Aeolistic


A few more trinkets

Here are the rest of my shots from the V&A the other day. Looking at these, I’m reminded why I love it there so much. There is such a variety on offer that it’s as near to jumping continents as you’ll get under one roof.

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V&A

I think I’ve mentioned before that the Victoria and Albert Museum is my favourite in London. Unfortunately, a significant portion of it is closed for refurbishment at the moment until 2012, but there’s still plenty to see. More shots to come from the afternoon I spent in there over the weekend.



Tate Modern

I hadn’t been to the Tate Modern since Miroslaw Balka’s box of darkness, How It Is,¬†was installed in the Turbine Hall last year. I should really go more often because it’s one of my favourite galleries. The exhibitions are always well curated, with an excellent variety of pieces, both aesthetic and thematic. I didn’t even go into the Gaugin exhibition this time, but I still stumbled across many pieces that I love, including some old favourites and some I’d never seen before. Go, go, go.