Tuesday, 25 June 2019

The Hepworth (again)



I made another visit to The Hepworth gallery in Wakefield to see an exhibition. After being a little unsure at first as to whether I liked its architecture, over the years I've come to view it as a most exciting building, uncompromising in its starkness and yet full of subtle light and shade, both within and without. For once, it was quite a decent day for photos, though the brightest light is always behind its 'best side'. Somehow, it always manages to look more like an architect's drawing than an actual, real building. (Click the 'Hepworth' label below for posts I've done about it in the past.)



4 comments:

  1. It somehow reminds me of the exercises in drawing perspective that my old art teacher used to have us do when our "creative energy" was getting out of hand!

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  2. Your pictures make me appreciate its subtleties

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  3. I've always liked it when you have shown it. Today's pics are wonderful, Jenny!

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  4. It works. Sometimes a building requires time to get used to.

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