London’s Tate Modern gallery gets the festive treatment with this beautifully made pop-up Christmas card by Paper Tango. The whole thing is laser cut and then finished by hand making for a product… Continue reading
It’s been a real art overload this week – Frieze, AVA, something in Soho, and then there was an evening trip to Tate Modern to see ‘Pop Life: Art in a Material World’.… Continue reading
A few hours after visiting Jeremy Hutchison’s show at the Menier Gallery I wandered on over to Tate Modern to see what I could see. Actually I knew what I was probably going to see and that was the Roni Horn retrospective. The only thing which could have derailed this plan was if Defining Constructivism had been dirt cheap. HAH.
Yesterday I went to Tate Modern’s Rothko exhibition (making the most of my current free entry status). I always think that in these things the first couple of rooms suffer. You need some kind of mental warm-up act for someone like Rothko because his work requires a lot of effort and a certain state of mind from the visitor.