Sunday, June 28, 2009

パリのカンディンスキー展 - Kandinsky in Paris


The exhibition of Kandinsky continues in Paris until August 10th. It opens as late as 23 o’clock and I left my hotel around 21 to see it. The exhibition was excellent because one can absorb the entire transition of Kandinsky’s touches and it may not be so often to gather this many works of his. Particularly good for Japanese is that there are no packed visitors in front of pictures. During the daytime in the weekend, the line at the ticketing was rather long though. As I watch the works, I had an impression analogically in porcelain art that he started by thicker plates with an appeal of nature and soil, and his development ended up with more sophisticated fine-line art of classy porcelain just like Fukagawa or something in Arita.
On my way back, I enjoyed the full panorama sunset view of Paris overseeing Notre-dame, Eiffel Tower, and Montmartre hill from the top floor of Pompidou Center.

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