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UK


Down Pipe No. 26 and Incarnadine No. 248 Estate Emulsion
© Manchester Art Gallery

Manchester Art Gallery
Manchester, UK


New North and South
(30th September 2017 – 25th February 2018)

Farrow & Ball colours including Down Pipe, Incarnadine, Pitch Black and Terre d’Egypte provide a striking backdrop to the New North and South series of exhibitions at the Manchester Art Gallery. The exhibition, which showcases work from South Asian artists Neha Choksi, Waqas Khan, Mehreen Murtaza, Hetain Patel and Risham Syed, runs until 25th February 2018.

Address:
Manchester Art Gallery
Mosley Street
Manchester
M2 3JL

For more information, please visit the Manchester Art Gallery website.



Number 9 Hotel

Number 9 Hotel
Wimborne, UK


Located in nearby Wimborne, Number 9 is a beautiful Grade II listed building decorated throughout in Farrow & Ball. With rooms named after the colours used, this is a beautiful local showcase of our paints and wallpapers. Teresa’s Green, Bone, Ringwold, Versailles, Pelt and Silvergate have been used amongst other colours.

Address:
Number 9
9 West Borough
Wimborne Minster
BH21 1LT

For more information please call 01202 887557 or visit the Number 9 website.



Talisman London

Talisman London
London, UK

High-end furniture showroom, Talisman, London has used Inchrya Blue, Smoked Trout, Worsted, Charlottes Locks, Salon Drab and Arsenic across its showroom. The showroom has an eclectic collection of bespoke furniture.

Address:
79-91 New King's Road
London
SW6 4SQ

For more information please call 0207 731 4686 or visit the Talisman website.



Theatre Royal
Windsor, UK

The Theatre Royal Windsor used Farrow & Ball paints and wallpapers in a major refurbishment project which took place during summer 2017. Colours including Radicchio, Off-Black, Mole’s Breath and Cornforth White were used alongside Wisteria BP 2201 and Feuille BP 4904 papers in the auditorium, foyer and circle bar.

Address:
Theatre Royal Windsor
Thames Street
Windsor
SL4 1PS

For more information, please visit the Theatre Royal website.



Cartwright Hall Art Gallery
Bradford, UK

The David Hockney Gallery

Farrow & Ball colours Purbeck Stone, St Giles Blue, Nancy’s Blushes and Citron create a vibrant setting for the work of David Hockney in a permanent space dedicated to the Bradford-born artist at Cartwright Hall Art Gallery. The gallery, which opened in July 2017 to mark Hockney’s 80th birthday, celebrates the life and work of one of Britain’s most prominent artists.

Address:
Cartwright Hall
Lister Park
Bradford
BD9 4NS

For more information, please visit the Cartwright Hall website.


France



Musée Rodin

Musée Rodin
Paris, France


We are delighted to be supporting the renovation of the beautiful Hotel Biron building at the Musee Rodin. Farrow & Ball colours including Skylight, French Gray, Fox Red and bespoke colour Biron Gray have all been used as a striking backdrop to the gallery spaces.

Address:
Musée Rodin
79 rue de Varenne
75007 Paris
France

For more information please visit the Musée Rodin website.





Musée des impressionnismes Giverny

Musée des impressionnismes Giverny
Giverny, France.

We have recently sponsored the Musée des impressionnismes Giverny in an exhibition called Musical Instruments in Art 1860-1910. Pavilion Gray, Purbeck Stone. Parma Gray, Book Room Red, Dix Blue and Skylight, will form the background to the artwork.

Address:
99 Rue Claude Monet,
Giverny
27620
France

For more information please visit the Musée des impressionnismes Giverny website.





