Come mid-September the Barbican is due to host this astounding collection of photography. The 1960's and 70's saw the world changing at an increasingly fast pace and what better way to capture it than the evolving median. During this time photography moved to the forefront of modern art as people started to take serious notice of the importance of works. This exhibition allows a peek at life in the two decades which we look forward to experiencing soon.
La Linda appears to be Uruguay's best kept secret. The building is architecturally clean cut. The walls have a concrete finish and when mixed with the simple raw timber, the space is precise and relatively bare. The edible delights are cooked in the beautifully detailed wood fire oven. Light pours in through ample windows, allowing all emphasis to be put on their fine works of art - the food!
We're sure these photo's will leave you feeling the same way as us - wishing Uruguay was a little bit closer!
As far as holiday locations go, Villa Drakothea epitomises the dream. The architecture based in tradition, whilst encompassing a luxurious and comfortable finish. With the sun beaten raw wooden furniture and clean white finished walls, we can almost taste the meditation air. Idyllic.