BTS‘s RM recently took fans along for a virtual trip to the Art Basel, a famous art fair in Switzerland during his individual vlog.
RM is understood to be an appreciator of the humanities and has a formidable artwork assortment of his personal. He’s incessantly documented journeys to museums and galleries throughout BTS’s schedules and his private schedules on his Instagram.
For this artwork associated outing, he flew all the way in which to Switzerland. After touchdown and arriving at his resort room, he addressed followers who is likely to be questioning why he was in Switzerland within the first place. He confirmed that he flew there to attend the Art Basel; it’s at all times been his dream to attend the artwork competition, calling it the very best artwork competition on the planet with the longest historical past.
RM proved that going to an artwork exhibit to him is the equal of ARMYs at a BTS live performance as he excitedly looked for a couple of of his favourite artworks. He regarded ecstatic when he positioned items after trying to find them, strolling away with the most important grin on his face.
On his outing, he visited Fondation Beyeler, which options the artwork assortment of Hildy and Ernst Beyeler. There he had an opportunity to reside like a child once more when he occurred upon an enormous steel slide, which he had a blast happening 3 times.
The slide was on the prime of a glass observatory, the place RM took within the environment. He proved his fellow group members are at all times on his thoughts when he noticed a close-by practice that reminded him of the time BTS filmed their “Run” music video.
In the gardens at Fondation Beyeler, RM confirmed his data of the humanities as he expertly recognized a bench designed by American artist Jenny Holzer.
He later made his method to Vitra Design Museum, which had a room of impressively designed show chairs. RM additionally recognized a Conoid Bench, crafted by American architect, woodworker, and furnishings designer George Nakashima.
When viewing the spectacular assortment, RM noticed a well-recognized identify amongst the designers. RM introduced the “breaking news” to viewers as he identified Chris Martin‘s name, jokingly claiming that the chair was made by Coldplay‘s singer-songwriter.
RM hilariously praised the rockstar for his creation, sending Chris Martin a special message to call him when he sees the vlog. It was all fun, as the chair was designed by the British furniture designer Chris Martin, not the musician.
Though he didn’t really run into Chris Martin, it was a enjoyable shout-out between the 2 revered collaborators.
For extra on RM’s Art Basel expertise, try the vlog under!