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One of London’s premier hotels, The Pullman London St. Pancras, unveil a new collection of permanent art.

The collection of work on display at the hotel is by British and international photographers, Liz Hingley, Richard Bellia and George Osodi.

Richard Bellia, Pullman London St Pancras, London

Liz Hingley, London based photographer, is well known for her real life reporting style photography and she received major recognition for her documentation series, “Under Gids: Stories from Soho Road” that showed the lives of those which the Birmingham Soho Road. Richard Bellias work is said to be inspired by music and often shows music

Liz Hingley, Pullman London St Pancras, London

al inspiration from all over the world of music with photos of artists spanning from rock n’ roll to reggae. Bellia has even captured 90’s legends Nirvana in Bristol in 1991. The final artist is Nigerian photographer George Osodi. Osodi started out as a photojournalist and from there he’s been noticed in group and solo shows around the world. His work focuses on African life and strife.

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Pullman, being an international brand, focuses on diverse and multidimensional work. In its 81 establishments around the world, Pullman is working with new and established artists to reinforce its commitment to contemporary art. The London, Brussels and Paris Bercy Pullman hotels have started a global art collection, owned and exhibited by Pullman worldwide. The Pullman collection will feature the work of living artists, both emerging and experienced, who provide a new take on the global and local cultural identity and how it is rooted in the contemporary world.

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The permanent collection is available for viewing now. For Pullman London St. Pancras booking and information, visit: http://bit.ly/16xDXae.

 

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