The Rausing family (the colossally rich packaging manufacturers) has bought two; Lord Rothschild was interested in another. Not bad for the first show of work by Platon-Alexis Hadjimichaelis,… in London, who has been making assemblages since the 1970s and giving them away to friends. His wife was reportedly delighted to be rid of them, as they are made with the remains of family meals - kippers, cuttlefish, crab claws, pheasants and pineapples. Suitable preserved and framed they did not smell at all in Derek Johns Gallery where they were on show last month, and where 12 sold at prices from £5,000 to £18,000. Mr Hadjimichaelis’ work has been turned down by top contemporary dealer Jay Jopling as “too neat and precise” and one work on show was called “Depression after seeing Jay Joplin”; it was made of mango slices eaten by worms, and was far more beautiful than the title suggests.