Had the most amazing time in @louisianamuseum. It’s probably the most beautiful museum I’ve ever visited and easily made it to my all-time favorite museum 😍 #LouisianaMuseum is a perfect balance of nature and art, with lots of different corner that offers visitor with the view of the sea overlooking Sweden or the green landscape 🌲🌿 It’s 50 minutes from #Copenhagen airport and I’d reccommend to spare at least 2 hours here just to walk aimlessly around the museum to discover different artworks at the garden or just to sit in the outdoor cafetaria to enjoy the sea breeze ☺️ #museumoftheday#artnomadjournalCPH#artmuseum#architecture#scandinaviandesign
0 419 September, 2019
Finally back in Paris y ya se puede disfrutar de cosas hermoooosas como Les Nymphéas de Monet 💕💕💜 amig@s que no les pase hice fila como 15 minutos y puedes pasar sin ticket si eres estudiante de la UE de 25 o menos 😂👍🏽
3 368 September, 2019
Vandaag het grafisch museum bezocht, met onder andere een tentoonstelling over de grote bos atlas. Wie is er niet mee groot geworden! En hoe nostalgisch en oubollig klinkt dit... Verder staan er een aantal mooie persen en andere drukmaterialen. Leuk zo'n museumkaart, kom je nog eens ergens!
The Princessehof will present the exhibition Sunken Treasures from 7 September 2019 to 28 June 2020. The exhibition features ceramics and other objects found aboard eight shipwrecks dating from the ninth to the nineteenth century. The ceramic treasures tell fascinating stories about the Maritime Silk Road in Asia and reveal a hitherto unknown world of international trade and exchange.
Van 7 september 2019 tot en met 28 juni 2020 presenteert het Princessehof de tentoonstelling Gezonken Schatten: geheimen van de Maritieme Zijderoute. De tentoonstelling laat keramiek en andere voorwerpen zien die gevonden zijn aan boord van acht scheepswrakken uit de negende tot en met de negentiende eeuw. De keramische schatten vertellen fascinerende verhalen over de Maritieme Zijderoute in Azië. Daarmee gaat een verborgen wereld open van internationale handel, strijd op zee, mensensmokkel en schatgravers.
De tentoonstelling Gezonken Schatten wordt mede mogelijk gemaakt door @mondriaanfonds (het publieke stimuleringsfonds voor beeldende kunst en cultureel erfgoed), Korea Foundation, @lf_2028, Van Achterbergh-Domhof, Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds @cultuurfonds en Buchter-De Vries Fonds, Sint Anthony Gasthuis, Rijksdienst voor Cultureel Erfgoed, Club Céramique, Vereniging van Vrienden Keramiekmuseum Princessehof en M.A.O.C. Gravin van Bylandt Stichting.
Campagnebeeld: concept & fotografie door Maarten van der Wal.
I went to National Train Museum in York with no expectation, yet came out really impressed with the experience. The museum is really experiential and the setup looks like you’re at the train station. Visitors can go inside few of the old trains and imagine how it would feel like if you’re traveling in the 1960s. The museum also features lots of British Railways old poster designs and artworks 😍 The museum is free entrance, would recommend everyone to visit if you’re ever in #York ✨ #ukmuseum#artwork#historymuseum#artmuseum#train#museumoftheday#artnomadjournalUK
Hit the ground running as soon as I landed because there is no time like the present amiright?! Also y’all already know how much I enjoy visiting museums whenever I travel 🧳 The Museo Reina Sofìa (@museoreinasofia) happened to be a short walk from my Airbnb, so naturally it was the first place I decided to visit while in Madrid. Currently it houses a series of permanent and temporary exhibitions including ‘Poèticas de la democracia: Imàgenes y contraimàgenes de la Transición. In it included a group collection of work ranging from photography, text, and print work on feminism which spoke to me and powerful womxn in my life as well as the work we’re doing with Inland Mujeres. Aside from this what really blew me away was an exhibit by David Wojnarowicz titled ‘La historia me quita el sueño’ ☁️ 🛏 such a large body of work spread throughout 4 maybe 5 rooms to be honest I lost count, on display were various mediums used for his artistic expression: photography, painting, music, film, sculpture, writing and activism. Such immense talent housed in this museum reflecting the world of the past yet relevant today. . #museoreinasofia#madrid#spain#art#museumoftheday#protestart#davidwojnarowicz#museo#reinasofiamuseum#europe
3 10319 August, 2019
Sinds vandaag ben ik eigenaar van een museumkaart! Hopelijk gaan we komend jaar nog heel wat leuke museums bezoeken! Vandaag naar het Groninger Museum geweest, o.a. de interactieve tentoonstelling Presence gezien van Daan Roosegaarde. Erg leuk, ook voor kinderen.
Is this art? The most common question in tours, ever. The second popular question: so contemporary art is not the same with modern art...?
In this e-tour I am visiting MCA in Chicago and the exhibition of Jonathas De Andrade.
Cool fact: Jonathas De Andrade didn’t study art -he went to law school where he study anthropology, sociology and pedagogy.
This background I feel is reflected in his work. *guest star ^literally: Graham Feyl @grahamcrackercrust
Open since 2 January 2019,
MUZEUM SUSCH is a space for argument and research relying on the laboratory character of a Kunsthalle. Founded by Grażyna Kulczyk, the Polish entrepreneur and long-term supporter of contemporary art, it is specifically (but not exclusively) informed by a deep understanding of woman artists and seeks an emotional connection to art as a matrilineage of the sometimes omitted, overlooked or misread. It aims to contribute to the recognition and greater visibility of artists and artworks which resonate these concerns, which have informed a collection focussed on conceptual art and female artists with a natural input of Central Eastern European art that is still underrepresented in reunited Europe. Thus one of the central qualities of MUZEUM SUSCH and its activities is the redefinition of the canonical and the marginalized, not as a dominating force silencing others but as an influential voice for making other voices heard.
Le Corbusier Center: Imagine the pleasure of designing a whole new city from scratch, with a free hand and no restriction on ideas and artistic creativity. Perhaps the greatest architect of 20th century, Le Corbusier had several complexes, buildings, and structures to his credit but the dream to design a whole city remained elusive in his illustrious career. But the fate had something special stored for him, and at the fag end of his career he was commissioned the project Chandigarh in 1951 which turned his legacy from splendid to an indelible one. .
Before the beginning of any experiment the first task is to design the laboratory, and so the "The Old Architect's Office" currently known as Le Corbusier Center came into existence. The building holds historic value to Chandigarh as it was the workplace of Le Corbusier and his team, and also the spot from where the entire city was designed. Materialized by Pierre Jeanneret, Corbusier's cousin, the building was designed in accordance with the Chandigarh's mandate of cost effective and climate responsive design. The spirit of experimentation exhuberates from the structure made up of simple, minimal yet elegant and stylish materials like exposed reinforced concrete shell of the porch, precast beams of the sloping roofs, brick tiles for doors, & jute-lac panels for doors and cupboard shutters. The design elements of the structure obstruct the harsh sunbeam, allow ample natural light, ventilation and in general create a comfortable work environment without recourse to costly mechanical devices. Glorifying "sustainability" and "green architecture" the Le Corbusier Centre is an ideal model for designing the modern workplaces.