In The City

Day Five: Part II

As I didn’t want to lump a load of other photos in with yesterday’s post about Berthe Morisot, I’m adding an extra gallery (or two) here, of just some of the other exhibits and of the grounds around the museum.

Modern and contemporary works:

The grounds as seen from the roof of the museum:

8 Comments

  1. What lovely artwork, Alex. I think it was a great idea to go to the museum on such a hot day. And what a visual reward. Thanks for sharing.

    • Alex says

      As I said, we are lucky enough that there is plenty to see and really large galleries to hang out in, Margot. It was a visual delight, and we kept cool for a good 3-4 hours. ☺️

    • Alex says

      Indeed, Veronica. Some were quite surreal!

  2. Some of those pieces are really interesting. I love the one that looks like a chandelier! (Maybe it *is* a chandelier?)

    • Alex says

      Aren’t they just, Naomi. That’s what I love about these museums, they offer such an experience. And yes, to a certain extent, it is a chandelier, but of coloured glassware-mostly cups! ☺️

  3. These look awesome!
    I’m always skeptical when it comes to museums but i think I’d like this one. 😃

    • La Blonde says

      To call this a museum is really a disservice, Norrie. It’s really like a National Art Gallery. It houses any number of collections, old, not so old, new and contemporary. And the traveling exhibits make it a fun outing, as an added bonus.

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