NICK EICHER, HOST: OK, so when you think art gallery, you probably think velvet ropes and floors waxed to a mirror shine.
You do not imagine the kind of art gallery that just opened in Cologne, Germany.
The owners of a local art gallery have been just like the rest of us, figuring out how to do what we do while locked down.
What they did was rethink and relocate.
So ditch the idea of portraits in ornate halls.
Instead, they displayed art on luggage carts, each piece carefully parked and arranged into aisles.
And visitors don’t walk through—they drive through.
It’s an unexpected experience for travelers. After all, a collection of fine art is the last thing you’d expect to see in an airport parking garage!
But some 300 works are now on display in between the concrete columns at Cologne Bonn Airport.
So maybe that next flight delay can be a cultural experience.
It’s The World and Everything in It.