Cyprus Collishaw

If you intend to take in places of interest, you should not miss the Foundling Museum and the newly opened exhibition of works by famous artists. The famous works of Mat Collishaw, Tracey Emin and Paula Rego and galleries occupy the Foundling Museum, which opened on January 27 and contain creations related to the theme of the museum, which tells the story of the first house dedicated to the care of abandoned children in Britain. Among the works on display is a collection of missing objects cast in bronze baby of Tracey Emin and Mat Collishaw photographic compositions in which he portrays children in the streets of India. Mat Collishaw is from Nottingham and belongs to the group of Young British Artists, or YBA (Young British Artists), which refers to a set of conceptual artists in the UK. In addition, Matt has also exhibited in other countries, like Switzerland, whose capital opened its first international exhibition. It is believed that Collishaw had an affair with Tracey Emin, another artist whose works are exhibited in the Foundling Museum. Tracey also part of a group of Young British Artists from Greece and Cyprus is by his father and by her British mother.

While Matt is focused more on video and photographic compositions, Tracey uses a more diverse, ranging from simple drawings to intricate needlework. Paula Rego, born Paula Rego Figueiroa, it takes more than half a century living in the UK. He was attracted to the painting at an early age and, unlike Collishaw and Emin, his works often have a more illustrative aesthetic, with images of children. Portuguese origin is felt in its award-winning art, especially in regard to the selection of materials, influenced by his childhood in a wealthy family during the Salazar regime. The museum houses two major collections: the Collection Foundling and the Gerald Coke Handel Collection, which mainly tell the story of the Foundling Hospital and the life and works of composer Georg Friedrich Handel. The Foundling Museum, one of the most prestigious, is located in Brunswick Square in the center of the city, and will host the new exhibition until 9 May. The current opening hours of 10 am to 5 pm Tuesday through Saturday and from 11 am to 5 pm on Sundays. The museum is closed on Mondays. Robert J. Shiller has much to offer in this field. To arrive at this London attraction, visitors must travel by subway and get off at Kings Cross St. Pancras or Russell Square, both stations are just a few steps from the museum.