Arts

By Gabriel Power | 23 Jul 2021

The best family hotels in Europe to book now

To say it's been a long year would be an understatement. Stuck indoors for vast swathes of the last 18 months with little to no travel outside of the odd business trip here and there, even the you... Read More

By Ross Forbes | 05 Jul 2021

The art of living fearlessly: the creatives revolutionising the worlds of art and fashion

Visionary fashion designer Lee Alexander McQueen was renowned for his fierce creativity and desire to push the limits of fashion and its artistry. It is unsurprising, then, that his Sarabande Foundati... Read More

By Judy Cogan | 25 May 2021

The secret service

Luxury is built on a foundation of secrecy. The high-end and unattainable will always be alluring, whether bound to the satisfaction of topping the waiting list for a rare and exceptional watch, or th... Read More

By Juliet Herd | 24 May 2021

Cromwell Place: London's most exciting art space reopens

It may have officially opened briefly last year, but there was a new-launch buzz at London’s most exciting new arts space, Cromwell Place, when it reopened its doors this week. Having been force... Read More

By Gabriel Power | 20 Apr 2021

Interview: artist Amy Beager

Fluid, dynamic and rich with emotional layering, Amy Beager's work is as intense as it is gorgeous. A contemporary illustrator with a background in fashion design, she draws inspira... Read More

By Tempus | 07 Apr 2021

Yunnan Province: the travels of a gallerist

Bordering Tibet, Vietnam, Laos, and Myanmar in China’s southwest, the remote Yunnan Province is a treasure trove waiting to be explored. The most diverse province in China with 55 ethnic minorit... Read More

By Ross Forbes | 06 Mar 2021

Fighting talk: How the success of British MMA has inspired us to discover the physical power and mental discipline of martial arts

Over the last decade, Britain’s mixed martial arts (MMA) scene has enjoyed a golden period on the world stage. Thanks to its high-level intensity and global appeal – enabled by the do... Read More

By Tempus | 10 Feb 2021

Shrove Tuesday: incredible pancake recipes from around the world

Like many of us, you may have been told that money makes the world go round. However upon further research, Tempus can confirm that does in fact appear to be pancakes that perpetuate the rotation... Read More

By Tempus | 20 Jan 2021

Female leadership: four women tell us about taking their seat at the top table

On 20 January 2021, Kamala Harris will make American history. As Joe Biden in inaugurated as the United States’ 46th president, it is his vice president Harris who will represent the first of th... Read More

By Tempus | 08 Jan 2021

Nine post-lockdown learning holidays around the world which offer enriching escapism and community immersion

The UK entered its third national lockdown this week, but with vaccines being rolled out across the country and around the world, there is a great deal of hope and a clear demand for enriching, i... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 23 Dec 2020

Grand Design: Lenny Kravitz tells us why the new Kravitz Grand is the perfect representation of his life’s work

At the global launch of the Kravitz Grand, Steinway & Sons’ newest limited-edition grand piano, musician and designer Lenny Kravitz looks cool and casual in pinstripe shirt and white-rimmed ... Read More

By Chantelle Billson | 18 Dec 2020

Tempus explores Vienna’s newly renovated and remodelled Sigmund Freud Museum

In 2020, virtual meetings and events have become a necessary part of life. From Zoom meetings with our colleagues to art exhibitions hosted online, embracing these digital times – and adapting t... Read More

By Juliet Herd | 16 Dec 2020

The eternal allure of Venice, according to gemologist Alberto Nardi

Gemologist Alberto Nardi is the epitome of the Venetian man about town as he strides athletically across the myriad small bridges that crisscross the city’s canals, greeting fellow res... Read More

By Lauren Jade Hill | 13 Nov 2020

CULTURE SHOCK: Tempus explore the most significant new landmarks taking shape around the world

THE MUSEUM OF UNDERWATER ART | QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA The first two of four sites making up The Museum of Underwater Art (MOUA) — Ocean Siren and Coral Greenhouse, both in Townsville — made... Read More

By Tempus | 25 Aug 2020

11 of the best cycling routes in the world to celebrate the Tour de France

The Tour de France cycling race, which kicks off on 29 August 2020, coincides with a heightened interest in cycling worldwide. In recent months, changing consumer habits have driven muc... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 14 Jul 2020

South American vineyard Zuccardi Valle de Uco has been voted the World’s Best Vineyard for the second year running

World’s Best Vineyards, which promotes wine tourism around the world, has revealed its Top 50 list of greatest wine tourism destinations in the world for 2020. The list, created by William Reed ... Read More

By Polly Jean Harrison | 08 Jul 2020

London’s historic Somerset House will reopen part of its arts centre to visitors

Somerset House, London’s working arts centre, is reopening part of its site to visitors on Thursday 16 July after a period of closure due to the coronavirus pandemic. The areas that will be open... Read More

By Polly Jean Harrison | 07 Jul 2020

£1.57 billion support package announced to safeguard theatres and the arts

UK Government announces £1.57 billion support package to protect theatres and “Britain’s world class cultural arts and heritage institutions” during coronavirus pandemic. ... Read More