Audio technology dominates at the second annual Indulgence Show in Hammersmith but expect classic cars on show as well as products as diverse as rockstar portraits and Surrey honey. There are three floors and much of it devoted to speaker systems and sound/music products for the refined ear and lots of helpful assistants providing demonstrations […]
A STREET ARTIST on Shaftesbury Avenue in the West End chats to a passer by while trying to pull in customers. His painting of Bob Marley in the foreground a prominent sign of his talent and acting as a portrait sized calling card. Photo (above) by Eddie Saint-Jean, title photo by Pedro Szekely via Flickr […]
The Kingly Square restaurant and cafe complex in Carnaby Street is the area’s best kept secret. If travelling from Oxford Circus tube, a tiny side street off Foubert’s Place will lead straight into the square and you’ll find yourself spoilt for choice in a wonderland of eateries. From Peruvian restaurant Super Ceviche to the Caribbean […]
Fashion Snap of the Week An attorney from the Cayman Islands, who prefers to keep his identity undisclosed, attends London Ethnic’s Big Fashionista Party and Fashion Showcase at the Roof Gardens, Kensington in a very regal looking outfit including white silk tie and paisley jacket. The gold tipped leather shoes complete the eye-catching outfit. Party-goers […]
Where bronze statues of fictitious characters such as Sherlock Holmes take pride of place alongside those of historic British kings, queens and heads of state. The streets are the unofficial exhibition space for the public art in London Town. So if you don’t like galleries or museums you’ve no excuse!
White Van Man best beware if he’s leaving his van unattended overnight in Camden. Local graffiti artists are using their vans as makeshift canvases leaving the vehicles pretty much unrecognisable but brightening up the streets of Camden in the process. So no need to go into an art gallery really. Also, the talent is such […]
Painting Dustman from Mile End Stanislav Geissler has just celebrated having his sculpture/painting Alexander McQueen v David Bowie-The Last Dress Up as the centrepiece at the recent Salon des Refuses exhibition organised by Happenstance Framing at the Candid Arts Trust, Islington. What’s Hot London? readers can take a peek in his studios to see his […]
From June 1st – 4th London’s version of the Salon des Refusés exhibition will run at Candid Arts, Islington. The original Salon emerged in Paris in the eighteenth century and featured paintings that were rejected by the prestigious Paris Salon. This 2017 exhibition shows works rejected by the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition. A violinist gave […]