Monthly Archives: December 2014

Museum of Zaragoza – III (Any Other Art)

Despite the museum didn’t look big, there was plenty of other stuff there, too. These later pieces I had to skim through, only picking something interesting (or ‘apparently important’, such as the works by Goya, whom I don’t really like). … Continue reading

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Museum of Zaragoza – II (Roman Art)

Zaragoza became a prominent city during the times of Ancient Rome (its very name, in fact, is a slightly deformed Caesar August). There are still various Roman ruins in the city, and of course its museum also displays some artifacts, … Continue reading

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Museum of Zaragoza – I (Medieval Art)

A museum with with such an opening poster can not offer too bad a collection, we thought, and decided to stop by at the Museum of Zaragoza to have a look. To look at was a plenty, and there will be … Continue reading

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In Zaragoza

 

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Basilica of Our Lady of the Pillar in Zaragoza

 

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Altarpiece in the Church of St.John the Baptist in St-Jean de Luz

 

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In St-Jean de Luz

 

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Future Fictions in Hasselt

At the end of the year the Summ()n team went to Hasselt, to visit a very interesting exhibition there, called Future Fictions. The exhibition, or rather a series of events, had been held in the local art center Z33, and … Continue reading

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Vanabbe Museum

 

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Future Fictions in Hasselt

   

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