Apologies for a little break in blogging. I’m back and determine to write more often and hopefully provide you with more inspirations.
I wrote about Barbican Centre before. It’s one of these places in London, I’m naturally drawn to and love coming back.
They currently have an excellent exhibition called Contructing Worlds: Photography and Architecture in the Modern Age. The showcase presents eighteen talented photographers from the 1930s to the present day who have changed the way we view architecture. My favourite photographs were taken by Julius Shulman who popularised Californian mid-century houses. I would love to live in one of them one day, don’t you?
If you are in the area, go for a walk through a charming Bunhill Fields. It has a long history as a burial ground (no ghosts spotted) and looks exceptionally beautiful at this time of the year.
Have you been to the Barbican Centre recently? Have you seen the exhibition?
Have a lovely week Everyone!