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Magritte Museum diciembre 9, 2009

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Magritte Museum 01

Tipo. Pantalla LED – auto activa

Autor. Magritte Museum

Autor instalación. Electrabel

Edificio. Magritte Museum

Ciudad. Bruselas

País. Bélgica

Año. 2009

Web. http://www.musee-magritte-museum.be

Imágenes.

Video.

Vía. http://www.globalpost.com/dispatch/benelux/090530/magritte-museum

Descripción

El 2 de abril de 2009 el Museo Magritte Museum fue entregado a los MrBAB (Museos reales de las Bellas Artes de Bélgica) por GDF SUEZ, con el apoyo de la Régie des Bâtiments, en el respeto de los plazos y compromisos fijado.

GDF SUEZ se apoyó en el conocimiento tecnológico de los equipos de su rama de servicios de energía y notablemente sobre sus filiales belgas Fabricom GTI, AXIMA Contracting, Solar Technics y su filial francesa INEO Electrable que contribuyó, por su parte, al aspecto duradero del proyecto para la provisión de una energía 100% renovable.

- Provisión de energía solar fotovoltaica para el todo decorativo de la obra
- Creación de una doble pared al interior de las salas de exhibición
- 140 módulos LED (emisores de luz) para animar las ventanas y señalar el Museo Magritte
- Creación del color de pintura “Azul Magritte”
- Instalar una película anti-calor sobre todas las ventanas
- Economía del 30% de la potencia eléctrica para iluminación
- 100% de electricidad verde
- Motor de búsqueda federado para consultar más de 7500 obras

Resource: http://www.franciaenlinea.org/spip.php?article144

Magritte Museum 02

Description

Rene Magritte, Belgium’s master Surrealist, discovered home movies when he was in his 60s. But when he did get his hands on a camera there was no holding him and his fellow Surrealists back, as they filmed themselves cavorting around the small Brussels town garden with a Prussian helmet, sea shells and a tuba. A cache of these films is among the treasures at Belgium’s new Magritte Museum, which opens in Brussels June 2.

“We own 40 Super 8 films,” said project manager Virginie Devillez. “Magritte had given them to someone to edit, who made a mess of it. We painstakingly restored them to their original condition and digitized them.” Only eight films are on show in the museum, Devillez explained, because many include vacation footage — “three minutes of a gondola bobbing up and down.”

Die-hard Magritte fans curious to see the bobbing gondola can view all the films (among other things) on a website that offers access to the entire Magritte archive and more. The website’s powerful search engine is one of the many items contributed in lieu of cash by the utilities giant GDF-Suez, adding up to 6.5 million euros ($9.1 million). The company also contributed expertise in such areas as photovoltaic energy, LED modules and “green” electricity.

The Magritte Museum is the realization of the long-held dream of Michel Draguet, the curator of Brussels’ Museum of Fine Arts, who handed over a 19th century building attached to his vast museum complex. The main problem for interior designer Winston Spriet was that the building was studded with windows. His solution was to create a double-skin to separate the rooms from the facade, with all the technical infrastructure inside it.

Displayed chronologically in the dimly lit dark coffee, sea green and Magritte blue rooms are such masterpieces as two versions of Magritte’s “Empire of Lights,” “The Return” and “The Domain of Arnheim” inspired by the story by Edgar Alan Poe, and a fine selection of works from his controversial Vache period, despised at the time but now loved by young artists. Outside, on the facade, by day and night, 140 luminous Magritte-style clouds appear to drift inside the windows.

Resource: http://www.globalpost.com/dispatch/benelux/090530/magritte-museum

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