Art Dog from Beyond the Frame blog has already warned me that the present RA Summer Exhibition is a bit of a ho-hum. But still, I came to see it with my favorite gallery buddy B who, fortunately was a member of RA and thus could bring me along without paying the usual fee. The Coloring Book sculpture by Jeff Koons was there to greet me and what was specially striking was its vibrant colours and apparent transparency which seemed to uplift the traditional and conservative RA courtyard. I am glad that Mr Koons is still creating intriguing works of art until today.
Inside the show, the first thing that struck me was the hanging sculpture of Antony Gormley and Tony Cragg´s sculpture but B led me to other rooms first and told me to save the best for last. There were several rooms of paintings from amateur Read More »
For several months, I had been sending my CV for internship positions even if I was already way way too old to be one. I figure, no one is too old in this field especially because it is probably the only platform where people are allowed to aim for limitless possibilities - and so I thought that yeah it´s still a very open industry. Read More »