Tag: modern art

Trip to Pompidou Centre – France’s MoMa

It’s Europe’s largest and busiest museum of modern art with more than seven million visitors a year since it opened in 1977 – though probably not during the pandemic. Centre Pompidou is the place to see the works of David Hockney, Picasso, Klee, Philippe Starck,… Continue Reading “Trip to Pompidou Centre – France’s MoMa”

Postcard from New York: Part II

I’d previously visited the Whitney at its former location but it was finally time to visit its latest one. As the pre-eminent institution devoted to art of the United States, the Whitney Museum of American Art presents the full range of 20th century and contemporary… Continue Reading “Postcard from New York: Part II”

Revisit Fondation Maeght: Jacques Monory

There’s nothing I enjoy more than wandering around an empty museum or gallery, particularly to see an exhibition of an artist with whom I am not familiar. So, after a fine Sunday lunch at quite possibly my favourite restaurant, I popped into the nearby… Continue Reading “Revisit Fondation Maeght: Jacques Monory”

Days out: Fondation Maeght

Where to go on a rainy Saturday? We have plenty of options but I’d only recently appreciated my beloved had never visited the nearby Fondation Maeght, one of France’s more important private art foundations and a particular favourite of mine. I’ve visited a number… Continue Reading “Days out: Fondation Maeght”