Monday 3rd July 2017 - Stephen Calloway - The Rise and Rise of Interior Decoration: England, France and America in the Twentieth Century and beyond.

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Monday 3rd July 2017 - Stephen Calloway - The Rise and Rise of Interior Decoration: England, France and America in the Twentieth Century and beyond.

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The Rise and Rise of Interior Decoration: England, France and America in the Twentieth Century and beyond.

Monday 3rd July 2017 - Stephen Calloway

Morning Session 1 - From ‘Upholders’ to Interior Decorators: tradition, modernity and the rise of a new profession.

Morning session 2 - A Golden Age, 1930s-1950s: John Fowler and his friends and rivals.

[Lunch]

Afternoon Session 1 - Modern Times: the ever-faster swing of the pendulum of taste. The Sixties, ‘The Country House Look’, Minimalism and some other trends.

Afternoon Session 2 - Tour of the house

 

Stephen Calloway is an art historian, curator and writer. From 1974-2013 he was a curator at the Victoria & Albert Museum, specialising in the fine and decorative arts of the nineteenth and early twentieth-century, with particular interest in the history of taste, collecting and interior decoration. 

He has curated many exhibitions at the V&A and elsewhere, including Aubrey Beardsley, the  centenary show in 1998, Rex Whistler: The Triumph of Fancy (Brighton Museum and Art Gallery, 2006) and The Cult of Beauty, the V&A’s major exhibition on the Aesthetic Movement (2011). 

In addition to exhibition projects, he divides his time between writing, lecturing and broadcasting, and is also been called upon as a consultant for period films and the arrangement of real interiors.  His books include Twentieth Century Decoration; The Elements of Style;  Baroque, Baroque: The Culture of Excess and Traditional Style: How to Recreate the Traditional Period Home.  In addition to scholarly articles, he also writes regularly for magazines including The World of Interiors and House and Garden.

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PROGRAMME

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10.00 a.m.

Arrival. Welcome to Syon House and coffee. 

10.30 a.m.

Lecture in Northumberland Room

11.30 a.m.

Break and questions

12.00 p.m.

Lecture

1.00 p.m.

Lunch in the Garden House Restaurant at Syon.

2.30 p.m.

Lecture in Northumberland Room followed by tour of Syon House

4.00 p.m.

Afternoon tea in the Green Drawing Room. 

5.00 p.m.

Depart

For any further information, please do get in touch with Zuleika Parkin at info@historicdecoration.com