Inside the Paris metro
On day two of our Paris field trip we visited the Picasso museum and the Fondation Vuitton.
Some impressions of the Picasso museum:
The hallway of the museum
A Picasso painting.
A watercolour of musketeers by Picasso.
A typical cubist painting
The visit was concluded with a drink on the rooftop terrace.
After that we went back to the metro for the next leg of our Tour de Paris.
Small piece of street art at the bottom of a building.
One of the remaining old metro entrances
Our next stop was the Fondation Vuitton. The building was designed by Frank Gehry. It was nearly brand new so I’d never been there before, opposed to the other museums we visited. It looks expensive so it’s probably wiser to change vareers and start making suitcases. Inside there were no handbags, just monumental contemporary art.
The building has an intricate lay-out, resembling a ship or an old airplane. There is a small exhibition about the design and building of this museum inside as well.
If you haven’t seen he Eiffel tower, you haven’t been in Paris
The art collection is spread out over different smaller “galleries” (or rooms if you want).
Monumental kawaii art by Japanese artist Murakami
Another painting by Murakami
More monumental art: a replica of the feet of Michelangelo’s David by an other artist whose name I forgot. The 3D printed kittens are not a replica of a Michelangelo.
Giant inflatable Felix the cat by yet another artist whose name I forgot.
After this we took the shuttle back via the Champs Elysées and the Arc de Triomphe. Very cliché. Just a quick break near the Centre Pompidou and then it was time to catch the train back home.
Over and done.