To start off, I'd like to share some pics of an architecture exhibition I visited today...
Yup, today I went to the Jaroslav Fragner Gallery here in Prague. The focus of this relatively compact gallery is architecture which makes it perfect for an architecture nut like me. Actually, I haven't really 'been into' architecture for that long... my obsession started about 2 years ago, after I had visited a Jan Kaplický exhibition. And ever since then, I've been hooked! And even though I'm still a complete newbie when it comes to architectural theory, I wrote my Master's thesis on Nordic museum architecture.
But back to today's gallery visit. The current exhibition is called 'Blow Up - Some Projects by Bevk Perović Architects'. The 'blow up' part of the exhibition is not just a funky/wannabe-artsy term: it actually refers to the 'blown up' circular photographs which showcase some of the projects done by the Slovenian architects.
I really liked the simplicity of the exhibition. The projects were also super interesting (plus I got a 'Nordic' vibe from most of them - brownie points!!). After leaving the exhibition, I seriously felt like I'd love to live in a Bevk Perović apartment building. But maybe that was just my subconsciousness telling me it's time to find my own place.. :)
All in all, I had a really relaxing/educational day. There's so many interesting exhibitions I'd love to visit this month: this one is next on my list. The cultural abundance coupled with the awesomeness of autumn (I love love love autumn!) will surely make for a pretty cool October. Can't wait!