London Exhibitions

Inspiration from going to some galleries today.

Tate Britain

Eva Rothschild Cold Corners, in the Duveen Galleries was magnificent to see, an amazing space and a site specific sculpture working together perfectly.

Here an image from the Guardian


I also looked round the main free exhibition space, drawn to the most photographic of paintings that were there, with depth and perspective. Including Millias: Flowing to the river 1871 (pictured below).


Photography there at the moment, I found images by Paul Graham and Willie Dotherty depicting the Troubles in Northern Ireland and some images by Thomas Joshua Cooper.

I also went to Foyles bookshop and purchased 'The Everyday' part of the Documents of Contemporary Art series. A page-turning selection of some of the essays that examine the aesthetics of the everyday.