Review of Hockney’s, “82 Portraits and 1 Still Life” in the Arbuturian
Aug 2016 08

Interested in catching an exhibition this summer? Harold Chapman has just attended the new David Hockney exhibition at the Royal Academy, “82 Portraits and 1 Still Life”, and has this to say about it. Apologies to Hockney fans…

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Harold Chapman attends the VII Chap Olympiad for the Arbuturian
Aug 2016 01

Forget the 2016 Olympics in Rio, the real events took place a couple of weeks ago in Bedford Square, Bloomsbury with Harold Chapman in attendance – “The Chap Olympiad 2016” with such legendary sporting events as “Umbrella Jousting”, “Freeform Breadbasket-Ball” and “Hen Pecked Husband”( in which he came a cropper). As ever he came pen in hand as roving reporter for “The Arb”.

Harold Chapman wraps on “Marley”s Ghosts” as Art Director
Jul 2016 29

Harold Chapman has just wrapped on a five week shoot of “Marley’s Ghosts”, the second series of a UKTV comedy show. Here he is with the cast on the last day. From left to right, John Hannah (“Four Wedding and a Funeral”, “The Mummy”), Jo Joyner (“Silent Witness”, “Doctor Who”, HAC, Sarah Alexander (“Smack the Pony”, “Green Wing”) and Nick Burns (“Nathan Barley”, “The Mighty Boosh”).

Harold Chapman at the London Tweed Run 2016 for the Arbuturian
Jun 2016 09

Harold Chapman with film maker buddy Ben Robards a couple of weeks ago at the Tweed Run where more than 1500 riders dressed in various items of tweed, booted and be-hatted, rode 14 miles through Central London on mounts including penny farthings and a legendary “Boneshaker” made in 1871. Armed with a go-pro and in his grandfather’s riding suit made in 1935, a promo of the experience is in the offing.

Harold Chapman at the 64th Trento International Film Festival, Italy
May 2016 31

Harold Chapman is just back from the Trento Film Festival at the foot of the Italian Dolomites, which, founded in 1952, is the oldest film festival in the world dedicated to mountains, adventure and exploration. He was there as a guest of media partners MountainBlog, promoting his short film “Florian’s Last Climb” which he hopes to screen at next year’s festival. MountainBlog Europe will also soon be publishing his diaries on the infamous GR20 trek in Corsica, which partly follows the last journey of Austrian climbing legend and hero of his film, Florian von Liechtenstein.

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