The Battle for Trafalgar begins (fourth plinth)

As I wrote previously in this post, Yinka Shonbare’s Nelson’s Ship in a Bottle occupies the fourth plinth at moment in Trafalgar Square London UK.  Six other artist have been shortlisted and shall battle it out for the prestigious fourth plinth place when Shonibare has vacated it.  Who shall be the victor? Among the artist are British artistsContinue reading “The Battle for Trafalgar begins (fourth plinth)”

Happy 10th Birthday Tate Modern!

The month of May is nearly over and I cannot let it pass without wishing Tate Modern a Happy 10th Birthday.  I have been to the Tate Modern many times and seen quite a few exhibitions.  The Tate Modern galleries are built  in the space of Bankside Power station which closed in 1981 and the buildingContinue reading “Happy 10th Birthday Tate Modern!”

Transcription: ‘Snow White and her Stepmother’ by Paula Rego, page 50

Continuing with my transcription of Paula Rego’s ‘Snow White and her Stepdaughter’ page 50 This page continues from the sinster shadow theatre, where I explored the similarities of Katherina Fritsch’s Rattenkonig (Rat King 1993 – 1994) with page 49 I then linked this with Robert Browning’s poem ‘The Pied Piper of Hamelin’.  Imagination can playContinue reading “Transcription: ‘Snow White and her Stepmother’ by Paula Rego, page 50”