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This week’s Art Eats selection of the week goes to the Turner Prize. An annual awarded founded in 1984, this year’s award exhibition features the recent work by four shortlisted artists: Helen Marten, Anthea Hamilton, Josephine Pryde, and Michael Dean.  This year’s prize was awarded on the 5th of December 2016 to Helen Marten.

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This week’s Art Eats exhibition of the week goes to the new Zaha Hadid exhibition ‘Early Paintings and Drawings‘.

Art Eats went down to the Sackler Serpentine Gallery last week to check out the preview of the exhibition by the visionary architect who sadly passed away earlier this year. Baghdad born Hadid was renowned for her space- like designs that represented something from the future. The Russian avant-garde movement is an inspiration running through much of her work.

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Recommended to me by my brother a couple of weeks back, Black Axe Mangal has slipped under my radar since it’s opening in September 2015. Chef and host of Vice’s magazine’s food channel Munchies;  Lee Tiernan first launched BAM as a pop up in Copenhagen in 2014. Since then he’s taken his concept of kebabs, beers, and heavy metal music to the States before setting up shop on the roundabout at Highbury Corner, North London.

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The Artist Dining Room is a supper club at Guest Projects that celebrates the life and works of a well-known artist through food. Previous events were themed on artists including Andy Warhol, Salvador Dali and Yayoi Kusama. The latest installment on December 2nd was themed on the African American contemporary artist Kara Walker.

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This week’s Art Eats Selects takes us across the water to Ireland, to the Glucksman Gallery in Cork to celebrate a show that launched a couple of weeks back on November 26th.

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This month’s Art Eats Meets feature is with none other than legendary contemporary British Artist Dave White. We caught up with him to discuss latest projects, his love of animals, and to find out what art he has hanging on his walls.

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Stepping inside the Picasso Portraits exhibition at the weekend was like crawling inside the mind of a genius.

Starting at the launch of his career in the late 1800’s right through until his death in 1973, this exhibition, featuring well over 80 works at London’s National Portrait Gallery, is a must see.

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