Wahaca Tag

Since 2012 I have been working with Wahaca, UK specialists in Mexican street food on an arts programme for each of their new spaces. My work for them is partly a curation role, by introducing to them to interesting street artists from around the world...

In my continuing curatorial role for Mexican street food experts Wahaca, I was very pleased to invite Kenor from Barcelona to create artworks at their new spot on Great Portland Street, just off Oxford st. I've long had a love of Barcelona street art since first travelling their...

Mexican street food experts Wahaca open their newest restaurant in Wimbledon this week. Following in their on-going arts programme - I was involved in inviting up-and-coming artist GoddoG to create large scale murals for this new space. After first planning beforehand with architectural drawings and sketches we finally got to...

Finally had time to blog about my work with Wahaca this year, which is set to be a busy one! This will be my third year working with their architectural, design and production teams - helping to create original artworks and installations at each new site.My role is to...

Each art project working with Wahaca becomes my favourite one and the same is the case for this one recently completed at One New Change, St. Pauls, London. The place was a blank canvas with no particular history to the site but it did allow...

Continuing my Wahaca blogging round-up, here is a project which was a pleasure to work on earlier this year. Wahaca had chosen an interesting building to revamp, that had previously been a bank near to Waterloo Station an the Old Vic theatre. The architect had...

It's been a busy year. Particularly with my on-going artist liaison work for Wahaca - finally it's time to take stock of all the projects completed so far starting with...

Last year it was a pleasure to begin working with Wahaca, purveyors of Mexican street food who are full of innovative ideas. My work with them is in a curation role, by introducing to them interesting street artists from around the world and matching the...

The Wahaca Southbank Experiment is now open! - featuring the vibrant paintings of Remed and Saner. As previously mentioned in my blog Wahaca kindly invited me to curate the production of murals for a bold new experimental site they had planned in the heart of London's...

[caption id="attachment_2671" align="aligncenter" width="573" caption="Ola London Cover"][/caption] Late last year I was excited to be asked by Wahaca to curate an arts programme for their new temporary space at London's Southbank - the initial phase of which is about to happen as part of the Festival...