|Damien Hirst at Tate Modern|
Lullaby, the Seasons 2002 (detail) Picture from Tate.org.uk
All in all, having been very sceptical about the Damien Hirst exhibition, I found myself defending him quite passionately as an artist afterwards. Mind you, the positive attitude to the exhibition was, I’m sure much affected by the view of St Paul’s Cathedral against the darkening London sky. How could you not think anything but beautiful thoughts when faced with these views (even when it was spitting with rain)?
|The Shard as seen from The Millennium Bridge|
|St Paul’s Cathedral from the Millennium Bridge|
|St Paul’s Cathedral a little closer up|
|The Millennium Bridge and Tate Modern beyond.|