... and roses too.

The worker must have bread, but she must have roses too.

Tag: art

Exhibition: Entangled at the Turner Contemporary, Margate (and more adventures) 

I had heard from Victoria that the Entangled exhibition was rather special. So Lettice and I set off to see it.

It was so lovely at the station that we almost didn’t leave.

Pick a sunny spot.

But we did, and …

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Exhibition: America after the Fall at the Royal Academy

Yesterday, we met up with the Outlaws at the Royal Academy for their birthday treat. 

“America after the Fall” brings together pieces created during the Great Depression. 

It’s a wonderful exhibition – not big, it’s up in the Sackler wing – but the quality of the pieces is exceptional. They cover industrial celebration, urban culture, rural nostalgia and cultural commentary. 

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Exhibition: Björk Digital at Somerset House

Somerset House is building a name for itself in interactive and digitally led exhibits (its Big Data exhibition earlier this year was authoritative, multi-layered and extremely rewarding), but it still seems quite a coup for them to snag the European premiere of Björk’s journey into virtual reality. It’s an absolute must-see for anyone interested in her music, in digital art or in the potential of VR.

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Which Hockney would you invite to dinner?

That’s the question my good friend Mr. White and I asked ourselves as we explored his latest exhibition, “82 Portraits and 1 Still Life”, at the Royal Academy.

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