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Exhibition of the moment has to be the Yayoi Kusama major new exhibition at the Victoria Miro Gallery on Wharf Road in London. Spanning the three galleries and the outdoor waterside garden, the exhibition features recent works in the form of installation mirror rooms, such as the Chandelier of Grief pictured below, and older pieces like the 1966 Narcissus Garden steel spheres which is a permanent installation at the gallery.

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Here at Art Eats we take breakfast very seriously. Not only is it one of the most important meals in the day, but it’s also one of our favourites too.

And because it’s a bank holiday weekend, and we’re feeling generous, we’ve decided to pull together a list of our favourite breakfast and brunch locations to save you the bother when you’re next on the hunt for some weekend feasting.

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We were invited down to the launch of The House of Peroni Summer Series on Wednesday night, at Proud East right on the Canal in Haggerston, East London.

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Art Eats Meets is a new addition to the Art Eats blog. Each month, on every 3rd Thursday we will post an interview from an individual who inspires us in food or art. Think our favourite artist of the moment, or a restaurateur who’s absolutely killing it in culinary scene right now.
First up is an art focused chat with a personal friend, and all round great guy Calum Hall,  Co Founder of Creative Debuts.

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In the style of Rihanna, last Sunday was all about Wine, Wine, Wine, Wine, Wine, Wine. A friend invited me along for an afternoon to an artisan wine fair in the heart if the east end.

Raw Wine  is a two day event showcasing some of the best wine producers from across the globe. Described as a fair which explores, “the world of low-intervention organic, biodynamic & natural wines”, it features wines from well over 150 artisans each divided up into geographical region. The aim of the event is for potential buyers to have a chance to sample new wine before it even hits the market.

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Strolling through London can be one of the best ways to explore the city. A simple potter through the back streets of Holborn, Bloomsbury or Clerkenwell and before you know it you’ve already caught up on some culture on a sunny Saturday afternoon.

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There’s nothing that excites us more than when the boundaries between food and art blur.

Taking a closer look at the gallery landscape in London right now and you will see that the ‘food effect’ is starting to have a positive impact on the traditional gallery setting. In the last few months alone Mark Hix has collaborated with Damien Hirst for Pharmacy 2 located at the Newport Street Gallery in Vauxhall. Or what about Antony Demetre’s, Osteria at The Barbican as another example.

Food with art is oh so hot right now. And what better city for this to be happening than in than the capital of food, London.

We can’t wait to hear what’s next.

 

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Art Eats stumbled upon this gem of a private view on Wednesday night at Tenderbooks  on Cecil Court, In London’s West End. Described as, ‘A collection of original twentieth century ‘calendar art’ from India’. The exhibition features absolutely beautiful images of Hindu supernaturals, and islamic graphics among others.

Featuring some fantastic depictions of Gods, Gurus and pilgrimage sites the exhibition is vibrant and rich in colour.

On show from May the 5th until May 28th, the gallery is open from Tuesday to Saturday 11:00 to 18:00.

Don’t miss it!

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Last week saw team Art Eats invited to the launch of new restaurant Cielo Blano, on Exmouth Market in North London. The second of two restaurants on the UK follows a recent wave of Mexican restaurants opening in the Capital. Let’s not forget Santo Remedio in Shoreditch for starters.

Describing itself as, ‘bringing Mexican social eating to London’, this taco and tequila inspired restaurant has a menu designed with sharing in mind. Many of the dishes are served in tapas style, or on platters designs for two or more diners to enjoy.

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The Evening Standard’s London Restaurant Awards return for their second year in June. Due to be held at the Taste of London Festival in Regent’s Park, the line up of the City’s best culinary talent is strong.

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