Posts Tagged ‘London’

Happy new year! Here’s a photograph of a public art piece I saw in London, under a bridge en route to the Tate Modern. Stripes of color sure bring life to a shaded tunnel area consumed by road and sidewalk. Note how the rails on the ceiling seem to continue into the painted stripes.   […]


I’ve had one of these paintings as my desktop background for months, so thought it’s about time I shared them here. These digital paintings are created by Field, a studio for digital art and graphic design in London, and are part of a series of 10,000 digital paintings. Most of their work is derivative of […]


Wanted to share a photograph of a mural in the St. John’s Wood area of London. Wish I had taken another angle..but there’s a trapeze swinger, trompe-le oi train, man with guitar, and so on. The festive scenery over colorful stripes project an upbeat vibe onto its surroundings.


pretend payment

07Jul11

Here’s a wheat pasted poster I found wandering around London. Located on the end of a tunnel near a street lamp, the poster simply confronts the viewer with reservations about street art, which alludes to its right to exist. Nothing fancy, but I was happy to have come across it.


Currently on display at the Tate Modern is Taryn Simon‘s exhibition, A Living Man Declared Dead and Other Chapters I-XVIII. Consisting solely of photographs and text descriptions, the exhibition documents 18 family generational histories – each with an intriguing family circumstance. For example, one chapter depicts the family of the body double for Saddam Hussein’s […]


men only

04Jul11

If you happen to find yourself in London before July 29, you should know that the Victoria Miro Gallery is showing an Alice Neel exhibition, Men Only. The exhibition consists of eleven painted portraits of men, including two of the artist’s sons. Alice Neel is an important figure in Twentieth Century art history, both as […]