This event is now sold out but we have two more Valentine events here:
The Valentine Readings - 13 Feb at London Edition
Paradiso Cinema - Valentine Screening - 14 Feb at London Edition
Baron & Baroness Magazine x The London EDITION, invite lovers and stalkers to join us for an afternoon of contemporary Valentine Card making, accompanied with Love Tea. The event will be hosted by artist Dallas Seitz, who will lead the event and introduce attendees to ideas surrounding bricollage, collage and photo montage.
Using mixed media, including found images, paint, found texts, photographs and other found objects, attendees will assemble a contemporary Valentine card that will sit proudly on ones mantelpiece, functioning as a Valentine card and a work of art. Once constructed, attendees can post their cards in the Love Post Box at The London Edition which will be delivered to your sweethearts.
Dallas Seitz Bio
Dallas Seitz is a Canadian artist collected by Saatchi and Zabludowicz. He lives and works in London. Seitz uses sculpture, video, and photography to explore issues surrounding colonisation, museology and biography. Seitz studied at the Juilliard School of Performing Arts New York, Alberta College of Art Calgary and the Chelsea College of Art London. Seitz has exhibited at The Pump House Gallery, Castlefield Gallery, WUK, Vienna, Garboushian, Beverley Hills, Severed Head, Dublin and Black Mariah, Cork.
Baron and Baroness Magazine Bio
Baron and Baroness the erotic journals for gentlemen and ladies who enjoy a cocktail, chit chatting about modern art, fine dressing and when the lights fade become connoisseurs at taking their companion to bed. Baron and Baroness are at the core of human desire and are available in all good stores worldwide, including Dover Street Market, London, Colette Paris and Opening Ceremony, New York.
The London EDITION
The London EDITION has all the hallmarks of the EDITION brand: lasting comfort, extraordinary style and an exceptional level of service in a uniquely individual environment. Located in central London’s Fitzrovia, The London EDITION brings together, in a delicate balancing act, the integrity and character of a historic building with a simple, sophisticated design sensibility, creating a seamless blend of charisma and ease. With 173 rooms, a restaurant, two bars, a dance club, meeting rooms and a buzzing lobby, the hotel offers a dynamic social hub where guests and visitors can work, relax, socialise and dine all under one roof.