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Chiltern Firehouse, Donna Huanca, and The Globe: Lawrence Van Hagen’s London

By Charlotte Boutboul

October 5, 2016

For Frieze London 2016, we handpicked a few Londoners in-the-know on all things from Chelsea to the East End. Curator and young collector Lawrence Van Hagen shared with us his precious list of recommendations.

Where to eat (and favorite dishes)
Oliveto, simple pomodoro spaghetti. Chuc’s, Milanese. Casa Cruz, a nice rib eye with its sauce. Granger and Co, for a nice weekend brunch get the banana pancakes.

Where to sip (and favorite cocktails)
5 Hertford St, for the moscow Mule. Chiltern Firehouse, the Ladder Shed. Cecconi’s for the Aperol Spritz, and my pub The Crown and Sceptre for a nice cool beer.

Where to network
There is no set place – you meet people everywhere (galleries, dinners, bars, restaurants).

Where to see art
The Union Club‘s extension where I did part of my first show.

Where to have fun
5 Hertford St, Chiltern Firehouse, The Globe.

Where to relax after Frieze
The South Kensington Club has great gym, great spa, and great healthy Sicilian restaurant.

Top show(s) to see in London during Frieze
“What’s up 2.0” and “The House of the Nobleman” shows on Park Crescent, 7 luxury apartments converted into 7 different exhibitions (with work by emerging, contemporary, and institutional artists), and Donna Huanca at the Zabludowicz Collection.

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