Camden market

Campden is one of the most famous open markets located in the historic Pickfords stables.  During my trip in London I had the chance to visit and explore the  numerous craft markets hidden in it.  Scrolling around the markets I found different of shops that had elements that remind of the bohemian style that I am working on.  Therefore,  I took some pictures of those that reflect the bohemian culture and grapped my attention.  A variety of colorful patterned scarves , bohemian chandeliers were displayed in the market.  Moreover,  the visit in the Camden offered my the opportunity to be a  few bohemian accessories and garments for the shoots.

 

Personal photographs by the author from the exhibition

  

Tate Modern Museum

During my daytrip in London I visited Tate Modern museum.  Tate hosts a variety of exhibitions such as “Media Networks”, “In the studio”, “Artists ans Society” and “Materials &Object” . I really enjoyed the “Media Networks ” as it has mainly focused on photography and installations that  I am keen to it. Moreover, since Pop art is one of my favorite art movements I liked a lot the section which was focued on the artwork of different pop artists like Andy Warhol and Liechtenstein. I find really intereseting the vivid bold color pallete that both artist use in their works.

Personal photographs by the author from the exhibition

 

Fashion & Textile museum ” Night &Day” 1930s

On the 10 of November I visited Fashion & Textile museum in London that hosted an exhibtion called  “Night& Day” during 1930s. It was about the fashion and photography of the period. As a perIod of design the 1930s saw of the excess of the Jass Age and the utilitarianism of World War II. That period was about hard-edged chic silhouettes inspired by Art Deco and Modern style.  The exhibton displayed pictures and outfits of celebrities of that era like Elinor Glyn and Fay Compton. I really liked the style of that period which ws all about velvet,sequins,lame excessive dresses combined with elegant accessories like umbrellas and hats. Moreover, during that time Vogue Magazine was a great source of inspration but meanwhile a birth of new variety of women’s magazine aimed at a different class of readers. I really liked the display of the covers of the new pioneering of the time magazines.

                                            Personal photographs by the author from the exhibition.