By Esin Huseyin
The Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition is back, and it’s had a colourful reboot for 2015. This years exhibition was co-ordinated by Michael Craig Martin RA; get ready to explore the rooms of leading and emerging artists – did you know they had 12,000 entries for this exhibition? This exhibition is one of the world’s oldest open-exhibitions and you’ll be able to feast your eyes on painting, printmaking and sculpture through to installation, photography and film. To find out more information, click here.
InTRANSIT is back for the ninth year, and this summer it’s going to be more energetic than ever. Over the 10 days the festival is open, you’ll be able to explore Kensington and Chelsea in a new way. For the second year running the programme has been curated by design and production team O’Neill and Ross. An urban beach under a flyover, a pop-up art school, and five Mexicans soaring through the air like birds, are just a few of the wonders of this year’s festival – if that doesn’t entice you, then Akala’s performance should. Click here for more information.
Taste of London food festival is back this weekend, and with it’s brought a new line up of chefs and restaurants. Regent’s Park will see itself lined with stalls from Duck & Waffle, SUSHISAMBA and The House of HO to name a few. After you’ve gorged yourself on restaurant menu teasers, why not indulge yourself in live demonstrations and cooking classes. To find up the full line up restaurants and chefs, as well as to buy tickets – click here.