideas of workspaces

Celebrating the queer space as community

Italian photographer Valentina Neri’s intimate portrait series explores the familial feeling of Milan’s drag scene

Inside Sarabande: Lee McQueen’s leading legacy

Sarabande CEO and London member Trino Verkade opens the doors to the charitable foundation funded by the personal estate of the late fashion designer

Introducing ÅBEN, a celebration of emerging Nordic makers

Writer Kate Lough meets member David Harrigan, whose Stockholm-based design collective ÅBEN celebrates emerging Nordic makers

With his series of portraits, member James Loxley documents life on the doorstep

The London-based photographer shares a selection of photographs from his series, Doortraits, capturing friends at front doors around the city

The art of perseverance

Queer Black artists have shaped the history of Pride in the US, says writer Osman Can Yerebakan