🇬🇧런던 가면 여기 꼭 가야하는거 알지? #테이트모던_6층_세인트폴_대성당뷰_까페 ☕️
엄마와 함께 유럽여행 중이에요 🙂
매번 여행할 때 마다 혼자만 행복한 것 같아 미안한 마음이었는데
드디어 이렇게 함께 행복하게 되었어요!
살짝 효도관광 가이드가 된 기분이지만
그래도 행복해하는 엄마를 보면 정말 뿌듯합니다☺️
유디니분들도 부모님과 여행하며 이런행복 느껴보시길 바라요!💛
엄마의 첫번째 유럽 여행지는 영국 런던이에요
런던에 도착하자마자 찾아간곳은 테이트모던
맨 윗층 카페로가면 세인트폴 대성당이 보이는 환상적인 뷰를 만날 수 있어요!
빅벤은 공사 중이라 볼 수 없었지만
런던아이와 타워브릿지만으로도 좋은시간을 보내기에 충분했답니다
사진 속 타워브릿지 포토존은 런던탑 강 건너편이에요!
에일의 나라, 영국
저는 여행할 때 마다 그 나라, 그 도시를 대표하는 술을 꼭 마셔보려고 해요😏
과거 런던에서는 맥주를 캐스크라는 통에 넣어 펍의 지하창고에 보관하였는데,
보관과정에서 더 발효가 되고 숙성이 된다고 합니다
그래서 펍마다 맥주 맛이 다르고, 장거리 배송이 불가능하기때문에
캐스크에일은 영국에서만 마실 수 있어요
인공적인 첨가를 하지않아 탄산이 약하고 미지근하지만
맥주를 좋아하신다면 도전해보세요!
런던의 역사적인 펍을 찾아 여행해보세요🍻
. @______jin_____ 님의 여행 이야기❤️
여행 인생샷 제보/여행기 구경은 유디니 앱에서!✈️
유디니 프로필 상단 링크에서 다운 받아주세용❤️
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D No. 2, 1957 @kunstmuseumbasel
"These are not paintings in the usual sense; they are life and death merging in fearful union. As for me, they kindle a fire; through them I breathe again, hold a golden cord, find my own revelation.”
Here’s another highlight from my visit to the Kunstmuseum Basel, paired with an EPIC quote from Clyfford Still.
Unlike many of his Abstract Expressionist peers, Still conferred meaning to his paintings — though these ideas are almost as abstract as the art itself. The overriding theme in Still’s work is the existential struggle between man and nature. He was able to evoke these dramatic conflicts through jagged fields of color and vertical forms that reach defiantly toward the sky. This sense of verticality was critical to Still’s work because he likened it to the “struggle of the human spirit against the forces of nature.” Still’s monumental paintings have also been compared to dark caves, illuminated for fleeting moments by crackling flares of light.
Though not as well known as some of his New York School contemporaries (Pollock, Rothko, de Kooning), Clyfford Still was actually the first artist to develop the radical style known as Abstract Expressionism. Hoping to distance himself from the decadence of the New York art scene, Still spent time on the West Coast and eventually settled in rural Maryland. Forever skeptical of the art world, he went to incredible lengths to control (i.e. restrict) how his paintings were sold, collected, and exhibited. In fact, Still often refused to sell his art and ultimately held on to the vast majority of his life’s work.
When Still passed away in 1980, his will stipulated that his estate (which included 95% of his lifetime output!!!) be given in its entirety to an American city willing to establish a permanent museum dedicated to his work. After 30 years of deliberation and planning, during which the paintings were hidden from public view, the Clyfford Still Museum opened its doors in Denver in 2011. This Rocky Mountain art sanctuary is near the top of my travel bucket-list, and should be on yours, too.
I still haven't quite worked out why I find paintings of cropped sections of nondescript landscape so compelling. This oil on board by Maurice Wade, (1917 - 1991), is a fine example. I'm reminded of Vilhelm Hammershoi's 'Landscape from Lejre' which is , to my untutored eye, one of the best examples of 20th century 'metaphysical' landscape painting. Paintings by members of Canada's 'Group of Seven' artists and a handful of Georgia O'Keeffe's New Mexico landscapes also come to mind. We will be exhibiting this painting at the Manchester Art Fair from October 11th - 13th as part of a two man show, John Alvaro Caldas, (1934 - 2006), and Maurice Wade.
Quick snack after Tate closed, stop for a moment from all that spinning, listen to the wind, the river, the itinerant musicians, jazzy tunes by Thames, rumors, happy chatting, man in suits hurry to grab their evening drinks, and talk fast about their daily achievements... All I can say I love the local strawberries, they seem real! And yes I think aliens still believe in us 😉✨💖✨💛 #thamesriver#tatemodern
I love art and would like to know ins and outs not only about art per se, but also about art market. So I read The $12 Million Stuffed Shark: The Curious Economics of Contemporary Art.
Written by an economist who had access to the most important actors - collectors, dealers, auctioneers, curators, art fair organizers... - while doing his research, this book is an in-depth study of the way the contemporary art market functions. What part the auction houses play, how the dealers, big collectors, museums, are interconnected, how art is priced, how auctions are organized (on and off the scene), how gallery shows are sold (or pre-sold). Also, the importance of art branding in creating an artist's reputation (the brand being the auction house, the gallery, the artist himself, a museum, or even a collector if he is important enough) and, most importantly, how these art brands are created.
One insightful conclusion is that the art market, and contemporary art in particular, is as much brand-driven as any other high-end luxury market. I loved the through case studies - the dealers Larry #Gagosian and Jay Joplin, the artists Damien Hirst, Tracey Emin, Jeff Koons and Andy Warhol, the auction houses Sotheby's and Christie's, the collectors Charles #Saatchi and Ronald Lauder… The names you know, but didn’t think how they may be connected. Recently I’be been to Saatchi Gallery in London and Gagosian Gallery in New York, and suddenly I saw their business from a different, nearly eye-opening perspective. Loved this!
A quick photo taken in the studio of artist David Gledhill. This is one of David's recent paintings from a series of works based on photographs found in a Frankfurt flea market. The image is of early morning practice in the run up to the cycling events during the 1936 Summer Olympics, Berlin.
A lesbian couple was attacked in London a few weeks ago. A gay couple was recently attacked in Liverpool.
Both attacks were carried out by teenagers, the youngest 12.
Tell us again how LGBT+ education in schools is a bad thing? Young people are wise and switched on!