Dead Class (1975) was the most famous of Tadeusz Kantors theatre pieces of the 1970s. In the play, Kantor himself played the role of a teacher who presided over a class of apparently dead characters who are confronted by mannequins which represented their younger selves. He had begun experimenting with the juxtaposition of mannequins and […]
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Some artist who drew some flags on the pavement at Trafalgar Square London.
The Old Vic Theater (by Kevin Spacey) acquired this space beneath Waterloo Station and transformed it into the typical London urban fun called Old Vic Tunnels. View Larger Map
Tim Etchells’ installation ‘We Wanted to be the Sky’ at London’s 2011 Southbank festival.
From 2004. Reminds me on this: Self Portrait 1969 by Francis Bacon
There are 100 million sunflower seeds laid out in the turbine hall in London’s Tate Modern Turbine Hall. It took two and a half year to make all of the porcelain sunflower seeds. There were 1,600 Chinese people working on it.
To all the girls I’ve loved before Who travelled in and out my door I’m glad they came along I dedicate this song To all the girls I’ve loved before bla
The Saatchi Gallery is a cool place, very modern art and very well kept. In 2010 it was announced that the gallery would be given to the British public, becoming the Museum of Contemporary Art for London. Saatchi’s goal is to show contemporary work that would otherwise not be seen in big London institutions such as Tate […]
Anish Kapoor’s sculptures at Kensington Gardens. The mirrors are made of stainless steel which creates a real different feel to the reflections. It seems surreal, a no-space, an illusion and after all its art for all. The picture is originally upside down…
Dan Flavin – the art of fluorescent light! The artist uses limitation of his art moderne of materials to commercially available fluorescent tubing inserting it into the world of high art. The resulting body of work at once possesses a straightforward simplicity and a deep sophistication.