Thursday, 15 November 2012

What's Wrong With RCA?

The Royal College of Art in London is blowing its own trumpet with a celebratory exhibition which opens tomorrow and limps along until 3 January 2013: The Perfect Place to Grow: 175 Years of the Royal College of Art (CLICK). The show features more than 350 works of art and design by over 180 RCA graduates and staff. The alumni include junk peddlers Henry Moore and Tracey Emin. The Telegraph sent a photographer and his girlfriend to the media preview and recorded some dire rubbish (CLICK). A Porsche 991 designed by Matthias Kulla and his team and David Mach's Spike, a cheetah made from hundreds of wire coat hangers, are as good as it gets. I can't see much to celebrate here, RCA.


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