In the basement of Hoxton, a pop-up gallery will be opened, in which fans of art can not only to become involved in beauty, but also to try it and even eat a couple of pieces. This year, Smith and Sinclair have already opened a sweet alcohol store on Carnaby Street. But apparently, decided not to stop there and create the world's first multi-sensory art gallery - Flavor Gallery.
It will be located in the basement of Hoxton and will allow residents and visitors of the capital to literally feel the smell and taste of art. This you definitely will not experience in Tate Modern. On the new exhibition site, it will be possible to find the works of Terry Pastor, London Loom and Anja Predojevic. Each of the works of art presented here was created specifically to challenge the traditional gallery. What kind of challenge? To find out, you should come and try everything yourself.
Judging by the previous projects of Smith and Sinclair, you can expect anything from tasty alcoholic and non-alcoholic cocktails and sweets to edible perfumes and much more. One thing is known: this is art for sure. If you collect works of art, you have great news: all the artists who worked for the pop-up gallery, created unique works that you can buy and take home. The Flavor Gallery will host visitors from November 9th to December 17th in the Hoxton basement at 12-18 Hoxton Street, London, N1 6ND. Tickets can be bought here.