Convex’ed in Praha
In one of many visits to Prague, I visited the art museum on Kampa Island on the west flank of the Vltava river, tucked underneath the famous and well-trodded Charles Bridge. Museum Kampa contains a collection of contemporary art with temporary installations frequently on display and a focus on work by artists from central Europe and the Czech Republic. With the large reflective silvered-sphere sitting outdoors near the entrance, the photo became obvious as soon as I saw the fixture.
The setting, the relative calm of Kampa Island, what I like about contemporary art – these are some of the many reasons why Prague remains “love story number 1”.
I made the photo above on 20 October 2008. This post appears on Fotoeins Fotopress at fotoeins.com as http://wp.me/p1BIdT-1j4.
4 Responses to “Convex’ed in Praha”
A fascinating image, and a great museum from the look of their website.
All the best from Santiago de Chile…
Thanks for reading and commenting, Andrew – saludos!
HA HA great shot! Did you like the museum?
Thanks! Yes, I enjoyed the Museum Kampa – it’s a neat little museum with some interesting pieces and some … er … odd … pieces, all befitting a modern-art museum. 😉 Thanks again for your comment, Debbie!