To celebrate the launch of Britain's hottest new summer festival, the award-winning frontage of Chichester’s Pallant House Gallery is to feature in the pop-up High Street at Vintage at Goodwood.
A unique combination of a Grade 1 listed Queen Anne townhouse and architecturally-dazzling contemporary new wing, the Gallery's façade will be immortalized on the front of the De-Longhi Art Café. Created in conjunction with the Gallery's Headline sponsors 2010, De'Longhi, the walls of the Art Café will be graced with key pieces from the Gallery's unrivalled collection including works by the likes of Patrick Caulfield, Peter Blake and Richard Hamilton.
The De'Longhi Art Café will feature as part of the extensive Art at Vintage section of the Festival. Situated across 240 acres on the Goodwood Estate, Art at Vintage will encompass various artistic activities including: an on-site 60s Art School experience Mick Jones's Rock n Roll Library aboard the show-stopping Peter Blake CCA Bus; the Bad Art Salon judged by Stella Vine and others and much more.
Vintage at Goodwood celebrates five decades of British cool from the 1940s to the 80s. Created by style gurus Wayne and Gerardine Hemingway and Lord March, it brings together and celebrates music, fashion, film, art, dance and design in the spirit of the fondly remembered and design led 1951 Festival of Britain
Vintage at Goodwood runs from 13-15 August 201o.