The Fondation Louis Vuitton opened in October 2014 in Paris’ forest & park Bois de Boulogne. It is one of Frank Gehry’s latest buildings and a true masterpiece! When I first visited the foundation in December 2014 it look like this: And it was absolutely stunning! But now with the addition of Daniel Buren’s “Observatory … More Paris. “Observatory of Light” by Daniel Buren at the Fondation Louis Vuitton
The Bergamot Station in Santa Monica is the largest art gallery and cultural complex in Southern California. The former rail depot hosts about 30 galleries, a cafè, some shops and the Santa Monica Museum of Art. About the history of the Bergamot Station: “Bergamot Station is the historical name for the site on which the gallery complex … More Santa Monica. Bergamot Station and the Santa Monica Museum of Art.
Portuguese street Artist Alexandre Farto aka Vhils is well known for his large works of faces carved into walls. I came across his art twice before: in Berlin and in Venice Beach. Since July the Fundacao edp is showing his artworks at the Museu da Electricidade in Lisbons neighborhood Belém. The exhibit – titled “Dissecção/Dissection”- runs until 5th … More Lisbon. The Vhils exhibit “Dissecção/Dissection” at the Museum of Electricity.
The Palau Nacional at Montjuic was built for the International Exhibition, which took place in Barcelona in 1929. 5 years later it became the home of MNAC – the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya. The museum “embraces all the arts (sculpture, painting, objets d’art, drawing, engraving, posters, photography and coinage) and has the task of explaining … More Barcelona. Montjuic. Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya in the Palau Nacional.
The view from the rooftop garden of the Metropolitan Museum of Art is just incredible. Due to its location on 5th Avenue you can overlook all of Central Park and the beautiful buildings surrounding it.
“puppy” by american pop artist jeff koons is a 12 meter high sculpture of a west highland terrier sitting outside the guggenheim museum in bilbao. it is made of a stainless steel substructure and about 70.000 flowers, changing its look and colour every season. puppy was originally created for an exhibit in germany in 1992, but moved to … More bilbao. public art around the guggenheim. puppy by jeff koons.
[the met is incredible, there is just so much to see: from paintings to sculptures, from acient anitquity to modern art, statues, weapons, instruments, costumes and furniture, a chinese garden, an egyptian temple, photographs and so much more. if you don’t visit for some of the two million artworks of the permanent collection, the … More nyc. manhattan. upper east side. inside the metropolitan museum of art.
this summer yayoi kusama’s art was all over manhattan and i was lucky enough to see it before it ended. the whitney museum of american art dedicated a retrospective to the 83-year-old japanese artist: from their website: “Well known for her use of dense patterns of polka dots and nets, as well as her intense, large-scale … More nyc. manhattan. summer of kusama.
i visited the museum ludwig last week – for the first time, even though it is kind of around the corner from my apartment. embarrassing. from now on i will visit more frequently, because it’s pretty awesome: “In 1976, the donation of approximately 300 works of art from the collection of Irene and Peter Ludwig … More germany. cologne. a visit to museum ludwig.