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May
2017

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The Focusing Room, Art-Circle presents Zero, Kinetic Art and Op Art movements

On 25, May 2017 | In News | By ADMIN

TM Lighting provided specialist art lighting for Art Circle, an innovative art platform which organises museum-quality pop-up exhibitions worldwide with the aim of promoting Modern and Contemporary Art. Curated by Bettina Ruhrberg The Focusing Room includes works by artists, Adolf Luther, Alberto Biasi, Heinz Mack, Christian Megert, Nicolas Schöffer, Peter Sedgley, Nanda Vigo. Read more

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May
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‘Make America Great Again’ Awol Erizku at Ben Brown Fine Arts, 21 April – 2 June

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TM Lighting provided specialist art lighting for an exhibition at Ben Brown Fine Arts, Mayfair.
Providing high colour rendition ZeroSeries LED accent lights brings out the vibrancy and bold colours within the works, creating impact and bold contrast in the dark space. Read more

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May
2017

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TM showcase Slim Light Pro and Bronx Table Light with Casa Botelho at Clerkenwell Design Week 2017

On 25, May 2017 | In News | By ADMIN

TM Lighting have collaborated with luxury design emporium, Casa Botelho at Clerkenwell Design Week showcasing the new Bronx Table Light, an innovative and glamorous cocktail table, and lighting an artwork by Thomas Zanon Larcher, with our sleek, high CRI Slim Light Pro.

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May
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Art lighting for JGM Art’s new gallery opening in London’s Battersea

On 25, May 2017 | In News | By ADMIN

TM Lighting are delighted to have provided specialist art lighting for JGM Art’s stunning new contemporary gallery space in Battersea. TM Lighting utilised the ZEROFIFTY range of accent LEDs to provide excellent lighting for the galleries changing exhibitions of contemporary aboriginal art. To find out more about JGM Art, run by Jennifer Guerrini-Maraldi, and their exhibitions visit their website.

24

Feb
2017

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TM Lighting co-founders interviewed on Monocle24 radio

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Monocle Radio’s The Entrepreneurs
Eureka 36: Shedding light on art
24th February, 2017

Podcast: Shedding Light on Art

Harry Triggs and Andrew Molyneux met at university, studying industrial design. Triggs went on to be a lighting consultant and Andrew a product designer but in 2012 they combined forces to launch TM Lighting, helping clients to create the perfect lighting conditions for works of art.

M&L Gallery – London

TM Lighting supplied their high colour rendition ZeroSixty LED accent lights to M&L galley to light the beautiful rolling art exhibitions at their Bond St gallery.

To find out more about our ZeroSixty accent light, please visit the link below.
ZeroSixty

To find our more about exhibitions at M&L Gallery please visit their website
M&L Fine Art

TM Video: Experts discuss modern curating techniques – Lighting, Conservation and Interior Design, at Weston Park

On 21, Apr 2017 | In News, Home Page News Post | By ADMIN

Weston Park 30 years on: Rediscovering a collection, TM Lighting in association with Country Life

TM Lighting, British designer and maker of a new generation of LED products was commissioned by The Weston Park Foundation to transform the house’s world-class art collection with its pioneering lighting technology. TM Lighting worked with a collaborative team of specialists to carry out the brief from Gareth Williams, Curator & Head of Learning to the Weston Park Foundation to conserve the house and display its contents, in order to significantly enhance the experience for visitors to Weston. Alongside TM Lighting, experts included conservators the Hamilton Kerr Institute and renowned interior design and decoration firm Sibyl Colefax & John Fowler. The project is a remarkable example of how a team of experts in their respective fields can reimagine a historic space, whilst seamlessly integrating cutting-edge technology to benefit visitors to the stately home.

Interviews:
Harry Triggs and Andrew Molyneux, Co-Founders, TM Lighting
John Goodall, Architectural Editor, Country Life Magazine
Gareth Williams, Curator and Head of Learning to The Weston Park Foundation
Janie Money, Associate Director, Sybil Colefax & John Fowler
Norman Hudson OBE, Country Houses Association
William Montgomery, President of The Weston Park Foundation

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17

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2017

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TM Lighting Event: Weston Park Foundation 30 years on: Rediscovering a Collection

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Weston Park Foundation 30 years on: Rediscovering a Collection
Modern curating techniques – Conservation, Lighting and Interior Design

On 21st February 2017, TM Lighting, in association with Country Life Magazine and the Weston Park Foundation, hosted an enlightening day at Weston Park, exploring the revitalisation, restoration and presentation of their art collection.

Chaired by John Goodall, Architectural Editor of Country Life Magazine, the day included a lively presentation led by an expert panel including Gareth Williams, Curator and Head of Learning to the Weston Park Foundation, alongside Andrew Molyneux and Harry Triggs Co-Founders and Directors of TM Lighting, and Janie Money, Associate Director of Sibyl Colefax & John Fowler.

The panel discussed the modern curating techniques utilised to enhance the visitor experience in historic homes, including conservation, lighting, and interior design.

TM Lighting, British designer and maker of a new generation of LED products was commissioned by The Weston Park Foundation to transform the house’s world-class art collection with its pioneering lighting technology. TM Lighting worked with a collaborative team of specialists to carry out the brief from Gareth Williams, Curator & Head of Learning to the Weston Park Foundation to conserve the house and display its contents, in order to significantly enhance the experience for visitors to Weston. Alongside TM Lighting, experts included conservators the Hamilton Kerr Institute and renowned interior design and decoration firm Sibyl Colefax & John Fowler. The project is a remarkable example of how a team of experts in their respective fields can reimagine a historic space, whilst seamlessly integrating cutting-edge technology to benefit visitors to the stately home

The day included a curator-led tour of the exquisite collection at Weston Park. Weston’s collection is in the care of the Trustees of The Weston Park Foundation. The collection boasts works by Holbein the Younger, Thomas Gainsborough, Sir Joshua Reynolds and George Stubbs.

For more information about specialist art lighting visit www.tmlighting.com

Event video by Naive Design www.naivestudio.co.uk

Event photography by Bol Design www.boldesign.co.uk