|The 2 buildings of the Museum of Art, connect by the floating roof and a 5th story passage you can't see in this picture|
|There is a roof terrace where the black arrow is. And the Pink arrow is the direction of the Museum of Tomorrow|
|The viewing platform on the Art Museum's addition|
|The view of the Museum of tomorrow from the platform (Ed's picture)|
So mission accomplished. But we also say a really fun show. It was all in Portugues, but you got the gist. Now, looking at the web site, which has a translation it is called: Fernando Lindote: betraying Macunaíma and Messing with the Parrot. (link)
Fernando Lindote is best known to American Audiences from the Disney war movie, The 3 Caballeros, and Jose Carioca, the Parrot. A "Carioca", by the by, is a resident of Rio de Janerio, just like and Angeleno is a resident of Los Angeles.
In this exhibition the Parrot symbol is show in various forms by a famous local artist Fernando Lindote, with some other paraphernalia from the Parrot in Rio.
|José Carioca and the exhibit.|
|A group of porcelain Parrots.|
He also worked with native imagery in art as the two paintings below show.
I liked it. It was a colorful, fun and sometimes thoughtful show. There wasn't an English translation of the show, so it was really nice that it was such a sensory experience.