June Exhibition Visits

In June i’ve decided to visit as many exhibitions as possible for the sake of hope. Maybe meet new people and share opinions… this also helps in terms of art and design in history and the people that were in it.
So, here’s the list of exhibitions that i visited during the month of June:
JOHN BOCK – curve gallery
SURREAL HOUSE – barbican art gallery
HANDMADE – fortnum and mason
RAPE OF AFRICA DAVID LA  CHAPELLE – robilant and voena
THE INDIAN PORTRAITS – national portrait gallery
ALEX KATZ – national portrait gallery
BRIDGET RILEY PORTRAITS –  national portrait gallery
MARTIN MARGIELA – somerset house
ENCHANTED PALACE – kensington palace
I found most of them very interesting in various ways, didn’t exactly meet people and had good conversations, however i did share opinions about my subject with other university students and a few former models or models that are trying to make it in the industry.
Also, I had contacted the modeling agencies listed in my synopsis in late may early june and so far no one got back to me. I will be chasing them again!
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