Photo by Instagrammer @polabangbang of Delacroix’s “Horses Coming Out of the Sea” (1860)
Some works from the Phillips’s permanent collection have been on a world tour over the past year, and visitors from have been sharing their creative photos from abroad! In this month’s ArtGrams, check out some of our favorite Instagram photos of these works as they visit Fundación “la Caixa” in Barcelona, Spain.
Installation view of the Phillips’s traveling exhibition at Fundación “la Caixa” in Barcelona, Spain, captured by Instagrammer @martaparent
A quiet moment with Richard Diebenkorn’s “Ocean Park No. 38” (1971) via Instagrammer @dimasfabregas
Photo by Instagrammer @journalofnat
Close-up of Morris Louis’s “Number 182” (1961) by Instagrammer @alba_hebe
Strong vertical gallery shot of the exhibition by Instagrammer @pepetrullas
Visitor with Philip Guston’s “The Lesson” (1975). Photo: @wearethecosmos
Reproduction of the Rothko Room! Photo: @m_lgarcia
Masterworks from The Phillips Collection being packed up and shipped back home
After a visit to the Daejeon Museum of Art in central Korea, masterworks by the likes of Daumier, Degas, Kandinsky, Picasso, and more from The Phillips Collection are headed back to the U.S. Phillips Preparator Shelly Wischhusen and Associate Registrar for Exhibitions Trish Waters snapped some pictures as the exhibition was being packed up (and got in some sightseeing as well!).
Phillips Staff outside the Seoul Arts Center.
(left) A quote from Duncan Phillips on the walls of the Korean exhibition (right) Associate Registrar for Exhibitions Trish Waters and Vice President of EduChosun Jung Tae Choi pose with cutouts from Manet’s Spanish Ballet
More crates are brought in for packing up artwork.
Phillips employees took some time to sight-see, including Olafur Eliasson’s installation at Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art in Seoul.
View of the Dongdaemun Design Plaza.
Phillips Preparator Bill Koberg and Associate Registrar for Exhibitions Trish Waters pose in front of a Buddhist Hanging Scroll for Outdoor Rituals (Joseon, 1700, 995X915cm, Treasure No. 1268, owned by Naesosa Temple) at the National Museum of Korea.