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The art works found in Caprice Holdings’ restaurants are always eye-catching and are often talking points – but the stories behind them are less well-known. That’s why the restaurant group is
giving guided tours of its Mayfair venues, packed with anecdotes about the art collections.
Led by art historian James Cahill, from leading London gallery Sadie Coles HQ, the tour will take in highlights such as Gary Hume’s Bouquet and Yoko XIII by Don Brown (both displayed in Scott’s),
as well as the black-and-white portraits that fill the walls at Le Caprice, and artworks in newcomer 34 (pictured).
The tours begin on Saturday 6 October at 9.30am. Tickets cost £10, including complimentary tea or coffee at The Mount Street Deli beforehand. To book a place, call 020 7307 5901.
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