Pitch Blue No. 220 Estate Emulsion
© Sèvres - Cité de la Céramique

Cité de la Céramique
Sèvres, France

L’Expérience de la Couleur
(13th October 2017 - 2nd April 2018)

Farrow & Ball colours including London Clay, India Yellow, Pitch Blue and Off-Black provide a striking backdrop to the L’Expérience de la Couleur exhibition at Sèvres - Cité de la Céramique. The exhibition, organised in partnership with the Centre Pompidou, displays major pieces by leading contemporary artists working with ceramics, textiles and sculpture.

Address:
2 Place de la Manufacture
92310 Sèvres
France

For more information, please visit the Sèvres - Cité de la Céramique website.



© Studio Constance Guisset

Musée des Arts Décoratifs
Paris, France

Constance Guisset Design, Actio!
(14th November 2017 – 11th March 2018)

The Musée des Arts Décoratifs has used Farrow & Ball colours including Railings, Mahogany, Pelt, Hague Blue and Pitch Black in its retrospective of one of the leading figures of French design, Constance Guisset. The exhibition, which runs until 11th March, celebrates 10 years of the designer and scenographer’s work.

Address:
Musée des Arts Décoratifs
107, rue de Rivoli
75001 Paris
France

For more information, please visit the Musée des Arts Décoratifs website.



Switzerland



Pavilion Gray No. 242 Estate Emulsion
© Kunstmuseum Bern

Kunstmuseum Bern
Bern, Switzerland

Van Gogh To Cézanne, Bonnard To Matisse: The Collection Hahnloser
(11th August 2017 – 11th March 2018)

The Kunstmuseum Bern has used Pavilion Gray in its 2017 headline exhibition, ‘Van Gogh To Cézanne, Bonnard To Matisse’. The show, which runs until 11th March 2018, features more than 100 works of art from the Hahnloser Collection, including significant pieces from Cézanne, Van Gogh and Bonnard.

Address:
Hodlerstrasse 8–12
3011 Bern
Switzerland

For more information, please visit the Kunst Museum website.




The Netherlands



Arita House Museum

Arita House Museum
Amsterdam, Netherlands

We are delighted to be supporting the stunning Arita Japanese Porcelain exhibition at Arita House in Amsterdam, a collection designed by Arita and designers Scholten & Baijing and inspired by Japanese craftsmanship and cultural heritage.

Pavilion Gray, Blackened, Borrowed Light and Strong White have been used as a striking back drop to the exhibition.

Address:
Arita House
Ruysdaelkade 2–4
1072 AG Amsterdam
Netherlands

For more information please email or visit the Arita House Museum website.




Hungary



Inchyra Blue No. 289 Estate Emulsion and Pavilion Gray No. 242 Estate Emulsion
© Hungarian National Gallery

Hungarian National Gallery
Budapest, Hungary

The Creative Mastermind: The History of a Cult Image
(19th October 2017 – 18th February 2018)

The Hungarian National Gallery has used Farrow & Ball colours Worsted, Inchyra Blue and Pavilion Gray in its latest exhibition, ‘The Creative Mastermind: The History of a Cult Image’. The exhibition, which is open until 18th February 2018, celebrates the work of the notable Hungarian artist, Viktor Madarász.

Address:
Hungarian National Gallery
Buda Palace Building A-B-C-D
1014 Budapest
Hungary

For more information please visit the Hungarian National Gallery website.




Finland



Sunchoke Estate Emulsion (bespoke colour), Inchyra Blue No.289 Estate Emulsion and London Clay No.244 Estate Emulsion © HAM/Hanna Kukorelli

Helsinki Art Museum
Helsinki, Finland

Ola Kolemainen: Sacred Places
(6th December 2017 – 4th March 2018)

Farrow & Ball colours including Peignoir, Inchyra Blue, India Yellow and Railings provided a fitting backdrop to the breath taking images of Ola Kolemainen in his new exhibition at the Helsinki Art Museum. The exhibition, which coincides with the 100th anniversary of Finland’s independence, runs until 4th March 2018.

Address:
Eteläinen Rautatiekatu 8
00100 Helsinki
Finland

For more information please visit the Helsinki Art Museum website.