Thursday, July 25, 2013

"Frágil"


Installation at the church of the 'Santo Antão-o-Velho' College (1594), one of the highlights of the Mouraria Light Walk, a fantastic night tour in one of Lisbon's oldest districts.

19 comments:

Kovács Miklós said...

Very interesting but spectacular installation.

Mr T said...

You even have great light at night! Nicely taken images and isn't it great to have an art project going on to give you the chance to add something a bit different and interesting to the site.

Sharon said...

Amazing to see. I'm so glad you show us all these interesting art exhibits. I love it.

Lowell said...

How unusual and how amazingly beautiful. I'm wondering if the theme has to do with the fact that each of us has a certain fragility and we need to care for one another?

ArtandArchitecture-SF.com said...

That is just amazing. You captured it so beautifully, I would just love to see that in person, that is just fabulous.

Sylvia K said...

Amazing indeed, JM!! I, too, as so glad that you share so much of the history and beauty of your country! Thank you!! Have a lovely weekend!

JM said...

@Lowell: That's a very nice interpretation!

VP said...

Beautiful... and a bit scary!

Halcyon said...

Oh wow! That's quite something. The heads are a little creepy, but the light is nice. :)

LOLfromPasa said...

Love this. Makes quite a statement!

Jack said...

JM, you are surrounded by wonderful and creative art sights!

And, you have a very good eye. Yes, that was the arcade leading to Caffe Florian. The other (shhhhh!) was the Doge's Palace.

orvokki said...

Wauu.. amazing photos. A little scary to look, but I like.

Kay said...

You've featured some wonderful art lately and this is another treat to see. Great shots of a cool installation.

RedPat said...

I love it! I feel so inspired seeing these pics, JM!

Laura. M said...

Preciosa foto!!
Muy fragil y triste ha sido el día hoy en España. Hay mucho dolor.
Un beso.

Linda said...

Fascinating...I love the light!

Randy said...

I love this!

Merisi said...

Wondrous, great installation, I am trying to imagine what it must be like to walk there at night.

Have you plans to see the Biennale in Venice?

Joan Elizabeth said...

Stunning. I would love to take that tour.