Steeped in centuries-old history, it’s no wonder that Kingston has many treasures to discover.
Did you know that during the construction of The John Lewis department store Kingston, a medieval bridge and undercroft were discovered?
My Brilliant Friend
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The perfect excuse to stay indoors this winter
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Hawkers Bar & Brasserie
Kingston's exciting new cocktail bar and brasserie is now open!
Hawkers Bar and...
DoubleTree by Hilton - Kingston upon Thames
Kingston's latest arrival is now open!
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Kingston Museum: Artist in Residence – Paul Mowatt
24 February - 24 June
Kingston Museum’s first Artist in Residence, Paul Mowatt, presents artworks inspired by the Museum’s unique collection of pioneering photographer Edweard Muybridge.
During his residency, Mowatt, who is an admirer of Edweard Muybridge, has been studying the work of this pioneering photographer and godfather of the motion picture. Muybridge’s photographic studies of animal and human locomotion in the 1860s were both scientifically and artistically ground breaking and have influenced artists, cinematographers, musicians and dancers since his death to the present day.
Mowatt’s series ‘Kinesis’ combines Muybridge’s scientific analysis with modern photographic techniques, adding an artistic dimension which provides focus on the subtle beauty and intricacies of the movement of the human body that would normally be imperceptible to the human eye.
Brought up in South West London, and a teenager when the punk explosion shook the...