Arts

By Juliet Herd | 22 May 2020

Samantha Cameron tells Tempus about the lifelong passion for business that led to the launch of her fashion label, Cefinn

Download your complimentary copy of Tempus Magazine issue 67 now  You can get a fairly good idea of who the Cefinn woman is by looking at the “Cefinn Siren” profiles on the fashion br... Read More

By Tempus | 19 May 2020

This antiques expert shares her tips on finding rare and vintage pieces for classic interior style

Holly Johnson Antiques has been supplying valuable antiques to her high-profile clients in the UK and America – including the likes of Oprah Winfrey, Janet Jackson, chef... Read More

By Tempus | 11 May 2020

Five of the best US virtual museum tours for your international culture fix

Continued efforts to lockdown against Covid-19 might have put all our travel plans on hold for the foreseeable future, but thanks to these American museums there’s nothing to stop a virtual hop ... Read More

By Tempus | 15 Apr 2020

The art galleries and theatres bringing London culture into our living rooms during lockdown

Download your complimentary copy of Tempus Magazine issue 67 now  London’s cultural scene has always been the jewel in the capital’s crown, with our numerous galleries, theatres and c... Read More

By Tempus | 30 Mar 2020

Family behind The Arts Club and AOK Kitchen launch the Corona Care Challenge

The family group behind London’s The Arts Club, A.O.K Kitchen and JAB Boxing has launched the Corona Care Challenge to support vulnerable patients in the UK. I... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 14 Feb 2020

Amanda Nevill reflects on her 17 years as CEO of the BFI and tells Tempus why cinema is Britain's greatest export

Cinema is changing. That’s the message from the British Film Institute, the charitable body whose mission is to champion and develop a sizeable domestic industry. 20-years ago, British film pale... Read More

By Freddy Clode | 03 Feb 2020

Tailor-made travel expert Audley Travel shares its guide to the best places to visit on each continent

THE WORLD AT YOUR FEET It may be a small world, with our ability to travel to stunning places never so easy, but for those seeking out unique adventures or exclusive experience there are still plenty ... Read More

By Tempus | 03 Feb 2020

Masters of art: Blancpain shares the secrets behind its exceptional – and singular – Binchōtan technique

Founded in 1735, Blancpain may be the world’s oldest watchmaking brand, but that’s not to say it is stuck in its ways. Inside Blancpain’s picturesque workshop in Le Brassus, Switzerl... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 27 Nov 2019

Tempus ventures behind the doors of London's most discreet private members' club

Nestled between towering buildings of glass, steel and chrome just a stone’s throw from the Bank of England is a single Queen Anne-style townhouse. This is the home of The Walbrook Club, an excl... Read More

By Claire McQue | 30 Aug 2019

Art and ecology collide at the Venice Biennale

In the Palazzo Ca’Tron, an elegant 16th-century structure on Venice’s Canal Grande, a shoal of blue marlin dance through a turquoise lagoon. Vines spiral around giant trees and, hanging fr... Read More

By Rachel Ingram | 28 Aug 2019

Kaape Interiors shows that when it comes to interior architecture, the Scandi way is best

Never utter the word ‘IKEA’ to a Scandinavian designer – this is what I learnt when I sat down with Kirsti Prestmarken, designer-in-charge of Norway’s leading design studio, Ka... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 15 Aug 2019

Beauty industry magnate Didier Guillon on why his Valmont Foundation for the arts is his most important challenge yet

"The best place to buy art is Venice. This isn’t a city where artists sell their work, especially during the Biennale – you don’t see the price of a piece anywhere in the Giardi... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 08 Aug 2019

Art ex Machina: Meet the AI challenging everything we know about art and ethics

Artificial intelligence has become commonplace. No longer a futuristic novelty, the impact of learning machines is now being felt in everything from the way we do business to how we interact with our ... Read More

By Rachel Ingram | 07 Aug 2019

Inside the intriguing world of Grant Macdonald London, Britain’s finest silversmiths

Grant Macdonald jokes that he wasn’t born with a silver spoon in his mouth, so he learned to make one. It’s this drive, creativity and, some could say, stubbornness that’s made Macdo... Read More

By Tempus | 07 Jun 2019

The world's first robot artist announces solo exhibition at Oxford University

Named after Ada Lovelace, the pioneering 19th century mathematician, and featuring a hyper realistic humanoid head and facial features, it's easy to see why robot artist Ai-Da is creating such a v... Read More

By Mark Southern | 12 May 2019

Detox your holiday at Spain’s Healthouse Las Dunas

Healthy eating fans may be familiar with Naturhouse, the innovative nutritionalists, responsible for revolutionising the way four million people around the world eat. The brand made its name for its h... Read More

By Tempus | 10 May 2019

The Tusk Ball at Kensington Palace raises £500,000 for the royal wildlife charity

The Tusk Ball charity gala, hosted at Kensington Palace on Thursday 9 May, has raised £500,000 for wildlife conservation projects in Africa. The charity, of which the Duke of Cambridge is royal ... Read More

By Tempus | 21 Mar 2019

The Hari's il Pampero restaurant delivers homemade Italian flavour to Belgravia

Quirky and stylish, boutique hotel The Hari is nestled among the myriad of embassies just off Belgravia square, its seasonal window displays providing an art show for guests and locals alike whether c... Read More

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