Sunday, 15 September 2013

OUR WEEKLY PROCRASTINATION




Photos: The Procrastinator (some) Times. On the second one you can see one of my favorite illustrations called "Perv".

We visited Jean Jullien's exhibition La Plage, on Beach London the opening day and we found fresh fish (nice touch!), fresh ginger beer, and a really nice series of limited-edition prints that in a humorous way portrait that one thing that must of us are not going to experience in the next 8 months: beach life. More info about La Plage here.


Also, this past Wednesday we head down to the Southbank Centre to see Limbo and we absolutely loved it. The performers were absolutely awesome and personally, I really enjoyed the music. Nice old-days feeling show that you should definitely see, even it you can only buy the 'cheap' tickets. The venue is small enough to be able to have a good view of everything from pretty much everywhere, just be a bit earlier to chose your sits.  For specific details have a look at our To Do List. We have no photos because cameras were not allowed.





 Photo: Tate Liverpool & The Procrastinator (some) Times.

Finally, in our Weekly Procrastination we visited the Tate Liverpool that is presenting over a hundred works from their collection in a very interesting way. The DLA Piper Series: Constellations explores connections between major works including Barbara Kruger, Marina Abramovic, Jonas Mekas, Man Ray, Picasso, Christo and Francis Alys, across art history, arranging them in nine ‘constellations’. This exhibition on two floors of the gallery, "offer a fresh way of viewing and understanding artworks through correspondences rather than chronological narrative". If you happen to be in Liverpool I think is worth a visit. More info here.

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