Some of the artwork from MoMA has come to our National Gallery of Victoria while MoMA is undergoing some renovation, so we went and took a look. Well, it cost about $25 each. It was quite interesting. There were hoards of school children in the gallery, but that is a good thing and they were well behaved. I will just say it was busy.
My camera behaved very badly and clearly it is not up to taking pictures in low light situations. I really liked this work.
And I liked this one. Even on the tiny camera screen, both photos I took of the picture did not look very clear.
So I tried to take a photo with my phone. Just brilliant. I either give over to my phone for indoor photos or buy a new camera. I think I will choose the former.
Already I have forgotten the theme for this area, but clearly it is about travel. I loved all the accommodation signs.
Do you remember these boards at airports? Just as you managed to find your flight, the flippers would go into action and everything would change. The present electronic screens are so much better. Just as we turned away from the exhibit, we were startled by the noise of the board changing. It is a live exhibit.
After we left we sat outside on a seat to bend our backs. What are these terrible Muslim women doing fishing in the moat around the national gallery? Send them back to where they came from, if only for their stupidity of fishing in the moat and thinking they would catch fish. Perhaps they have magnets on the end of their fishing lines to pick up coins that are thrown into the moat. Well, that won't work. Turned out to be a photo shoot.