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Tate Modern Exhibition - Southbank - London

I was blessed to have a long weekend in London from 24th to the 28th November 2016 to celebrate the occasion of my eldest daughter's marriage.  This gave me the opportunity during the weekend to make a brief visit, to an exhibition at Tate Moder...
by Travel Tales on Dec 1, 2016

The new Tate Modern opens in London

I've been watching the extension to the Tate Modern grow for the last 5 years, seeing the twisted pyramidal shape emerge as the exterior changed from a white cladding to a brick lattice which matches yet is different from the original Tate.  The...

Sol LeWitt: Unaufhaltsame Karriere durch Kunst mit logischer Struktur

Sol LeWitt hat sich als Jugendlicher unter fachkundiger Anleitung mit Kunst beschäftigt, er hat ab 1945 Kunst studiert, mehrere Jahre unter Künstlern verschiedenster Fachgebiete gearbeitet, er hat in seinem dritten Lebensjahrzehnt begonnen, Kunst z...

Getting A Kick Out Of Picasso

New improved Story about Picasso. Fully edited and proof read, almost all spellings corrected. Don't miss this offer. 'Getting A Kick Out Of Picasso' is out now. Continue reading →...
by Sitting Comfortably? on Sep 6, 2014

Getting A Kick Out Of Picasso

New improved Story about Picasso. Fully edited and proof read, almost all spellings corrected. Don't miss this offer. 'Getting A Kick Out Of Picasso' is out now. Continue reading →...
by Sitting Comfortably? on Sep 6, 2014

Diário de Viagem: Londres Week #2

Funny Girl - Funny Girl | Sua melhor amiga com dicas sobre moda e entretenimento! DAY 8 A semana começou bem movimentada aqui na terra da Rainha! Fui até o pier de Westminster e comprei um passeio de barco para Greenwich! Dica: quem tiver o Oyster...
by Funny Girl on Jul 15, 2014

DO: Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, England

SHAKESPEARE’S GLOBE THEATRE, LONDON, ENGLAND www.shakespearesglobe.com Cost: £5 - £40+ ‘I wonder that you will still be talking. Nobody marks you.’ - Much Ado About Nothing (1.1.104) General information The theatre is the third G...
by Travelling With YeoMomma on May 19, 2014

Lady at the Matisse Cut-Outs Exhibition

It’s an exciting week for London! The city is abuzz with anticipation for the four-day Easter bank holiday weekend, and seemingly everyone has big plans. But there’s something to look forward to even before school lets out: the opening of...
by A Lady in London on Apr 14, 2014

England: June 18 – 28; June 30 – July 4, 2011

St. Albans & London & Oxford & Lake District & Grasmere & Alnwick & Windsor The London Underground is never late Shakespeare Globe Theatre: Much Ado About Nothing - buy a standing ticket and experience it like most people wo...
by Travelling With YeoMomma on Mar 30, 2014

LONDON FASHiON WEEK iMPRESSiONEN – PART 2

meine fashion week in der britischen hauptstadt bestand zu ungefähr gleichwertigen teilen und mode und aus essen. dokumentiert habe ich das für euch im zweiten teil des bunten potpourris aus meinen eindrücken. von burberry bis bagel…ähnlich...
by nevereverever.me on Feb 20, 2014

Tate modern, Cracking Safe Code At Bank Of England Museum, River Thames Barrier Day Trip Experience

Thoughts again? I was living in full of thoughts again for today's outing although I know it is not good to "self sabotage" myself in some way. During the morning, I bought the £8.90 off-peak daily travel card that is usable at 9.30am to 4am and aft...
by A Growing Teenager Diary on Dec 30, 2013

A Selection Of The Best Hotels In London With Family Rooms

    London is one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations with more than 27 million overnight-stay visitors from pretty much every country in the world going there every year. A huge number of these tourists are families who...
by Which Hotel 4 Me on Dec 4, 2013

How much can you squeeze into a day and a half in London?

As you'll know from my bio I offer private tours of London for small groups and they all want to see loads of stuff in London without feeling like they have been rushed from one place to the next. So, I though I would share with you my most recent to...

Playing With Meaning - A Tate Modern Course - Oct - Nov. 2013

Playing with Meaning Tate Modern, East Room Mondays 21 October – 25 November 2013, 18.45–20.15 £140, concessions available Book now Led by Nigel Warburton author of The Art Question and A Little History of Philosophy. Works of art have meanings,...
by Virtual Philosopher on Jul 20, 2013

LONDON: WHAT CAUGHT MY EYE ON A JAUNT TO SEE LIGHT SHOW @ HAYWARD

A quick roundup of The Light Show at the Hayward Gallery in London and a selection of photographs of what caught my eye whilst hanging around Embankment...
by OurWorldMyEye on Jun 28, 2013

'Art', Quiz Nights and Global Cooling

It's been a while but the time has come for yet another literary eruption of opinion, prompted by a rather eventful weekend, including (bet you can't guess from the title) art galleries, a quiz night and some bloody cold temperatures - "brassic" as m...
by A Comical Take On Life on Mar 27, 2013

WILLIAM KLEIN & DAIDO MORIYAMA, TATE MODERN

This current exhibition at Tate Modern presents, in a dual-retrospective, work by American photographer and filmmaker William Klein, and Japanese …Continue reading »...
by RedD Forum on Mar 8, 2013

Birthday Celebrating in London

[singlepic id=7802 w=580 h=255 float=]Best things to do in London! Mark's Bar, Tate Modern, Harrods, Afternoon Tea at Ritz, West End and many more. London has it all, from best brunches and fine dinning to superb nightlife!
by My Travel Affairs on Jan 30, 2013

48 Hours in London: The Value Hunter’s Gourmet Stopover

With so many amazing places to eat Londoners and by extension, us tourists, were really spoilt for choice. I’d never been to London before so given we had a mere 48 hours or 6 precious meals to have in London, we’d amassed a great spreads...
by The Gourmet Forager on Dec 20, 2012

London for art lovers

We may be biased because London is our home but we feel it's one of the best cities in the world for Art lovers. London's place on the world's art scene has long been established, and its huge range of art galleries, museums and creative spaces means...
by Globalgrasshopper on Dec 17, 2012


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