As a sensory accompaniment to the works on display, The Marylebone Hotel will offer a ‘Wine & Whisky Package’ from the Champagne Bar to all guests and visitors of the hotel viewing the work
About the event
The Marylebone Hotel is proud to announce an exclusive new exhibition of work by world-renowned photographer Sir Colin Hampden-White in association with locally-based and internationally acclaimed Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery.
The photography exhibition will bring to life famous champagne, wine and whisky makers in an immersive and sensory experience. These include Laurent-Perrier’s Cellar Master, Michel Fauconnet, Château Latour’s Director, Frédéric Engerer and Mark Lochhead, Distillery Manager for Talisker.
While viewing the portraiture, guests and visitors to the hotel will be able to sample champagne, wine and whisky represented in the pictures by each subject to experience a little slice of life behind the lens.
As a sensory accompaniment to the works on display, The Marylebone Hotel will be offering a ‘Wine & Whisky Package’ from the Champagne Bar to all guests and visitors of the hotel viewing the exhibition. This comprises sample glasses of champagne, wine and whisky to be enjoyed alongside the photography and will cost £15 per person*.
The Colin Hampden-White exhibition is part of The Marylebone Hotel’s Art House project that has seen artists such as Piers Bourke, Karen Nicol and Gordon Hopkins collaborate with the hotel. The exhibition and partnership with the Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery follows the hotel’s tradition of working with local businesses to celebrate and support Marylebone’s ‘village’ spirit. Produce for the hotel’s ONE08 restaurant is sourced from butchers and shops on Marylebone High Street, and the hotel creates bespoke walking tours of local attractions for guests.