My London diary has a lot to do with going to galleries and museums, contemplating at artworks that some of which I can only appreciate visually. However, one of the most exciting pieces of art showing in London right now is an exhibition of new and recent works by a 82-year-old German painter Gerhard Richter. Consisting of over 40 works, with important bodies of new ‘Strip’, ‘Flow’ and ‘Doppelgrau’ paintings, the show will also include a large glass sculpture and a selection of key earlier pieces. ‘Flow’ paintings suggest the gestural currents of enamel paint that have been frozen in motion at the moment Richter fixed a pane of glass directly to the surface of a painting in process on the floor – arresting a once fluid image at a precise chosen instance. His technique of pouring and manipulating paint captures a tension between chance versus the decisive gesture of the artist’s hand. And, while the glass face of each work serves to magnify the materiality of the paint, it also removes the element of direct tactility and undermines how …
ชื่อของตลาด Ropewalk Market นั้นอาจจะไม่เป็นที่คุ้นหูเท่าไรนักสำหรับคนต่างถิ่นเพราะมันไม่เคยมีอยู่ในไกด์บุ๊ค แต่สำหรับลอนดอนเนอร์ตัวจริงแล้ว Ropewalk market นั้นเป็นเหมือนจุดหมายลับๆประจำสุดสัปดาห์ ตลาดอาหารที่เต็มไปด้วยของอร่อย ในยามที่ East London เริ่มจะซ้ำซาก และก็ไม่อยากไปพบเจอมวลมหาประชานักท่องเที่ยวที่ Borough Market นั่นเอง
Dear diary, I’m back to London again in this October. It’s Autumn now but on Sunday the weather was so nice I need to get some walks under the sun. Marylebone High Street and its neighbourhood streets was a perfect place to wander around, as they are home for nice cafes, lovely furniture shops, one of world’s most beautiful bookstores, and quality fashion stores you won’t see in ordinary shopping streets.
London Fashion Week has passed a month ago but some of the most exciting works are still bubbling in my head. Luckily Steven had got a wristband pass for every of us in the studio so we can sneak into all showrooms in Somerset House, where the buyers and editors were coming to see the most exciting, latest design from young London designers. I got a chance to go observe them, here are some selected because of their new, innovative, and exciting creations ever.
On the street of London, I’m here in this vibrant city to observe and capture what editors, models, bloggers, and all the tryhards are wearing during the LFW Spring/Summer 2015 shows. There are few colours that captured the scene this season including the classic neutrals : black, white, earth tones (beige to olive). The most seen colour is various shades of Blue , from Baby to my favourite Navy. They came in mixed texture like knit, denim, with fray edges that go along well with leather fringes. Also, playful, vibrant patterns and surfaces which have always been a signature of London street style are still the most prominent in the scene. These are some of my favourites. Enjoy ! Photograph by Kamonnart Ongwandee Camera : Nikon D5300 + 24-105 mm lens