|Photography taking centre stage|
|Tillmans is great|
The range was great from Portraiture (including giants of the 20th Century like Richard Hamilton and Oscar Niemeyer) to landscape, pictures that were photographic collages and some that mirrored the abstract art that can be seen elsewhere in the gallery.
Another of the things I loved seeing was really big photographs you felt you could walk into, here was work that competed with the large canvases, work about the human condition, looking at issues like pollution but also great images shoeing the cosmos.
|Rather Black & White|
Quite different from The Radical Eye the collection of Elton John's that is also showing - this is (by its nature) about a collection and a collection of historic black and white photographs, some superb (like the Man Rays) but my criticism of it would be that it tells us a lot more about Elton than the wider world.
|Breaking my own rules today £67 50|
DoorsThis road seems to be connected to family from a Surrey Village (Lindfield) - the door looks like perhaps it has seen a bit of life.
|Yes it is 53 at the top of the door|