03/08/2009

Mindscapes






Can you believe it... I actually managed to go out on Friday evening, meeting up with friends to see the Walking in my mind exhibition at the Hayward. But alas, it was yet again another disappointing viewing. It used to be that there were always two or three good big exhibitions on in London every month, now you're lucky if there are that many in a year. Is it that I'm getting jaded as I get older? I hope not. Anyway, it was nice to get out of the house so I shan't complain.

And yes. I'm joining in on the bigger picture trend sweeping through blogland. It had to be done :)

11 comments:

  1. Ha, I went to this a little while ago and really enjoyed it :)

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  2. i'm thrilled to see your pics a little bigger.

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  3. It looks great with larger pics! How did you do that?

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  4. Big pictures arge great !
    I am also very often disappointed by exhibitions nowadays... c'est la vie...

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  5. alice: there were bits that I liked but I was expecting so much more... I'm greedy! :0)

    trupeach: thanks, you rule the whole big picture thing though :0)

    hanne: thank you! it's a bit complicated, it involves re-writing the html code in the template, I had a friend help me. This looks like an easier option, hope it's useful to you.

    marion: merci! yes... what's up with the art world at the moment? btw, loved your post of that beautiful public bath place... wow.

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  6. those shoes are a piece of art...

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  7. i would love to live in london!!! Bs as is a good city to make a culture-trip!!!
    xxx
    lucia

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  8. very cool photos even if you didn't much care for the show. very bright and colorful

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  9. great photos, and nice to see them big :)

    i've recently started photoblogging again after changing the code to my page - no layout change, but you can click on the photos to see them big ;)

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  10. That first picture is hot!

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  11. oh the little cupboard of triangles looks cute.

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