Weekend Reflections – Modern Art, Luxembourg


Mudam – Museum of Modern Art in Luxembourg.
Buildings reflected at the entrance of the museum.

Contribution for
James Weekend Reflections – Newtown Area Photo
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43 thoughts on “Weekend Reflections – Modern Art, Luxembourg

  1. I just realize that I haven't seen a lot of things in Luxembourg each time I had been there in the past. I have to go back there once, it's not far !

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  2. Beautiful images. The glass bridge is very cool. You have captured many wonderful reflections!
    Wishing you a lovely weekend 🙂
    ☼ Sunny

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  3. These shots are not just art and buildings that hold art but they are also artfully photographed. They are wonderful.

    ps thanks for catching my mistatke it's Jules Alexis Coutan not Coulan. 🙂

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  4. Very cool. My favorite – the street signs with the one human being pausing to, well, see who's calling her? catch her hat from flying off with a sudden gust of wind? make an adjustment to her hair just before meeting a special someone?

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  5. I can't say I like any one photo more than the other because for me it's how they work together that makes your post for today so special. Interesting images and thought-provoking words, thank you.

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  6. They are all beautiful, but I especially love the fifth picture!! What gorgeous shots you took. You're very blessed to have access to all these wonderful places. Have a terrific weekend, Sweet Friends.

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  7. Superbe, cette visite au musée d'art moderne du Luxembourg… Vous avez déniché de vraies raretés en matière reflet, bravo !

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  8. What a great collection of photographs. I love the reflections, colorful shots, and views inside and out. Happy weekend.

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  9. Hiya C. an L.
    What an interesting collection of images.
    The architecture shots are beautiful. That glass corridor in particular. Very enjoyable.

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  10. Leia,very beautiful colorful pics.I posted pics of my new grandson Jace Carter check him out he is too cute,you guys have a wonderful weekend….Barb

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  11. That walkway is just stunning my friend. They all are. I love them all and the reflections. Very well done. Have a wonderful Weekend 🙂

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  12. I have a completely different idea of art from these guys, but your pictures get the best of these 'toys'!

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  13. Wow Leia, it's stunning! I love especially the colours, well, I'm crazy about colours actually:)
    Have a great weekend mu friend:)
    Hugs
    Joo

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  14. Another wonderful cultural blessing befitting Luxembourg! I'm not much for “modern” art, but I would still want to wander about this museum for a few hours…as so many have said, it's all about color and you've shown us some very special splashes of color (and light). It's a magnificent building, too.

    I must also say that your words and poetic and charming and brighten the day even as one reads them!

    To Cezar: Re your comment on Paree. You can imagine how hard it was for Lois Anne to climb that tower! And she did it without ropes or handholds. Magical! :-))

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  15. A beautiful insight into this museum world! The museum entrance seems to have two levels of reflections – a scenic panorama and a little boxed, framed extract of the reflection! Intriguing set of photos!

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  16. Art is not my gift, but I find it interesting to see what others have come up with. Just keep me far from the fine pewter and china (bad memories of an art museum with extremely narrow aisles). Happy weekend!

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  17. all very lovely. Those panels of cloth looks like Chinese silk ones. I had two which I used to hang up in my lounge when I was in Singapore.

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  18. Some cool stuff in there!
    Bagpipes, btw, are traditional music instruments in many countries, from Scotland to Hungary, from Sweden to Portugal, France, Greece, etc. Here and in Portugal, they are called gaitas, and are played by gaiteros.

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  19. Very nice .I like it very much.I have been to Luxembourg,but that was 15 years ago.Very expensive everything.But I guess the salery is good there.But agein all the photos is excellent.Thank you.

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  20. Gosto dessa arquitectura moderna e imponente, bem como da foto do corredor envidraçado. As cores nas duas últimas fotos são um contraste fantástico com os cinzentos claros deste post.

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  21. What a nice visit to your museum I just had! You know, when our family left EU in 1967, we flew from Luxembourg. I'm not sure I've been back since. About time, hey?

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  22. Thanks for all your wonderful comments today! How's the French going, Leia?

    Cezar – re your comment on The Villages: 1868 is a made-up date. As I've said, The Villages is a “Disneyland for adults,” and none of the buildings here are more than 25-30 years old at the most. 🙂

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  23. What a wonderful collection of modern art pieces! I would enjoy going to this museum too. I also like the fact that even the buildings are all so modern — quite amazing.

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