Now this little boy made me laugh as I overhead him saying 'Mum, mum this isn't art'
I must admit I don't think I've ever seen any Koons in the flesh before but I loved the bright, shiny surface of this.
Great for close ups
though guessing it's not as innocent as you first imagine....
I love galleries that let you photograph. I think I've said before that my way of interacting with exhibitions is by photographing it.
sneeky shot of OH as well as being a gallery shot
I love the texture of this. OH and I recon it must have been inspired by a painting though we were also a bit rubbish and failed to read any of the blurb they gave out at the start.
Wasn't sure about basketballs floating but everyone wants to photograph.
Oh hello again. Overhead shot of the not so innocent blue balloon just incase you didn't get what I was hinting at before ;)
It wasn't all sculpture. Here is some of the paintings though I'm not sure I like it. Do I sound like a prude? I'm not really but I just couldn't relate to this
This, however made me smile if that's the right response in a modern art gallery
Wasn't sure about this but did like the way people were interacting with it
I thought I saw a puddy cat....
I think this was my favourite piece.
Another painting though nope, sorry, still no idea what it's meant to be.... I'm rubbish at interpreting art - I have two settings - either it makes me smile or it doesn't....
You could also stop off at Pharmacy 2, bar / restaurant. We gave it a miss but I did take a quick snap
We'd gone to the gallery by bus via Kennington but figured we would walk back to Vauxhall. Here we were doing the Vauxhall Walk which is just up from the Lambeth Walk
The clouds were looking ominus adding to the drama.
Also spotted some signage from a bygone era
As well as these glorious irises which were huge.... And that's it! A great afternoon and it was free. Even better!!