Address: 8, Avenue du Mahatma Gandhi Bois de Boulogne, 75116 Paris
Subway: Line 1, Les Sablons Station
Opening hours: Monday to Sunday 11:00 - 20:00
Ticket price: Full ticket 16 € / Discount ticket 10 €
FONDATION LOUIS VUITTON
"We want to present Paris with an extraordinary space for an Art and culture and demonstrate daring and emotion by entrasting Frank Gehry with the construction of the iconic building for the 21st century." Frank Gehry is eager to embrace the nineteenth-century cultural history of France. The admiration of the bold use of 21st century cutting-edge technology to build this amazing museum.
"Just as this moment is in a changing world, we want to design a building that evolves over time and light, creating a fleeting and constantly changing feeling." The buildings nestled above the pond are conceived A canoe or ship integrated into the natural environment, projecting unpredictable light and mirror effects between trees and gardens.
Being Modern： MoMA in Paris
There will be a series of exhibitions on different topics regularly open to the public. The exhibition we visited this time is MoMA (The Museum of Modern Art), which held from October 11, 2017 to March 5, 2018. Since the last exibition of MoMA in 1929, it has been the visual arts exhibition to present the changes of contemporary art in a variety of styles and forms.
This art exhibition launched by New York MoMA and Paris Fondation Louis Vuitton. The exhibition is a collection of 200 works of art withinn rich of new contents and very worthwhile!
The exbihition devoted exclusively to the visual art, and represent the range wide of artworks , so the audience can feel the different type of artwork from modern art to abstract art, ranging from the early defining movement of the modern art period to Abstract Expressionism, Minimalism, Pop Art and digital work of the minimalism to pop art digital works of Art
The exhibition is divided into three parts:
- MoMA's First decade
- Minimalism and pop art
- Contempory works frm around the world.
Le Meneur de cheval, 1905-1906
The picture of the boy serious expression, with one hand standing on his hips with a distinguished identity posture and loyalty follow the owner of the horse, the background color of the painting in gray and brown and white. This also indicates that Picasso had discovered a contemporary hero to complement his antique sources: Paul Cezanne. Picasso was deeply influenced by Paul Cézanne, inconsistent silhouette of the piece can see the strong personal character of Paul Cézanne.
Pablo Picasso elaborated a complex discourse on the activity of the artist through the theme of the studio. The closest to the present example is The Studio. The Studio can be idetified as a sculptures an artist, a fruit across the street, a red tablecloth and plaster, with its simple lines and colors, give the viewer unlimited imagination. The classic representative of the Cubist and abstractist art circles by depicting artistic representation of human in a highly schematized form.
Opus 217. Sur l’émail d’un fond rythmique de mesures et d’angles, de tons et de teintes, portrait de M. Félix Fénéton en 1890, 1863-1935
Felix Faneon was a parisian anarchist and art critic during the late 19th century. The screen uses optics to show the harmony and tension of colors, which can maximize the visual brightness by impacting the eyes through different small dots.
During the Great Depression in 1935, Walker was hired by the US Department of Agriculture's FSA, and he dedicated and impoverished his life to prove how the U.S. government helps and improves the lives of agricultural groups. Walker's work captured the most iconic scenes of this period.
In addition to the famous paintings and photographs, the exhibition also features many contemporary performance of the workart, a visual feast for the audience through the uses of aesthetic expressions.
After heading to the exhibition, go up to the top floor, you will see a beautiful view from there, the roof of the building was irregular corrugated open. Unexpected view from the big garden to the high-rise buildings. This building have a modern sense of science and technology and the perfect combination of the artistic.
Photo: Han Je Un