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Philip de László: An Anniversary Celebration at BADA Fair, 2019 Duke of York Square, Chelsea

On 08, Apr 2019 | In | By TM Lighting

Philip de László: An Anniversary Celebration at BADA Fair, 2019 Duke of York Square, Chelsea

BADA 2019 worked with The de Laszlo Archive Trust to present one of the highlights of BADA 2019, the loan exhibition Philip de László: An Anniversary Celebration. TM Lighting, art lighting specialists partnered with BADA 2019 to supply their high colour rendition LED Picture Lights to illuminate the paintings within this milestone exhibition.

De László was one of the most famous artists in the world in the late 19th and early 20th centuries and is today celebrated as one of the last proponents of Grand Manner portraiture. His remarkable client list included many members of the royal and aristocratic houses of Europe, two Popes, four U.S. Presidents, and leading figures in politics, religion, society and industry. By the end of his life de László had been awarded 22 orders and 17 medals of merit by his royal sitters.

TM Lighting installed the TM Goodwood Picture Lights to light the paintings within the Philip de László: An Anniversary Celebration exhibition. The TM Goodwood Picture Light was selected for its classical style, finished in gold to work with the exhibition designed in the style of a classical museum collection with original gilded frames against vibrant blue walls.

Designed to fit seamlessly into the aesthetic of classical historic buildings, and museum collections, the TM Goodwood Picture Light includes a true colour LED module (+95 CRI), uniform light projection and a deep hood design for added glare control. The TM Goodwood Picture Light comfortably lights canvases up to 4 metres in height, from 1 to 22 watts of power, extra long lamp life – 50,000hrs (approx 15 years).

Read more about BADA partnership and The De Laszlo Archive Trust

Foundling Museum, London Foundling Museum, London Foundling Museum, London Foundling Museum, London

On 08, Apr 2019 | In | By TM Lighting

Foundling Museum, London

TM Lighting provided their TM Lighting Classic Picture Lights to illuminate the permanent art collection at The Foundling Museum, London. The Foundling Museum explores the history of the Foundling Hospital, the UK’s first children’s charity and first public art gallery.

The Foundling Museum is responsible for the care and maintenance of two collections – the Foundling Hospital Collection and the Foundling Museum Collection, which includes the Gerald Coke Handel Collection. These encompass everyday objects used in the Foundling Hospital, alongside documents, records, musical scores and librettos, photographs and oral history recordings, as well as significant works of art, clocks, furniture and interiors, many of which were created especially for the Hospital and donated by their makers.

The works of art made and donated by artists such as Hogarth, Thomas Gainsborough, Joshua Reynolds and John Michael Rysbrack are mainly displayed within original eighteenth-century interiors from the Foundling Hospital.

TM Lighting Classic Picture Light

The deeper classical design of the TM Classic Picture Light is designed to fit seamlessly into the aesthetic of exisiting classical and historic buildings.

The depth of the hood offers added glare control, particularly useful on tall canvases in large open spaces.

TM Lighting ensure the full colour of an artwork is brought to life through the use of the highest quality LED lighting which deliver the full colour spectrum of light and even distribution.

This even distribution ensures that the canvas is viewed as the artist intended and not artificially enhanced in a particular region of a painting.

Product Description

Description TM Classic LED Picture Light

Category IP20 Interior Use Only

Material Machined Aluminium

Finish Gold (Standard) | Custom

Gear Type Remote – Dimmable 1-10v | Dali

Accessories Glare Louver

Rotation 60˚ Tiltlight Engine

Power As Detailed Below

Lumens 87 Lm/W 3000k | 80lm/W 2700k

Colour Rendering 95+ Cri Typical

Colour Temp. 2700k | 3000k (Standard) | 4000k

Beam Distribution Picture Wash

Lamp Life 50,000hrs

 

Read more about The Foundling Museum

 

Photography: Peter Mallet.

