It's been a few cold days here in London but I've braced myself and I finally made it to some exhibitions before they closed today! Hooray!
Friday I went to see Zaha Hadid: Early paintings and drawings at The Serpentine. I really wanted to see this as I became fascinated by her paintings after watching a documentary on her a while back. To get there I had a long walk in Hyde park and by the lake (it was pretty cold!). I definitely don't allow myself enough time to go walking out and about so I really appreciated it and the odd snowflakes that were falling!
Saturday afternoon I went to see Anselm Kiefer - Walhalla at the White Cube Bermondsey. There was a big queue but it moved pretty fast and I'm really happy I went. I'd read varying reviews of the exhibition but I really loved it. Especially the huge paintings. Such fantastic colours and textures. I've often missed exhibitions in the past because I haven't made time to go and I'm determined not to let that happen anymore!
By the Serpentine. I didn't envy them!
Have a lovely week, I'll be back soon :)