Sculpture installation has grown in popularity, whereby temporary sculptures are put in in open spaces throughout events like festivals. In the second half of the eighteenth century, many private collections of artwork have been opened to the general public, and through and after the French Revolution and Napoleonic Wars many royal collections were nationalized, even where the monarchy remained in place, as in Spain and Bavaria. In Europe, from the Late Medieval period onwards, areas in royal palaces, castles, and large country homes of the social elite were usually made partially accessible to sections of the public, where artwork collections might be considered. At the Palace of Versailles, entrance was restricted to people wearing the proper apparel â€“ the suitable equipment (silver shoe buckles and a sword) might be employed from outlets outdoors.
Turn the museum right into a stage! In this performing arts Workshop, co-taught with SOULSKIN Dance firmâ€™s … Read More