What cought my eye?
10/10 Photography Circle March 2016: Arts inspiring photography
Melbourne… Wow! Such an arty city! And we didn’t visit all the museums, the galleries, the street sculpture, the street art spots…
I felt arts present everywhere. I know we are not all touched by the same piece of art. We all have our own sensitivity. I chose to present you on this 10/10 the places that touched me. I love bright colors, I also love B&N editing.
I just wanted to add that I only took 1259 pics over the month travelling (well there were some pics delated but not that much…)! It’s only 40 pics a day… Haha!
When you think « arts in Melbourne », a lot of people will think about streetart. The famous Hosier lane is full of street art and graffitis. It’s also very touristic. Let’s start with street art.
Yes yes, she’s carrying a lot of shopping bags I know! This is not a sponsorized portrait for T2! I swear!
I told you I would show you what cought my eye… speaking about eyes…
Even the bins are part of the murals like chameleons.
We were lucky to be there for White Night and enjoyed the open free museums, the music, the light arts on the building walls.
We got inspired and played.
This last picture really doesn’t do justice to this installation. It was a video (you can guess the cars are moving) retracing the history of Melbourne. There was music playing also. It was the best installation we saw that night!
When we gor freezed by the cold weather, we went into museums! So nice to have the museums open in the night.
We were also very lucky to be able to see Warhol/Weiwei international exhibition.
I missed Warhol exhibition in Paris so I was happy to see this 2 artists exhibition. It was totally kids friendly, it was fun and very inspiring for photographers!
Art is everywhere! I told you! The street just wait for you to notice it. We loved those cold trees. Hopefully, some people were kind enough to knit them colorful scarves. Landart trees!
The last place but not the least, I fell in love with the library. It’s an architectural pice of art, right?
This is all for now. I’ll be back with more pics very soon.
As this is a photography circle, follow the circle around and jump to Ellen ‘s pictures. She lives in a very quiet city full of nature and I’m sure she’ll share nice pics about it.
Enjoy the photography!