Hitomi is a member of the Perrier-Jouët Arts Salon




The concept of the Perrier-Jouët Arts Salon stems from the originsof the Salons in Paris from the mid- 1700s,

bringing together like-minded people under the roof of an inspiring host. Similarly, the Perrier-Jouët Arts Salon members

will meet twice a year with two main aims. Firstly, to bring together a diverse and dynamic body of people from the Arts

to share ideas and debate on developments in the Arts. Secondly, the Salon will support the selection of an annual prize

winner who will receive a substantial sum to support him/her in the development of their career.


Members :

Nancy Durrant, a writer for The Times
Rosy Greenlees, Executive Director of the Crafts Council
Peter Aspden, art writer for the Financial Times,
Tord Boontje, Artist
Louisa Buck, art writer and correspondant for the Art Newspaper
Claire Coles, Artist
Tony Chambers, Editor in Chief -Wallpaper
Nicole Farhi CBE, Sculptor
Harry Handelsman, Art Collector
Stephen Jones, Miliner
Kate MccGwire, Artist
Julia Royse, curator and art advisor
Hitomi Hosono, ceramicist
Ann Jones – Art Projects and Solutions
Michael Morris – Art Angel
Clare Lilley – Director Yorkshire Sculpture Park
Jo Hooper – Creative/Womenswear at John Lewis
Deirdre Figueiredo MBE, Director at Craft Space
Es Devlin, stage designer