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Christian Marclay Curates ASSEMBLY’s Second Season At Somerset House Studios

Bringing together Somerset House Studios’ resident artists, international talent and forward-thinking audiences, sound and performance festival ASSEMBLY’s multidisciplinary programme presents newly commissioned works alongside several first performances and UK premieres. For the second ASSEMBLY season, taking place from 8–10 November 2019, resident artist Christian Marclay curates a series of intimate musical performances in Somerset House’s…

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Interview: Tate Curator Emma Lewis On Surrealist Pioneer Dor...

Opening on 20 November 2019, Tate Modern presents the first UK retrospective of Dora Maar whose provocative photographs and photomontages became celebrated icons of surrealism. Born Henriette Théodora Markovitch, Maar grew up between Argentina and Paris and studied decorative arts and painting before switching her focus to photography. In doing so, she became part of…

Interview: Haich Ber Na On His New EP ‘Everywhere’s Ho...

Hailing from South London, experimental polymath Haich Ber Na today releases his new project, the EP ‘Everywhere’s Home’, accompanied by a self-directed fictional documentary following the artist as an illusive inventor living in a UFO. The project is a futuristic look into what home is, touching on notions of belonging, identity and categorisation. With diverse…

Interview: Curator Valentina Ravaglia On Tate Modern’s Major...

From 17 October 2019 – 9 February 2020, Tate Modern will present a major exhibition of the work of visionary Korean artist Nam June Paik. Renowned for his pioneering use of emerging technologies, Paik’s innovative yet playfully entertaining work remains an inspiration for artists, musicians and performers across the globe. Organised by Tate Modern and…

 

6 New Restaurants To Try In NYC This November

Something Curated highlights six of the most exciting new and recently launched restaurants to try in New York this November, taking a closer look at the chefs and proprietors behind the promising food offerings. Saigon Social || Helen Nguyen, Andy Tong & Khai Vu Raised in Seattle with roots in California and Vietnam, Helen Nguyen…

6 New York Art Exhibitions Not To Miss This November

Looking at the month ahead, Something Curated highlights six of the most exciting art exhibitions taking place in New York this November. One Last Trip to the Underworld, at Tanya Bonakdar Gallery || Nathalie Djurberg & Hans Berg (Until 20 Dec 2019) Spanning both of the gallery’s floors, this much anticipated show is Nathalie Djurberg…

The Best London Restaurant Openings This November

Highlighting this month’s most promising London food launches, Something Curated takes a closer look at what to try, as well as the chefs and proprietors behind the openings. Silo at CRATE Brewery || Douglas McMaster One of the pioneers of the zero-waste movement, Douglas McMaster is moving his Silo restaurant from Brighton to the first…

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