This weekend was the 10th anniversary of the Tate Modern. As a celebration they had a mini festival and group installation exhibition, No Soul For Sale. Went to check it oot with Gracie Cheeks and her Auntie MJ. The turbine hall had been turned into an adult sized play pit. Artists from all over the world had about 2meters squared to do what ever they wanted. Amazing pictures, stories, videos, performances... but the best bits were the tactile interactive parts... A forest of paper ribbons and the whirlwind snowstorm of stickers saying LOCAL ARTIST.
Rather hooked on the double jacket combo at the moment. Last week I was hot for denim/leather, this week it's a love affair between the denim and the vintage woolen Adidas jacket. This button up woolen Adidas jacket is from late 60's and is my single most treasured item of clothing. I have never seen anything like it. And 100% hooked on the pattern pile up. Lots of different tartans and stripes on overload!
SNOWSTORM DES ARTISTES!!
Made friends with the little people. More museums should have stuff of this ilk. Sometimes museums are stuffy and awkward and people feel shy to use them. But with something like this everybody loses their inhibitions, you get involved and the museum feels like it's as much yours as everyone else's.
Cute brogues paired with psychedelic spirals aka stripes.
Bright Red Nana shoes from charity shop. Oh! And a new haircut!
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