You may have read my lunch review on Sake no Hana earlier this year. The bar and restaurant are part of the Hakkasan group and somewhere you have to visit if you love Japanese food as much as I do.
To add to the delectable experience and if you visit Sake no Hana before 25th January 2014, you will also get to see artwork by Daniele Davitti.
Daniele Davitti’s exhibiton at the Sake no Hana bar on St. James Street is the venue’s second art installation as part of A Space For Art, which seeks out remarkable spaces in London and Berlin to place the right art on the right wall.
Inspired by Japan, Davitti’s work has focused on traditional Japanese themes such as the art of ink, kimonos and Japanese style and imagery. Davitti’s portfolio includes global collaborations with Vanity Fair, the Moretti Gallery (London), La Pergola Theatre (Florence) and Arte Fiera International Fair of Contemporary Art (Bologna). And in 2011 Davitti was appointed Professor of Graphic Design and the Aesthetic of Fashion at the Polimoda, becoming one of the youngest professors in Italy.
This is one to check out!