Into Jungian Analytics

Back down to Pimlico and round to Tate Britain to take a look at the Wolfgang Tillmans exhibition.  I suppose I’ve bumped into the work of the German photographer a few times over the years since he first came to prominence after winning the 2000 Turner Prize and I have to say that I’ve never … Continued

Diesel Particulates

To Tottenham Court Road tube station and pleased to see that the Paolozzi mosaics are looking especially fresh and sparkling. I guess that someone must be getting out the Brillo pads and Flash and giving them a good scrub and polish and I wonder if maybe the Whitechapel Gallery have loaned TFL a couple of … Continued

Hard Nut Crunchers

Back to Piccadilly tube station and on to the Royal Academy where I head up in the lift to get to the Sackler Wing for their latest show, America After the Fall – a more compact and slightly off-skew echo to the Revolution exhibition that opened a few weeks ago and is currently being held … Continued

Delineated and Untangled

To Aldgate East tube station and then take the very short walk to the Whitechapel Gallery where I’m a bit surprised to find that there’s an entry charge to get in to see the show.  I was under the impression that Gallery policy was to have just one of these charging exhibition a year with … Continued