Fantastic shots. What a gorgeous interior.
What a treat to see textiles and functional art along with the wall displays.
That's where I want to go. I love Calder. Did you get to visit this all on your own or did you have to wait ages until people had moved away?
Ilove those bright patterns! I'm surprised there are no crowds.
I would like the Hammock !!!
Oh JM, i"d dearly love to see that exhibit! Love those great hammocks too. V
Its very modernmy taste :-)Unique shots ...
I hope you didn't try to take a nap on the hammock!
Just BEAUTIFUL !!
These are great images, the first one is so perfectly composed that would have please Calder himself. A quite good... interior designer, for what we can see here!
It's funny, but I've had a little vertigo lately and the first thing I thought when I saw the number 1 photo was "Boy, that would make me dizzy if I tried to lay down on it!"
Fabulous! And what a luxurious hammock!
The hammocks and the painting are well-coordinated and work well together. Come visit my blog today to see some photos of a popular American writer. It's a "one-day stand" 'til I return later on a permanent basis to blogging.
Have never thought of hammocks as a canvas for art before. What a cool idea.
A wonderful design.
Taking a nap on a Calder Hammock That's classy!!!
Mas é muito luxuoso!Legal!Léia
Hmmmmmm... I'm loving the hammocks :)
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