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I didn’t quite know what to expect from Michael Elmgreen (b. 1961, Denmark) and Ingar Dragset’s (b. 1969, Norway) latest exhibition at the Whitechapel Gallery, mainly because I hadn’t come across any of their work before. I love that about living in a city like London. There is so much creativity, and talent from around the world.

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24th April 2017

Art Eats Meets: Fybe:one

Fybe:one is an illustrator, designer and music producer from South London. We caught up with him last week to talk favourite food, his inspiration, and dream collaborations.

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Newly opened creative hub, Crown House Creative in association with African Street Style, is proud to host the work of three exciting London based artists at a new exhibition launching to the public later this week.

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Launched on the 16th of February, our pick for exhibition of the week goes to the Eduardo Paolozzi Retrospective at the Whitechapel Gallery. The exhibition spans approximately 5 decades, and features over 250 works from both private and public collections.

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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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As far as performance art events go, the Waldorf Project is the most weird and wonderful around. Artistic Director Sean Rogg takes his audience on a journey like no other. It’s the stuff of Dystopian nightmares. The Waldorf Project is split into chapters; the first entitled ‘Muskmelon‘ in 2012, followed by, ‘Colour‘ in 2015. This latest chapter, entitled ‘Futuro‘ following a preliminary “Experimental Research Laboratory” last year.

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A cookbook illustrated by Salvador Dali you say? This might just be a dream come true. The publisher Taschen has reprinted a new edition of the incredible; Les Diners Gala that was originally published in 1973. More of an art piece than a fully fledged cookbook, the book was inspired by the artist’s own dinner parties with his wife Gala. A heady mix of surrealist art and food, we need to get our hands on a copy ASAP!

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I met with artist and creator of The 27 Life, Daisuke Sakaguchi on a lovely autumnal afternoon, in the main foyer of the Royal Festival Hall to chat inspiration, dream collaborations, fried eggs, Storm Troopers, and his favourite places to eat.
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Slate Projects are back with another fantastic exhibition at The Averard Hotel this week. And this time the exhibition is a solo show, featuring the work of artist Michael Iveson, who also exhibited in their previous exhibition Maybe Your Len’s Is Scratched? back in July.

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The Georgia O’Keefe exhibition, at London’s Tate Modern has been on my hit list for a while since. Whilst very much a fan of her watercolour flowers, I hadn’t had an opportunity to immerse myself in much of the work throughout her seven decade long career.

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