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Focus LDN: Spring Comes to the Menier

Regular readers of SEEN will know how much we admire the art curated (and indeed practised) by its founder Tom Cox. Hot on the heels of two previous exhibitions comes this Spring showcase, on at the Menier from 28th February to 4th March, 2017.

albert bridge Sarah Fosse

Angry Night - Elephant and Castle,2017. ink and oil on canvas. 55 x 70cm. £995Tom Cox

Royal Blood Ernesto Romano

sunguidemehome David Taylor

An exciting roster of artists (including famous Instagrammer @Levanterman) bring a diverse practice to the attention of collectors and art lovers alike. SEEN is particularly looking forward to the ‘Royal Blood’ collection by Ernesto Romano – an x-ray series of the Queen’s head, overlaid with glitter and in various colours, and the stunning Turneresque ‘Sun Guide Me Home’ by David Taylor. Tom Cox’s ‘Angry Night, Elephant and Castle Station’ perfectly captures the atmosphere of that location.

The Menier Ground Floor Gallery
53 Southwark Street

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House of Vans London X Studio PSK: Let There be Light

One of SEEN’s favourite venues is House of Vans in Waterloo, the skate park and cultural space bar none. We hear that until 17th December 2017 House of Vans London has partnered with Studio PSK, award-winning London-based design and creative studio, to transform Tunnel 1 into a shifting, multicoloured lighting installation open to the public.

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aqua kyoto: A Christmas Alternative

If the thought of Christmas with its attendant indulgences makes you long for the cuisines of other countries, then have a look at the winter menus on offer from aqua kyoto. A feast for the eyes as well as the stomach they have a lunch menu offering – essentially elevated bento boxes, which are as …

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Dinny Hall: A Shining Star

SEEN had the privilege recently, of hearing iconic jeweller Dinny Hall speak about her life and career in jewellery and design. She started off in the seventies when jewellery didn’t have the profile it has now, so in that sense she was very much a pioneer. She hung out with the cool musicians of the …