Gaining entrance here is being turned into a fun activity as well, since no one really tells you that you need to buy a ticket to enter untill you are in the museum rooms viewing the art and some random lady walks up to you asking what you are doing here, then sends you back to the entrance.
Back with your ticket where you started off before you got shooed away, no one asks you for a ticket anymore, making the whole thing quite a game of chance. Some pay, some sneak in, and no one seems to care too much.
This one at least was lit, because mostly there is only natural light in the museum rooms, and not one lightbulb is directed at the darkened paintings...
Looks like the stains you find in certain cheap hotelrooms.
Is that the heating system, right under this priceless Lucas Cranach painting?
Why is this section elevated again?
early foot fetishism
at least these rooms have real walls
...ok and all of a sudden 2 cleaning ladies appear out of a hidden door in a wall in order to empty a trash can...yes, a trash can. At the museum.
He must have done something right to be placed right next to the fire exit
early 1980s modernism is with us
what purpose serves a hanging dark roof inside a room with a huge bright skylight right above it? this is fun!
an abandoned lady
somehow paintings seem to shrink at the end here...
this humidity measure thing deserves indeed to be displayed in a museum
mmmh dry wall...
no it's not modern art, it's just 2 pieces of plastic hanging there for no good reason
refreshing monarchist memorabilia hanging in the hall...