Your recap of the top daytime events from around the Houses
From art installations in Hong Kong and Paris to a floral workshop in Charleston, here’s everything you may have missed lately
Friday 17 November 2023 By Soho House Photography by Laura Saur, Kadir Gold
Between Frieze in London, Hong Kong’s fourth anniversary celebrations and Art Basel in Paris, it’s safe to say there’s been a lot going on at the Houses in recent weeks. As well as evening events, our teams have been curating a varied programme of talks, workshops and exhibitions for during the day, too.
Scroll on to see some of the highlights from our Houses in Hong Kong, London and Paris, plus our Cities Without Houses community in Charleston, where we’re soon to open Soho House Charleston.
180 creative mixer with Teo van den Broeke
Teo van den Broeke, Soho House’s Editorial Director and author of The Closet, sat down with style director of World of Interiors Gianluca Longo at 180 House for a Q&A and breakfast networking session.
Style Series with Anine Bing, Soho House 40 Greek Street
As part of our Style Series, the team behind LA-based fashion label Anine Bing joined us at the House for a discussion about style, business and building a brand. Members also enjoyed an exclusive preview of the upcoming collection.
Felix Chan art exhibition, Soho House Hong Kong
To celebrate Soho House Hong Kong’s fourth anniversary, Founder member Felix Chan hosted his first solo art exhibition at the House. A self-taught artist, he uses simple lines to create caricatures inspired by the world of theatre.
Frieze talk, Little House Mayfair
London members gathered to hear a conversation between writer, critic and investigative journalist Evan Moffitt and Brooklyn-based artist Anthony Cudahy. The pair chatted about Cudahy’s new exhibition, showing across both GRIMM London and the Hales Gallery. Afterwards, members were treated to a private tour.
Floral workshop, Cities Without Houses Charleston
Sonny Sisan, founder of Floral Studies – a new-wave floristry company in Charleston – joined local Cities Without Houses members for an afternoon workshop. Members learnt about floral colour theory and sculptural compositions while creating their own arrangements.
Paris+ par Art Basel, Soho House Paris
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Soho House Paris celebrated the second edition of Paris+ par Art Basel with an installation from Danish artist Esben Weile Kjaer entitled ‘Exclusivity Is Dangerous’. A rising star in the art world, much of Kjaer’s work – which spans sculpture, performance and installations – explores the role that popular culture plays in modern life.
Visit our events page to find out what’s happening at your local House