Hello everyone! It's been over a year since I've blogged anything and I thought it's about time I get back into it since I've been taking a lot more photos wherever I go these days. To kick off my new blogging era, I'm sharing my first visit to the White Cube in Bermondsey.
White Cube looks like an ordinary brick building from the outside but once you enter, you are greeted with this aesthetically pleasing, geometrically lit hall way the leads you to all the exhibitions on show.
My favourite exhibition is displayed in the South Galleries, Smoke On the Bottom by Larry Bell. His work is very simplistic and minimalist, but there was something about his work that brings out a discussion, probably because there is so many ways it can be interpreted.
The most interactive and photogenic room, is the one with some free standing glass/faded mirrored glass placed in 6 square formations. Everyone in the room could not stop staring at these glasses/mirrors cause one minute you're in the reflection and the next, you're looking at someone who may or may not be able to see you depending on which glass they are behind.
You can still catch Bell's show until 18th of June, read more about his work over on the White Cube website.
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I'm usually pretty skeptical when visiting exhibitions but I thoroughly enjoyed my visit to the White Cube. It was a great space filled with a lot of great aesthetics. Everywhere I looked was a photograph ready to be captured, it was almost like a photographer's heaven!
I hope you enjoyed this post as much as I enjoyed the day. Thank you for reading and I'll see you in the next one!
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