As part of this year’s celebrations of the 25th anniversary of law firm Mourant Ozannes’ office on Grand Cayman, clients of its UK office were recently treated to an exhibition of works from five prominent artists from the Cayman Islands.
The summer client reception, which took place at the OXO Tower in London on 17 May, featured the works of Cayman Islands artists Chris Mann, David Bridgeman, Dready, Gordon Solomon and Nickola McCoy-Snell.
More than 200 guests from businesses and advisory firms across London and the world attended the event. The exhibition was curated by Saunders Fine Art, a London gallery with an interest in art from the Cayman Islands and the wider Caribbean region.
Mourant Ozannes’ London Managing Partner, Robert Duggan, who hosted the event, said: “It is fantastic to be able to stage this exclusive collection of Cayman art to mark our anniversary in this way. Having the opportunity to bring a taste of the vibrant culture of the Cayman Islands to London is
Artist Dready, who attended the event, said it was a great way to showcase Caymanian art in London. “The Mourant Ozannes evening offered a unique opportunity to combine a client appreciation night with an event focused on Caymanian artists.”
Mourant Ozannes’ Cayman Islands Managing Partner, Peter Hayden, added: “We are proud to be involved in promoting art from the Cayman Islands and are pleased our global footprint was able to give Cayman artists a unique, international platform to showcase the talent we have in the islands.”