When visiting the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao you keep asking yourself "is it the art or the building that impresses me most?"...I couldn't decide. I was definitely smitten by the architectural details and the seemingly soft metal of the facade that reflects the light and colours of its surroundings. #exhibition #museum #architecture
After reading Edmund de Waal's 'The White Road', I was intrigued by the pure white porcelain and its invention in ancient Jingdezhen, China. The Shanghai Museum has got an abundance of Jingdezhen porcelain on display. One piece more eye-catching than the other...and all of them of everlasting beauty. #museum #exhibition #Shanghai #pottery
I was fortunate to visit the Ai Weiwei exhibition 2015 at the Royal Academy. It was the first time for me to behold Ai Weiwei's work in the flesh and I was absolutely blown away. Here are a few images, mostly details, of the pieces that intrigued me the most. Intention and depth of the work aside, all the work of Ai Weiwei's workshop features incredible craftsmanship. I was amazed by the carpentry details, particularly the joints. #exhibition #AiWeiWei #wood #materials #Londo
Visit of the Musée d'Opale-Sud in Berck-sur-Mer, France The Museum d'Opale-Sud in Berck-sur-Mer with its wonderful collection of maritime paintings of artists such as Tattegrain, Roussel et Chambon has a long tradition of combining classic and contemporary art. From September 14th until December 31 it is host to the exhibition "Mondo Vetro - Histoires Naturelles" with some of the most intricate and detailed work of Vittorio Costantini.
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