1 May 2009, Southbank Centre’s Hayward Gallery Whizzed through this exhibit today, as it is closing this weekend, yikes! I keep missing so many exhibits, thinking eh, I’ll go next week. Curated by 2007 Turner Prize winner Mark Wallinger, also known for being commissioned to create the Angel of the South (the big White Horse … More Mark Wallinger curates The Russian Linesman: Frontiers, Borders & Thresholds
7 March 2009, Musem of Modern Art, Stockholm, Sweden My two favourite types of art exhibitions are photography and animation. And how great it was to catch both at the Moderna Museet in Stockholm! Andreas Gursky – a great German photographer. In fact, the highest priced photographer alive (as of 2007, he holds the record … More Moderna Museet
8 March 2009, Nobel Museum, Stockholm. There is a fascinating exhibition at the Nobel Museum, titled Freedom of Expression. The number of people condemned, imprisoned, ostracized, punished and even killed for crossing the line is shocking, beyond belief. Freedom of expression is supposed to be a human right and is a condition of democracy. Why … More Nobel Museum: How Free is Free?
Ahh.. my first post. The ten shows in 2008 that I found the most memorable, the most inspiring, the most enjoyable… ones that made me think, moved me, changed my perceptions were… 1. Yo-yo Ma & Kathryn Stott (Barbican, London, December 2008). Hands down winner! In particular Bodas de Prata & Quatro Cantos…I had never … More Among 2008