Somerset House (London): One Morning, 2 Exhibitions

Hello again. Here I come to tell you some more about my trip to London during the August bank holiday weekend, packed with culture. So on Saturday 29th me and my dad stopped by Somerset House, a nice Neoclassical building on the Strand in London – just crossing the river from Waterloo train station. As … More Somerset House (London): One Morning, 2 Exhibitions

The British Museum – through the Lens of a Camera pt. 3

Finally, my last batch of pictures taken at the British Museum on the 31st August 2015. These do not only follow some of these themes I have previously captured in the other images, but you may notice they insist on a topic I have been quite fond of as of late: the pre-Columbian cultures. As … More The British Museum – through the Lens of a Camera pt. 3

The British Museum – through the Lens of a Camera pt. 2

This is a continuation of my blog update from yesterday. The images you will see here are taken my by myself-probably very clumsy, in my walk around the British Museum on the 31st August 2015. Through Asia: Oriental Cultures in the British Museum So here I have gone around the rooms regarding China, Korea, Japan, … More The British Museum – through the Lens of a Camera pt. 2

The First World War at Bayonne and the Basque Country

As it happens for my mother’s birthday we went to the French Basque Country and visit Bayonne. There, they had a temporary exhibition called “La grande guerre, Bayonne et le pays Basques”- at the Musee Basque. So as we were there, it was pretty unique and our WW1 posts are ongoing, armed with this new … More The First World War at Bayonne and the Basque Country

Comics Unmasked: Art and Anarchy in the UK (2nd May – 19th August 2014)

On the 15th of march (2014) I went out on a research trip to London. My first stop of the day was at the British Library, an I must say it was probably the most rewarding experience of my research quest! The British Library was busy, as usual, although the exhibition was surprisingly quiet- I … More Comics Unmasked: Art and Anarchy in the UK (2nd May – 19th August 2014)

Review: The First Nottinghamshire Local History and Archaeology Day

Pen and paper in hand my dad and I found ourselves at 11am this morning seated in the Djanogly Recital Hall awaiting the beginning of a series of short lectures that opened the very first Local History and Archaeology day. Considering this is the first of its kind in my hometown, I figured I’d share … More Review: The First Nottinghamshire Local History and Archaeology Day