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We're inspired by craftsmanship and its place in today's culture. While we get ready to welcome you to The Pilgrm, we'd like to share a few stories of compelling makers and places in our Journal. Stay in touch and we promise we will too.
A place for those who like to ponder and explore; our treasures at The Pilgrm take the form of unique works of art running throughout each and every room. Personally collected, borrowed, and some found along our journey, delve into the stories behind the creations and their crafters.
We are honoured to invite guests to The Pilgrm to enjoy some of the never-been-seen pieces by Keith Cunningham. A total of 58 of his secretive works currently hang throughout our café and lounge.Read on >
This winter, The Pilgrm has the privilege of displaying the works of the late Peter Denmark. The self-taught artist, exhibited in London at various venues and galleries from the late 1970s, including the iconic Colony Room Club and The Groucho Club in Soho.Read on >
We are so thrilled that our good friend Fabian Monheim is one of the 5 artists featured at The Pilgrm this summer! Over the years, he has created some incredible artwork for us and when we first opened, it was Fabian whose art was displayed on our walls.Read on >
Christopher Fernandez is a London-based photographer who specialises in portrait photography with an atmospheric style, often described as cinematic documentary.Read on >
Adam Riches' number one fan is our General Manager Sylwia, so we are super excited to be displaying his work amongst 4 other incredible artists at The Pilgrm this summer in our lounge.Read on >
Joseph Loughborough spent his formative years exploring the derelict boatyards and creeks of Portsmouth, on the south coast of the UK. Each work of art formed depicts movement, sexuality and emotion; attempting to grasp an understanding of the human condition. Joseph’s art can be seen at The Pilgrm now and throughout the summer!Read on >
This summer, we have not only 1, but 5 artists showcased throughout the building. So, whether you are coming for a night or two away, popping by for a spot of brunch or catching up with friends over a coffee, you can sit back and admire the incredible gallery surrounding you.Read on >
We were lucky enough to visit the Royal Academy before it closed its doors. Read our review and see the virtual tours of the Summer 2020 and Emin & Munch exhibitions before they end.Read on >
The Pilgrm sees the arrival of new artwork from French painter Karen Thomas this month. We caught up with the artist to find out about her journey and inspiration.Read on >
Ahead of his upcoming showcase here at The Pilgrm this September, we chat to artist Marcus Aitken about the processes and inspiration behind his craft.Read on >
Often said to be in the eye of the beholder, the beauty of art transcends both place and time. An artist’s work is more often than not, a reflection of their journey and an insight into their understanding of life, their stories and inspirations stirring them into one act of creation or another. We take a look at three polarising artists, and how their individual styles have led to them all meeting at The Pilgrm this autumn.Read on >
The long-awaited sunshine is here and summer in the city is calling! Book your London stay using code SUNSHINE and get 10% off our rooms with bottomless iced-coffee, or chilled lemonade throughout your stay. Valid on stays between 1 June 2022 - 31 August 2022.Click here to find out more