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Bridget Riley in Tate Britain, London

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#1 Jaana Heino

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Posted 29 June 2003 - 11:36 PM

In today's Helsingin sanomat, there was a story about an art exhibit of Bridget Riley's work in Tate Britain, London. The pictures of her work in the newspaper make me excited about paintings in a way that is not very typical for me (I usually regard visual arts with an indifferent and ignorant 'a-ha, nice picture'). Somehow the space and light and movement they created reminded me of dance. And mathematics. And other good, peace-of-mindy things. :)

Has anyone seen the exhibit? Or others by the same artist? And wants to tell me about the experience?

I think it's extremely irresponsible and unfair to print such an interesting article about something that is in London in a newspaper in Helsinki - do they have any idea what it costs to fly to London? :D

#2 grace


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Posted 30 June 2003 - 01:47 AM

...do they have any idea what it costs to fly to London?  

- a LOT less than it costs to fly from australia! ~ nevertheless: my sympathies, jaana. :rolleyes:

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