24.10.10

Every Day is a Good Day

It's the title of the exhibition we went to see today, at Kettle's Yard.
An exhibition of the visual art of John Cage.
I could only managed to take a shot before I was caught redhanded by the gallery attendant
and it's not even a good one...
But here you can find more info and if you live nearby my advice is don't miss it.
As a matter of fact I liked it so much that I will go back to see it again.







10 comments:

karin said...

I don't know that work of him. But it makes me curious.

Lilli said...

John Cage was a new name to me, but found some extraordinary prints of his just now; he seems to have been a multitalent, indeed!
Wanted to thank you for sharing your thoughts and experience with family... made me teary-eyed and nod my head. I'm sure it will be ok now, finally; I look to the future for comfort. Thank you, friend.

christel said...

Unfortunatly, I'm too fait to visit this exhibition. The last picture you take is just marvellous! A postcard would be so great !

Ola said...

I love the title - it's the best life's motto ever :)

Kylie said...

Ooops! I've had that happen to me too ;) I saw his work at the Contemporary art museum in Barcelona over the xmas holidays - so sublime... Thanks for reminding me :) Kx

helicopter6 said...

I'm quite familiar with john's artwork, music and writing. He's an inspiring inspiring force(!), and I'm so very jealous I can't see this show. Thank you for posting.

kristina - no penny for them said...

sounds so good. wish i could go.

at swim-two-birds said...

would like to see his work in real! love the title too

kavka said...

I'd like to thank you for the post Inspiring Places. I had no idea of existing this place and now I can sit in front of my computer having such an interesting tour around that beautiful house without leaving my place – it's great ;-)

Jacqui Dodds said...

Wow - thank you Alessandra for posting about this exhibition. I have been thinking about seeing this for a while now and hope to catch it somewhere in the country as it is a touring exhibition. I have bought the book of the exhibition and can only look at the work in there until I see it for real.