Dorchester Collection Hotels to Host Art Exhibitions

Hotel Plaza Athenee // Photo by Masahiko Takeda

Between February and June 2017, three Dorchester Collection Hotels will host several new and returning artists to showcase the brand's involvement with art. The hotels, 45 Park Lane in London, Le Richemond in Geneva, Switzerland and Hotel Plaza Athenee in Paris, France will display various exhibits by artists including Alec Monopoly, Jin-Wood Prensena, Alastair Gibson and many more. 

45 Park Lane: The current exhibition at the hotel is ELEMENTS by Jin-Woo Prensana, which will be running until June 5, 2017. Other upcoming exhibitions include Furr & Makowitz – 45RPM, running June-July 2017 and Bonnie and Clyde – This Place, available August-September 2017. All three exhibitions give an insider's look into the art of photography. 

Le Richemond: Located in the heart of the city of Geneva, Le Richemond offers support to young and talented artists through the hotel's partnership with the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art. Most recently, the hotel has an exhibition by South African artists, Alastair Gibson. Gibson will unveil his engineering-inspired sculptures, made out of carbon fiber and Formula One car components. 

Free Luxury Travel Newsletter

Like this story? Subscribe to The Dossier

Luxury Travel Advisor’s only newsletter, covering unique destinations and product news for affluent travelers. Delivered every Tuesday & Thursday.

Hotel Plaza Athenee: The hotel will be hosting an exhibit by Alec Monopoly until April 30, 2017. Monopoly is a New York street artists made famous from using the mascot of the Monopoly game as his main character. The artist is represented by Eden Fine Art, an international art representative and sponsor, specializing in the publishing, marketing and distribution of artworks. Monopoly has previously worked in several big cities like New York, Miami, and Los Angeles sharing his work using materials such as stencils, spray paint, varnishes and newspapers  to portray variously pop culture personas. 

Suggested Articles:

Returning from a trip to a mess—like an empty fridge or frozen pipes—can make it difficult to savor the good times you had while away. Read more.

The destination is home to a new private island resort, more sustainable lodging options and millions of dollars in resort renovations.

The resort has debuted eight new overwater bungalows — six with private plunge pools — and a new retail experience. See more here.