Smirking Smuggins

Head off to Finchley Road tube station and then trudge up the hill to get to the Camden Arts Centre where the main show here today is Peter Fraser’s Mathematics.  Now, I have to confess that I’ve never heard of the artist before but I like the sound of the exhibition title.  It makes me … Continued

Hard Copy Fun

Head down to Pimlico tube station today which, of course, means that I’m going to be visiting Tate Britain but this time en route I make a couple of interesting diversionary detours, initially prompted by a sign outside the small @ work gallery that boldly announces a Frida Kahlo jewellery exhibition.  While I’m not actually … Continued

Metaphorically Temporal

To Bank tube station and then follow the street signs to get to the Guildhall.  But I’ve not come here to examine the archeological displays nor peruse the permanent art collection, though both of them are indeed worth taking a look at.  No, the reason I’ve happened upon this august institution today is to pick … Continued

The Corpulent Villain

Head over to Barbican tube station and then take the short walk down the road and up the ugly concrete walkway to get to the Museum of London which is still guarded by that horse with the rather silly looking roundels stuck to its sides.  Somewhere on my travels I’ve seen adverts promoting a photography … Continued