To me this is modern art by Gunilla. This represent the violet flame and also a violet universe.
The violet colour has the highest frequency, vibration of all colours.
You can meditate on the violet flame by closing your Eyes. See that you are in a tube with blue and White light that protects you. Then the violet flame starts to sourround you. Several metres under, above, to the right, to the left. This will help you to Clean old karma so that your life will unfold more smoothly. Modern art by Gunilla is trying to uplift people. Give love and light. Help you to find your Life path. Create Peace.
It was a really nice evening with Gunilla modern art at the vernissage in Nice.
So many nice people joined and we had a very happy feeling.
We listened to some music from Abba. Watched my videos from Gunilla art on Youtube.
I had talk and invitations from people around the World: US, UK, Switzerland, India, Sweden, Norway, Denmark etc.
A want to send a big thank you to Lido Plage in Nice and Vladimir Zytimierska.
I am looking forward to a continuation of this collaboration.
Gunilla modern art at the vernissage in Nice - will most probably be repeated this summer. Maybe we will use the Music of Johnny Hallyday next time?! Hope to see you there!
The Astrup Fearnley Museum of modern art is a private museum of contemporary art and has since its opening in 1993 been one of the most important art institutions in Oslo, Norway!
The Astrup Fearnley Museum of modern art is among the 11 best sights and activities to experience in Norway
The museum moved to Tjuvholmen in 2012, beautifully located by the Oslo Fjord in a building designed by world-renowned architect Renzo Piano. The museum shows changing exhibitions by leading international and Norwegian contemporary art and houses the Astrup Fearnley Collection. The collection is one of Norway’s most important and extensive private art collections, with iconic works by artists like Damien Hirst, Anselm Kiefer and Jeff Koons.
The Oscar Niemeyer museum of modern art (Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer (1907-2012).) The Caracas Museum project, sometimes referred to as the “Stone Flower,” was never built unfortunately.
Oscar Ribeiro de Almeida Niemeyer Soares Filho is considered to be one of the key figures in modern architecture. He designed the capital of Brazil, Brazilia, and worked with Corbu and others on the United Nations headquarters in New York. Inspired by Le Corbusier, Niemeyer was both lauded and criticized for being a “sculptor of monuments.” He loved abstract forms and curvilinear shapes, the former appearing in the inverted concrete pyramid on the Museum’s exterior and the free-form shapes on the interior.
The proposed Caracas Museum was to be constructed near the top of a cliff overlooking central Caracas. The sight of it would have been stunning. The rock outcropping of the proposed site-specific lies 20-feet below a street that would have provided access to the building.
The windowless concrete exterior is relieved on only two sides by small balconies. Rooms and spaces to accommodate exhibitions, instructions and lectures, workshops and administration are located on four floors, and on a mezzanine (suspended by cables from the roof) under the glass roof of the building. The glass roof, supported by concrete beams and light metal girders, is interrupted by a concrete terrace that spans from one side the pyramid’s perimeter to the other.
The terrace was intended to accommodate sculpture exhibits.
The entire body of the Caracas Museum was self-supporting in contrast to the Canadian Pavilion which has diagonally strutted, inward leaning columns that look somewhat like crutches and are.
Both projects mark instances of architectural design that hollow out the near solid masonry pyramids of ancient Egypt and invert them in a modern era expression of anti-gravity defiance.
The New Tretyakov Gallery of modern art is the main museum of Russian national art, reflecting its unique contribution to world culture. It is a hospitable museum that is known for its rich collection and variety of presented ideas.
The New Tretyakov Gallery of modern art presents the most completed in our country permanent exhibition of the art of the 20th century in all its diversity - avant - garde, socialistic realism and art of the "austere style" and "underground" and some new art trends. Here are held not only large-scale retrospectives of great Russian artists, but also showed experimental exhibitions of young authors. A lecture - hall and a creative workshop offer a wide range of theoretical knowledge and practical trainings about the art of the 20th and early 21st century for children, students and adults.
The museum’s collection includes primarily works of the creators of European New Realism (mainly French), American pop art and minimalism, created after 1950. On the first floor you can find temporary exhibitions, and the next two occupy permanent exhibitions. At the very top there is an observation deck, from where you can enjoy Nice towards all parts of the world.
Among the artists are such names as:
The museum of modern art in Nice, MAMAC was opened in 1990 and is easy to locate, because it stands right next to Garibaldi Square and just behind the theater building.
It is also worth knowing that there is a public library on the ground floor of the building, where an interesting sculpture stands in the garden. This is Tête Carrée from 2001, the work of Sacha Sosno. This huge square head always attracts the attention of tourists walking around. It is also clearly visible from the roof terrace MAMAC. Like the Old Town of Nice, which is nearby.
The Bechtler Museum of Modern Art is a very interesting building all created by the generous Bechtler family.
It opened the doors to the public on January 2, 2010. I Think it´s so cool. The building itself is a true piece of art.
The Bechtler in Carolina is a jewel of a museum, only the second in USA designed by the Swiss architect Mario Botta. It is intimate in scale, delightfully arresting in its spaces and vistas and simple and elegant in its materials.
The collection presented includes works by the most important and influential artists of the mid 20th century including Miró, Giacometti, Picasso, Calder, Hepworth, Nicholson, Warhol, Tinguely, Ernst, Le Corbusier, Chillida and many others. Only a handful of these wonderful artworks have been on public view in the United States. Until now, the collection was privately held by the Bechtler family of Switzerland.
The Bechtler Museum of Modern Art would not exist without the extraordinary generosity of art patron Andreas Bechtler. Inspired by his parents, Andreas made his remarkable collection (amassed by the Bechtler family over 70 years) available for all to engage – whether for solace and reflection, inspiration and surprise or for challenge and self-discovery. These works and their many stories will reward any number of visits to the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art.
The 29th of june I am invited to have a vernissage at Lido Plage in Nice.
I will be fun since it´s a Swedish owner and we will have ABBA playing :)
I stayed at the Chateau Diter in South of France, may 2019. A truly Amazing property.
It´s possible to come and have a training in Vedic Art here.