Painting by Myaz Brothers in the Hollingworth Collection.
Courtesy the artists and Hollingworth Collection.
Craig Hollingworth and artist Stephen Akpo
Works by Harland Miller in the Hollingworth Collection.
Courtesy the artist and Hollingworth Collection.
Interior of the Hollingworth Collection in a 19th c. converted church
Courtesy the Hollingworth Collection.
Since the late 1990’s, music and tech entrepreneur Craig Hollingworth has developed one of the largest collections of works by Banksy in the world. For the first time, Craig and Rita Hollingworth opened their home to a small group of The Cultivist members, who were able to experience rare works by Banksy, Damian Hirst, Harland Miller, Lowie Hollowell, Antony Gormley and many more. This bucolic escape hosts an exceptional and very private collection, displayed in the jaw dropping setting of a 19th century converted church.
This event was co-hosted by Anaïs Lellouche, Art Consultant and Ambassador for The Cultivist.
Read more about the Hollingworth collection in this interview we held with Craig Hollingworth where he unpacks his acquisition process, the themes he cultivates in his collection and his top artists to watch:
In Discussion with: Craig Hollingworth, Finding Inspiration in Street Art and Humour