Visit London’s Art Exhibitions and stay in a London Serviced Apartment
London Serviced Apartments are a great alternative versus London Hotels due to the fifty percent increase in space and apartments can often work out thirty percent cheaper giving leisure and corporate customers real savings to their trip, you can contact the Serviced City Pads reservations team on 0844 335 8866 where a member of the team will be delighted to discuss your London Accommodation requirements and help you make the right apartment choice for your London visit.
Serviced City Pads supply a large range of London Serviced Apartments throughout London as a great alternative to London Hotels, you can stay in a London Serviced Apartment from one night through to several years, bookings can be made through the reservations team for leisure or corporate stays. A really good Art Exihibition to visit right now is Grayson Perry who is exhibiting at the British Museum with his show ‘The Tomb of the Unknown Craftsman’ this show is on now until February 12th 2012. Grayson Perry is the enfant terrible of the UK Art World with an interesting character to boot, Gryason is known for his ceramic vases and more interestingly his cross dressing which I found most interesting as when dressed as a femaile Perry goes by the name of Claire. Grayson’s vases are decorated in bright colours, depicting subjects at odds with their attractive appearance and Perry was awarded the Turner Prize in 2003.
Many London Apartments are perfect for leisure bookings particularly for families where the price can work out cheaper with the use of sofabeds in the lounge, families find that a London Serviced Apartment can make their stay cheaper by purchasing food and products in the local supermarket to cook in the apartment kitchen. Many famileis use a London Serviced Apartmentas for a London City Break where they will take their children to London for the first time to see all the wonderful sights London has to offer like Buckingham Palace and the Houses of Parliament.Perry has spent many years working with clay because he was drawn to the desire to make an honest pot more interesting and exciting where he looks to several ceramic traditons including Greek pottery and folk art and wants the pot to have a certain humility and he quoted that ‘ the shape has to be classical invisble: then you have base that people can understand’. The real attraction to his work that they include ‘glazing, incision, embossing, andn the use of photographic transfers’ which require several firings.