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
Dover Street Market
6. 3 Must Do Things
Spend time in one of London’s incredible parks.
Columbia Road Flower Market
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.