Cerith Wyn Evans at The Tate Britain

Cerith Wyn Evans art Installation. Photo By Roman In London

Cerith Wyn Evans art Installation. Photo By Roman In London. A neon explosion of glow has recently been installed at the Tate Britain’s Duveen Galleries. Welsh Artist Cerith Wyn Evans’s new masterpiece Forms in Space…by Light (in Time) has won this year Tate Britain Commission. ‘Cerith’s installation sits beautifully within the space, unfolding as you walk through,’ explains […]

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#Wearenotafraid: London 22.03.2017

          What happened? Last Wednesday the 22nd March 2017 four people died in Westminster attack. A policeman has been stabbed and his apparent attacker shot by officers at the Houses of Parliament. Up to one dozen people were also injured after a car mowed down people on Westminster Bridge. However, we […]

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Dinner at Rivea Restaurant at the Bulgari Hotel

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Rivea Restaurant was, admittedly, a pleasant surprise. ‘Hidden’ inside the lavish and glossy Bulgari Hotel, Alain Duchesse protege’ Alexandre Nicolas is now in charge of the kitchen. The cuisine is both Italian and French “inspired by the many years Ducasse spent visiting the vibrant food markets in Italy and Provence”. We were recommended the place and, […]

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10 Best Pizzerie in London

Bravi Ragazzi, Streatham   The legendary Napoli pizza with tomato sauce, mozzarella, anchovies, black olives, oregano, fresh basil and extra virgin olive oil 😱🍕 #braviragazzi #streatham #bestpizza Una foto pubblicata da Bravi Ragazzi (@braviragazzipizzeria) in data: 7 Dic 2016 alle ore 05:00 PST A combination of very moist toppings and light dough, that’s what makes […]

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The Nose Review at the Royal Opera

Recently I went to the Opera and watched a comic-grotesque musical by Shostakovich called “The Nose”. Shostakovich was in his 20s when began writing the Nose, it was his debut at the Opera. As absurd as it may sound has truly kept me entertained throughout the whole act. It narrates the story of a civil servant – Kovalov […]

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A day out in Richmond Park

Richmond is a village that is tucked away from the London mess and definitely a pleasant break to take into consideration when in need of some peace of mind. It sits at the very end of the District Line and nearby the river, I aim to take a wander through the vast Park hoping to […]

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What to do on a London Summer day

If you can’t beat the heat but looking for ways to cool down a little over these  “steamy” London summer days, here you can find some tips. Go for a swim at  the Lidos    London has few ponds, lidos, and pools to choose from. The most well-knowns are the Serpentine, Hampstead Heath Pond, London […]

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Yayoy Kusama at Victoria Miro

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Until July 30th at Victoria Miro  Last Saturday, on a very sunny London day, I was curious to see the exhibition everyone was talking about and ended up joining – what I later defined as – one of the longest queue of my life. Talking with other people apparently, their experience was quite the same. Why is […]

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