Pablo and David of Bistrotheque are responsible for our new London eatery, Hoi Polloi, a modernist take on hyper-seasonal English produce and flavors, in a setting as well-suited to a quick lunch or long dinner as it is to a full day of laptop work or midnight drinks. Their work is featured in a new exhibition by London’s Institute of Contemporary Arts, ICA Off-Site: A Journey Through London Subculture: 1980s to Now, at the Old Selfridges Hotel. Installations formed around 50 custom-made vitrines, featuring works and designs by the likes of Giles Deacon, Zaha Hadid, Sarah Lucas, Lucky PDF, Studio Voltaire and Jonny Woo, showcase the creative culture of the capital city, from the post-punk era to the current day.


Works championed by the Naked Eye Cinema group in 1980s New York City play tonight at the New Museum free of charge. As described by The New York Film Makers’ Co-Op, the Naked Eye group (now living on as Allied Productions) “was the only venue of its era that consistently showed film and video by women, gay men, lesbians and novice makers on the margins of culture. A center of the newest and most challenging spheres in contemporary music, performance and visual art, the spirit of Naked Eye Cinema lives in new and ‘used’ videos that belie genre classification…Using the Lower East Side art center ABC No Rio as home base, they showed Super 8, 16mm and video in galleries, theaters, lofts, salons, nightclubs, street corners — wherever you could fit a projector – all over Manhattan, the States…the world.”

Works championed by the Naked Eye Cinema group in 1980s New York City play tonight at the New Museum free of charge. As described by The New York Film Makers’ Co-Op, the Naked Eye group (now living on as Allied Productions) “was the only venue of its era that consistently showed film and video by women, gay men, lesbians and novice makers on the margins of culture. A center of the newest and most challenging spheres in contemporary music, performance and visual art, the spirit of Naked Eye Cinema lives in new and ‘used’ videos that belie genre classification…Using the Lower East Side art center ABC No Rio as home base, they showed Super 8, 16mm and video in galleries, theaters, lofts, salons, nightclubs, street corners — wherever you could fit a projector – all over Manhattan, the States…the world.”


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