24-hours in Bologna, Italy In Pictures

Lydian BrunstingBologna, Photography2 Comments

Bologna 24 hours

24-hours in Bologna, Italy A Photo Essay We admit it. Twenty-four hours in the beautiful medieval city of Bologna is hardly enough to get to know the city well. Yet, we’re also happy to tell you, that when you have this limited amount of time only, you can actually get quite a good feel for the city. Just wander around the … Read More

The Louisiana Museum Of Modern Art – Where Art and Nature Come Together

Lydian BrunstingCopenhagen, Denmark, Europe, Humlebæk, Installation Art, Open AIr1 Comment

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Louisiana Museum of Modern Art Where Art and Nature Come Together Not that many people will have heard of the small Danish village of Humlebæk. But it is here where one of Denmark‘s most famous modern art institutions, the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, is situated. The museum is located some 35 kilometers from Copenhagen, a perfect destination to spend … Read More

The World’s Best Open-Air Museums

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The World's Best Open-Air Museums

The World’s Best Open-Air Museums It can successfully be argued that when the weather is getting nicer, finding the right arguments for hanging out in museums is becoming harder. Not as there aren’t plenty of good reasons. Escaping the scorching sun into the coolness of a museum can be the smartest choice on any hot August-day in for example Tuscany, Paris or … Read More

Gaudi’s Barcelona: Catalan Art Nouveau At Large

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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

Art Nouveau in Riga – Heritage From a Golden Era

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Latvia Art Nouveau in Riga

  Art Nouveau in Riga Heritage from a Golden Era Latvia’s capital Riga has many reasons for priding itself as a city of culture and good looks: it has one of the best-preserved and most charming historic centres in Europe, with lots of majestic medieval buildings, cute romantic streets and alleyways, beautiful parks – in general an atmosphere made for visitors … Read More

Salvador Dali’s Catalonia – A Guide to the Dalinian Triangle

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The Dalinian Triangle Salvador Dali’s Universe in Catalonia The ones familiar with Salvador Dali’s surrealistic art may easily get curious about the artist himself, even wishing to get to know this extraordinary man more in depth, an artist who not only got synonymous with surrealistic art in general, but who also transformed his own reality into a surrealistic world. A … Read More

Street Art Corner From Düsseldorf’s Kiefernstrasse

Lydian BrunstingDüsseldorf, Germany, Street ArtLeave a Comment

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Street Art Corner From Düsseldorf’s Kiefernstrasse I kind of felt like a kid in a candy store, while walking through the Kiefernstrasse in Düsseldorf, Germany. This was not at all what I anticipated, when I first came across this Kiefernstrasse street name, while googling where to find street art in this German city. Of course, I expected some nice street … Read More

La Fondation Louis Vuitton – Paris’ New Contemporary Art Museum

Lydian BrunstingArchitecture, Art, Contemporary Art, France, Paris, France, ReviewsLeave a Comment

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

‘Keith Haring. The Political Line’ Visits Rotterdam

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Keith Haring’s Voice from the Eighties Echoes in our Present Keith Haring. The Political Line. Rotterdam Kunsthal – September 20 2015 to February 7 2016 More than 30 years later Haring’s works return to the city where his international career once took off: in 1982 Rotterdam’s ‘Galerie ‘t Venster’ was the first ever outside the United States to show his work. Now … Read More

Street Art Moving People

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Street Art Moving People You might see them at the bus stop, in the supermarket, the park or even while travelling by train or subway en route to their next destination. Their collective name is the Moving People. Given that there are 10,010 of them, the chance that you will actually encounter one of them is rather high during the fall of … Read More