Julian Escardo

Photography takes an instant out of time, altering life by holding it still

Tag: Museum

Continued…

I feel the rush of solstice here in the northern hemisphere and the need to go out and capture the city. So much available light!

Depicted below are two of my frequent stops: UW (University of Washington) and the MOP (Museum Of Pop-culture) by Frank Gehry. Please enjoy.

Do you have any favorite corners/spots?

UW campus

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Mop

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(Contrail)

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Diptych…

Good morning!!………Further exploring as seen in the photographs preceding this duo. I often will go back to a place I like and have another ‘dialogue’ with my subject. And I don’t know why but I have a feeling this won’t be the last time – here’s to the great I. M. Pei. Please enjoy this very brief architectural post and thank you in advance for stopping by (both Musée du Louvre entrance hall btw).

Stairs, Duet…

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Julian

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Old continent architecture…

Good morning!!……Today I am posting a photograph recently taken in France and processed with minimal equipment on hand due to travel – (we can talk about how to edit with minimal or virtually no equipment on hand on a later post). Please enjoy and stay tuned for future posts.

Paris, Louvre entrance hall…

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La semaine prochaine, some Eiffel views….thank you for visiting, as always

Julian

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Transitions, raw materials…

Good morning!…..3 posts taken at PROA, a great Museum located in the neighborhood of La Boca, Buenos Aires; built somewhat like a bunker, but with great effectiveness. I like the use of almost raw materials, rough/as is finishes, metal that is just polished enough, wood free of rough edges or splinters, virtually unfinished, cement that speaks of the mix of materials used to make it. All conforming a minimal set to highlight the collections that are staged, which is for the most part contemporary btw. Last year they had Louise Bourgeois, exquisite.  I like the alternative to plain white which is so often the backdrop to art in museums. Please enjoy them….

Skylight…

Transition…

Resto…

Thank you for visiting!

Julian

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