The only art museum "De Paviljoens" we had in Almere was closed July 1st, because the city counsel decided to stop the subsidy. The Pavilions were originally built by the Belgian architects Paul Robbrecht and Hilde Daem as temporary exhibition halls for 1992's Documenta IX in the German city of Kassel. Two years later they were moved to Almere-City where the pavilion complex served as space for Museum the Pavilions.
The last 10 days the museum was filled with thousands of balloons in different colours, a work by Martin Creed, named "Half the Air in a Given Space". Visitors could walk through the balloons.
I didn't make the walk, it was to claustrophobic for me, but many people did the last days to support the employees who lost their jobs now. Nobody knows yet what is going to happen with the pavillions.