It’s been a while since I posted the last post. I was focused on Instagram for a while. 😀 I have many travel pics to post. I’ll try to put them asap. (Follow me on instagram @this_is_duru)
We went to Boboli garden in Palazzo Pitti. The garden was exhibiting some sculptures by Italian sculptor Giuseppe Penone.
MAMbo! MAMbo! It’s such a cute name! We went to MAMbo, Museo d’Arte Moderna di Bologna. There was American artist, Nick Van Woert exhibition. It presents Van Nick’s 33 works. It was very first time to see his works. So as soon as I saw his works, I thought this was exhibition from many artists. Because it presents a variety of his works. I was so ridiculous!
There is Italian painter, Giorgio Morandi Museum in MAMbo. He is famous for still life. They have his significant works. It’s good to visit there. It’s not allowed to take a picture. So I have nothing to show you.
We went to the Museum of Modern Art in Palazzo Pitti. I took pictures of view from window again like in the Uffizi Gallery. It’s more beautiful than paintings in the museum.
Fondation Cartier pour l’Art Contemporain is 30 years old! Cartier inaugurated the Fondation Cartier near Versailles 30 years ago. Ten years later, the Fondation Cartier moved to glass and steel building by Jean Nouvel in Paris. Many artists were exhibited in this awesome space for 30 years. The Fondation Cartier celebrates its 30th anniversary with the exhibition Vivid Memories, accompanied by concerts, events and some of the most symbolic works of the Fondation Cartier collections. There were some works I already saw from the past exhibitions.
I liked paper lights by Issey Miyake in the garden. They were moving like accordions. So cute!
STRIPE! STRIPE! STRIPE! Yes, it’s Les Deux Plateux, better known as Les colonnes de Buren(Buren’s columns) in the courtyard of Palais-Royal. It was installed in 1986, but still looks new. Some tourists like me were taking pictures, some Parisians were having sandwiches and some people were reading on the columns. Especially, it’s perfect modern playground for children. And my mom’s OOTD was perfect match. 😀
We grabbed Espresso from the cutest small café Kitsuné in Palais-Royal. OMG! This tiny Espresso paper cup is so cute! Many Parisians were resting around the fountain. They looked relaxing and peaceful. I wanted take a rest for a while here, but there were not enough time for tourist like me. We had to move to next destination. See you on next post!
As soon as I stepped outside, there was abandoned furniture. OMG! The perfect color matching with my ootd! Someone is moving from our apartment I guess. These abandoned furnitures seem like a art work. I rode Velib Bicycle for five minutes just in front of apartment. Because it was my last day of Velib. 😀
Italian painter and sculptor, Lucio Fontana at Musee d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris! I could see many his works never known before. I knew only one series of his works(get canvas torn). 😀 So it was good to learn of a wide range of his works. Last video one is my favorite. I couldn’t recognize the narrow entrance if a keeper didn’t tell me about it. Along the maze, you can reach the Fontana’s major work. Wow!
I found a cute ice cream vintage car near Champs-Elysees!
We had a lunch at Monsieur Bleu, in Palais de Tokyo. The weather was hot to eat outside but Parisians were on terrace. Food was delicious and we could see Eiffel Tower from the terrace.
And slow motion video inspired by Bill viola. 😀