Louve Paris – 12 th October 2013

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Exhibitions and talks, Supporting Activities

Louve Paris – 12 th October 2013
I was in Paris on business and had an opportunity to visit the Louvre for about 90 minutes – certainly not long enough – but it allowed me to get a sense of the place. Apart from seeing the famous portrait of the Mona Lisa, I wanted to see what other examples there was on isolation and it’s opposites. Unfortunately I failed in this quest as my eye was always been drawn to the great masterpiece as well as to ones that just captivated me.
However I did get a sense of how a gallery sets outs it’s paintings so that they can isolate the paintings from each other and allow the viewer to have their own isolated experience of the art they desire.

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