Wednesday, 15 June 2016

Snap #17

On Saturday, we headed up to Hyde Park
to see the new art installation outside the Serpentine Gallery.
This year's piece has been designed by Danish architect Bjarke Ingels
and is entitled 'Unzipped Wall.' 
 





Despite the weather being on the miserable side, it was still attracting a lot of attention.
Naturally, I would have preferred blue sky as a background to my photos,
but it was still worth a visit.
And it's free.

Helena has a new photographic theme for 2016:
 Snap, a visually linked group of 2 to 4 images.
You can see more Snap images here.

7 comments:

Patio Postcards said...

Certainly an interesting SNAP collection & best price in town ;)

Sian said...

An unzipped wall is certainly an interesting idea.

Sorry, I'll getback to you about the stickers when I can email again! Tiscali went down at lunchtime yesterday..since then I have received some messages but still can't send any

Liz said...

Interesting looking piece of art. On that close up it looks like Ikea cabinets bolted together!! xx

Carole R said...

That is one fantastic piece of art!

helena said...

jsut the kind of public art I love to see and great they let people get up close

Maggie said...

That looks really interesting. I bet the kids like it too.

Susanne said...

That is cool, glad you referred back to this post that I had somehow missed in your month in numbers post.

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