Life Kitchen Exhibition at Rambla

Life Kitchen, the cancer education charity founded by food writer and stylist Ryan Riley has partnered with popular Spanish restaurant Rambla to host an exhibition of plates designed by the country’s best-known artists, designers, celebrities and chefs.

Riley founded Life Kitchen in 2017 in memory of his late mother, Krista. The charity delivers free cooking classes for people living with cancer and those who care for them, recognising the effects that chemotherapy and other cancer treatments can have on the taste of different foods.

The exhibition of plates runs until Monday 23rd April at Rambla, when there will be a live auction. There are around 50 plates available – each of them a one-off – so this is your chance to own a true original.

Plates include a donation from the estate of the late Howard Hodgkin, a world-renowned British artist known for his colourful abstract paintings which incorporate the frame into the body of the piece. Conceptual art photographer Giles Revell has also donated a design, along with illustrator Marion Deuchars, known for her inspiring illustrations of children’s books.

Once you’ve finished browsing the plates and picking out your potential future purchase, why not settle in at Rambla for some of London’s best tapas? It would be a shame not to…

Life Kitchen Exhibition, Rambla, 64 Dean Street, W1D 4QG. The exhibition runs until the 23rd April when a live auction of the plates will be held.