Well, what a combination.
You had the great chefs of The Zetter preparing a meal fit for a king at a venue with a wonderful ambience many would envy.
And as from 13th October the Museum of Everything is set to display an eclectic collection of art from British pop artist, Sir Peter Blake.
Simply entitled Exhibition#3, the installation will be the largest ever created by the legendary artist, who was inspired by Beatles memorabilia, his love of self-taught art and anonymous artefacts.
As part of the Frieze art fair, the exhibition will showcase new and non-traditional art by artists from around the world.
The exhibition also includes a recreation of the great Victorian show Mr Potter’s Museum of Curiosities, which inspired many artists such as Damien Hirst.
The small yet well-established museum will reveal its new exhibition next month, following the success of its first two exhibitions, Exhibition#1 and Exhibition#2.
- Frieze Art Fair 2010: Get ready for British art’s biggest week (independent.co.uk)
- The Zetter, London: Hotel review (telegraph.co.uk)