Here is the Museum of Fine Art in Santiago. What a treasure trove of different artists and styles. We had a great time exploring at length.
One of the major exhibits was about dogs, and they had a great outdoor transitional element of life size bronze dogs climbing on cables strung from the ground to the top of the roof, and inside from the ceiling down into the exhibit itself, which was a surreal dog’s eye blue landscape of dogs doing dog sort of things. It seemed really appropriate as there were dogs hanging out all over the city.
Next was a Bauhaus Film exhibit. It’s easy to forget sometimes how influential this design movement was and still is.
This exhibit featured Bauhaus films being displayed on translucent screens positioned around the room. Viewers were able to walk around the exhibit and experience the films from different perspectives. We really enjoyed this.
As always, click all the images for a larger view.