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22 EXPERIENCES FOUND.
ASIA. KYOTO, JAPAN. SEPTEMBER 19 – OCTOBER 18, 2020.
Between September 19 and October 18, 2020, KYOTOGRAPHIE, an annual festival celebrating the art of photography, returns to Kyoto. Held in historic buildings around the bustling Japanese city, the various exhibitions beautifully co-exist with the architecture of the space they are in, allowing for the environment and art to become one.
THE END OF AN ERA: BMW i8 PRODUCTION COMES TO AN END.
On June 25, 2020, the last 18 BMW i8 vehicles left BMW Group Plant Leipzig in Germany, each finished in a paintwork color that had not previously been applied to the outer skin components of a BMW i8. “For BMW i8 production to end with a finale like this is something we can all be very proud of,” said Plant Director Hans-Peter Kemser.
KITCHEN TALK: THREE RECIPES TO INSPIRE YOUR NEXT CULINARY ADVENTURE.
In a BMW i Pure Impulse exclusive, some of our favorite chefs, who’ve created unforgettable moments for us over the years, share their top recipes and personal messages, so you can re-create their most popular dishes at home.
Just in time for barbecue season, chef Andi Tuck shows BMW i Pure Impulse members how to prepare seafood over an open fire. In this exclusive video, he not only shares his pro tips, but also talks through the importance of sourcing sustainably caught fish. “The love I have for seafood turned into an obsession, and the importance of using sustainable fish and fresh local ingredients reflects in my dishes,” says the chef, who heads the kitchen at St Kew Inn, located in picturesque Cornwall, where most of his dishes are cooked over an open fire.
The Tate Galleries in London and Cornwall offer wonderful insights into British art, history and culture. Tate Britain, which first opened in 1897 displaying just a small number of artworks, is today the custodian of the national collection of British art from circa 1500. Tate St. Ives, perched above Porthmeor Beach with views across the Atlantic Ocean, exhibits work by modern British artists with links to the area and is the winner of the Art Fund Museum of the Year 2018. Meanwhile, Tate Modern, located at the disused Bankside Power Station, focuses on contemporary works since 1900, with its vast original turbine hall used for regular commissioned temporary displays of jaw-dropping proportions. Even if you’re a regular to the galleries, there is always something new to see and explore.