Saturday 27th June saw Halcyon Gallery host the seventh Royal Polo Day, this year held at Manor Farm, Cowdray Park, home of El Remanso.
Since its debut in 2007, The Halcyon Gallery Royal Polo Day has rapidly established itself as the most glamorous and sought after event of the social season. This year’s match was a high octane, dynamic game played by world class players and led by His Royal Highness The Duke of Cambridge who played for his chosen charities, The Royal Marsden and Fields in Trust.
The exclusive by invitation only event saw three hundred and fifty VIP guests enjoy a carefully curated selection of modern masterpieces and contemporary art from Halcyon Gallery’s represented artists, many of whom attended on the day. The theme of the rare and extraordinary continued with guests enjoying the luxurious VistaJet private jet experience, Bulgari’s magnificent jewellery, Maserati cars, and a Michelin-starred lunch by Harry’s Bar and Urban Caprice. Children were entertained by the wonderful Sharkey & George whilst the Halcyon Gallery team won the coveted Chihuly Trophy.
Philanthropy is a pivotal part of Halcyon Gallery’s ethos. We recognise the power that art has to inspire and to move people, and we are committed to channelling that inspiration to contribute positively to the community.
Our goal is that, through our enduring relationships with a wide range of charitable organisations, art can work as a catalyst to produce a tangible positive effect on youth, education, and the environment.
Find out more about the charities here: