Home » Boutique Travel (page 10)

Boutique Travel

FLORENCE’S ART EXHIBITIONS: Francesca Pasquali – Plastic Shapes, Carlo Dolci and Divine Beauty

The Meeting Benches way: a perfectly proportioned man, was created by Leonardo da Vinci, correlating the symmetry of human anatomy to the symmetry of the universe. That geometrical way of the mind, could live with the simplicity of the sides of a charming square, where joy, surprise, expectations and approval are four emotions in motion. What you see, hear, eat ...

Read More »

BARCELLONA’S ART EXHIBITIONS: Carlos Bunga’s work, Picasso and the Reventós, and Tàpies: An Artist’s Collection

“When you sleep outdoors you wake up at dawn, and there is no coffee in Barcelona that opens much before nine,” George Orwell wrote this. Welcome to Barcelona, the city where the inhabitants they take comfortable, because in the evening bars and restaurants close early, and the nightlife is concentrated mainly in the Gothic. “La Rambla” is the long path ...

Read More »

LOS ANGELES ART EXHIBITIONS: The Broad, Hammer Museum, and Super Indian at the Denver Art Museum

Welcome to California, welcome to the Meeting Benches way of life: a perfectly proportioned man, was created by Leonardo da Vinci, correlating the symmetry of human anatomy to the symmetry of the universe. That geometrical way of the mind, could live with the simplicity of the sides of a charming square, where joy, surprise, expectations and approval are four emotions ...

Read More »

BORDEAUX’S ART EXHIBITIONS: Musée d’art contemporain, Bordeaux/Italie, and Le Carré ment comme le senti

Imagine a special weekend, among picturesque streets, in a charming French city. Imagine walking among baroque churches and ancient palaces, sipping a glass of wine and biting into crepes. Imagine climbing the highest sand dune in Europe. Now that you’ve imagined, you can plan your trip to Bordeaux, into the Meeting Benches way: a perfectly proportioned man – was created ...

Read More »

SEVILLE’S ART EXHIBITIONS: Galeria Birimbao, Delimbo Artspace, and Museum of Art and Popular Costume

What you can imagine of Spain, it is here. Flamenco and bullfighting, tapas and old neighborhoods, tranquility and joy. Among the wonders of Seville, you will have already added three things to see (the cathedral, the Giralda and the ancient fortress of Arab Reales Alcazares), but do not forget to watch the river of this city – the Guadalquivir – ...

Read More »

CAIRO’S ART EXHIBITIONS: Zamalek Art Gallery, Gezira Center for Modern Art and The Egyptian Museum

An extraordinary wealth of opportunities awaits you in this city, unique in the world. The Giza Necropolis, famous for the Sphinx and the three pyramids (Chephren, Cheops and Mycerinus), but also the Egyptian Museum. These are certainly important goals, you’ve already entered in your travel plans. As you know, Meeting Benches will suggest a holistic approach to travel, by entering ...

Read More »

SYDNEY’S ART EXHIBITIONS: Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, The Hughes Gallery and and The Artery Aboriginal Art

Hts unique way – a perfectly proportioned man – was created by Leonardo da Vinci, correlating the symmetry of human anatomy to the symmetry of the universe. It is that challenge that we want to perceive here, with that special representation of the Vitruvian Man. The geometrical mind, could live with the simplicity of the sides of a charming square, ...

Read More »

JAKARTA ART EXHIBITIONS: Art: 1, Nadi Gallery and Keramik

A fascinating country, a city of five cities. Meeting Benches accompanies you in Jakarta. A special morning (but you’ll have to be up early), at Sunda Kelapa, the old city harbor, between sailing boats and fresh fish. A very special district, is one of old Batavia, where you can see houses and streets of the colonial time. If you have ...

Read More »

TEHERAN’S ART EXHIBITIONS: Reza Abassi Museum, Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art and Around Objects

Not far from the Caspian Sea in northern Iran, a city continues to grow, from time immemorial. Tehran, the city of the White Palace and the Azadi Tower, one where you can walk the streets special – the bazaar – filled with shops and goods, from Khordad Avenue. In these places, you will see (without photos), the garden and the ...

Read More »

MUMBAY’S ART EXHIBITIONS: Kolkata canvas, Black and White in Banaras and National Gallery of Modern Art

Not only Bollywood. Welcome to Mumbai, one of the most important cultural centers of India. Meeting Benches, wishes you to be able to attend at least a fascinating Hindu festival at the beginning of your visit. Antiquity and modernity, wealth and poverty, but also modern neighborhoods, and an island not to be missed (Elephanta, an hour by boat from the ...

Read More »