Sunday, March 02, 2008

Kulchur 2

The Vanity Fair Portraits exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery is worth visiting although whoever laid out the room needs a good slapping, laying things out so as you enter the flow of the story encourages everyone to bottleneck into a narrow purpose-made corridor on the left? The NPG always gives the impression of being a large building that has been split in to too many small rooms and the staff always struggle to fit what they have in to the space. Vanity Fair Portraits should have been a bigger exhibition in a bigger room, from my limited number of visits I'm not sure the Gallery has that space.

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