Monday, January 25, 2021

Raw Hide

Private view of ‘Raw Hide’ by Amrita Bilimoria at Coya London

 

On 19th April, Coya hosted a private view of the works of Amrita Bilimoria in Piccadilly, Mayfair.

 

Raw Hide – Amrita Bilimoria exhibition at Coya, 118 Piccadilly, London, 19th April to 1st September 2016 – Roberta Moore Contemporary
Artist Amrita Bilimoria

 

Organised by the late Bobby Moore OBE and Tina Moore’s daughter, Roberta, and her company Roberta Moore Contemporary the exhibition – titled Raw Hide – included eleven works of equine influenced fine art photography.

 

Guests who got to enjoy Coya’s superb Peruvian cocktails numbered Jackie Branston, Ferrante Ferrero, Simon Ogilvie-Harris, Ambassador Alejandra Pecoraro, Charlotte Santin, Huw Shakeshaft, Matthew Steeples and Lady Gabriella Windsor.

 

Raw Hide – Amrita Bilimoria exhibition at Coya, 118 Piccadilly, London, 19th April to 1st September 2016 – Roberta Moore Contemporary
Jackie Branston, Lady Gabriella Windsor and Marianne Magnin

Raw Hide – Amrita Bilimoria exhibition at Coya, 118 Piccadilly, London, 19th April to 1st September 2016 – Roberta Moore Contemporary
Charlotte Santin and Huw Shakeshaft

Raw Hide – Amrita Bilimoria exhibition at Coya, 118 Piccadilly, London, 19th April to 1st September 2016 – Roberta Moore Contemporary
Simon Ogilvie-Harris and Jackie Branston

Raw Hide – Amrita Bilimoria exhibition at Coya, 118 Piccadilly, London, 19th April to 1st September 2016 – Roberta Moore Contemporary
Mr and Mrs Ferrante Ferrero

Raw Hide – Amrita Bilimoria exhibition at Coya, 118 Piccadilly, London, 19th April to 1st September 2016 – Roberta Moore Contemporary
Jackie Branston, Roberta Moore and Marianne Magnin

 

The works will remain on display until 1st September.

 

Coya, 118 Piccadilly, London, W1J 7NW

 

 

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    1. Are the pictures for sale or has Coya bought the job lot? It isn’t very clear and you normally include pricing. I am interested in equine art (most especially of polo). I might go and have a look when I am next in London. Please advise.

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