International Baroque Museum Puebla, México

The International Museum of the Baroque is a museum of Baroque art designed by Japanese architect Toyoo Itō located in Puebla, Mexico.

This video presents the façade of the Museum. The intention of message is to arouse the curiosity of the viewer. How to exhibit such an old manifestation of art in a building with a contemporary architectural design? I did not include images of the interior of the Museum because it is not allowed to record. Nevertheless the intention is to incite the imagination of the spectator and to invite them to visit this Museum. I used two video clips that I had previously recorded from the facade of the Museum. I included two short sentences. I did not put the official logo of the Museum because it is not an official video and out of respect for copyright.

The sentences I wrote in Spanish and are as follows:

Travel through time ...

Live art in all its expression ...

International Baroque Museum

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Imelda Hernández

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