5 New Restaurants To Try In NYC This December

Something Curated highlights five of the most exciting new and recently launched restaurants to try in New York this December, taking a closer look at the chefs and proprietors behind the promising food offerings. Chikarashi Isso || Jonathan Chu, Ivy Tsang, Selwyn Chan, Michael Jong Lim & Atsushi Kono Fast-casual lunch destination Chikarashi debuts its…

6 Art Exhibitions Not To Miss In NYC This December

Looking at the month ahead, Something Curated highlights six of the most exciting art exhibitions taking place in New York this December.  Levant, at MINI/Goethe-Institut Curatorial Residencies Ludlow 38 || Paul Maheke, Ligia Lewis & Melika Ngombe (Until 15 Dec 2019) Levant is an installation by French artist and choreographer Paul Maheke incorporating a video…

The Best London Restaurant Openings This December

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. Bancone Soho || Claudio Melis & Stefano Cilia Bancone, which opened in Covent Garden last year, is already expanding with a second site coming to Soho. Taking…

The Philistine: The Very Best Of London Culture This December

Something Curated highlights the unmissable arts and culture happenings taking place across London this December, from Nigerian-British designer Mowalola’s debut exhibition at NOW Gallery, to a much-anticipated Hannah Diamond performance, via artist John Booth’s Christmas card workshop. Exhibitions Silent Madness, at NOW Gallery || Mowalola (6 Dec 2019 – 19 Jan 2020) Silent Madness is…

This Exhibition Explores The Relationship Between Virtual Bodies & Human Labour In Gaming, Porn & Tech

Running until 8 December 2019, London’s Chisenhale Gallery presents Welcome to End-Used City, an exhibition by Sidsel Meineche Hansen. The show brings together new and existing works to further explore Meineche Hansen’s ongoing enquiry into virtual and robotic bodies and their relationship to human labour within the gaming, pornographic and tech-industries. Central to Meineche Hansen’s exhibition is…

A Guide To London Migration Film Festival 2019

Since 2016 the London-based Migration Collective has been organising public events and projects aimed at challenging the current narrow rhetoric on migration. Coordinated by the collective, the aim of London Migration Film Festival, running this year from 28 November to 4 December across the city, is to portray the diversity, nuance and subjective experience within…

Blank Forms Revisits Éliane Radigue’s Sonic Masterpiece ‘Trilogie De La Mort’

Pioneering French composer Éliane Radigue is celebrated for her undulating long form music marked by patient, virtually imperceptible transformations that purposefully unfold to reveal the intangible, radiant contents of minimal sound – its partials, harmonics, subharmonics and inherent distortions. As a student and assistant to musique concrète innovators Pierre Schaeffer and Pierre Henry in the…

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