Street art and galleries in London

Street art and galleries in London
Things to do in London

Finding Art on Millennium Bridge

So many times in London I have to remind myself to look up and appreciate the magic of the city. I’m usually so busy using my elbows to battle my fellow commuters (I have perfected my technique), music loud and footpath focused that I miss out on the beauty of London. Except that is when […]

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Street art and galleries in London
Travel

The art of psychology and a tunnel of tape

I didn’t want this Paris trip to be an endless bunfight in art galleries. I love the art and the amazing spaces in Paris, but fighting with a thousand other tourists to get a two second look at a panting is just not my scene. So on this trip I limited myself to just one […]

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Street art and galleries in London
Things to do in London

The Art of the Brick: a lego art mash-up

I seem to have found myself on Brick Lane three Saturdays in a row. Not deliberately of course, but things like that seem to happen when you live in London; in this wide expanse of city you keep returning to the same familiar spots without thinking. After walking past the ‘Art of the Brick’ three […]

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Street art and galleries in London

Something so oh so Kiwi about the Auckland Art Gallery

Y’all know I’m a gallery ghost, so what was a trip home without a visit to the Auckland Art Galley. It may not be as grand or old as some of the European galleries, but somehow walking through those doors just feels like home. The gallery was expanded a few years ago, where they managed […]

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Street art and galleries in London
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Brick Bay – art and wine in one

I personally think Brick Bay is one of the coolest spots in Kiwi land. It is a vineyard just a little further along the road from Matakana, and not only is it a good spot to drink a few glasses and try one if their cheese boards but it also has a very cool art […]

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Street art and galleries in London
Travel

The Wallace Collection, Auckland’s hidden gallery

My trip to New Zealand wasn’t all about cafes*, I also went to the Wallace Collection. The Wallace collection is a private collection by Sir James Wallace that has been put on display in the beautiful surroundings of the Pah Homestead. Wallace has so far managed to accumulate over 5000 works of art , so it is […]

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