Travel Diaries, Serpentine Gallery London

Happy fri-yay Beauties!

If you appreciate modern art like I do, today’s post will surely appeal to your art senses. I visited the Serpentine Gallery earlier this month. It’s located in Hyde park, central London.


The exhibition on display by Michael Craig-Martin is named ‘Transience. It is a collection of life-size pictures of very modern 21st century objects ( such as smart phones, french fries, batteries, laptops e.t.c.) painted in bright neon colours. The contrast was increased even more by lining the edges of the objects drawn with thinly cut black tape. See all the pictures I made below. All photos were taken with my phone (iPhone 6s).




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I really enjoyed the exhibition, I loved the high colour contrast on each picture, the clean method of display. My fave has to be the green french fries picture. It was like a breathe of fresh air, not going to ever eat green fries though. The exhibition runs from 25 Nov 2015 to 14 Feb 2016. For more info see here. The gallery is 11 minutes walk from Lancaster Gate station.

 Serpentine Gallery
Kensington Gardens, London W2 3XA, United Kingdom

See you in February,

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