Olafur Eliasson's Your Rainbow Panorama sits atop the ARoS museum in Aarhus, Denmark. The 150 meter long glass walkway enables visitors to pass through all the colors of the spectrum, with a beautiful 360 degree view of the city.
Alix spent so much time at the Louvre that most of her
classmates at this point were convinced that she lived there. Whether or not
she did was irrelevant – it was the place where she hung out most, and where
she needed to get back to right now to go hide from this suffocating
monstrosity known as Valentine’s Day.
“Bacon, Freud, and the London painters” at the ARoS Aarhus Art Museum, Denmark, opens this Saturday, October 14. Don’t miss works by Michael Andrews and Francis Bacon included in the show!
In the decades following World War II, this group of artists engaged with subjects that felt immediate and intensely personal. This exhibition retraces their artistic developments via works, including paintings and drawings, spanning seven decades. Despite the sheer diversity of approaches and techniques, that embodied their practices, the members of this group were constantly renewing their individual appraisals of the artist’s personal position in the world, focusing on individuals, locations, and narratives close and dear to them. http://fal.cn/tgfE
The permanent elevated structure provides a 360º view of the city of Århus, Denmark. Suspended between the city and the sky,the viewing platform insists on the sensory engagement of those who enter it.
The continuously circular pathway sits on top of and proportionality compliments the ARoS museum of art, designed by Schmidt Hammer Lassen in 2007. Measuring 150 meters around, the transparent glass unit is designed to act as a visual compass for the city, its colors marking the physical location of each visitor.