I came there to see and understand more about the praised Inuit Art and where it comes from, but instead only a very tiny fraction of the whole exhibit is on the famous sculptures - a way bigger part was on "Inuit Art Inc,", a group of artists with First Nation background. I could not follow the way the pictures (only one sculpture) were arranged and was consequently lost without a red ribbon to follow...
Interesting, though unexpected, where Inuit "fantasy objects" on display - but I doubt these pieces (though some of them are nice to look at) would be put on display, if not from this Inuit source.
The exhibit with European style old masterpieces may be safely ignored - even the praised Chagall was inconspicuously placed.
The roof terrace is just nice to sit and enjoy live.
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