Each issue we speak to somebody who we believe is in the know about a city and can bring a unique perspective to it. This time we speak to Shanay Jhaveri, an internationally recognized curator, about ...+ Read the article_other
posted on 25th Oct 2014
Each issue we speak to somebody who we believe is in the know about a city and can bring a unique perspective to it. This time we speak to Shanay Jhaveri, an internationally recognized curator, about his favourites in London. Follow this blog to find out more each time.
1. 3 Restaurants that are your personal favorites?
Assaggi, Nopi and either The Wolseley or Delaunay.
2. 3 Bars/Clubs/Pubs that are your personal favorites
Wine Bar: Negozio Classica
Cocktail Bars: White Lyan and 69 Colebrook Row
3. 3 Must Try Foods
Udon Noodles at Koya in Soho
Anything at the Rochelle Canteen and Leila’s Shop
Cinnamon buns at The Nordic Bakery
4. Your top 3 current shows/exhibitions (art/entertainment/music)
Exhibitions: At Raven Row and Tate Modern
Dance: Sadler’s Well’s Theatre
5. 3 Must Visit Places
6. 3 Must Do Things
Spend time in one of London’s incredible parks.
7. Favorite Indian Restaurant
8. Favorite Pizza Place
Shanay Jhaveri is the editor of Outsider Films on India: 1950 - 1990 (The Shoestring Publisher, 2010) and Western Artists and India: Creative Inspirations in Art and Design (Thames and Hudson, 2013). He has curated film programmes at the Tate Modern, Iniva, LUX/ICA Biennial of Moving Images, and the exhibition Companionable Silences at the Palais de Tokyo, Paris. He is a contributing editor to Frieze magazine, and is currently a PhD Candidate at the Royal College of Art, London.