|5 - 21 November
Tuesday - Sunday 12pm - 6pm
The Crypt St. Pancras Church
Euston NW1 2BA (Entrance on Duke's Road)
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For further information about Noyah - Luce
For further information regarding any aspect of the Noyah-Luce exhibition and its participating artists (including invitations to our Private View, requests for a Press Release or Sponsorship details, or any other general request) you can direct your enquiry to our PR Co-ordinator Nathaniel Dafydd Beard at nadabea_communications.
Contact Name: Nathaniel Dafydd Beard at nadabea_communications
Telephone: 00 44 (0) 7732 626471
IMPORTANT: Please DO NOT contact The Crypt St. Pancras OR the participating artists directly (except for enquiries relating to the purchase of works in the Noyah-Luce Exhibition, in which case you can contact the artist directly). We kindly thank you for your co-operation in this matter.
About PR Co-ordinator Nathaniel Dafydd Beard
Currently, Nathaniel Dafydd Beard can be found working in Public Relations for the Estée Lauder Group. He is both privileged and proud to have been granted the opportunity to collaborate with the three fantastic and inspiring artists who comprise the Noyah-Luce group in putting on their exhibition.
Celtic-Latin in heritage, Nathaniel’s first creative outlet was as a musician, playing classical violin. Since then he has developed his interest and experience of both the commercial and creative aspects of the arts arena. A graduate of the London College of Fashion in the UK and the Hogeschool voor de Kunsten Arnhem in the Netherlands, Nathaniel specialises in the areas of international brand management, marketing strategy and events handling for the fashion, beauty, entertainment and luxury lifestyle sectors. He has completed projects and research for Society Shop, Pepe Jeans London, FHV/BBDO, Keja Donja, Cosmopolitan Magazine, Yves Saint Laurent, and Bill Amberg, amongst others. As inspiration for his work, Nathaniel’s many influences include the artists Gabriel Orozco, Antoni Tápies, Eva Hesse, Gordon Matta-Clark and Frank Auerbach, the haute couturiers Elsa Schiaparelli, Madeleine Vionnet and Viktor & Rolf, together with the photographers Guy Bourdin and Sarah Moon and the writers Peter Høeg and Amin Maalouf.