The O+A June Journal
From stylish pieces to delicious eateries via our favourite films and must listen to podcasts, here is our round-up of things we're loving at the moment, and that we think you will love to!
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Discover the Wallace Collection's captivating exhibition that delves into our enduring fascination with dogs. With over 50 works encompassing paintings, sculptures, drawings, objets d'art, and even taxidermy, this remarkable showcase explores the artistic portrayal of our loyal companions throughout history. Delve into the world of dog depictions and reflect on what our affection for these four-legged friends reveals about us. Notable highlights include Clifton Tomson's portrait of Lord Byron's dog, Lyon, a tender chalk sketch of a puppy by French court painter Simon Vouet, and six delightful paintings by David Hockney featuring his beloved dachshunds, Stanley and Boodgie. Dog lovers will be enchanted by this heartfelt and entertaining exhibition, while art enthusiasts will appreciate its profound artistic value.
The Wallace Collection Hertford House, Manchester Square, London W1U 3BN Ahead of the cinematic release of visionary Director Wes Anderson's latest movie 'Asteroid City' we are re-watching one of our favourite Wes Anderson movies: 'The Grand Budapest Hotel'.
The film explores the rich tapestry of 20th-century European culture while playfully addressing dark historical events. Set in the 1930s, the film takes place at the Grand Budapest Hotel, a ski resort led by charismatic concierge Gustave H. (Ralph Fiennes), and his loyal apprentice Zero (Tony Revolori). When one of Gustave's lovers dies mysteriously, he becomes the prime suspect, caught in a thrilling adventure involving a priceless painting and a sinister conspiracy. Beneath the enchanting visuals and period charm lies a bittersweet story of a fading way of life in a changing world.
Join Dana Thomas, a New York Times bestselling author, British Vogue's European Sustainability Editor, and a prominent figure in the climate movement, as she engages in dynamic conversations with experts, creators, and change makers across various fields, from politics to fashion. Dive into thought-provoking discussions on all things sustainable. Each episode concludes with insightful reviews by esteemed critics, covering the latest books, films, music, and more, offering perspectives that explore the interconnectedness of humanity and the planet. Get ready to be inspired.