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The Tate Modern announce launch of Picasso exhibition in 2018. The exhibition entitled The EY Exhibition: Picasso 1932 – Love, Fame, Tragedy  will follow a pivotal year in Picasso’s career and will feature over 100 works, many not seen before in the UK.

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Our good friends at Sambal Shiok are launching a Chinese New Year Tasting Menu at their North London residency at Blend Cafe in Green Lanes. In celebration of the year of the Rooster, Mandy Yin and her team will be offering up a 4 course feast for only £20 per head.

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Casita Andina the brainchild of Martin Morales (of Ceviche fame) is the smaller homelier restaurant of the four. Inspired by the Peruvian ‘Picanteria’ restaurants in Cusco, where Andinas, or women of the Andes would cook up wonderful meals in the comforts of their own homes serving both local and travellers alike.

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If, like me, these freezing winter days have got you day dreaming of warmer times, then I think this week’s Art Eats Loves post might be just the tonic to help fight these January blues.
London Lines‘ is a beautiful series of work by London based fine artist Fred Coppin that features a collection of 10 paintings of every day city sights during the summer including pieces entitled ‘Scaffolding‘, ‘Dry Cleaners‘, and ‘Sink‘.

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22nd January 2017

Art Eats Loves : wastED London

Selfridges in London is launching a pop-up like no other. From late February until early April the roof of the famous department store will play host to wastED London, a food waste pop up that aims to build on the growing food waste movement in the Uk.

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Launching on the 1st of February, the Victoria Miro Gallery will open its doors to the latest exhibition by South Korean native Do Ho Suh for the very first time. The new exhibition entitled Passage/s‘ features brand new works from the artist including fabric sculptures which have been created especially for the space.

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Our good friends at Creative Debuts are launching their very own First Thursday Student Competition in London this February.

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2016 was many things to many people. Politics aside, 2016 was also a year of great eats. In London we saw so many amazing restaurants opened their doors from Streetfood specialists  Breddos Tacos to the Borough Market based pasta haven Padella.  Marx Hix and Damien Hirst opened Pharmacy 2 at the Newport Street Gallery in Vauxhall, and new Southern French cooking establishment Sardine opened up  at the Parasol Unit Foundation for Contemporary Art in Islington. I had some fantastic meals over the course of the year, from Middle Eastern feasts at The Palomar, to the tastiest Thai at Som Saa. Good food is easy to find!

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