Historic Royal Palaces Hillsborough Castle, Belfast Historic Royal Palaces Hillsborough Castle, Belfast Historic Royal Palaces Hillsborough Castle, Belfast Historic Royal Palaces Hillsborough Castle, Belfast

On 25, Mar 2019 | In | By TM Lighting

Historic Royal Palaces Hillsborough Castle, Belfast

TM Lighting supplied new LED picture lights for Historic Royal Palaces property, Hillsborough Castle, Belfast. The unique high CRI LED picture lights have transformed the art collection and brought new life to the rooms. Hillsborough Castle is the official Northern Ireland residence of HM The Queen. The stunning Historic Royal Palaces property in Belfast has recently undergone significant restoration and renovation to open fully to the public year round from April 2019.

TM Lighting is installed LED Goodwood Picture Lights for the representation of the art collection including priceless oil paintings from the Royal Collection.

TM Lighting ensure the full colour of an artwork is brought to life through the use of the highest quality LED lighting which deliver the full colour spectrum of light and even distribution. This even distribution ensures that the canvas is viewed as the artist intended and not artificially enhanced in a particular region of a painting.

Product Description

Description TM Goodwood Led Picture Light

Category IP20 Interior Use Only

Material Machined Aluminium

Finish Gold (Standard) | Custom

Gear Type Remote – Dimmable 1-10v | Dali

Accessories Glare Louver

Rotation 60˚ Tiltlight Engine

Power As Detailed below

Lumens 87 Lm/W 3000k | 80lm/W 2700k

Colour Rendering 95+ Cri Typical

Colour Temp. 2700k | 3000k (Standard) | 4000k

Beam Distribution Picture Wash

Lamp Life 50,000hrs

 

Read more about the Hillsborough Castle Project

 

Photography: Rory Moore

 

New VIP Lounge at Collect, Saatchi New VIP Lounge at Collect, Saatchi New VIP Lounge at Collect, Saatchi

On 11, Mar 2019 | In | By TM Lighting

New VIP Lounge at Collect, Saatchi

In February 2019, TM Lighting joined designers of the Pimlico Road Design District, led by interior designer Douglas Mackie to create the new VIP Lounge at Collect 2019.

Recognised as one of Britain’s leading interior designers, Douglas Mackie collaborated with Collier Webb, Cox London, FBC London, Luke Irwin and Soane Britain,  Howe London and TM Lighting, to curate a richly textured and coloured room.

With texture and craft at its heart, visitors to the VIP Lounge enjoyed a more luxurious space that feels like a private club, in contrast to the rest of the fair. The space featured handcrafted works  specifically created by the participating designers.

TM Lighting collaborated with designers of Belgravia’s Pimlico Road to illuminate the pieces and designs within the space drawing focus and attention to the tones and fabrics within the Lounge, using their high colour rendition LED GalleryOneFifty spotlights.

 

Presented by the Crafts Council, the 15th edition of Collect takes place at the Saatchi Gallery in Chelsea, London from 28 February to 3 March 2019.  Collect features over 40 international galleries, each curating their own stands to sell work made in the last five years by the world’s leading living artists and designers. The fair also presents Collect Open, a platform for ambitious, conceptual craft-led installations by individual artists and collectives.

Find out more about Collect.

 

Images: Belinda Lawley

 

Caractère Restaurant by Emily Roux and Diego Ferrari, Design by Rosendale Caractère Restaurant by Emily Roux and Diego Ferrari, Design by Rosendale Caractère Restaurant by Emily Roux and Diego Ferrari, Design by Rosendale Caractère Restaurant by Emily Roux and Diego Ferrari, Design by Rosendale

On 13, Feb 2019 | In | By TM Lighting

Caractère Restaurant by Emily Roux and Diego Ferrari, Design by Rosendale

TM Lighting are pleased to have supported Rosendale Design to provide specialist LED art lighting products as part of Rosendale’s project to design  the new Caractère restaurant, brought by Emily Roux and Diego Ferrari, which opened in October 2018. Described as a casual, contemporary and independent restaurant situated in Notting Hill, London, the fine dining restaurant features sumptuous interior design by Rosendale Design, including TM Lighting’s RivoForty accent lights. In addition, TM Lighting provided the new Aydin Picture Light to light works of art displayed in the stairways, by contemporary artist, Jessica Slater.

