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The Aesthetic Menu

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Oct. 14, 2022
- 5 p.m.

Club Room - Dining Room

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Join us to celebrate the fusion of art and food during a panel discussion on the aesthetics of dining, moderated by Christina Makris (Writer), joined by Ayo Adeyinka (Director, TAFETA), Cherry Truluck (Artist) and Caroline Hobkinson (Curator & Writer).

The panel will investigate what makes collaborations between artists and chefs so exciting, discuss crossovers between cooking and art, and explore artist-designed menus.

Admission includes one complimentary cocktail from our bespoke menu curated on the ocassion of Frieze week to coincide with TAFETA’s exhibition in the Lavery Studio, “Architecture of Tropical Spaces”.

We encourage guests to make a reservation to taste the full offering following the discussion at 6:00pm. You can book a table here and preview the menu here.

Christina Makris is an independent writer based in London. With a doctorate in philosophy, Christina has been involved in the arts as a collector, a philanthropist, and patron of the Royal Academy London, the Design Museum, Tate, and trustee of SITE Gallery for over a decade. Her recent book, Aesthetic Dining: The Art Restaurant Around the World is an in-depth guide to the “Art Restaurant”—a place where food and aesthetics meet. She also writes a monthly wine column for Apollo art magazine, is writing a book on wine culture, and advises private clients on wine as an investment. 

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Cromwell Place is a Membership organisation offering a first-of-its-kind exhibition, entertaining, and working space in central London, in the heart of South Kensington’s museum district. Designed in 1858 by Sir Charles James Freake, the five Grade II listed townhouses contain 15 unique gallery spaces, permanent and shared offices, open desks, meeting rooms, viewing rooms, art storage and a Club Room. 


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