EFES Turkish Restaurant & the Whitechapel Gallery

At the end of Brick Lane, or the beginning, we chose it because it is close to Whitechapel Gallery where we are headed for an art talk. Efes wasn’t worth returning to. We had a mix of kabobs and some spinach bread. No thrill. Again, a google search, and a book fair? And into the […]

Sculptures In the City

Back in June when I first was wandering I caught a glimpse out the bus window, down a side street near Liverpool Street Station and there was this weird house sitting atop what looked like a footbridge across the street. I went back on foot a few days later and snapped a photo or two […]

2 Xiao Long Bao in Chinatown, a garden, the river, a wander

Last night we took a long bus ride towards dinner. The bus was on diversion which I still dont quite understand. Can you get off? How do you know when it’s going on diversion? Where will it resume its path? Londoners I have asked dont really seem to know. And a google search doesn’t provide […]

Back in London and a visit to the British Library

After nearly two months in Miami where I enjoyed my daughter and drove my air conditioned car to an air conditioned restaurant twice a day its nice to be back in London where walking and public transportation are my preferred means of getting around and my days are once again free to explore. Though the […]

WOW…Chamelion

Yesterday I noticed two large red cranes on Brick Lane, I didn’t give them much thought and went on with my day. At the end of the day as I sat looking out my window I noticed something funny clinging to the smokestack. AS the sun went down, the lights came up. We then went […]

Yoyoi Kusama

The other night we watched an amazing program on the tv about artist Yoyoi Kusama. I will always remember the story and some of her artwork, but I won’t remember her name. I make note of it here because she happens to be having a show in NY at the David Zwirner Gallery in November […]