The most impressive exhibitions available online that you deserve to see during coronavirus pandemic.
During the quarantine lockdown, an exhibition you can watch online from the comfort of your home is welcome, so we come to your aid with a series of recommendations from which you can draw inspiration.
We must admit that we now have more time to enjoy movies and serials that we have not been able to watch. But besides these, the exhibitions that you can now visit virtually are an option that you must consider.
If you want to have a few minutes of relaxation and disconnect from what's around you, here is our selection of exhibitions to watch.
1. Faces of Frida
In 2018, Victoria & Albert Museum hosted an exhibition dedicated to the Mexican artist Frida Kahlo. During the exhibition were exposed several articles of clothing from her archives, but also precious objects from the personal collection. For those who did not have the opportunity to discover this wonderful exhibition, it is now available online. And if you're wondering how you can see it, all you have to do is access the Google Arts & Culture platform, which includes over 800 paintings, photos and objects that belonged to the artist and that you can explore in the smallest detail.
2. Cats in Art History
The Universal Museum of Art (UMA) in partnership with the Réunion des Musées Nationaux-Grand Palais offers an extremely interesting exhibition called Cats in Art History. The exhibition brings to the fore a series of famous works of art that also include cats. Whether they are the center of interest of a painting or a discrete appearance, cats appear in a lot of works by well-known artists, such as Géricault or Rodolphe Salis.
3. Louis Vuitton Foundation: The Painting Party
From August 20-26, 2019, the Louis Vuitton Foundation hosted the exhibition Le parti de peinture, which included an impressive selection of works by several artists, such as Joan Mitchell, Alex Katz, Gerhard Richter, Ettore Spalletti and Yayoi Kusama. An interesting exhibit was the Infinity Mirror Room by Yayoi Kusama, a Japanese artist. Her works are full of special meanings, especially as they encompass her childhood and the hallucinations she has been facing ever since. From Wednesday, April 1st, the exhibition can be visited online.
4. From Station to the Renovated Orsay Museum
The famous Orsay Museum, once a railway station, is now one of the most impressive museums. The museum's exhibitions also include some of the best-known masterpieces of the best-known artists, such as Gustave Courbet's L'Origine du monde, The Luncheon on the Grass and Edouard Manet's Olympia, Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh and The Gleaners by Jean -French Millet. Closed during this period, the Orsay Museum offers podcasts, but also an interesting exhibition called From Station to the Renovated Museum d 'Orsay, which reveals the major stages of the museum's transformation.
5. In Tune with the World
In April 2018, the Louis Vuitton Foundation presented an exhibition called Au diapason du monde (In Tune with the World), which brought together some of the masterpieces of artists Dan Flavin, Yves Klein, Giacometti, Gerhard Richter, Cyprien Gaillard and Maurizio Cattelan. However, the attraction of the exhibition was represented by the work of Takashi Murakami, a contemporary Japanese artist who explored different themes in his art, from death to natural disasters.
6. Fashion at Versailles
A landmark for fashion is Versailles. In 1780, during the reign of Louis XVI, men and women were dressed in impressive dresses and costumes and unique at the ceremonies they attended. Château de Versailles offers on the official site the opportunity to see two exhibitions, one of them representing a study on the style of the famous Maria Antoaneta.
This month, the famous Grand Palais dedicates an exhibition to the city of Pompeii, as part of a tour that honors this space of arts and commerce. The exhibition includes a series of frescoes that decorated the sumptuous villas of Pompeii, images with the excavations that took place in the city, but also an impressive mosaic of the nymph Ariadne with Dionysus. The Grand Palais decided to offer the opportunity to visit the exhibition virtually. If you want to listen to the podcast of the exhibition, it can be downloaded for free through the Grand Palais app.
Compilation of top things to do online during quarantine.
During quarantine people spend a lot of time online, Bemorepanda decided to collect some interesting websites for you to randomize your online life. Today we read a lot of news and are tired to watch the feed on our social media. It’s time to give yourself a break from all the breaking news and release stress.
Maybe you will get entertained to play a virtual piano or tetris.
Tetris is the well known game, playing some rounds can release your anxiety. It is a easy game that enjoys everyone. Piano is another online platform where you can try your musical skills or develop them. Turning your keyboard into a piano is really fun.
You can also create a song using the Tone Matrix application. It’s simple and interactive to make some music online. Song Maker is another option for those who are interested in music creation.
Live-streams of cute animals are enjoyed by everyone, LiveCam is the best option for you in this sphere. Lovely animals seen online brings happiness and increase your mood for the hole day. Animals are stress releasing, so if you don’t have a little buddy near you, just click the website and admire how a little puppy is playing.
Bubble wrap is real fun. Sometimes you have to pop some bubble wrap to feel better, so here you are. Other ambient sounds to wash away your distraction and relax yourself can be heard on A Soft MurMur. Here you can create your own white noise which will calm you.
For those who love drawing, Quick Draw is a cool website where you can draw whatever you want. Spending time useful if very important toda during quarantine. We have a lot of time and sometimes it’s really boring, that’s why you have to entertain yourself and stay positive.
How social distancing in restaurants is provided in different countries
Along with masks, social distance has become a real sign of the time of the pandemic, which changed the face of cities; especially in the recently opened restaurants.
Coronavirus forced to make social interaction more organized: to reduce the risk of infection, people should maintain a distance of one and a half to two meters.
