Tim Walker, “Wonderful Things” Exhibition at the V&A, London

Posted: January 23, 2020 in Art, Photography
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An immersive journey into the fantastical worlds created by photographer Tim Walker. Take a backstage look at the creative process of one of the world’s most inventive photographers through his pictures, films, photographic sets, and special installations – including ten new series of photographs influenced by the V&A’s collections.


Lacoste of Living 🐊

(…also known as Philip learning the hard way not to leave his fashion unattended.)

The V&A, London. You can tell it’s not the V&A Dundee because there’s actual art on the walls.

Theseus giving whole new meaning to riding the bull.

Netsuke

David’s modesty. The story goes that on her first encounter with the cast of ‘David’ at the Museum, Queen Victoria was so shocked by the nudity that a proportionally accurate fig leaf was commissioned. It was then kept in readiness for any royal visits, when it was hung on the figure using two strategically placed hooks.

Candy Crush

Queen Victoria’s sapphire and diamond coronet.

Ew, David.

He’s seen bigger.

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