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The Art Eats team ventured down to the Royal Academy last weekend, to check out the newly opened, Painting the Modern Garden : Monet to Matisse exhibition, as part of one of their RA Lates events. For those who are not familiar with the RA Lates concept, it’s simple. Similar to the concept behind London Zoo Lates, only with less wildlife, RA Lates invites guests and members to the gallery to enjoy an exclusive after dark private view of their latest exhibition. They curate some additional experiences specially for the night; from poetry reading, arts and crafts, to food and drink offerings. It’s a fantastic event, and a concept that we’ll be sure to return to in the near future.

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The Tate Collective Liverpool and Turner Prize winners, Assemble have joint forces on an exciting new initiative to get more people into making art.

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Saturday nights in Soho call for one thing these days…. and that’s meat! No we’re not talking about an after hours visit to The Box nightclub, we’re talking meat of the edible variety.

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Electronic Superhighway 2016 – 1966, the current exhibition at the Whitechapel Gallery has been on the visit list for a while. Inspired about the age of the internet, the exhibition takes a journey back in time, over the past 50 years from the present day in 2016 right back to 1966, to look at relationship between artists have with technology in the digital age. Some of the works are created by the internet, others are created about the topic of the internet and its affect on our lives.

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Managing to avoid most of the mass development that’s been happening in parts of South London in places like Brixton and Peckham, Art Eats decided to venture South for the second time in a matter of weeks to check out a tiny little eatery in the box park like project Pop Brixton, which opened it’s doors in January 2015. Though set up to support local jobs with cheap spaces to rent, the project also provides access to community investment.

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We stumbled upon this great little post on Highsnobiety this morning, about a brand new restaurant on the ground floor of the W Hotel in Montreal.  Set within an gallery like environment, Etre Avec Toi or ‘e.a.t’ for short invites diners to enjoy and experience art in an informal setting.  Read More

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Last week we ventured down to the depths of Peckham for a taste of Spring. The London Italian supperclub spot, Forza Win has just launched their Spring Season series celebrating seafood and seasonal coastal flavours from Italy. Spread over two sittings, we opted for the earlier 7pm slot.

The menu did not disappoint. Though a particularly chilly London evening, once inside, we were quickly transported to the height of spring as we sipped on freshly squeeze blood orange spritzers before starting our 6 course feast (officially 5, but they added a secret sixth course to the menu late in the day).

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Big Bang Data is a superb new exhibition in the basement space of Somerset House. The last time I’d been here, was to see Guy Bourdin in 2015, so I was rather excited to see what they’d done with the space.

Upon entry we were instantly met by a registration screen, asking you to submit an photograph of your face. You had the choice if it was blurred or kept as is. I opted for the former. Little did we unsuspecting visitors know that even this innocent element of the exhibition would feature later to prove a point about the powers of data.

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