Next Week, Selfridges will partner with Berlin’s Reference Festival to present SUPERFUTURES, an immersive exhibition which will bring together 13 experiential spectacles and surreal interventions by leading artists, brands and thinkers.
The NFT (non-fungible tokens) series: Universe Paco Rabanne & Fondation Vasarely launches on Tuesday 12th April in collaboration with Selfridges.
In partnership with the Fondation Vasarely and Paco Rabanne, Selfridges will present Universe, a celebration of the work of Op Art movement pioneer, Victor Vasarely (b.1906 Pécs, Hungary, d. 1997 Paris) an innovator of 20th-century abstract art, best known for his pioneering geometric designs and perception-shifting imagination.
Camila Quintero, a recent graduate from UAL Camberwell College of Arts was approached by Selfridges and asked to exhibit in the world-famous store after being spotted on Instagram by the creative team.
Yorkshire Sculpture Park (YSP) and Selfridges present a new commission by German artist Marco Miehling for the London store’s Art Block
Miehling, the Art Block’s third resident artist, explores the merging of man-made spaces with the unspoiled space of nature through his installation, A Tree is a Big Plant with a stick up in the Middle (2019)
Selfridges’ ongoing commitment to present art in unexpected places takes centre-stage in a major arts campaign.
#LastChance: The Flipside: Altered states of luxury as imagined by the Google Pixel 2, Loewe, Mr Lyan, Thom Browne, Gareth Pugh, Louis Vuitton and Byredo.
You have until this Sunday 20th May to catch the amazing Flipside a multi-sensory exhibition curated by Google and Selfridges at The Old Selfridges Hotel. The free exhibition provides a thought-provoking journey into luxury as some of the most forward-thinking brands and creative minds intersect with radical ideas.
Black power, the night, an inter-faith charity shop, Victorian excess, resilience, auras and thread.
This year Selfridges presents Bright Old Things – a selection of fourteen men and women who refuse to let old age slow them down and using retirement as an opportunity to try something new. Each Bright Old Thing is given a window to show their wares and has to produce a product that can be sold in the concept store. They range from the actor who paints chips and the actress who designs furniture to the food writer who makes art and the product designer who broadcasts to the universe.
Pernilla is a conceptual shoe collection that is part footwear, part sculpture. The series of eight unusual silhouettes are crafted by traditional shoe making methods.
They are presenting a spectacular mix of food and light art designed to turn the enjoyment of dining in a car into an exceptional sensory experience.