Friday, 24 June 2011

Photography: V&A permanent exhibition

 I always enjoy a trip to the V&A- even though by now I know all the exhibits by heart.
This time I decided to take unusual shots of some of my favourite sculptures from the V&A permanent collection.

I love the way light, shadow and framing can make stone statues look very much alive.
Moreover, some extreme close-ups can even show powerful feelings: the woman above-   
      melancholy, sculpture underneath- lust.



This is a typical Victorian 'pose': something between melancholy and pensiveness. 
I wonder if artists ever realized those feelings look awkward on a 6 year old child?

 A shot from the gift shop- even that looks atmospheric!

Crazy-wonderful glass installation, marking the main entrance.

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