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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Our friends at Creative Debuts are back for another First Thursday installment this Thursday the 3rd of March. Showcasing the brightest emerging artists around. Their next exhibition boasts a range of work by undiscovered artists from www.creativedebuts.co.uk platform including visual delights from Dasha Loyko, Wayne Chisnall and John Atherton.
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March 3rd is Showcase XIII, and similarly to the 12 exhibitions before it is hosted at The Black and White Building on Rivington Street, between 7:00pm -10:30pm.

Check out the event page of Facebook for more info; https://www.facebook.com/events/1659764827615263/

Hope to see you down there.

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Hot off the press this week is the first glimpse of the trailer for the forthcoming release ‘Loving Vincent’. Due for release in 2016, ‘Loving Vincent’, is an animated film featuring 12 oil paintings per second, by over 100 painters. So much work has gone into the making of this picture. 

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Cravings: Can Your Food Control You? the new exhibition at The Science Museum launched in London last week.

Free to attend, this exhibition gives visitors the chance to discover how food can have an effect on our brains and bodies throughout the course of our life.

Learn how the food industry control the way we relate to food through a series of interactive installations and experiments. 

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Hot off the press from Tate HQ is the announcement that a retrospective from the world renowned artist David Hockney is launching in February 2017. Made famous for his swimming pool paintings in sunny LA, the show will travel through his whole career, from his very early homoerotic love paintings in the 1960’s right through to his most iconic work and beyond.

Art Eats cannot wait for this.

http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2016/feb/22/david-hockney-show-one-tate-britains-biggest-ever

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States of Mind : Tracing The Edges of Consciousness

Last weekend saw the Arts Eats team head down to the Welcome Collection, in London’s Euston, to check out the newly opened States of Mind exhibition. Launched on the 4th of February 2016; The exhibition is a follow on from ‘Ann Veronica Janssens: yellowbluepink‘ which ended it’s run in early January.

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We absolutely  love this Medicine Mandala, made from tiny grains of vibrantly coloured sand. Created over a week long period in January 2016 this aerial time-lapse shows the the intricate process that went into construction and then destruction of this work of art.

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12th February 2016

Art Eats Loves: Pantone Food

Coloured food is all the craze lately, just look at Instagram and you’ll find an abundance of accounts just catered to colourful food products. This post by the UFunk on Pantone Food has got us feeling like a rainbow this Friday. Why not try it for yourself, while making your next meal. Food is that much more exciting in shades yellow, purple or blue.

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25th January 2016

Art Eats Loves: Hello World

Hello and welcome to the Art Eats Blog. 

Over the coming months this blog will also becoming a hub of cultural content.

Home to news, reviews, and general sightings from the world of art, and food, the Art Eats blog will also share updates on our very own projects too.

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