I love me a bit of autumn. In my book, summer is quite frankly overrated as is being the first to the summer exhibitions. Why jostle with all the masses when you can wait until its quietened down and you can actually see the art without having to contend with any bearded hipsters trying to take a quick selfie? 396 more words
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Paranoia or reality?
Please see my first post in this series for full explanation of all posts. Also see my first ‘Slogans…’ post for details on this section. 20 more words
Tucked away amid the busy streets of London’s Piccadilly waits an Aladdin’s cave of artistic wonders.
The Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition showcases an eclectic mash-up of artistic styles all housed in the gilded, high-ceilinged walls of one of the capital’s oldest and grandest institutions. 257 more words
Digging beneath Coupland’s quirky, tongue-in-cheek humour…what do you think he is saying between the lines?
Please see my first post in this series for full explanation of all posts. 31 more words
One room of the Douglas Coupland exhibition at the Vancouver Art Gallery is covered with his “Slogans for the 21st century.” Two walls are partially shown above to give you an idea of the general appearance. 235 more words