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Museums of Germany

An important part of my six weeks of study in northern Germany was visiting museums. I know it sounds obvious for studying drawing and painting… But viewing these works in person was a spiritual experience for me. Here are my favorite images of the hundreds I took in German museums.

Gold leaf work by Yves Klein at Dusseldorf's K20 Museum.

Gold leaf work by Yves Klein at Dusseldorf’s K20 Museum.

Painting by Ellsworth Kelly in Dusseldorf's K20 Museum.

Painting by Ellsworth Kelly in Dusseldorf’s K20 Museum.

Mixed media work by Robert Rauschenberg at Dusseldorf's K20 Museum.

Mixed media work by Robert Rauschenberg at Dusseldorf’s K20 Museum.

Exhibition for Qiu Shihua at the Hamburger Bahnhof Museum.

Exhibition for Qiu Shihua at the Hamburger Bahnhof Museum.

Artwork by Dan Flavin in the Hamburger Bahnhof Museum.

Artwork by Dan Flavin in the Hamburger Bahnhof Museum.

Unfinished work by Josef Albers in Josef Albers Museum of Bottrop.

Unfinished work by Josef Albers in Josef Albers Museum of Bottrop.

Classical painting by Pietro Bardellino in Berlin's Gemäldegalerie.

Classical painting by Pietro Bardellino in Berlin’s Gemäldegalerie.

Scarred columns inside the Egyptian Museum of Berlin.

Scarred columns inside the Egyptian Museum of Berlin.

Ceiling of the Egyptian Museum of Berlin.

Ceiling of the Egyptian Museum of Berlin.

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