Gallery tours

Pieces that I've seen lately which where worth remembering
Yin Xiuhen "My Clothes" 1995 in Whitworth Manchester

Yin Xiuhen "My Clothes" 1995 in Whitworth Manchester

Ai Weiwei "Still Life" 1995-2000 in Whitworth Manchester

Ai Weiwei "Still Life" 1995-2000 in Whitworth Manchester

Liu Wei "It Looks Like a Landscape Painting" 2004 at Whitworth Manchester. It is what it says.

Liu Wei "It Looks Like a Landscape Painting" 2004 at Whitworth Manchester. It is what it says.

Liang Yuanwei "Umustbestrong" 2004-2005 at Whitworth Manchester. Brilliant.

Liang Yuanwei "Umustbestrong" 2004-2005 at Whitworth Manchester. Brilliant.

"Pineapple" by Christelle Mas in Pekilo 2015 Mänttä. The most hilarious pineapple ever! I laughed my head off, witty and sharp. The verbal abuse of the installation was quite hard so I got some really bad eye from other visitors who thought my laughter was obviously out of line...

"Pineapple" by Christelle Mas in Pekilo 2015 Mänttä. The most hilarious pineapple ever! I laughed my head off, witty and sharp. The verbal abuse of the installation was quite hard so I got some really bad eye from other visitors who thought my laughter was obviously out of line...

Harry Kivijärvi's Eukleides in Serlachius Museum, Mänttä. I just found it visually and geometrically very pleasing.

Harry Kivijärvi's Eukleides in Serlachius Museum, Mänttä. I just found it visually and geometrically very pleasing.

This is Roman Signer's Sand, 1996 in the Holden Gallery. Many of his videos presented a "meaningless" task which was presented and devised with great care and perfection. This was my favorite.

This is Roman Signer's Sand, 1996 in the Holden Gallery. Many of his videos presented a "meaningless" task which was presented and devised with great care and perfection. This was my favorite.

Yorkshire Sculpture Park offered quite a few things I liked, but this was my favorite: James Turrell's Deer Shelter Skyspace. It was an underground room with a square on the roof to see the sky. The aesthetics of the room where beautifully minimalist but the best part was how the sky looked like threw the square. When something so vast was confined in a small square it felt very picturesque but the movement of the clouds didn't allow one to forget it was the real sky.

Yorkshire Sculpture Park offered quite a few things I liked, but this was my favorite: James Turrell's Deer Shelter Skyspace. It was an underground room with a square on the roof to see the sky. The aesthetics of the room where beautifully minimalist but the best part was how the sky looked like threw the square. When something so vast was confined in a small square it felt very picturesque but the movement of the clouds didn't allow one to forget it was the real sky.

This is Ai Weiwei's Iron Tree in Yorkshire Sculpture Park. Always liked his work, and the texture and rust on this particular work looked very pleasing.

This is Ai Weiwei's Iron Tree in Yorkshire Sculpture Park. Always liked his work, and the texture and rust on this particular work looked very pleasing.

This is from Henry Moore's Back to Land exhibition in Yorkshire Sculpture Park. I had never seen Henry Moore's work, besides in books, before I came to England and I didn't use to think much about them. Now that I saw some for real I started to appreciate the weight, texture and appreciation and loyalty of the material. Quite enjoyed this exhibition.

This is from Henry Moore's Back to Land exhibition in Yorkshire Sculpture Park. I had never seen Henry Moore's work, besides in books, before I came to England and I didn't use to think much about them. Now that I saw some for real I started to appreciate the weight, texture and appreciation and loyalty of the material. Quite enjoyed this exhibition.

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