The Martin Creed show at the Hayward isn’t bad. It’s a lot of fun, apart from the attendants telling you to not take photos. So boring, and so behind the times.
One day, being around Somerset House and seeing a show, fortuitously led us to going to the Courtald Gallery for free.
I would like to visit this surreal installation by Tomás Saraceno in Milan. You can read more about it on designboom.
Went to see the Edward Burtynsky exhibition at the Photographer’s Gallery, which has recently re-opened. It’s full of great thought-provoking photographs and it’s a great introduction to Burtynsky’s work, but I felt there was a vacuum of information that the gallery curators could have supplied. It’s a very pertinent topic, the question of our oil […]
David Chipperfield strikes again with his nicely designed Hepworth Gallery. Easily the best thing in Wakefield.
Went to the Brunei Gallery recently, which had three Japanese shows on- one about fans (there was a great half and hour film about making fans that was in Japanese but followed the process through every small step), and two about the earthquake/tsunami disaster, one in the form of photography, the other in the form […]
Things are busy in the city at the moment. Or it feels that way…
Painting 3D goldfish in resin. Showing at ICN gallery only until Wednesday!