Arts and Giving
The London General Practice is delighted to provide a contemporary feel to its Practice building in Harley Street with a collection of modern art curated by the celebrated adviser Emily Tsingou.
Emily Tsingou has an established reputation as a leading contemporary fine art dealer and advisor. Over the last twenty-five years she has been an active participant in the art world, as a curator, writer, gallerist, and art advisor.
The London General Practice is privileged to have Emily providing advice on an ever changing exhibition of art within the practice.
The London General Practice has a strong association with the arts and particularly understands the needs of all artists in whatever field they work, whether performing, visual or fashion. The London General Practice provides private medical care for many individuals working in the artistic world and understands their particular needs, stresses and ambitions.
In the past our Harley Street Medical Practice has also supported contemporary shows at the Chisenhale and South London Gallery, not-for-profit galleries and continues to sponsor the ICA and other London exhibition spaces and museums.
The London General Practice is particularly proud to sponsor and provide all medical services to The Old Vic theatre, which does not receive funding from The Arts Council. The Practice has provided support to Silver Line, the charity set up by Dame Esther Rantzen to look after elderly people in need of care.
The London General Practice continues to review its charitable donations.
LGP are proud supports of non-profit galleries, including The Tate Gallery and The Chisenhale Gallery.
Dr Paul Ettlinger, Founder of LGP, also supports and sits on the council of the Serpentine Gallery.
We acknowledge the importance of art for the welfare of patients and so, LGP are engaging with ‘Hospital Rooms’, a charity which focuses on putting art into NHS psychiatric hospitals and homes.
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