Visit to Tate Modern & etc

It all started by following bright orange Tate Modern directional street lights outside Southwark Tube Station.

In Tate Modern there was William Kentridge’s installation about Bolshevism.

Then we visited William Klein and Daido Moriyama exhibition.

Amongst William Klein’s great work, Muhammad Ali’s poster stood out for me. I liked the bollywood feel of it.

I really liked Daido Moriyama’s approach to his photography but the footage of his story was the highlight for me, and luckily i found the same video online aswell.

After Tate Modern we planned to visit few galleries. Here is a glimpse of my friends while crossing the bridge…

…and the rest of it!

On our way we met OBEY…

I was in love with NOBROW the moment i entered the store. Everywhere it was filled with art and was really inspirational.

Next gallery was KK outlet…

 Where i thoroughly enjoyed reading ‘SHIT LONDON’

On our way back we entered a gallery where i saw these stunning giant size painted canvases like grunge book covers.

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