Photographer's Note

Inside the Wall

In the last series of the fascinating work of art by Song Dong "Through the Wall", we observe the effect of the hundreds of lamps in the space that is reflecting on all sides and fragmented by the frames of the many windows and doors inside the wall.

”For me when I was very young, art was very important; I loved art. But during that time, only sculpture and painting was considered art. I learned oil painting at university, but I also liked doing different things. So when China opened we saw a lot more different kind of art works which got me interested. I saw that art can use any material, and there were so many ways to do it. So I started doing installations and performance works from the early "90s ... .." (interview with Song Dong with OCULA MAGAZINE)

The Voorlinden Museum opened its doors to the public on 10 September 2016 and has made in short time a reputation as a leading, accessible museum of modern and contemporary art.
Voorlinden wants to be a museum for everyone:
"You don't have to be an art connoisseur, be an art viewer".
This vision of art is clearly reflected in the permanent collection and exhibition policy.

This is the 23rd main photo from this museum that I post on TrekEarth, and many will undoubtedly follow.

■ Picture 1: ◄ Lamps on the Ceiling ►

■ Picture 2: ◄ Lamps on the Floor ►

■ Picture 3: ◄ Lamps on the Wall ►

The best way to view the pictures is to use the links above.

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