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When we travel around we visit museums and see art.

Please share how you perceive art. And with that, also the great places where art is exhibited, be it a museum, gallery - or in the public space where art gets into a dialogue with the built environment and public space.

Is art known by a secret label or do you think an object 'looks like art'? Made by an artist or artisan, with and without high aspirations? Just plainly beautiful? Or signicative?

Do say a bit if possible about the picture and the gear, ain't we all somehow gear-oholics?

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I'll start off with a statue of a Guardian from a temple entrance from the Rijksmuseum , Amsterdam

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Looks like art to me . . .

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Leiden, NL.

M10-R, 50mm Summilux-II

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Art. Of colour or black and white?

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Leiden. Volkenkundig Museum.

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Going public

Antwerp, M10-R, Summicron35mm v1

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Then there's the entire subject of street art, for example:

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Sometimes one is guided as to the perception of art ...

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Maybe it is a pipe? This was in Brussels, for sure, so some influence of the Belgian surrealist painter René Magritte is to expected. .

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Scooter art (Middelheim sculpture park, Antwerp)

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Sony A7ii + Elmarit 90/2.8 (ELRIT)

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If its says its ART it must be art. . 

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Lumix S5/45mm

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Amsterdam Leica M240

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Beaulieu, France - Q

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Mother and child by Donatello in Berlin

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M10-R, Summicron 50mm, 1/60th

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A time for a toast

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Kunstgewerbe Museum Berlin

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1st & 2nd, Tokyo National Museum - Vlux114.  3rdin Laurel Art Museum, Mississippi - Q

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Tilburg Museum, 

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In the cafeteria of the Textile Museum, Tilburg

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Last sunday I visited "Insel Hombroicht" in Neuss, Germany. Splendid architecture and art installations. I'll post some more but here is a start

Stacked metal plates by Carel Nicolaas Visser

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M246M + 7Artisans 28/1.4

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5 minutes ago, pegelli said:

Last sunday I visited "Insel Hombroicht" in Neuss, Germany. Splendid architecture and art installations. I'll post some more but here is a start

Stacked metal plates by Carel Nicolaas Visser

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Nice example of minimalism . Hombroich is beautiful island amidst a changing time.

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Glass art museum, Leerdam NL

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Objects 'for sale'

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Annemarie Busschers : portarit of Petri Leijdekkers in Museum MORE

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This is a special portrait for me. Because we together studied art history.

And then to see a 2 meter high portrait in 'realistic style'.. Yes, it was just like he would start talking.

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Raketenstation Insel Hombroicht: Thyssen-Krupp Stahl Kochen ist Kunst (Thyssen-Krupp Steel Cooking is Art), who am I to say they're wrong

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M246M + 7Artisans 28/1.4

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