Nathalie Hambro is an artist/curator and author.
Nathalie Hambro is a former contributing editor to British Vogue and Elle Decoration; and worked regularly with the Sunday Times Magazine. Over five consecutive years she participated to Sothebys‘s Contemporary Decorative Arts, a selling exhibition, showcasing her jewellery. Her designs, (handbags and clothes), are housed in the permanent collections of the V&A museum, London, and FIT Museum, New York. Hambro’s self-published My London, was launched at Frieze Art Fair 2006, a book about the city and people. Recently she had an exhibition of her work: TOOLS, (sculptures and photography), as well as launching her own artist’s book Sin-Unseen at the Venice Biennale 2013. Her first cookery book Particular Delights won the prestigious Glenfiddich Award, and had several reprints, the last one in 2013 as a hardback. The book was listed on A Book for Cooks: 101 Classic Cookbooks as one of the best cookery books ever written.She worked as an independent curator and art advisor for auction house Phillips, as well as for private clients. All the while, Hambro has been producing her online cultish Art Diary, and written for the FT’s HTSI: Diary of a Somebody*. In 2014 Hambro was commissioned to create monumental sculptures for the Chelsea Flower Show, and later that year launched her second artist book, Up & Down in the Art World, available from Louis Vuitton art bookshop in London.
* Hambro’s DIARY OF A SOMEBODY in the FINANCIAL TIMES HTSI, (July/August, 2013, 2014), has topped all viewings as “most popular”