Wednesday, 30 August 2006

County Hall Gallery

Salvador Dalí - Profile of TimeTomorrow sees the opening of a one-week exhibition by Czech artist Teri Varhol at County Hall Gallery, London. At £5.00, don't bother. Worth1000 entrants produce digital art that is far superior to the gloomy rubbish shown on the Gallery website. If "Varhol is in the vanguard of young Czech artists" then Czech art is in big trouble. Try the Dalí Universe instead. This permanent exhibition has been going strong since the summer of 2000 and attracts over 250,000 visitors a year, despite its insane admission price of £12. And silver surfers £10! No way!

1 Comments:

At 31/8/06, Blogger Jacoblog said...

Sorry Coxsoft - been too busy to comment - missed lots of good news I see!

I agree worth1000 has some great stuff on there.

By the way; I'm sure you know that Munch's paintings have been recovered!

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/entertainment/5303200.stm

 

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