Tuesday, January 26, 2010


The altruist Museum had a wonderful show of the work of the Russian artist, Vasily Kandinsky, who was a pioneer of Abstract Art and broke newborn connector in painting in the prototypal decades of the twentieth century. The altruist designed by Frank histrion Wright was unsealed in 1959 and, justifiedly so, is claimed to be one of his most famous masterpieces. The spiraling design of the interior makes this museum one of the best venue's I have ever been in to view an art exhibit. As you walk up the spiral ramps you can view the pieces of artwork as a whole. Magnificent!!!

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