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Hilary Lloyd: Inaugural Dorich House Museum Fellow

Work by Visual artist, Hilary Lloyd

HILARY LLOYD: INAUGURAL DORICH HOUSE MUSEUM FELLOW In conjunction with the re-launch of Dorich House Museum as an international centre to promote and support women creative practitioners, visual artist Hilary Lloyd was appointed the first Dorich House Fellow in October 2015. Lloyd, a former Turner Prize nominee, lives and works in London and has had […]

Gendered Materials: Creativity in the Post-Soviet Space

Eglė Rakauskaitė, In Fat, 1998

with Laima Kreivytė (Vilnius Academy of Arts), Mare Tralla (London) & Fran Lloyd (Kingston University) Time: 10 June 2016, 5.30pm followed with drinks reception. Place: Dorich House Museum, 67 Kingston Vale, London, SW15 3RN. Image: Eglė Rakauskaitė, In Fat, 1998 This research seminar is part of the series Baltic Connections: Cultures and Societies in a […]

Professor Terunobu Fujimori Visits Dorich House Museum


PROFESSOR TERUNOBU FUJIMORI VISITS DORICH HOUSE MUSEUM As part of a year-long project, students from the School of Architecture and Landscape have been working with tutors Takeshi Hayatsu and Simon Jones to develop a temporary pavilion for the Dorich House Museum garden. Following a field trip to Japan at the beginning of this academic year, […]

Easter Weekend at Dorich House Museum, 24-26 March

Gingerbread Mould, Dorich House

EASTER WEEKEND AT DORICH HOUSE MUSEUM Dorich House Museum is open this Easter weekend, 24-26 March 2016. We have Guided Tours at 11.30am on Good Friday and Saturday and will be open from 11am-5pm Thursday-Saturday. We also have a special Russian themed children’s activity trail on Saturday afternoon, 2pm-4pm, £3 per child with the accompanying […]

Dorich House Museum at the Iconic Houses Network Conference


DORICH HOUSE MUSEUM AT THE ICONIC HOUSES NETWORK CONFERENCE As members of the Iconic Houses Network, Dorich House Museum and Kingston University’s Modern Interiors Research Centre participated in the 4th Iconic Houses Network Conference. Hosted by the Getty Conservation Institute at the Getty Center in Los Angeles, the conference brought together curators, owners, heritage, and […]

Love Artists Valentine’s Weekend, 11-13 February

Hare and Gordine in the Modelling Studio at Dorich House Museum. Photo: ©Historic England

Dorich House Museum Love Artists Valentine’s Weekend Dorich was named by its makers, a combination of the first names of Dora Gordine and Hon. Richard Hare. The 1930s love story built into the beautiful Grade II listed building on Kingston Vale. The sculptor and the academic created the house to be a studio and gallery […]

Stanley Picker Gallery Fellow Oreet Ashery Films at Dorich House


STANLEY PICKER FELLOW OREET ASHERY FILMS AT DORICH HOUSE Oreet Ashery is a UK based interdisciplinary visual artist born in Israel, whose personally and politically charged exhibitions, performances, videos and writings are highly regarded internationally. Often presenting her work in the guise of fictional characters, Ashery works on public, community, educational and participatory projects that […]

Gordine on display at the new National Gallery Singapore

Gordine work on display

GORDINE ON DISPLAY AT THE NEW NATIONAL GALLERY SINGAPORE Three works by Dora Gordine, who spent time living and working in Singapore in the early 1930s, are now on display as part of the National Gallery Singapore’s inaugural exhibition Siapa Nama Kamu? [What is your name?] Art in Singapore since the 19th century. The exhibition […]