Ackerman Studios is an art consultancy working closely with artists and galleries, connecting them to hotels, restaurants, and private spaces.
Art is transformative in its power to change spaces, we’re looking to transform the way people interact with art and to make the spectacular part of the everyday.
Building on over a decade of experience, we currently work closely with spaces including 45 Park Lane, part of the The Dorchester Collection as well as curating private spaces and working on bespoke commissions. In these spaces, we aim to enhance the the overall experience of the space and those using it.
We are great advocates of both emerging and established artists. We are always looking to discover the most exciting new artists, as well as nurturing our relationships with established figures we already know and love. In 2016 alone, we have featured the likes of Patrick Hughes, and Bruce McLean at 45 Park Lane.
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Ackerman Studios proudly present
Mappa Mundi by Ewan David Eason
Mappa Mundi – A term deriving from the Medieval Latin words Mappa, meaning chart, and Mundi – of the world. Eason’s Mappa Mundi prints portray a contemporary visualisation of today’s cities in juxtaposition to their medieval namesake. They depict a bird’s eye view of some of the most iconic topographical surfaces on our planet over shimmering precious metals drawing on the egalitarian nature of the cities. The context of these works represents a snapshot of our ever-changing landscape that could potentially be completely re-written in as little as a decade.
This series of Eason’s work has been well received in a number of prestigious international institutions including the Barbican, Christies and The Royal Academy of Arts.
In association with Ackerman Studios, works exhibited in The Lobby at 45 Park Lane. All artworks are available for sale, POA.
A new collaboration between royal artist Christian Furr and Godfather of Rock Photography Gered Mankowitz featuring signed, original prints such as ‘The Rolling Stones’, ‘Jimi Hendrix and ‘Kate Bush’, bringing Furr’s distinct painting style to some of Gered’s most famous and iconic photographs. The title 45RPM (45 Revolutions per minute) comes from Gered’s background in music – recording the icons of music through his iconic photographs of musicians who made their careers with single sales (’45’s) and the revolutionary power of Art.
Christian Furr has previously exhibited at 45 Park Lane in the summer of 2013 with the late Chris Bracey. His work can also be found in the third floor suite and bedrooms at 45 Park Lane.
Ackerman Studios and Liberty Gallery proudly present
This Place by Bonnie & Clyde
Bonnie and Clyde is an artist and printmaker who uses photography, paint, collage and print to construct graphic mixed media pieces and limited edition prints. Inspired by everything from signage and iconography to music, film and the lives of other people, Bonnie and Clyde responds emotionally to socio-political occurrences intertwined with personal circumstances. A keen photographer, she enjoys travelling and capturing images that explore her interests in street photography, architecture, the sea and psycho-geography, which are then appropriated into her artwork. The artist is from Bradford in West Yorkshire, birthplace of David Hockney whose work she draws inspiration from.
In association with Ackerman Studios and Liberty Gallery, works exhibited in The Lobby and BAR 45 at 45 Park Lane
Patrickspective by Patrick Hughes
Patrick Hughes has achieved recognition around the world for his lifelong exploration of perspective and visual paradox, through which he has engaged in a historical dialogue with the masters of the Renaissance and Surrealism, and has been aligned with scientific discoveries in the field of three-dimensional visual perception. Widely recognized as one of the major painters of contemporary British art, his works are part of many public collections including The British Library; The Tate Gallery, London; Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow; Deutsche Bibliothek, Frankfurt; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and Denver Art Museum. “Imagination is the most important part of any human activity” – Patrick Hughes.
This exhibition has been organised in collaboration with Flowers Gallery. All artworks are available for sale, POA.