A riveting study of what displacement has meant, been and wrought over the past 70 years.
Just about everything you need to know about Slovenia’s mountaineering museum located just beyond the shadow of the country’s tallest mountain.
Home to a contemporary history of Vietnamese skies.
So you’ve got time to kill in the Bahamian capital and want to do something besides eat, drink or shop? Here’s your best option.
A gallery with one of the finest (temporary) soundtracks on the planet.
At the City Art Museum Ljubljana through 13 November.
An illustrated guide to the Bydgoszcz Museum of Photography, the only museum of its kind in northern Poland.
An exploration of some of Poland’s more mischievous 20th century history.
Six works by, and an introduction to the noted post-war painter who would have been 89 today.
I can oftentimes get very tired when working on the road but I’ll never tire of taking pictures at Doha’s Museum of Islamic Art.
Recalling Kees van Dongen’s ‘Woman with Shawl and Red Choker’.
A quick introduction to one of the Spanish master’s first surrealist sculptures.
Where even the toilet paper rolls are minimal.
Celebrating one of Ecuador’s most important 20th century painters.
The planet’s largest online collection of works from this museum.
31 pieces from the permanent collection of the Museum of Islamic Art in Doha, Qatar.
Stanley Kubrick would have been 86 today. Some are taken from us much too soon. My visit to Krakow, Poland last month coincided with central Europe’s only stop of EXHIBITION: Stanley Kubrick, the first comprehensive exhibit focusing on the work of the legendary director. About 1,000 pieces make up the collection which ends a four-month… Continue reading Kubrick Exhibition in Krakow: a Tour in 32 Photos
Today’s Pic du Jour, the 164th (!) straight, was taken at the Silesian Museum / Muzeum Śląskie in Katowice, Poland. The stairway and its backlit window were stunning; I just needed the patience to wait for someone to descend. Thankfully, it wasn’t too long a wait. A few more posts about the city and museum… Continue reading At the Silesian Museum, Katowice
NOTE 09-Jun-2014: I’ve finally caught up with photos from my working visit last month to Doha, capital of Qatar, per capita the richest country in the world. I’ve divided them into several smaller galleries which I’ll continue to publish over the next week. First up is a focus on the Museum of Islamic Art, the… Continue reading Museum of Islamic Art, Doha | Notebook & Image Gallery