Thursday April 26, 2018, from 6.30PM

Our customers are always asking us about the art on our walls.
Our collection has been curated by restaurateur Rebecca Mascarenhas who has a real talent for spotting up-and-coming new artists.
Usually the art isn’t for sale, but, for one night only, on April 26, Home will turn into a showcase for the work of some Britain’s most promising new artists, and everything will be for sale.
It’s an ideal opportunity to combine a great meal with the chance to buy some exciting and affordable art. Here’s a round-up of the artists whose work we will be showing.


Winner of numerous prizes and scholarships, Ceal is a printmaker who originally trained at Winchester College of Art and then went on to the RCA. Her work explores the dark side of British culture focusing particularly on ideas of youth and innocence.


Irina is a young Russian artist whose work has been exhibited in several prestigious group shows at venues including Tate Modern, The Tap Gallery in Sydney and The Tabernacle in London.


London-based Georgia, is a graduate of both Kingston University and the Royal College of Art. Her work explores animals as avatars in both senses of the word; their use as icons in the modern digital world and their representation as deities in bodily form in ancient culture.


RCA graduate Edd Pearman lives and works in London . He has had two solo exhibitions in London; ‘Social Studies’ at Catto Contemporary  and ‘Nude & Bird Studies’, and has been included in a number of group exhibitions in the UK, New York, Berlin and Japan.


Wuon-Gean Ho has been teaching printmaking since 2007 in London, Italy, USA and China, and is currently working as a print fellow in the Royal Academy Schools, London.

Welcome BackWe've missed you, well some of you...

When you visit you will notice that there will be no hugs or any awkward high fives when you arrive. We do still love you. However, right now, your safety is our number one priority, so we have had to make a few tweaks. As well as the obvious changes like our tables being 1M+ apart and there being plenty of hand sanitiser around, we have also made slight adjustments in the delivery of our product.

We want Home to be just how you knew it – the same faces, with the same great vibe and the same great food & drink. The only difference is that now, we won’t be pulling up a chair to have a chat with you.

 We have asked our team not to continuously top up your wine, not to refold your napkin when you go to the bathroom, and not to be the third wheel at your table by telling you their life story (You’ve probably already heard Odaine’s a million times already anyway).

However, rest assured we will still be just as attentive, albeit from a safe distance. We have also adjusted our menus to be as safe & sustainable as possible so you will find some of our favourite drinks on paper menus and you can simply scan the QR code to see the full list.

Welcome Home Putney.