The crowds heaved, the jazz band played and champagne flowed while the walls boasted the Eversheds art collection, curated personally by the London senior partner, Cornelius Medvei. There are plenty of established names up there but part of the collection’s mission is to give an airing to the brightest younger artists emerging from London art schools. What entranced me, however, were the ethereal photographs of the new Eversheds building itself taken by Timothy Soar, the renowned architectural photographer, whose work is described by Lord Foster as “speaking more eloquently than any words can summon”.


Edward Fennell writing in ‘The Times’
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