Tag Archives: Bexhill-On-Sea

Through the Aperture (on The Promenade…) British Seaside – Part 2

August 26, 2013


Field trip to Modernism by sea:

Bexhill is a lovely seaside town. It has all the usual Georgian & Victorian decay common to Sussex seaside towns complete with net-curtain-twitching-B&B’s, uniform beach huts and murky brown healing waters, but it also has something unexpected – Modernism. Bexhill is home to the De La Warr Pavilion which is the second ever modernist structure built in the UK. And just like famous childhood resident Eddie Izzard the pavilion is surprising, beautiful and unexpected, I give you my second photo diary of English Seaside towns:Read More


Beside the Seaside…

July 8, 2013

vintage_seaside_travel_postersSo, I have been in bed with flu the last few days, hooray, and just like the Robert Louis Stevenson children’s poem The Land of Counterpane I have been dreaming of the things I’d like to do when I’m well. One of which, given the  glorious weather, is to go to the seaside. Whitstable, Southwold, Saltdean, Broadstairs, Brighton, so many beautiful places close to the city.

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The Edit

July 4, 2013

Chloe sevigny's apartmentThings I love at the moment: Chloe Sevigny’s New York apartment, Tennessee Williams Sweet Bird of Youth at the Old Vic, the De La Warr pavilion and spring storage boxes at House Doctor DK.Read More