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Museum Voorlinden

Back from Canada and the USA.
After Yosemite Park, the Death Valley and Lake Mead time to return to the Netherland and visit some of the excellent museums you can find here.
The first visit was to Museum Voorlinden, two weeks after we returned of our trip.
A splendid only two years old museum with contemporary art, this time with a fascinating exhibition of the Canadian artist Rodney Graham.

An unexpected surprise linked this museum visit to the first days of our 2017 trip in Vancouver. One of the exposed works of Rodney Graham we also saw in the Vancouver Art Gallery. You can see a diptych presentation of thise triptych work in ◙ the first workshop, with the Vancouver picture below and the Voorlinden picture above.
The other pictures of this presentation are two other triptych photographical presentations of Graham and the interaction with some museum visitors
◙ The main picture shows the artist asleep in the middle of an old fashion museum-like room.
◙ The second workshop shows the artist creating another artwork that was also exposed in the exhibition.

■ Main picture: ◙ The artist asleep
■ Workshop 1: ◙ Vancouver-Wassenaar diptych
■ Workshop 2: ◙ The artist at work

Rodney Graham – That’s not me
‘That’s not me’ invites the visitor to step into Rodney Graham’s universe. This Canadian artist is one of the most consistent, innovative and influential artists of the past 40 years. This will be Graham’s first major exhibition in the Netherlands of his recent work. With a sense of humour and wit, he constantly questions his own identity and asks himself: what does it mean to be an artist today?
(source: website Museum Voorlinden)

Make: SONY-ILCE-6300
Software: PaintShop Pro 20,00
Exposure Time: 1/200 sec
F-Stop: f/4.0
ISO Speed Ratings: 1250
Focal Length: 30 mm
Date Taken: 2017-08-26 05:51
Metering Mode: Pattern

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Additional Photos by Rob Zwemmer (alvaraalto) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 4937 W: 320 N: 8470] (33334)
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