Tony Hornecker

Artist

Tony Hornecker is an internationally renowned artist and set designer. His installations have been staged in institutions such as The Royal College of Art, The Royal Opera House and The Architecture Foundation in London. His work incorporates a vast variety of mediums, from the written word to sculpture, architecture and performance. His love of found materials and how to take them and the viewer on magical journeys into his imagination has gained his work a loyal following. Hornecker began working as set designer within the fashion industry and quickly carved a niche for himself. His hand built and quirky approach featured amongst the pages of Another Magazine, Dazed and Confused, i-D, Wallpaper and British Vogue. Clients included Stella McCartney, Alexander McQueen, Puma and Kylie Minogue. Collaborating with young designers such as Richard Nicoll, Louise Gray and Nasir Mazhar his fresh and innovative style continued to unfold.

Hornecker currently resides in London and has recently completed an installation for Hermes, creating and devising a ‘story’ to be told across the windows of Great Britain.

In 2016 he will be invited to design and curate an immersive traveling restaurant for The Melbourne Food and Wine Festival.

Tony Hornecker is an internationally renowned artist and set designer. His installations have been staged in institutions such as The Royal College of Art, The Royal Opera House and The Architecture Foundation in London. His work incorporates a vast variety of mediums, from the written word to sculpture, architecture and performance. His love of found materials and how to take them and the viewer on magical journeys into his imagination has gained his work a loyal following. Hornecker began working as set designer within the fashion industry and quickly carved a niche for himself. His hand built and quirky approach featured amongst the pages of Another Magazine, Dazed and Confused, i-D, Wallpaper and British Vogue. Clients included Stella McCartney, Alexander McQueen, Puma and Kylie Minogue. Collaborating with young designers such as Richard Nicoll, Louise Gray and Nasir Mazhar his fresh and innovative style continued to unfold.

Hornecker currently resides in London and has recently completed an installation for Hermes, creating and devising a ‘story’ to be told across the windows of Great Britain.

In 2016 he will be invited to design and curate an immersive traveling restaurant for The Melbourne Food and Wine Festival.

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