Flyin’ Solo
Océane at Art Paris Art Fair

Océane at Art Paris Art Fair

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Marine Buret at Grand Palais for Art Paris Art Fair - "Fascinating Lights" by Yves Ullens

The rest of this blog is dedicated to hinting at Océane’s spectacular M.O. without actually revealing its finest of details. Here she is willingly flexing solo in front of Yves Ullens’ “Fascinating Lights” at this week’s Art Paris Art Fair. When she’s not snapping off art selfies, Océane is designing eco-conscious duds under the name of Océé.

 


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Paloma at GL Strand

Paloma at GL Strand

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Paloma Median Kunstforeningen Gl Strand

When museums are dead and babe hunters are snoozing, you just have to babe’out on your own. One of our favorite  Hungarian babes is Paloma, who thought of us during her stroll through the GL Strand in Copenhagen. An angled profile is sometimes all you need for a rush of crush to come over you.


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Tamara & Mary at the Smithsonian

Tamara & Mary at the Smithsonian

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Tamara Aydinyan Smithsonian credit Mary Balash

This optical illusion – if you could call it that – basically determines your preference for blondes or brunettes. It’s true. Let your eyes drift and tell me in the comments section below which museum babe you noticed first.

What you’re actually seeing is Mary (blonde) standing inside of Dan Graham’s For Gordon Bunshaft installation at the Smithsonian in DC, taking a photo of the Tamara (brunette) standing outside of the piece.

Truly a first of its compositional kind for us at Babes At The Museum.

Both of these California natives are no strangers to babe’ing out whether it be in DC’s museum scene or on Santa Barbara’s beaches, where these two beauties met while completing their undergraduate studies.

 

 

 

 


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Karen at Arken

Karen at Arken

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Karen Fink Arken Museum in Denmark

21, Danish, and flying solo at the Arken Museum. Karen is a graphic designer who caught her own eye (and ours) at one of Frank Thilo installations, part of his “The Phoenix Is Closer Than It Appears” exhibition.

 


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Agnes at KUMU

Agnes at KUMU

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Agnes Maarja Tero at The Gallery of Contemporary Art KUMU in Tallinn

Off we go to Estonia to check out KUMU, the gallery of contemporary art, in the capital city of Tallinn. Featured here is Agnes, a native Estonian, who now lives in Oslo, in full hypnosis, looking straight into one of the one of the many installations part of the ”Speed of Darkness and Other Stories” exhibition, curated by Jaakko Niemelä. Agnes likes to shred through Oslo on her custom-made bicycle and enjoys being loud in the museum when she feels like she and her friends are the only ones there.


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Sofia at Arken Museum

Sofia at Arken Museum

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Sofia Ivarsson Arken Museum Self Shooter Jesper Rasmussen
This is how I picture the lighting inside of a Scandinavian museum during the darker months of winter.  Of course I’m completely wrong and this is just a nifty filter on Instagram or something but still, bleak and sexy is how I imagine it. Sofia is Swedish – from Malmö, more specifically. She’s studying scenography (which I didn’t know existed until today) and to make ends meet, she spends her weekends working the ticket counter at the Arken Museum of Modern Art, which is located just south of Copenhagen. Sofia’s perfected the slender, all-black-everything steeze and even throws in an unconscious splash of cardiac red from her staff pass. When you’re gawking tapers off, check out the photos by Jesper Rasmussen in the background.

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Olga at Kiasma

Olga at Kiasma

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Olga Kiasma Helsinki exhibition Finland Museum

Layers of warped out weirdness will never take the allure out of the babe. This Olga in front of  The Different States of Samuel by Tommi Musturi, part of the “Eyeballing!” exhibition  at the Kiasma museum in Helsinki.

 


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Anette at ARoS

Anette at ARoS

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anette kim mischke ARoS olafur eliasson Aarhus museum Denmark

This is Anette in/at/sucked into Olafur Eliasson’s Omgivelser installation at the at ARoS museum in Denmark. We’re not usually into self-shooters but this photo just pops so loud, to us. Anette lives in Copenhagen and just finished her Masters in Digital Design and Communication from the IT University of Copenhagen. Hello world, Anette is here!


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