Wednesday, 23 June 2010

Arts Ahead 22-29 June from Londonist

The list of things I'm missing out on this week is running high:
And the reason?

It's wedding season. Between the Saturday just gone and the coming Friday, I'm attempting to conserve my energy for yet another stonkingly long day full of fun, excitement and ultimately knackering socialising. I've also spent time buying a hat. Cilla would be proud.

And on Monday, it's all about being a good daughter-in-law to-be with a trip to the Royal Albert Hall to see my future father-in-law sing. Hurrah.

If, unlike me, you're feeling adventurous this week, here's a list of what's happening in the coming week:
It's all kicking off in the art world this week. There's the BP Portrait Award opening on Thursday at the National Portrait Gallery, Wolfgang Tillmans' London-inspired art at the Serpentine Gallery from Saturday, and Fiona Banner's Duveens Commission will be unveiled at Tate Britain on Monday.
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Image: Harry by Michael Gaskell. One of the shortlisted works for the BP Portrait Award 2010

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