PHOTOGRAPHY: Inside Guggenheim
PHOTOGRAPHY: Inside Guggenheim

 

 Hi loves.

As promised I bring you some photos of my last trip to Bilbao.

Guggenheim makes your day, time flies inside of it and not just because the exhibitions but the building by itself is amazing.

I am sure I will be back soon.

Enjoy x

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Jeff Koons is a famous contemporary artist whose work is influenced by an eclectic array of sensibilities.

Some of his art has consisted of overtly sexual themes while others have been seen as a form of neo-kitsch, such as his balloon dogs. In 1988, he debuted a famous sculpture of Michael Jackson.Along with high-profile exhibits.

Koons’ career has been notable for the wide array of prestigious awards he has received, which span the entire course of his career. Notable among them are the State Department’s Medal of Arts (awarded by Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton in 2012) and becoming an honorary member of the Royal Academy, London (2010), and an officer of the French Legion of Honor (2007).

 

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Baloon Dog by Jeff Koons

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‘Ballerina

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Antiquity 3

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Popeye Signed

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Jean-Michel Basquiat was a Neo-Expressionist painter in the 1980s. He is best known for his primitive style and his collaboration with pop artist Andy Warhol.

Basquiat died of a drug overdose on August 12, 1988, in New York City. He was 27 years old. Although his art career was brief, Jean-Michel Basquiat has been credited with bringing the African-American and Latino experience in the elite art world.

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Departure from Egypt

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Man from Naples

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