APPRECIATE ART MUSEUMS AROUND THE WORLD DURING QUARANTINEApril 12, 2020
When it comes to the modernized era, everything comes and goes as fast as it can be. When people pay much attention to new technology and new media. Consequently, created a new bad habit in society such as waiting.
We cannot deny that people nowadays do not like to wait, everything has come as quickly as they want. Because, they think that time is money, they do not want to lose, just a second for a thing that does not necessary or get benefit to them. Aside from waiting, people today’s tendency to get stressed than before insulting from the increasing use of technology.
From this point, I would recommend you guys to slow life, leaving from social media for a while and appreciate a little thing more than before. Likewise, Art is a good idea to realize the stress and anxiety. It is going to be a good thing if everybody can access and given precedence to art more because nowadays there is only a very small number of people who are interested and can access art assuredly.
Obviously from the situation, BACC almost be closed by budget cuts of Bangkok. On the one hand, when we go aboard, there was only a small number who visited the art museum. This is shown that art be created for rich people who have money and time to appreciate them.
However, thanks to the internet and new media which facilitate entire of citizen can appreciate art and come visit art museum around the world. During,The outbreak of COVID-19 Is escalating worldwide We have seen news that the museum is closed to reduce the spread of Covid-19. But it is very happy when Google Arts & Culture has partnered with over 500 museums around the world to provide virtual services. Also open for online exhibitions without having to leave the house to go anywhere. Below this are the places where have many interested art pieces.
Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands
The first place we are going to visit is Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam Netherland, Which it is very special museum by collecting The collection of more than 200 drawings, more than 500 drawing pieces and more than 750 personal letters. At this time, if we visit online, will be able to press zoom to see his work closely. See the details of each brush deeply touch the heart. For the Van Gogh Museum online exhibition Which Books did Vincent van Gogh Read? Vincent van Gogh’s love of reading, hidden in his work and Vincent van Gogh’s Love Life, a story about Van’s love life Gogh in various aspects.
This is one of the famous works that made a name for him which Van Gogh painted this self-portrait in the winter of 1887–88 when he had been in Paris for almost two years. He used the technique of the Pointillists and applied it in his own, original way. He placed the short stripes of paint in different directions. Where they follow the outline of his head, they form a kind of halo.
British Museum London,England
The second places ,we would like to go is British Museum London,England. One museum in mind that includes important artifacts around the world is open for virtual visitors. We can see the rock that changed the history of the Rosetta Stone, engraved in the ancient Egyptian language that is over two thousand years old. It is considered the outstanding artifacts of the British Museum, including ancient Egyptian treasures including coffins, mummies, pharaoh statues. And various precious objects from Greece, Mesopotamia, Asia, etc.
The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, United States
The billionaire museum, J. Paul Getty European.By 1957, he was named the richest man in America. Getty had a passionate in art and wanted to share his passion with the world. In 1954, he opened a museum connected to his home in Malibu.After his death in 1976, the billionaire industrialist left most of his possessions in museums and art institutions worth $ 1.2 billion in 1982, reaching a peak of $ 6.4 billion in 2007, making .It is one of the most sensational art museums in the world.
However, in today’s world his museum is also open for viewing online. There had an art going back to the 8th century to the 21st century, both European and American paintings, photographs and sculptures. Private, magnificent buildings and gardens on a hill overlooking the city of Los Angeles. The amazing thing that i like from this museum is Getty can collect many art pieces from famous artist such as picture of Irises from Vincent vangoh, Sunrise by Monet and Lapromenade by Pierre august.
Dolores Olmedo Museum Mexico City Mexico
Have you ever seen this woman,
A beautiful woman with a sharp face and a thin mustache.Favored turbaning and placing flowers on the head The important thing is to dress in fluffy colors.
She is the iconic of Mexico Yes we are now in Mexico City. Thanks to the google culture which can help me to go every where.If you are interested in Frieda Kahlo’s work, you should visit the Dolores Olmedo Museum, an art museum in Xochimilco, Mexico. A stone building dating from the 16th century, which is used to display a collection of businessmen Dolores Olmedo. The exhibits range from Mexican art. Antiques from pre-Columbus era And many contemporary art The main highlight is Frida Kahlo’s art work, in which we are able to visit the temporary exhibition I Paint Myself, closely combining Frakahlo’s art, photography and clothing.
“They thought I was a Surrealist, but I wasn’t, I painted my own reality.Frieda Kahlo
According to the, accident the she had met before, Frieda hurts and explodes for many years. With necrosis in the right leg And had to amputate from the knees down Also having respiratory problems
And lungs, which further weaken health She had to lie still in bed. Her mother gave her a special legs which tends to make her had ability to draw and her father gave her an oil colors.
Frieda always paints with her personal experience. Including marriage, abortion and countless surgeries Frida’s work is therefore unique in the portrayal of pain. Among the more than 143 paintings, there are 55 images of her own and the interpretation of various forms. That shows pain both physically and mentally.
“I hope the exit is joyful and i hope never to return.”Frida Kahlo
Frieda is the most important artist in Latin America . Her work is considered a national cultural asset. Of Mexico, Frieda is a good example of the creative life of a woman who, despite experiencing a bad fate, but confidence pride and her consciousness was not diminished at all.
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