I don’t normally take photos of other people’s art – it feel like cheating – but I had to on this occasion since this sculpture is so fantastic. One of the halls of the Kelvingrove Art Gallery in Glasgow has about 100 of these faces, every one different, hanging from the ceiling. The faces are illuminated with coloured lights from below and the rotate slowly as the light colour changes. All in all, it’s a superb installation.
This was shot with the 70-200mm f2.8 lens, handheld and at high ISO since about 5 minutes earlier a pleasant but insistent security person (and her two colleagues) had told me off for using a tripod in the museum. Apparently there are “copyright restrictions” that prevent people from steadying their cameras in there. 🙂
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