Soho House 76 Dean Street
The historic 18th-century townhouse is home to a collection that celebrates the subversive power of British contemporary art, alongside a diverse (and colourful) selection of international names
The art collection at 76 Dean Street was originally curated by Francesa Gavin in 2015 and featured more than 260 monochromatic works installed salon style. Key pieces include ‘Health And Safety Is Killing Bondage’ by Harland Miller, as well as works by Yinka Shonibare, Tracey Emin, Glenn Ligon, Christian Jankowski, and Claudia Comte.
In 2022 Kate Bryan, Global Director of Art for Soho House, refreshed the collection with larger scale colourful pieces, featuring work by Nick Jensen, Lindsey Mendick, Donna Huanca, Luisa Mè, Des Hughes and Jane Hayes Greenwood in the Blue Dining Room, and Megan Rooney, Zayn Qahtani, Jakob Rowlinson in the adjacent Pink Dining Room. Other new key works include Tomo Campbell, Shirin Fathi, Juju Wang, Anna Freeman Bentley, Rosie Gibbons, Anousha Payne, Noemi S. Conan, Farnaz Gholami, and Esther Tielemans.
Inside the art collection at Soho House 76 Dean Street
Renewed in 2022, it brings a contemporary edge to the historically inspired interiors. Here, our Global Director of Art, Kate Bryan, tells the story behind some of the most iconic pieces
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