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Blondie pink

A sumptuous pink light radiates from one corner of London’s palatial Somerset House. The doors are locked and the building is empty, but it’s like something is still going on. 47 more words

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Mapping The City, Somerset House, London

An exhibition about maps and the city by graffiti and street artists really should have been quite a treat, but I admit I was disappointed with this exhibition as soon as I was handed the map, which unfolds to A2 size with cluttered text and confusing squiggles. 454 more words

Museum Review

My First Week at Uni

Monday marked my first official day of classes at City University. I was fortunate enough not to have my class, criminal justice, until 2 pm (or 14:00… we are all trying to get the whole 24-hour clock thing). 1,137 more words

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Unseen exhibition launches new London gallery

Properly displayed drawings can easily be as alluring as paintings and to bear witness to that is a fascinating new exhibition ‘Unseen’ at the Courtauld Gallery. 535 more words

Visual Art

Access - Doing it wrong (Somerset House) and doing it right (Tate Modern)

Just a few weeks ago, after visiting the Tate Modern, I was considering how I could ever write an interesting blog post about major attractions in London when they were all likely to have similar excellent levels of access provision. 1,395 more words

Accessibility

London - 2015 January

Okay, so I though that I am competent enough (like living in London for 4 months makes you already local, right?) to write about my top 5 favourite places/stuff to do in here! 410 more words

London

a Sunday

I had an interesting Sunday. Finally I was able to only spend time, one whole day (!) on my photography (well, outside of school). Got myself to upgrade the camera bag I had, to a bigger one on Saturday and packed everything the night before so was ready to go on Sunday. 388 more words