The exhibition ”Kunst for alle” is celebrating it´s 10th years anniversary. And maybe that is the reason why so much very interesting art has found its way to the exhibition? The exhibition is being held in “Ridehuset” in Aarhus.
If you are in the neighbourhood you still have the chance to visit the exhibition. Today is the last day. It is on-going until 6 pm. Today
I went to see the exhibition yesterday and took a lot of photos with my iPhone.
I´ve picked out some of the artists/artworks that I liked.
Kuler is an Adobe page, that provides you with great possibility’s to make your own color palette. By using a color circle you can find the colors you want to use, and the scheme beneath the circle will give you the codes of your chosen colors. It is really cool and you can spend a lot of time playing with the colors, and it might even help you with your artworks.
I love London, it is a city of diversity, a city with opportunities, and it is a city full of life. You see the contrasts of life, the homeless who are selling “The Big Issue”, the “Occupy London” movement, and you find stores selling the most expensive clothing’s.
One of the things I love about London is the free entrance to all the museums. I went to see The National Portraits Gallery; in here you find the diversity as well. You see the very old and classic paintings that tell the story of the British Empire such as “The Anti-Slavery Society Convention, 1840” Painted by Benjamin Robert Haydon. And you find the very fine portraits done by Andy Warhol.
I went to the area around St. Pauls Cathedral where the “Occupy London” has build up a tent camp. The Occupy movement is very interesting, and I hope it will grow into a strong and worldwide movement. We need to set focus on the global eco-nomic and the worldwide social justice.
And as you can see at the photos I also found time to visit Covent Garden, where street artists perform for a engaged audience.