About RIVOForty:

RIVOForty is the latest addition to the TM Lighting range of contemporary accent lights, offering the high-performance of TM’s LED technology, within a distinctive retro-classic style. Suitable for a range of interiors from listed heritage through to luxury hotel and retail environments with classical detailing, the RIVOForty is the ideal museum-grade lighting solution for aspirational home owners and luxury interiors. Housed in a discreet miniaturised design, this accent light sits comfortably alongside period furniture, whilst perfectly lighting a contemporary or classical art collection in full glory, with 96+ CRI.

Product features and performance:

– A miniaturised classical styled spotlight with state-of-the-art high-CRI LED performance
– Available in range of classic patinated metallic finishes including; antique bronze, antique brass
– Traditional hand crafted detailing reproduced using lightweight, high-specification machined aluminium.
– Full range of interchangeable accessories including; softening lens, linear spread lens, honeycomb and colour warming filters to achieve a range from 2300K – 3000K.
– Supplied as standard with removable ‘half cowl’ glare shield in a range of metallic finishes for localised light washes and visual comfort.

LED light quality and technical points:

  •      High Colour Rendition full spectrum 96Ra
  •      Colour Consistency – Consistent colour selection and temperature
  •      No UV, Infrared or forward heat projection
  •     300 Lumens at 4 Watts.

 

About Aydin Picture Light

The TM Lighting Aydin is a sophisticated picture light designed for luxury interiors. The TM Aydin Picture Light incorporates all of the high-performance LED technology of TM Lighting’s full range of Picture Lights, housed within decorative Art Deco design features. Ideal for luxury interior schemes for hotels, restaurants and lifestyle projects, the Aydin Picture Light is suitable for artworks ranging from 400-1000mm width, offering one-size-fits-all flexibility for rolling art collections.

The Aydin Picture Light is fabricated in solid brass which is complimented by fine grooved detailing, and a soft-brushed finish. The Aydin offers even light distribution for small to medium artworks up to H1000mm x W1000mm.

Product features and performance

  • Classic Art Deco design details
  • Solid brass, high quality machined fabrication
  • Hand crafted grooved/lined detailing
  • Stepped machined brass end finials
  • Rear wing nut lockable knuckle joint to adjust angle of lighting effect
  • Internal adjustable set-back glare shield for lighting comfort
  • Available in a range of brass based patina finishes including a natural brass ageing effect.
  • British designed and manufactured
  • Versatile broad light distribution for small to medium artworks up to 1m x 1m

LED light quality and technical points:

  • High CRI 95+ LED module
  • Colour Consistency – Consistent colour selection and temperature
  • No UV, Infrared or forward heat projection
  • 250 Lumens at 4 Watts.

More about Rosendale Design

More about Caractère

Photography by John Carey.
Ralph Anderson Exhibition at TM Lighting Gallery Ralph Anderson Exhibition at TM Lighting Gallery Ralph Anderson Exhibition at TM Lighting Gallery

On 03, Dec 2018 | In | By TM Lighting

Ralph Anderson Exhibition at TM Lighting Gallery

TM Lighting presented an exhibition by British contemporary artist Ralph Anderson from 18th October – 21st December 2018.

The exhibition showcased Anderson’s bold abstract paintings including a large-scale, three panel triptych The Dog of Flanders, based on the Rubens altarpiece Descent from the Cross, in addition to a new multi-panel work Epicurus’ Interplanetary Conservatory which brings a more recognisably representational aspect to Anderson’s exploration of colour and gestural mark making. Additionally, examples of Anderson’s drawings and works on paper will compliment the larger aluminium and plywood pieces.

