I got into trouble at home for not taking any photographs in Maastricht, so to compensate, here goes as I go along.
There’s a very beautiful Chiharu Shiota at the entrance to the Fair:-
An Ego Schiele drawing of a Seated Boy (1910) with Luxembourg & Dayan:-
More Schieles with Richard Nagy.
Two Girls (1912):-
Two more – or are they the same (1911) ?
A Self Portrait (1915):-
Balthus is at the fair.
A Study for Le Salon (1940) with Luxembourg & Dayan:-
And The Three Sisters (1954) with Acquavella:-
I’ve always liked the very refined work of Callum Innes, mostly only seen in Edinburgh. This is Exposed Painting Deep Violet (2015):-
Then I was encouraged (I didn’t need much encouragement) to travel to the moon, courtesy of Laurie Anderson, which was artist-in-residence at NASA and Huang Hsin Chien, a Taiwanese, working together for the Louisiana Museum – a VR experience beyond anything I’ve experienced before. Scary.