Entranced


I don't know this person, but I love how she seems to be entranced by this work. Unfortunately, I forgot to note the title and artist of the piece. It's part of the permanent collection of the museum which is now allegedly in storage until the museum reopens in a few years.

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  1. I always wonder about those "storage" places. Where in the world DO you store a piece like this? In some attic somewhere?

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    1. I am guessing it must be more secure. We are talking about a lot of very valuable art... I do wonder about things like this sometimes too!

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  2. It looks like a piece to study.

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  3. That's a wonderful piece of "street" photography. It's of great interest but raises more questions than it answers!

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  4. I imagine the storage space of this museum will not be in use as long as it's under renovation. It's a good occasion to travel to other museums. There are works really worth seeing. I hope the "R Mutt" piece continues there when reopen. It amused me very much.

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    1. I think it would be a good idea if they sent out some of the pieces for a travelling exhibition, but I haven't heard of any plans. I don't think I took a picture of the R Mutt. :(

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  5. Maybe some of the collection will travel a bit while the museum is closed.

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  6. Superbe cette photo du regard posé sur la toile.

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  7. For sure. Deep in thought. All yellow.

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  8. It is colorful and creative. I am always glad to see museum visitors who actually take the time to look carefully at the works of art.

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  9. Strong stuff, she's certainly engaged

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  10. Nice piece! I get annoyed with myself when I forget to get information about things I've shot...and I do it all the time!

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  11. It's nice that she has the time and space to quietly contemplate it. On the other hand, I remember standing in in rapture before The Birth of Venus in the Uffitzi when a museum guard started barking at me in Italian because a group of short Japanese tourists couldn't see over me.

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  12. Nice shot. I like how her silhouette contrasts with the piece.

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  13. the mouse on the teeter-totter certainly is interesting!

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  14. It's colourful and I'm sure loaded with symbolism. It's nice to see the visitor so interested in the piece.

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