The restaurant owners all around the world have new problems: in the opened establishments, you need to force guests to stay away from each other. Restaurateurs invent the most exotic ways. There are places where you will be put in a greenhouse or forced to dine in the company of an inflatable doll in a wig.
Restaurants have already opened in Germany, but visitors are required to maintain a social distance of 1.5 m. In Schwerin, the owners of one of the institutions found an original solution to the problem: guests are given special hats.
Foam "blades" do not allow people to approach each other closer than the distance established by law. Customers note that this, of course, is not too comfortable, but they are glad of the opportunity to have lunch again in the restaurant.
The first EU country that announced it has defeated the COVID-19 pandemic
The Slovenian government has announced the end of the new coronavirus pandemic in the country, with the news being the first country in the European Union. Slovenian authorities have confirmed less than seven contaminations a day in the past two weeks.
People coming to Slovenia from other EU member states are no longer required to be isolated for at least seven days, as they have been since early April, the government said in a statement on Thursday. Slovenia, a country with 2 million inhabitants bordering Italy, Croatia and Austria, has a total of 1,500 infections and 103 deaths from COVID-19, with few new contaminations in recent days.
Slovenia, a country of two million people, has reported 1,464 infections with the new coronavirus and 103 deaths from covid-19. "Slovenia has calmed the pandemic in two months. Today, Slovenia has the best epidemiological homage in Europe, "Prime Minister Janez Jansa announced in Parliament on Thursday.
Some restrictions will remain, such as banning public gatherings, wearing a mask and complying with social distancing rules. Earlier this week, the Slovenian government announced the lifting of most restrictions starting next week, including the reopening of shopping malls and hotels with less than 30 beds.
10 excellent series of recent years about women
Interesting dramas, detective stories, witty comedies and even a gloomy anti-utopia. This are the best series collected by Bemorepanda about women and their life.
Sorry for Your Loss
Lee Shaw was happily married. And then her husband died, and the young heroine lost almost everything in life. Do you need to learn to communicate with friends again, remember your interests and gradually let go of the past.
Little Fires Everywhere
Elena Richardson lives with her husband and children in the quiet city of Shaker Heights, where everyone is literally obsessed with order and cleanliness. Once the heroine meets Mia Warren - an artist and photographer who came with her daughter Pearl and temporarily lives in a car. Elena decides to help her new friend, but gradually this leads to serious problems.
Three housewives found themselves in a very difficult situation: they do not have money to pay the bills, and one also has a sick daughter. Desperate, they arm themselves with a toy gun and go to rob a supermarket. The proceeds are much higher than expected, but the heroines are taking over the world of crime.
Nadia leaves the party dedicated to her birthday, and then dies under the wheels of the car. The next moment she returns at the moment when she was just about to leave the holiday. The heroine will die over and over again, stuck in a loop of time. Then Nadia decides to figure out the cause of the anomaly.
Dead to Me
After her husband was hit by a car, Jen alone brings up two sons. She believes that she can find the culprit of the accident by inspecting cars on the streets. In a support group, Jen meets Judy's strange neighbor. Women become friends, supporting each other in difficult moments. But Judy has some secrets in the past.
Reporter Camilla Priker returns to her hometown to write an article about disappearances and murders of children. But once at home under the control of an autocratic mother, she again plunges into unpleasant memories of her childhood and her dead sister. And at this time, the general situation is heating up.
In the Wild West, criminal Roy Hood escaped from his adoptive father and accomplice Frank Griffin with looted goods. He took refuge in a secluded ranch near the city of La Belle, where almost only women live after the collapse of the mine.
Why Women Kill
Three women lived in the same house, but at different times. Each of them at some point encountered difficulties in their relationship. It is impossible to predict what a housewife from the 60s, a socialite from the 80s and a lawyer from today will do. Although the headline hints that good things will not end.
Eva Polastri, a MI5 employee, is completely different from the cool movie intelligence agents. She is mired in domestic problems and feels very insecure. But it is Eve who will have to track down the insane hired killer with Russian roots, known under the pseudonym Villanel. Over time, their confrontation develops into an obsession.
The Morning Show
For many years, Alex Levy hosted the popular Morning Show program with her colleague Mitch Kessler. But then he was accused of sexual harassment and fired. Now Alex must fight for her place with the new employee Bradley Jackson.
Americans, in circles. This is what social distance in New York parks looks like
This are new pictures from the favorite promenade areas of New Yorkers at the end of last week. In order to avoid overcrowding in the parks and to help comply with the rules of social distance, the authorities drew circles in which no more than six people could enter.
The New York authorities extended the recommendation to stay at home to the citizens of this state until mid-June, given that here alone the balance of infections with the new coronavirus exceeded 350,000 months, May 18, and the death toll had reached 28,325.
However, it did not stop New Yorkers from taking advantage of the beautiful weather to go for a walk. To help enforce the rules of social distance, police drew several circles in areas preferred by city dwellers and numerous patrols were sent to the field to discourage the formation of groups of more than six people.
Police also handed out protective masks to those who did not have them, given that for several days there has been talk of the excessive zeal of the New York City authorities towards people caught not respecting the rules of social distance.
The governor of New York relies on the common sense of the citizens to keep the spread of the new coronavirus under control. "I can't tell you what will happen. If people are smart, we will see increases in the number of diseases, but we will not see a peak, "said Andrew Como,.