‘Lives, Loves and Loss’ at Fenton House in Hampstead

The National Trust’s Fenton House in Hampstead is to be transformed into an immersive and atmospheric art experience by renowned art collective, Traces – who will delve into the intriguing history of the eighteenth-century building and its former residents.

Traces will be adding to Fenton House’s illustrious treasure trove with works from over 80 contemporary artists in a unique installation that seeks to tell the story of the Gee family – the house’s eighteenth-century residents. The Installation allows you to wander through abandoned rooms and corridors, discovering the ‘lives, loves and losses’ of the family and their relationship with Georgian London.

Award-winning artists and designers include pattern designer Camilla Meijer, product designer Haidee Drew, artist Maisie Broadhead, silversmith David Clarke, food and scent designer AVM Curiosities, and furniture and product designer Gareth Neal.

All artwork is available for sale.

See our gallery below.

‘Lives, Loves and Loss’ @ Fenton House and Gardens, Hampstead Grove, London NW3 6SP from 3rd – 23rd of December 2016 

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