It may be a cliché to conclude that people who are passionate about sport are just not interested in art, but this line of thought seems to tally when looking at the stats for museums in London, during the Olympic period.
Art collectors of Art Kabinett social network reported instant access to all major art attractions this summer in London, with nary a queue.
The latest attendance figures released covering the Summer period have revealed a large drop in visitor numbers during the Olympic period. In some cases the figures were down 40% on last year.
Central London was worst hit with the British Museum, shown here, losing 169,970 visitors in July.
Hats off to British milliners who have transformed London’s most famous statues into mannequins sporting their latest creations.
Art collectors of Art Kabinett social network have been treated to all sorts of fun art events during the Olympic Games.
Royals Kate Middleton, Princess Beatrice and Princess Euginie's favorite headgear designers Philip Treacy and Stephen Jones are among the designers to have topped off the statues, dotted across central London.
Treacy's creation, shown here, sits aloft General Sir Henry Havelock in trafalgar Square.
For four days, London is a catwalk of hats for Hatwalk, an event which celebrates London’s creativity and heritage.
Mr Brainwash, the less talented graffiti star of Banksy's Oscar nominated film "Exit Through The Gift Shop" has announced his imminent arrival in London on 5th of August for the official opening of his UK solo show.
Art collectors of ArtKabinett social network are enjoying all the fun art events, in addition to visiting the Olympic games.
The Exhibition is being mounted in The Old Sorting Office, shown here. It is a 1950's brutalist monstrosity made redundant by the slow privatization of the Post Office. It is located on New Oxford Street just near the British Museum.
In celebration of the 2012 Olympics New York's Pace Gallery has opened a 9,000 square- foot gallery in London’s Mayfair.
Art collectors of ArtKabinett social network will find this to be fun art destination, while visiting the Olympic Games.
Pace London has also installed a landmark monumental sculpture by the great twentieth-century artist Alexander Calder at the entrance of the St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel.
The dynamic form will remain on view for the duration of the Olympics, through December 31, 2012.
London - Refunds are being offered on up to 4,800 tickets for the 10m diving in Zaha Hadid's Olympic Aquatics Centre after it emerged that the design of the stadium seating means that divers jump out of view.
The view from the upper sections of the bleachers to the torpedoing bodies will be partially obscured by the bulging ceiling of Aquatics Center. The Building's "starchitect", Hadid offered no explanation regarding her major flub.
Art collectors of ArtKabinett social network are always disappointed when architecture obscures an intended purpose -- especially when created by a notable designer with immense resources.
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