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24 unconventional art destinations around the world

National Geographic Logo By Jean Lawlor Cohen of National Geographic | Slide 1 of 24: Eccentric collector David Walsh presents mind-bending works at his Museum of Old and New Art. Its new wing, Pharos, stars immersive experiences by light artist James Turrell. In “Unseen Seen,” two visitors at a time sign waivers, climb into a large “egg,” and recline in kinetic color; in “Event Horizon” viewers stand in a cube-space where morphing light obliterates orientation.

Tasmania, Australia

Eccentric collector David Walsh presents mind-bending works at his Museum of Old and New Art. Its new wing, Pharos, stars immersive experiences by light artist James Turrell. In “Unseen Seen,” two visitors at a time sign waivers, climb into a large “egg,” and recline in kinetic color; in “Event Horizon” viewers stand in a cube-space where morphing light obliterates orientation.
© Photograph by Mike Greenslade, Australia/Alamy Stock Photo

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