Royal College of Art The Great Exhibition (London) Reviews
Description:Summer Show 2007. The Show at the Royal College of Art is the culmination of the postgraduate students' studio work and ... more
Royal College of Art The Great Exhibition (London) ... research: a series of individual exhibitions; a glimpse into the ideas factory of the College itself; an opportunity to open our doors to the public; a public testing of research ideas; and a calling card on behalf of all these talented exhibitors who are in the process of launching themselves into their various professional worlds.
Newest Review: ... garden shed. The lady inside stood with a huge blob of heavy plaster in her hands amongst a mass of polaroids showing other people doing the same. “Take one” she cried enthusiastically, “they’re meant to be held!” There were several, Dad took a smooth grey one, while mine was more yellowing with the texture of a rounded barnacle. Surprised at the weight of it, I sat down on a seat provided ... more
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by - written on 21/06/07, updated on 22/06/07 (Very useful, 254 readings)
Well, it seems Dooyoo have been up to speed today and added this in the nick of time! I apologise for the drama of my title, but this isn’t on for long and if you can possibly go, you shouldn’t miss it. This week sees the 150th anniversay of the Royal College of Art, which was founded from the proceeds of the original Great Exhibition held in Hyde Park in 1851. I’ve always had a certain interest in this, it sounds like it must have been a Victorian version of the Ideal Home Show, the Crystal Palace filled with all those wonders of modern design. Very appropriately, the 2007 Royal College of Art Summer Show is being held in a marquee on the very spot where the ... Read the complete review
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