Wednesday, June 29, 2016

The museum as subject -- part II

A week after visiting the Dia:Beacon in Beacon, NY, I was in New Haven, CT, where I visited the Yale University Art Gallery designed by Louis Kahn. This time I derived my inspiration from both the Kahn architecutral style and from an exhibit of centuries old Andean textiles that were in a minimalist modern in their design as any 20th century Minimalist work.

The day was bright and sunny and mid-day shadows played over the architectural structure inspiring me to continue my minimalist mood with the Fuji X-Pro2 and Acros simulation.

Triangular shadows, Yale Gallery of Art

Shadows and statue

Steps with shadows

Closed doors, CT

Stair rail and triangular shadows

Elevator door opening, CT

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