I have grouped this card in a way which I hope makes it easier to read, although the past in this instance seem more of foreign country than in most cases.
The main reason I went to Turner Contemporary was to get a final look at the exhibition – JWM Turner Adventures in Colour. This runs for another week the final day being Sunday 8th January, but I seem to have other commitments during the rest of the time it’s on for.
If you haven’t seen it yet I strongly recommend making the effort during the next week as it’s a very good one.
The next Turner exhibition there is called Liber Studorium on the gallery’s website, vide https://www.turnercontemporary.org/exhibitions/liber-studorium and starts on the 28th January, this translates from the latin as – the stud book with the edge.
To begin with I thought this would be an exhibition of Turner’s erotica, see http://thanetonline.blogspot.co.uk/2012/05/erotic-art-exhibition-at-turner.html I had hoped that some of the Turners Ruskin allegedly burnt had appeared and there would be a first and possibly only showing in Margate.
However it seems this is to be an exhibition of prints of his work, and as his erotica – bonfire or no bonfire, never made it into being engravings, I am beginning to wonder if the gallery really meant to write Liber Studiorum which translates as – studies book.
As you can see we are running wild in the bookshop http://michaelsbookshop.blogspot.co.uk/2016/12/running-wild-in-bookshop.html