The Ludlow House collection combines the work of cultural icons, such as Nan Goldin and George Condo, with a new wave of artists who call New York their home
Curated by Francesca Gavin in 2016, Ludlow House features more than 250 works from an international lineup of talent, including original pieces by Tracey Emin, Rashid Johnson, He Xiangyu, Larry Clark, Nari Ward, Xaviera Simmons, Nan Goldin, Marilyn Minter, Theaster Gates, George Condo, Deana Lawson, Eddie Peake, Martin Creed, Katherine Bernhardt,
Luc Tuymans, Joyce Pensato, Carsten Höller, and Issy Wood.
In 2020, Soho House Art Collection Manager, Sara Terzi, added a selection of then-emerging New York-based names in the Parlor: Adriano Valeri, Alexander Barton, Anthony Cudahy, Antonio Pulgarin, Baseera Khan, Bea Fremderman, Elliott Jerome Brown Jr, Emma Kohlmann, James Viscardi, Joiri Minaya, Justin Liam O’Brien, Kameelah Janan Rasheed, Madeline Hollander, Maryam Hoseini, Naomi Okubo, Sarah Faux, Tunji Adeniyi-Jones, Troy Montes-Michie, and Zoë Buckman.
A salon hang featuring Theaster Gates in the Velvet Room
The Parlor, featuring Emma Kohlmann and Joiri Minaya
An artwork above the fireplace by Tracey Emin in the Velvet Room
Eight artworks to discover at New York’s Ludlow House
With more than 250 pieces across four floors, here are the gems you shouldn’t miss on your next visit
An exclusive first look at Ludlow House’s new art collection
The House’s refreshed Parlor features a collection from exciting New York-based artists whose works investigate the cultural and personal conditions of identity and gender, says Soho House Art Collection Manager Sara Terzi
Meet Soho House artist Xaviera Simmons
The New York-based creative talks about exploring social, spiritual and political histories, as her work is displayed in our art collection