19 October 2022

Who. What. Where?

Welcome to HUNGER’s Who. What. Where? Your one stop shop for all the latest and greatest upcoming events and releases. Whether you’re looking for your next injection of culture or just something to freshen up your wardrobe, you’ll only find the best of it here.

After a first successful collaboration, Havaianas and MARKET have teamed up once again, this time on the Zip Top, the first two-in-one puffer flip flop (yes you read that correctly). The partnership sees the cult L.A. brand apply its innovative designs to Havainas’s signature look to create yet another unique addition to your footwear rotation. The collection launches on October 17 on market.com and on October 20 on havaianas.com and in select retail stores worldwide.

The new Queer Britain museum in King’s Cross opened last night for its debut exhibition launch. The We Are Queer Britain exhibition marks the 50th Anniversary of the UK’s first Pride March and contains objects such as the cell door from Oscar Wilde’s Reading Gaol cell, on loan from the National Justice Museum. The museum has seen an overwhelmingly positive reaction to the exhibition, for which they have been shortlisted for the Museum Association’s Best Small Museum Project Award at their Museums Change Lives Awards 2022. The exhibition will run until Spring 2023.

Perhaps you’re looking for an exhibition where you don’t have to leave the comfy confines of your own home? Well, luckily for you, this next one’s online so you won’t be needing to venture out into the crisp Autumn cold. Legendary British music photographer Denis O’Regan, known for his official work with David Bowie, The Rolling Stones and Queen amongst many others, will team up with West Contemporary Editions for the 69 days project, a campaign to support Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity, running from 24th October until January 1st (which is exactly 69 days). The exhibition will feature a collection of 15 iconic images by O’Regan with six of those being revealed to the public for the first time. 

If your playlist requires some much-needed revamping, pencil in November 4th as Caymanian singer Maeve is set to release her latest single, ‘Can we just get high.’ Given the genre-bending artist’s track record of experimentation, we expect she’ll continue to subvert expectations and capitalise on the momentum of last year’s highly praised EP, Caravaggio in a Corner Store.

  • Writer Chris Saunders

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