Serpentine Sackler Gallery 21 Feb 2015 Free

The 2015 Future Contemporaries Party took place during London Fashion Week in the Zaha Hadid-designed Serpentine Sackler Gallery.

The 2015 Future Contemporaries Party with Coach took place for the first time in the Serpentine Sackler Gallery on 21 February.

The party featured internationally renowned DJs, including Nick Grimshaw and the Wholly Communion Verbal Disco with special guests Michael Horovitz, Sam Riviere, Rachel Allen, Harry Burke, Sophie Collins, Harland Miller and Kit Buchan. Guests also had the opportunity to interact with an immersive site-specific installation made exclusively for the event by artist Gary Baseman, who collaborated with Coach on their 2015 collection. The evening culminated in a live performance by Warpaint.

The Future Contemporaries is an engaged and motivated group of young collectors and philanthropists who have a passion for contemporary art, design and architecture. Members are leaders from across the worlds of art, business, fashion, film, music and media, aged 39 and under, and are an integral and influential part of the Serpentine family, who provide critical support to the Galleries’ renowned and cutting-edge exhibition programming.

The annual Future Contemporaries party raises funds for the Serpentine’s acclaimed Art, Architecture, Design, Education and Public Programmes, including young emerging artists, the Park Night series and the Serpentine’s annual Marathon series, making it possible for the Galleries to maintain free admission for as many as 1.2 million visitors in any one year.

More information about The Future Contemporaries, such as joining information can be found here.

The Party was made possible by the following support:

Headline Partner: Coach
Promotional Partners: Grace of Belgravia, A Small World, Quintessentially

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