Madness and boredom rear their ugly heads… And like everyone else you’re running out of ways to keep yourself busy? Here are a top of virtual visits of cultural places, to help you cope!
What else can we do during this quarantine? We know this question. At Fisheye, we’re convinced that culture knows no boundaries, and picked out for you several places offering virtual visits. Get cultivated from your couch!
Galerie le Réverbère
In Lyon, the Galerie le Réverbère offers a virtual visit of the collective exhibition Globe-trotteurs. The occasion to (re)discover) the images of four photographers: Thomas Chable, Serge Clément, Jacques Demez and Bernard Plossi – for them, photography and travelling rhyme. Visit it online here.
Sénégal, 2004 Pirogues © Serge Clément / Courtesy Galerie Le Réverbère, Lyon
To keep promiting musical works, SACEM (The French authors, compositors and music editors’ society) has conceived an entirely digital museum. There we discover a selection of archives and other exclusive documents shedding light on practices, creators and their editors.
© Sipa Press
Rediscover the photographic collection of the Paris Museum of Modern Art
The post-war era in Warsaw, travels, and industry. Three themes from three exhibitions, allowing us to discover Polish photography.
Portraits of African Americans: to discover the Museum collection and many stirking portraits.
Dolores Huerta: Focus on Doloras Huerta, a trade-union leader and Civil Rights activist in North America. The virtual exhibition showcases her important role in the foundation of United Farm Workers between 1960 and 1970.
The Outwin 2019: Discover the laurates and finalists of the Outwin Boochever Portrait contest.
First ladies: To learn your American first ladies
Votes for Women – A portrait of Persistence: Time-travel in image to the time when women earned the right to vote in the United States.
The Amon Carter Museum, USA
Discover the photographic collection of one of United States’ top art museum.
The J. Paul Getty Museum, based in Los Angeles, exhibits artworks from the 8th to the 21st centuries and possesses an extraordinary photographic collection.
The National Portrait Gallery, Australia
To discover identities, and the talented Australian portraitists of today.
The Delhi Photo Festival, India
The Photographic biennial of Dehli presents a selection of images from different editions of the festival. An initiative born to democratize photography.
© Vishal Rajpoot
And because we’re not close to other disciplines, here are other cultural places offering virtual visit, to get inside the museums rooms and get closer than ever to the artworks!
Have a nice visit!
Cover picture: Sénégal, 2004 Pirogues © Serge Clément / Courtesy Galerie Le Réverbère, Lyon