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Electric Ladyland

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The First Museum of Fluorescent Art in Amsterdam. So much fun and incredibly interesting.
10th Nov 2012, 13:06  

Viv says:

fantastic

10th Nov 2012, 13:49

Wendle says:

I thought you'd made some fluorescent muffins!

10th Nov 2012, 18:05

MaggieD says:

WOW! I am off to Amsterdam in the new year so I shall make sure to add the First Museum of Fluorescent Art to my itinery :)

10th Nov 2012, 18:57

taniwha says:

I'd really recommend it Maggie. Amsterdam does so many little musuems, based around the collections/obsessions of individuals and this is a great example. Jordaan is an interesting area for little galleries and things anyway and a quiet stroll would be fun. But Electric Ladyland gives you this little museum in the basement of their flourescent art shop. The guide is a real enthusiast and personally walks you through the exhibits over around 90 minutes to 2 hours. Probably the most intimate and detailed art experience, we've ever enjoyed.

11th Nov 2012, 11:03

wow, how wonderful. Shall add to my list.

11th Nov 2012, 11:11

Dania says:

Pretty! Would love to go there.

11th Nov 2012, 22:51

MaggieD says:

Thanks for the info. It is now No2 on the itinery :)

12th Nov 2012, 18:42

crickson says:

Fantastic shots, especially the middle one!

13th Nov 2012, 08:07

mysteritmo says:

Very nice!

13th Nov 2012, 20:02

mara says:

Great and nice portrait!

14th Nov 2012, 08:40

swamprose says:

blacklight makes the world so much more interesting. bottom shot is of florescing minerals?

14th Nov 2012, 15:33

taniwha says:

The bottom shot is minerals. Gorgeous. The world is hugely interesting under a blacklight. Mineral water, vaseline, dishwashing liquid all fluoresce. The most surprising thing is that pearl barley fluoresces blue after absorbing UV light. Heston Blumenthal - I have a new soup idea for you.

19th Nov 2012, 10:44