7 New Restaurants To Try In NYC This January

Something Curated highlights seven of the most exciting new and recently launched restaurants to try in New York this January, taking a closer look at the founders and proprietors behind the promising food offerings.   Ardyn || Adam Bordonaro & Ryan Lory View this post on Instagram @chefrylo88 saucing the lobster dish for our winter…

Screenings, Awards & More At London Short Film Festival 2019

Back for its sixteenth year, London Short Film Festival (LSFF) has become recognised as the leading UK showcase for innovative homegrown and international short film. Starting today, 11 January, and running until 20 January, under the directorship of Sarah Chorley, the annual programme sees diverse audiences of 10,000 plus gather, taking over some of London’s…

Forensic Architecture’s Eyal Weizman Discusses His Agency’s Radical Work At The Barbican

Hosted by the Architecture Foundation in collaboration with the Barbican on 10 January 2019, Eyal Weizman, director of Forensic Architecture, will discuss the Turner Prize nominated group’s far reaching and pioneering practice. Since 2010, Weizman has led the Goldsmiths-based research group Forensic Architecture, a multidisciplinary collective that uses complex evidentiary procedures, combining architecture with digital…

Renzo Piano: The Art Of Making Buildings

Hailing from Genoa, Italy, architect Renzo Piano’s imposing body of work, including The Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, The Shard in London, and the Centre Pompidou in Paris, is enormously influential. His approach to building design is intricate and refined, exhibiting a clear sensitivity to the environment and paying careful consideration to…

Artist Tamu Nkiwane Reflects On Life In Modern Day Zimbabwe

Entering London-based artist Tamu Nkiwane’s new exhibition at the Zabludowicz Collection, entitled Blue Plastic, viewers step into an emerald-tinted world filled with what appears to be a small convenience store, strewn with personal belongings. This intimate space is permeated with crumpled plastic carrier bags and battered plastic crates, giving the atmosphere of a rudimentary shop,…

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