1 – 7 October
Chagall painted covers for Harper’s Bazaar, Man Ray commissioned Giacometti to make sculptures for the magazine’s fashion shoots and Andy Warhol began his career drawing for our pages. Bazaar’s extraordinary legacy in the art world continues today; Tracey Emin, Gillian Wearing and Yoko Ono are just a few of the artists who have collaborated with us over the past year.
On 1 October, we will launch Bazaar Art Week, a series of expert talks, private views and exclusive parties celebrating the nation’s creative vision.
Tuesday 2 October – 8:30–10:00
Bazaar At Work – How to Invest in Art
As part of our popular Bazaar At Work series, the collector Valeria Napoleone will lead a discussion about how to invest in art, with other expert panellists including Martina Batovic, the UK director and contemporary specialist of Dorotheum auction house and Lisa Schiff, art adviser for the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation.
Held at 34 Mayfair and moderated by Bazaar’s associate editor Frances Hedges, the conversation will be invaluable for anyone considering introducing art to their asset portfolio.
Friday 5 October – 10:00–11:30
Where Are The Women Artists?
Join Kate Bryan, Soho House’s head of global collections, as she hosts a panel of established and emerging artists – Susan Hiller, Annie Kevans and Sarah Maple – for a lively discussion at 40 Greek Street. Bryan will also introduce guests to the art she has commissioned for the House. Breakfast will be provided.
Saturday 6 October – 10:00–11:30
A Celebration of Bazaar’s Female Photographers at The V&A
Ahead of the new V&A Photography Centre opening to the public on 12 October, the museum is hosting an event exclusively for Harper’s Bazaar. The bespoke presentation, held in the Prints & Drawings Study Room, will show work by female photographers who have contributed to Bazaar throughout the magazine’s history. This includes work by Lillian Bassman, Diane Arbus and Genevieve Naylor, as well as a selection of images, many of them previously unseen, that were recently donated to the V&A by the Linda McCartney Foundation.
With the V&A curators on hand to discuss the photographs, this event is a unique opportunity to see behind the lens of some of Bazaar’s most notable female contributors. Breakfast will be provided and champagne is courtesy of Ruinart.
Saturday 6 October – 18:30–20:00
Yana Peel Introduces Atelier E.B’s Passer-by at Serpentine Galleries
This autumn, the Serpentine Sackler Gallery presents ‘Passer-by’, a new exhibition by Atelier EB, the collaborative fashion label by the designer Beca Lipscombe and the artist Lucy McKenzie. Join Harper’s Bazaar and the Serpentine Galleries CEO Yana Peel as they discuss bringing art and fashion into the gallery in what is a first for the Serpentine.
This special evening view will include a curator’s tour of the exhibition and champagne courtesy of Ruinart. Canapes will be provided by Chucs Restaurant prior to the discussion, and a complimentary cocktail will be offered to those who wish to book dinner in the restaurant after the event.
Please note the schedule and speakers are subject to change.