Tag: Tate Britain Painting With Light

Tate Britain And Tracey Emin’s Boring Bed

I’d never go to London without visiting Tate Britain or Modern or both. Always something worth seeing. The main exhibit in May 2016 was “Painting With Light” which I have written a short info about here. Then I explored a bit the new (2013) major renovation, after having been confused by the (upon thinking a bit, obvious) fact that the visitor has to go … Read More Tate Britain And Tracey Emin’s Boring Bed

“Painting With Light” at Tate Britain

The whole long title of this exhibition is “Painting With Light – Art and Photography from the Pre-Raphaelites to the Modern Age”. Since I believe that photography is an art – like painting or sculpture or graphic prints – the title may feel somehow a little misguided. On the famous other hand, the exhibition covers a period of art history during which photography wasn’t broadly considered an … Read More “Painting With Light” at Tate Britain

The Photographers’ Gallery and Deutsche Börse Prize

The Photographers’ Gallery in London – a few minutes from Oxford Circus – is a must for the photo enthusiast. It’s the type of institution any city should have in some shape or form as part of its cultural policy. The Photographers’ Gallery could serve as a model or inspiration, I believe, to anyone. This is how the history of the place is presented on its homepage: The Photographers’ … Read More The Photographers’ Gallery and Deutsche Börse Prize