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Smith & Sinclair’s The Flavour Gallery at The Hoxton Basement until 17 December 2017

The gallery pop-up invites you to consume art in ways they never imagined by using the senses to explore each piece of original artwork. ๐Ÿ‘† ๐Ÿ˜›

The Flavour Gallery features some of the most awe-inspiring artists of today including Bowie collaborator Terry Pastor, weaving masters London Loom and visual artist Anja Predojevic, who have been commissioned to create interactive artwork that challenges perceptions of what a gallery should be.

The Hoxton Basement plays host to artwork beyond imagination, art that changes colour, diffuses delightful smells and reacts to its audience. With latex-heavy works from artist Tom O’Hare in association with intimate lifestyle brand LELO, The Flavour Gallery will also feature Godโ€™s Own Junkyard, a cocktail bar in partnership with Lanique and a gift shop selling unique works exclusive to visitors.

www.smithandsinclair.com/theflavourgallery

Location:
The Hoxton Basement, 12-18 Hoxton Street, London N1 6NG

Times:
Monday closed
Tuesday closed
Wednesday 5:30pm and 9:30pm
Thursday 5:30pm and 9:30pm
Friday 5:30pm and 10:30pm
Saturday 2:30pm and 10:30pm
Sunday 2:30pm and 8:30pm

Price:
ยฃ15 book online

An Idiosyncratic A to Z of the Human Condition @ Wellcome Collection / until 12th October 2014

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors:
Mon closed including bank holidays
Tue, Wed, Fri, Sat 10:00-18:00
Thu 10:00-20:00
Sun 11:00-18:00

@ย Wellcome Collection, 183 Euston Road, London NW1 2BE

Free entry

www.wellcomecollection.org

Explore the idiosyncratic A to Z illustrated with a curious combination of Henry Wellcomeโ€™s weird and wonderful collection of objects, medical artefacts, paintings, photographs and sculptures, and some equally intriguing contemporary artworks.

Watch the birth of the first test-tube baby (B for Birthdays), listen to Florence Nightingale speak (V for Voice) and sneak a peek at porcelain fruit showing sexual foreplay (X for X-rated).

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