Palais Porte Dorée

So this has been a particular surprise, in fact, it holds multiple museums within the same museum. Like the aquarium, which we didn’t visit and the museum of immigration. Immigration is something that interests me greatly in my art practice and it was wonderful to see the histories of nowadays famous French but used to…

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Brussels – Antonium

So while visiting Brussels we took a short trip to visit the Antonium quickly, it is truly an impressive building built for the world fair in Brussels, 1958. Now an international landmark for Belgium.The nine spheres represent an iron crystal magnified 165 billion times. They represent the faith one had in the power of science and…

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The Geffen MOCA – Mike Kelly

During our visit to Los Angeles, we had the opportunity to visit The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA. This work, in particular, created by Mike Kelly, ‘Pay for Pleasure’ touched me profoundly. The installation consists of a long corridor flanked on both sides by 42 large, colourful poster-like paintings depicting celebrated male poets, philosophers, and artists,…

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Musée Grévin Paris

My boyfriend treated me to a visit to the Grévin museum. It is similar to Madame Tussauds, and it contains loads of wax statutes. I have been pretty impressed by some their quality, but others were less detailed and it failed a bit in theexperience.  To be fair the visit took about 1,5 – 2 hours while moving quite fast. The line with a…

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