Luncheon is serving a cultural feast for issue 6; art by, stories on and conversations over lunch with Donald Urquhart, Maureen Paley, Erté, Patrick Kinmonth, Rottingdean Bazaar, Charlie Porter, Kerry James Marshall, Hilton Als, Grace Wales Bonner, Arthur Mitchell, Snowdon, Simone Rocha, Paolo Roversi, Julien d'Ys, Robbie Spencer, Margot Henderson, Sarah Mower, Molly Goddard, David Gentleman, Atelier E.B, Daniel Silver, Patience Gray, Robin Muir, Jack Davison, Mattias Karlsson, Johnny Dufort, Marie Chaix, Amit Israeli, Beat Bolliger, Julia Hetta, Lucy Kumara Moore and Jackson Boxer.
ISSUE N. 6 — AUTUMN WINTER 2018
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Worldly and welcoming, Luncheon is a style and culture magazine that invites old and new friends of all generations and cultural experiences to share their views, life and work over lunch. From simple jam sandwiches in the park to home-cooked feasts, to hours spent in chic restaurants, the conversation and visual content is inspired by this midday treat created by a top-table of writers, photographers and artists.
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- United Kingdom
- United States
Paintings on the menu
Donald Urquhart, born 1963 in Dumfries, Scotland, is a writer, performer and artist well known for his bold drawings. For Luncheon issue number 6 Urquhart drew portraits of iconic theatre and movie stars, capturing them on stage and on screen, opening with Elizabeth Taylor Overture. ‘There is a theatrical aspect to dining, from the overture of hors d’oeuvres to the curtain calls of digestifs’, explains Urquhart of his choice of subjects for Luncheon. Continuing this theme of performance, featured in the magazine is Miss Mazeppa from the musical Gypsy; the ‘most ribald leading lady’, Coral Browne, with her dash of red lipstick; and a singing Judy Garland performing ‘Get Happy’ in the 1950 film Summer Stock. This is a dramatic feast indeed!
From Nicholas Cullinan’s piece on Donald Urquhart in Luncheon issue number 6.
Urquhart is represented by Maureen Paley and Herald St in London.
Kerry James Marshall: History of Painting at David Zwirner, London, 3rd October–10th November 2018