Rabu, 27 Juli 2011

Kröller-Müller Art Museum Hoge Veluwe Nature Park, Ede Netherlands

Henry van de Velde designed the original Kröller-Müller museum in 1938 and Wim Quist designed the 1961 exhibition wing art museum and sculpture garden for the Veluwe Nature Reserve in Otterlo, Gelderland Netherlands. The swampy, forested landscape blends softly with 75 acres of earthworks and large sculpture. The park is divided into areas by type of art and different details of landscape.

The Aldo van Eyck-paviljoen, Rietveld-paviljoen and other small structures transition this natural element to man-made technology. The sculptures become gradually more synthetic as one approaches the museum rear entrance. Floor to ceiling glazing makes the transition inside more gradual. Modernist brick walls at the front entrance complete this change from nature to synthetic. Minimal structure emphasizes art and environment.

Important works of art here include works by Vincent Van Gogh, Paul Signac, Georges Seurat, and Theo van Doesburg.

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