16 October, 2016
14 October, 2016
9 October, 2016
The Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, which is located about 25 miles north of Copenhagen, is a beautiful gallery that balances art, architecture and sculpture in a very unique setting. The nature and open space always seems to be the draw in these situations, and Louisiana didn’t disappoint.
I noticed many details, the outside sculpture that sat quietly against the natural backdrop became a point of fascination. I also noted the clean architecture, made from large sheets of glass with minimal obstructions, that was helpfully obscured by surrounding trees. The buildings were not intrusive, which is quite impressive considering the size of structures in this location. Here are a few photos from my recent visit.
5 October, 2016
I visited the Ordrupgaard Museum last month in Copenhagen and was really drawn to the extension designed by Zaha Hadid. The surface on this build is textured thanks to the black raw concrete finish that’s been used, and is contrasted by the flowing curves of the shape itself. It’s an interesting contradiction and I was especially drawn to the vertical and horizontal lines that meet at certain points throughout the structure. Here are a few photos from my recent visit.
1 October, 2016