My first post about the Milwaukee Art Museum was when I shared a couple photos showing how white the entire building is when you see it outside. When you get inside, you will not only be mesmerized with how beautiful its interior is, but with how the white hue dominates the entire scenery of the building. Everywhere you see is a white surface– from the wall, the ceiling, the floor, and many of the arts displayed in the number of galleries, too. Without further ado, let me share with you this time the hallway and lounge of the museum. Everything is white, like I’ve said, and yes, I’ve loved pressing my shutter while inside because the neatness and the cleanness was worth it! Lol.
The most heard adage that states “Don’t just the book by its cover” apparently doesn’t apply to this building, huh? Why? Because for me, just seeing the outside of the building while we were approaching it already gave me an impression that the inside must be truly more beautiful. Sure enough, it was and I couldn’t get enough of what we’ve seen while touring every gallery there was. I thought it’s one of the most expensive building I’ve been to, given the thousands and maybe even millions of dollars worth of the antique art materials stored in this museum for the public’s enjoyment.
For now, it’s the hallway and the lounge/lobby. Next time, some white arts I’ve gotten in many of the galleries inside. Stay tuned, art lovers!
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