The show features different patterned prints, and revolves around a female character who moves between each print. Pretty great concept, right?
The only show I’ve been to since I’ve moved to London was the very obvious Damien Hirst at the Tate, but there are tons of galleries and museums I’m looking to explore (I’m looking at you, White Cube, Serpentine, and Barbican).
Not to mention that the V&A has just announced a giant David Bowie retrospective that’s set to open next March. This exhibit is expected to put my past experiences with Bowie tributes to shame, specifically those that took place in Atlanta between the years of 2004 and 2008 (above-bed Bowie tribute, photography, freshman dorm room, 2004; Best of Bowie video display, apartment 2416 living room, 2007-2008).
Unfortunately it doesn’t open until March, but a Google Calendar reminder has already been created for this so we won’t be missing it.
A bonus about the museums here: general admission is free. I’m used to $20 entry fees at MOMA soo that’s cool.