#478 - from 22 June 2017 to 28 June 2017
GENEVA – A long, chronological frieze outlines the phenomenon of exponential acceleration. The first markers are few and far apart: the Uffizi in Florence in the 17th century, the Louvre in 1793, the new building of the British Museum in 1857. The 20th century is denser, with in particular the Guggenheim in New York by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1959, Pei’s new Louvre [Read]
Openings of the week (Belgique, France, Suisse, Monaco, Luxembourg)
And also, eFlash of the moment
The studio in Montparnasse (26, rue du Départ) where Mondrian lived and worked from 1921 to 1936 has been reconstituted in the Gemeentemuseum exhibition.
Shot taken from the red cabinet towards the Studio entrance. Interior arranged as in photo by P. Delbo (1926) The mirrors on the walls and the painting above the door are part of the wall decoration. The coloured shapes on the walls steadily diminish in size as they approach the door and they appear to leave the Studio via the door and the mirrors © 2017 STAM STIJL architectuur Mondriaan / Photo: Fas Keuzenkamp