Today’s papers may be full of stories about Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood running off with Russian teenager Ekaterina Ivanova but last night the Wood family gathered like nothing was going on for Tyrone Wood’s gallery launch.
Tyrone – who goes out with the gorgeous Victoria Secret model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley – has decided his forte in life is to be a gallery curator. He’s spent time over the last year learning the trade in New York and launched his first big project last night.
Sony BRAVIA™, in partnership with Scream, hosted the VIP private view for the UK’s first ever art exhibition showcased on LCD TV screens entitled ‘Scream in High Definition’, in celebration of the new generation E4000 series BRAVIA™.
The exhibition is now open to the public at the Scream gallery in Mayfair, owned by dad Ronnie. Scream in High Definition showcases Ronnie’s unique art and features a selection of inspirational digital content from a handful of Scream endorsed artists.
And the star’s came out in full force to support Tyrone and the Wood family. Stunning actress Margo Stilley (below) looked fabulous with her 1940s inspired hairdo, Pixie Geldof spent much of the evening outside puffing on fags and to photographer David Bailey went almost unnoticed by the young crowd that turned out.
Hilariously Tracey Emin surprised the organisers turning up uninvited, but was of course welcomed into the gallery with open arms (she’s pictured with the Wood family at the top).
Other guests included Harry Hill, punky model Alice Dellal, Leah Wood, Jo Wood, Jasmine Guinness, Starsailor James Walsh, Jackson Scott, Daisy De Villeneuve, Sadie’s on/off boy toy Kristian Marr, Josh Hubbard from The Paddingtons and Dev Hynes of Lightspeed Champion.
Scream in High Definition can be found at the Scream Galleries, 34 Bruton Street in London.