The exhibition will feature work from the artist’s ‘Love Doesn’t Stop’ collection…

Popular British artist Sophie Tea has hung her enigmatic artworks in galleries across the globe. Now, she’ll be bringing her Love Doesn’t Stop collection to the ultra cool Hyde Hotel in Business Bay. For two weeks, Sophie Tea will take over the penthouse suite of Hyde, turning it into a ‘Hydden Gem’.

From Thursday December 8, visitors will be treated to a up close and personal look at the vibrant pieces, which were inspired by the love and positivity exuded through relationships despite the pandemic. The pieces were created during Sophie’s lockdown in Sydney as well as some recent additions that were painted live in ME Dubai Hotel.


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In addition to displaying the works in the Hyde penthouse, guests can also enjoy a specially themed high tea in Cleo, set against the backdrop of Burj Khalifa and Dubai Canal. More details on this are set to be revealed soon on Hyde Dubai’s social media channels.

“We are so excited for Hyde Dubai’s penthouse to be the next canvas for Sophie Tea’s art. We’ve always believed that there should be space for art everywhere, so that more people can appreciate and be inspired by it. Sophie Tea has been a pivotal part of this movement and we are happy to collaborate with her and give her this platform to reach both locals and tourists with her collection,” shared Luke James, General Manager of Hyde Hotel Dubai.

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Sophie Tea is known for her energetic personality and vibrant artworks, which celebrate the female form and women empowerment. She has grown a cult following on Instagram and TikTok, taking fans into her studio to share her daily life as she creates her next collection.

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