Overview

  • Route

    Our curated route takes you from Mile End to Bethnal Green and on to Shoreditch (or possibly Clerkenwell) beginning with Korakrit Arunanondchai & Alex Gvojic, Songs for living at Carlos/Ishikawa. Then onto Dozie Kanu at Project Native Informant and Yuri Pattison’s clock speed (the world on time) at Mother's Tankstation – both close neighbours to our exhibition The Toxic Camera at Maureen Paley on Three Colts Lane. [Read our full route description below]
  • "Our curated route takes you from Mile End to Bethnal Green and on to Shoreditch..."

    Our curated route takes you from Mile End to Bethnal Green and on to Shoreditch (or possibly Clerkenwell) beginning with Korakrit Arunanondchai & Alex Gvojic, Songs for living at Carlos/Ishikawa. Then onto Dozie Kanu at Project Native Informant and Yuri Pattison’s clock speed (the world on time) at Mother's Tankstation – both close neighbours to our...

    Our curated route takes you from Mile End to Bethnal Green and on to Shoreditch (or possibly Clerkenwell) beginning with Korakrit Arunanondchai & Alex Gvojic, Songs for living at Carlos/Ishikawa. Then onto Dozie Kanu at Project Native Informant and Yuri Pattison’s clock speed (the world on time) at Mother's Tankstation – both close neighbours to our exhibition The Toxic Camera at Maureen Paley on Three Colts Lane.

     

    Cross over the road to Herald Street to see Michael Dean’s Jungle is massive and then make the journey over to see Rhea Dillon’s Janus at Soft Opening. Ozone Coffee is nearby on Emma Street if you need a coffee break. Travelling along Hackney Road you might want to catch a 55 bus towards Clerkenwell to see the Charlotte Johannesson exhibition at Hollybush Gardens or you could keep strolling down towards Shoreditch, pausing for some liquid refreshment at the Marksman, and take a saunter down Columbia Road to enjoy the shops (and the flower market if it's Sunday).

     

    From there, we like to visit Leila's Shop, just off Arnold Circus on Calvert Avenue. Then, onto Kate MacGarry to see Francis Upritchard's show Surf ‘n’ Turf and have a pause at Jolene on Redchurch street for another coffee, after which you might like to check out The Blue Mountain School where Carl R. Williams has curated The Rock Pool a collection of rare books and ephemera.

     

    And since you're in the area, we’d suggest you finish the day by making your way back towards Arnold Circus to see the second part of our exhibition at Studio M, I’d walk with you but not with her followed by a delicious dinner downstairs at Rochelle Canteen where you can dine al fresco in lovely surrounds, and reflect upon your day connecting with the great and the good of the East End art community.