Saturday, February 9, 2013

"Laughter, A Serious Exhibition"


This exhibition on laughter at the Electricity Museum in Lisbon includes painting, drawing, installations, video, photography, sculpture & performances, film, cartoons, television programs, shows, literature, works by national and international artists, from some of the most important museums and private collections.

21 comments:

Sami said...

I wonder what she is laughing about?

Stefan Jansson said...

Maybe it is we that are supposed to laugh at this scene.

Virginia said...

Well I"m laughing and would love to be there to see the whole exhibit!
V

Karl Demetz said...

Fabulous!

TexWisGirl said...

kind of fun.

Sharon said...

How amusing! That is a very interesting art space.

Sylvia K said...

What fun!! Great way to start my day, JM!! Great shot and I am laughing!!! Have a great weekend!

RedPat said...

Cool!

jennyfreckles said...

So, did it make you laugh?

Joan Elizabeth said...

Fun. Has me wondering how many of the exhibits are laugh out loud.

Lowell said...

I'm laughing, too! Would love to see this. Is the kneeling woman with the skirts over her head engaged in "performance art" and if so, how long would she be in that position?

Bob Crowe said...

Oh, I'd love to see that. Is that a Tom Wesselmann on the right?

Jack said...

It works. I am laughing! I would love to see this place.

Randy said...

Looks like an interesting exhibit.

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Kay said...

A perfect mid-winter exhibition! I hope you had some good laughs.

Cezar and Léia said...

Muito giro, adorei!Ahhh como eu queria visitar essa exposiçao de arte!
Léia

ladyfi said...

This made me laugh!

LE CHEMIN DES GRANDS JARDINS said...

Excellent !

Roger

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Haha! Fantastic JM. art can sometimes be so heavy and serious, this looks like a delightful exhibition!

Carolina Tavares said...

Estive nesta exposição e gostei muito. A fábrica-museu é um espaço fantástico.