This last time in London I programmed to visit the Lowry exhibition at the Tate Britain
I chose a rainy morning as it was the perfect weather for a museum visit but I really couldn’t have made a better choice as when I came out and found myself in front of the Thames under the falling rain I felt as I was walking inside a Lowry painting.
I really fell in love with this british artist that catched in his paintings all the poetry of the urban daily life of the industrial britain: be sure not to miss this great exhibition that is going on until the 20th October
//images: Littlelulu _ //1 ‘An accident’, 1926 [ Manchester City Galleries Collection © The estate of L.S.Lowry ] _ //2 ‘A street scene/St.Simon’s Church’, 1928 [ The L.S. Lowry Collection © The estate of L.S. Lowry ] _ //3 ‘Piccadilly Circus’, 1960 [ Private Collection © The estate of L.S. Lowry ]
trough the Contemporary Collection hosted on the 4th level of the Centre Pompidou
//1_a friend interacting with wall artwork
//2_at the end of the main corridor, the installation “We Stopped Just Here At The Time” by Ernesto Neto has replaced the giant mushroom by Carsten Holler
//3_I love the simplicity of these paintings… unfortunately I lost all my little notes and I can’t remember the artist’s name: please let me know if you recognize it!
After almost a year I went visiting the Père Lachaise Cemetery back again the last two following weekends