German beauty Luise has a big love for art. With her strong vision she supports projects that inspire new audiences. This striking lady just moved back from Amsterdam to London with her inspiring husband who competed at the Paralympics in Rio. They love to explore new places and experience new culture, cuisines and art all around the world.
There are so many great places for art, but the most recent place that blew me away was Chateau La Coste (which we visited for the birthday of gloobles friend Stephanie Schuitemaker!!). Its a vineyard and private sculpture park not far from Aix-en-Provence and the perfect place for every ‘bon vivant’ to enjoy good wines, great food, beautiful architecture and incredible sculptures all in one place. Tadao Ando build the restaurant, Renzo Piano has just completed a sunken exhibition space, which is set among the grape vines of a winery, and most recently Francis Mallman, the Argentinian celebrity chef has opened a restaurant on the the estate too. So there are 1000 reasons to go and visit (again)!
Living in London there are so many great galleries and art spaces. One of my favourites is Gallery Ropac, which just opened their London space in the famous 18th century townhouse Ely House in Mayfair. Its a great example of a gallery situated in an existing architectural structure rather than in a white cube space. Ropac represents artists such as Georg Baselitz, Joseph Beuys, Anselm Kiefer and one of my favourite, Robert Longo.
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Contemporary Art. I am just so curious how artist manage to continue to reinvent and develop their practice in todays world. There are interesting new media like virtual reality and digital art, which I think are very interested to discover like Radom International or TeamLab.