Friday, 29 July 2011

Centre Pompidou in Paris, famous, attracting modern art and entertainment

Centre Pompidou in Paris is a modern building with the appearance of a factory. On the outside you see tubes holding automatic staircases. The centre contains a library and holds exhibitions. Until 19 September you can visit the Paris-Delhi, Bombay exposition. On the square in front of the centre you find strange objects in the shape of wind blowers. They are probably 6 metres high if you look at the picture with me wife. At the side of the building you have a small artificial pond with moving pieces of colourful modern art. We arrived early in the morning and both squares were empty but during the day, many street entertainers are demonstrating their talents. It can be fun to watch or have your portrait drawn or painted by and artist. We can recommend it on a sunny afternoon. Have fun.

Centre Pompidou in Parijs is een modern gebouw met de uitstraling van een fabriek. Aan de buitenzijde zie je grote buizen die roltrappen dragen. Het gebouw heeft een bibliotheek aan verzorgt tentoonstellingen. Tot 19 september kan je hier nog de "Paris, Delhi, Bombay" expositie bezoeken. Op het plein vind je rare objecten in de vorm van windblazers die waarschijnlijk 6 meter hoog zijn als je ze vergelijkt met de foto van mijn vrouw. Op de zijkant van het gebouw ligt een artificieel vijvertje met kleurvolle bewegende kunstwerken. Daar het vroeg in het ochtend was, waren we hier bijna alleen. Gedurende de dag demonstreren vele straatartiesten hun talenten hier. Het kan leuk zijn dit te bekijken of een portret te laten tekenen of schilderen. We kunnen deze plaats aanbevelen op een zonnige namiddag. Veel plezier..

Centre Pompidou Paris
Centre Pompidou Paris
Centre Pompidou Paris
Centre Pompidou Paris
Centre Pompidou Paris
Centre Pompidou Paris
Centre Pompidou Paris
Centre Pompidou Paris
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4 comments:

  1. its impressive indeed, my favourite part is the corner with the fountain of Stravinsky (the last two shots)...fijne weekend:-)

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  2. Wow, that modern industrial structure is amazing ;)

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  3. The last 2 images are so interesting... we did not get inside when we were there...

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  4. Presently, the term artist typically describes anybody who's employed in virtually any task that's regarded to be an art. Nevertheless, the issues of what's artwork and who's an artist are perhaps not quickly answered. The notion of defining artwork nowadays is much more challenging than it's actually been. Following the exhibition through the Place Artwork motion of Andy Warhol's “Brillo Boxes” and "Campbells'Soup Beers," the issues of "what's artwork? " and "who's an contemporary artists? " joined a far more conceptual kingdom.Any such thing may actually be artwork, and the word stays continually evolving.

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