Straight after our final Field Trip to the North of England, we went to London for the weekend and managed to see briefly yet another 2 exhibitions, giving us another examples of curation, exhibition space, and context.
Serpentine Gallery had very interesting exhibition on Zaha Hadid, completely changing my expectation on presenting architecture within gallery setting.
The gallery is located in the Hyde Park, so I asume that is the reason why there were such surprising number of people. It made me think that park experience must be linked to experiencing art, for majority of people.
A very quick visit to V&A, but so valuable when we found exhibition on changing design and changing world’s ideas: mostly on consumerism, status and globalisation.