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milwaukee landmark, by ann horn
Tags: milwaukee, museum, architecture, abstract, geometric, art, landmark, icon, milwaukee art museum, quadracci pavilion, exterior
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milwaukee landmark

by ann horn
Medium
Photography
Artist Notes
This architectural abstract of the Milwaukee Art Museum points to the Wisconsin shore of Lake Michigan on which the stunning landmark is located. The Quadracci Pavilion, designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, was opened in 2001 as an addition to an existing building, which still houses the permanent collection of art. Its exterior and interior are equally fascinating. The Burke Brise Soleil, a moveable sunscreen with a wingspan of 217 feet, folds over the spacious Windhover Hall at night and during inclement weather. Twice a day the wings are folded and then re-opened as sightseers watch. Copyright 2011 Ann Horn. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. This copyrighted image does not belong to the public domain and may not be reproduced, copied, altered or manipulated in any way without the written permission of Ann Horn.
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Artist ann horn

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Location
michigan, united states
Artist Biography
Ann Horn, avid photographer and sometimes published poet, is always watching for visual images for photo and/or word, ever intrigued by light, color, pattern, people... and surprise, always hoping to see the world with greater clarity, deeper understanding, and ceaseless wonder. You will find ...
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