|tops, shoes-local store, skirt- New Yorker, bag- Longchamp, jacket- Zara|
If I were to compare this with the collection in Museu Pitti( in Florence), I´d say this is much better and the entrance fee was much cheaper too! For a price of 4 euros( if I´m not mistaken) you can visit one museum more which is the Museu Nacional do Teatro and the Botanical Garden which connects the two museums. Here are some photos which I took:
These dresses are perfect for autumn ( in those times of course but the colors are so now!):
Silkscreen printed dress from the late 1980s to early 1990s and the technique continues!
Posing beside this cute and harmless extraterrestrial which also moves his head which is front of the main entrance of the Museu Nacional do Teatro, so charming! :)
Marionettes on a stage:
Later, we took the metro and went to a modern and contemporary art museum called Museu Collecçao Berardo. For those who love modern art, this is for you!
An artwork by a Portuguese artist which looks like the modern version of ¨Noah´s Arc¨:
Andy Warhol´s ¨Flower Blue¨:
This was the explanation beside a blank canvass painted in white hanged on the wall. What do you think? ;)
I took quite a number of photos but since this post is already supersaturated, let´s reserved them for the next posts, okies? ;) Just before I go, here´s a parting shot near one of the entrance doors of the musem. I don´t know what´s the name of this sculpture but you know what? Art doesn´t have to have a name to be fabulous! ;)
Enjoy the weekend, everyone and keep warm! Winter´s just around the corner. ;)