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Portrait courtesy of Emily Butler
Thomas Ruff
16h 30m / -50°
1989
C-print
260 × 188 cm
© Thomas Ruff
Courtesy of Whitechapel Gallery
Jack Whitten
Black in Time I
1980
Acrylic on canvas
30 1/4 x 30 1/4 inches
Photo by Genevieve Hanson
© Jack Whitten
Courtesy of the artist and Hauser & Wirth
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The East End, Victoria Park, and E5 Bakehouse: Emily Butler’s London

By Whitewaller

September 28, 2017

In advance of Frieze London 2017 opening next week (October 5-8), we’re sharing Whitechapel curator Emily Butler‘s insider tips on where to eat, sip, see art, have fun, and relax during the festive week.

And for more on this year’s edition of Frieze and the surrounding fairs, exhibitions, events, and happenings, check out Whitewaller London & Paris 2017, out next week in London.

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Portrait courtesy of Emily Butler

WHERE TO EAT AND SIP
I’m very East End–centric, I’m afraid. There’s Som Saa, developed from an authentic Thai popup in London Fields to a buzzy outfit close to the Whitechapel Gallery where I work. And Gunpowder is a contemporary take on Indian street food and home cooking.

WHERE TO SEE ART
Where not to see art in London? I’ve mapped out regular routes to catch the West End galleries—for example, Sadie Coles, Hauser & Wirth near Regent Street, carrying on to Eastcastle Street with Carroll/Fletcher, Edel Assanti, and the hidden gem space Narrative Projects.

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Thomas Ruff
16h 30m / -50°
1989
C-print
260 × 188 cm
© Thomas Ruff
Courtesy of Whitechapel Gallery

WHERE TO HAVE FUN AND RELAX
A perfect Sunday involves a run in leafy Victoria Park and a brunch at its Park Pavilion Cafe, before heading to see a show round the corner at Chisenhale Gallery or Roman Road gallery, and then grabbing a second much-needed coffee somewhere like E5 Bakehouse.

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