Thursday, December 14The Voice of London

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Top 10 most instagram-able restaurants in London

Top 10 most instagram-able restaurants in London

art, Featured, Food
Mandarin London Hyde Park’s luxury 5 star hotel, Mandarin Oriental London, has one of the most clean-cut Instagram-able restaurants. Pristine, clean and spacious, it’s the breath of fresh air that us Londoners are in need of. Photo credit: www.kiwicollection.com Grind With velvet teal benches outlining the restaurant, the diner ‘look’ becomes elegant; complimented by curved lamps, the romantic old-school mood is set. Photo credit: www.londontown.com The London edition The romantic interior and warm lighting at The London Edition will be the perfect set to get to know someone- especially on those comfy sofas. Photo credit: blog.simplyhoteljobs.com Palm Vaults Millennial pink and palm tree green is the them here. Vibrant plants hanging abov
Four quirky art galleries you can visit in one morning

Four quirky art galleries you can visit in one morning

art, Arts, Entertainment
Words: Delmar Gustav Terblanche | Subbing: Demi Bailey-Paul We’ve put together a quick walk in the shadow of the National Gallery which takes you to four independent art exhibits you can check out in one morning! Everyone in London knows about the Tate Modern and the National Gallery - these enormous buildings, stocked to the brim with art both famous and obscure, get over 20,000 visitors each day. But London is flooded with smaller art galleries you’ve never heard of, with their own styles and traditions. The first stop is the Alan Cristea Gallery, which is holding an exhibition by Michael Craig-Martin called “Quotidian”. Michael Craig-Martin is best known for his conceptual art (one famous piece displayed an ordinary glass of water and claimed that it had been transformed into an
Students In The Studio

Students In The Studio

art, Arts
A common myth about pursuing a career in the arts is that the success rate is very low, which discourages and prevents a lot of individuals from going into what they love. You wouldn’t expect the girl that’s board folding a t-shirt to have a stellar range of abstract paintings in her bedroom, or that the boy behind the counter at Subway has a three octave vocal range. After speaking to multiple students studying art here at The University of Westminster, they offered insight into their work and the what has inspired them and their own works. In the cluttered art studios located in the Harrow campus, Taylor Ellis (second year digital art), Sarajane Martin (second year painter), Aidan Currie (first year sculpture) and Jenö Davies (first year sculpture) talked about their personal experien
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