Gaudi’s Barcelona: Catalan Art Nouveau At Large

Lydian BrunstingArchitecture, Art, Artists, Barcelona, Europe, Featured Artists, SpainLeave a Comment

Gaudi Barcelona Spain

Gaudi’s Barcelona Catalan Art Nouveau At Large While gazing up the Sagrada Familia I couldn’t help myself from thinking what an ingenious mind its architect must have been. We’re standing in front of the largest construction designed by Antoni Gaudi, yet to finish. From here we will start our Gaudi Tour through Barcelona. Getting to know Gaudi The Catalan Antoni … Read More

La Fondation Louis Vuitton – Paris’ New Contemporary Art Museum

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La Fondation Louis Vuitton Paris’ New Contemporary Art Museum   One of the newer additions to Paris’ museum landscape is the contemporary art museum La Fondation Louis Vuitton, or simply translated the Louis Vuitton Foundation. The architecture of the modern ship-like building it is housed in is already a good reason to visit it, yet there are many more.  We … Read More

Oscar Niemeyer: Commemoration Of A Pioneer

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This week the architect Oscar Niemeyer shortly came into the news because of a fire that hit the Latin America Memorial in Sao Paulo, Brazil, which was designed by him. An incident that coincidentally happens in the week we commemorate the death of the architect, who was one of the pioneers of modern architecture and the use of concrete in … Read More