Well that's nice said, but not quite true. This image is not very much of a high quality picture. That's of course my opinion. So thanks for the nicely composed comment. I appreciate it.
Ja, diese Austellungshalle stammt von der Landesgartenschau 1982.
A wonderful sunset, with some awesome colors, and a great composition based on that tall Eucaliptus tree ! Wonderful ! like.
Like. Como no. Desde su punto de vista más conocido, curiosamente en esquina, no se si intencionado por parte de FLLW
The "Hallen für neue Kunst" (Exactly: Halls for Modern Art) was and is one of the most important art museums in switzerland. In the 70 it changed the way of art. On 5500 m2 space you can see works of Joseph Beuys, Sol LeWitt, Bruce Naumann, Carl Andre, Mario Merz.
The Kunsthaus Zürich houses one of the most important art museums in Switzerland and Europe, collected by the local Kunstverein, called Zürcher Kunstgesellschaft, and holdings running from the Middle Ages to contemporary art, with an emphasis on Swiss art.
The museum was planned by architect Karl Moser and Robert Curjel, it was built and opened in 1910. The bas-reliefs on the facade are by Moser's longtime collaborator Oskar Kiefer.
The museum's collection includes works from Edvard Munch, Jacques Lipchitz and Alberto Giacometti. Swiss artists such as Johann Heinrich Füssli, Ferdinand Hodler or from recent times, Pipilotti Rist and Peter Fischli are also represented. (Source Wikipedia)
The Gates Of Hell
in front of the Kunsthaus Zurich