Aeolistic


Praha

Prague is beautiful. It was a banquet for my eyes and also for my inner history student. Like Istanbul (my destination of choice this time last year), the history of Prague is so visible and it’s quite something to see how the events of an entire millennium weave in and across each other. These shots are just the tip of the iceberg – many, many more to come.

 

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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.