Tag Archives: Southbank Arts Centre

Umbrellas

There haven’t been many opportunities for image capture this month so I’ve gone back exactly a year for today’s image. It’s raining this morning so it’s apt that the image I’ve chosen features umbrellas – lots of them. This is … Continue reading

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Phlegm at Southbank

Tucked back from the Thames at Southbank, above ground on a walkway behind the QE Hall, you will find a classic work by Phlegm the well-known Sheffield Artist. It’s not easy to photograph, because being above ground it is impossible … Continue reading

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Grems at Southbank

There’s a superb new art work at Southbank. You’ll find it on the side wall behind the Mexican restaurant Wahaca. The colours are vibrant, the painting precise, the content fascinating and deftly interwoven. It’s by Grems – a French graphic … Continue reading

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The Visual Backdrop

For 40 years, the Undercroft on Southbank in London has been home to Skateboarders. It’s an iconic site where physical skill meets street art. Recently this site has been under significant threat due to a £120 million redevelopment scheme for … Continue reading

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At the end of the Passageway

The image today is a type of image that has been shot so many times before, that it has become hackneyed; and your immediate reaction may be: ‘Oh No, not another…’ But faced with a classic passageway and a figure … Continue reading

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Scaling the Wall

The Southbank Centre, London is a huge, vibrant Arts centre for music, theatre, the visual arts and more. It has a rather austere exterior appearance. But search, and you will find sculpture, and other neat touches that soften the concrete … Continue reading

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