Enjoy an exclusive out-of-hours viewing of two newly-opened exhibitions at Sir John Soane's Museum: Architects' Houses and Bouke de Vries: A Rake's Progress.
Architects' Houses celebrates five London houses, all of which, like the Soane Museum, have been designed by major figures from the history of British architecture who lived – and in some cases still live – in them.
An acclaimed artist working with ceramics, Bouke de Vries’ latest work of eight newly created porcelain vases responds to William Hogarth’s A Rake’s Progress. Presented in various states of (dis)repair, the vases parallel the moral and physical degeneration of Hogarth’s anti-hero Tom Rakewell.
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Image: The figure of the Rake, as featured in Bouke de Vries’ new exhibitiona at the Soane, alongside The Arrest, by William Hogarth. Photo: Sylvain Deleu
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