Thursday, April 14, 2016

Part one current Serpentine Artists and Red 201

More on Serpentine tomorrow
Yesterday a visit to Serpentine Galleries I'd missed the previews of the two exhibitions that are currently on and always like to see what's showing particularly at The Sackler which lends itself to unorthodox artists and their works.

Lots of really colourful and non conventional work on show from two of the Artists associated with Das Institut Kerstin Bratsch and Adele Roder but many others also playing a part.

Lots of Neon which I like.


Anyway some pictures and I'd encourage London based folk to see what the fuss is about.

Neon and Palette what's not to love





Where's the body?

And where have I seen these?



Like Cave paintings

Big and Dramatic















The epithet  to Sir Christopher Wren ('If you seek his monument, look around' )  felt apposite as I looked over my shoulder at the work of Zaha Hadid oddly off to visit what is to be shortly the HQ for Zaha's architectural practice in Shad Thames (Currently Design Museum's Cycle Revolution Exhibition).

Nice one Dame Zaha

Red 201

A Red Pannier - The Cycle Revolution will not be televised

A bike not showing at the Design Museum

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