 

The exhibition One Thousand Years includes work from Anderson’s Lucent Umbra series, meaning ‘glowing’ or ‘shining’ shadow, referring to the technique he employs to give each work the illusion of a backlit glow and coloured shadow. This enhancement of the pared back and cut out paintings, that hang as floating reliefs, bring the surrounding walls of the gallery into play with the artwork, acting as temporal backgrounds for each image and erasing the definitive, framed edge of the painting. The resulting works hover between illusion and physical reality, investigating gesture and form whilst also playing with the notions of representation and non-representation in art.

 

TM Lighting collaborated with Anderson to illuminate the paintings using the GALLERYONEFIFTY high colour rendition LED spotlights to further enhance the luminosity of the neon reflective paint, investigating light, colour and shadow to reveal the three-dimensional qualities of the works within the gallery.

 

Find out more about Ralph Anderson

Brasserie of Light, Caprice Holdings Brasserie of Light, Caprice Holdings Brasserie of Light, Caprice Holdings

On 03, Dec 2018 | In | By TM Lighting

Brasserie of Light, Caprice Holdings

Brasserie of Light – a new destination restaurant and bar from Caprice Holdings

November 2018

“It is about light, make-believe and dreams. Dreams in this restaurant will come true!”

Richard Caring, Caprice Holdings

Contemporary, artistic and elegant, Brasserie of Light is a new destination restaurant and bar offering all day dining in a chic, Art Deco space set within Selfridges department store, London.

The centrepiece of the restaurant is a 24ft crystal encrusted Pegasus statue created especially by Damien Hirst, his largest scale artwork in London. The sculpture is set in a spectacular interior design from Martin Brudnizki, which features bold, colourful and light filled interiors, with an impressive central bar and private dining room. Diners enter the double-height restaurant via an exclusive entrance on Duke Street.

TM Lighting worked hand in hand with Hirst, Pangolin and We Make It Happen to provide specialist LED art lighting to highlight Hirst’s new work within the destination restaurant.

TM Lighting selected their GALLERYONEFIFTY LED spotlights and designed a custom mounting stanchion to integrate seamlessly into David Chipperfield’s monumental Duke Street glass façade.  The G150’s illuminate the gigantic crystal and diamond dust encrusted Pegasus statue by Damien Hirst. The spotlights were custom finished to match seamlessly with the interiors and architecture of the space.

The GALLERYONEFIFTY (G150) is a high-performance track mounted art light specially developed for high ceiling spaces typical in galleries, museums and contemporary spaces. The G150 utilises high CRI 95+ full colour rendition LED’s to ensure true colour accuracy and bring art to life.

TM Lighting’s RIVOFORTY (R40) LED accent lights were also used to illuminate smaller crystal Pegasus editions that adorn the mirrored columns in the bar. TM’s RIVO Forty was selected for its combination of classical design features, antique finish and high colour rendition LEDs, echoing the chic style of the new art-deco brasserie.

 

Brasserie of Light officially opened on 26th November 2018.

 

Find out more and book here

 

Brasserie of Light

Duke Street Entrance

Selfridges

400 Oxford Street

W1A 1AB

 

Images courtesy Caprice Holdings, photography @wonderhatch

Masterpiece London Patrons & VIP Lounge by Chelsea Barracks Masterpiece London Patrons & VIP Lounge by Chelsea Barracks Masterpiece London Patrons & VIP Lounge by Chelsea Barracks Masterpiece London Patrons & VIP Lounge by Chelsea Barracks Masterpiece London Patrons & VIP Lounge by Chelsea Barracks

On 26, Oct 2018 | In | By TM Lighting

Masterpiece London Patrons & VIP Lounge by Chelsea Barracks

TM Lighting provided specialist art lighting for the newly designed Masterpiece Patron and VIP lounge, by Chelsea Barracks will feature original illustrations of Chelsea Barracks lit with TM Lightings superior LED Slim Light Pro Picture Lights, and furniture and features within the room illuminated by G150 LED spotlights.

Images courtesy 4D Projects