13 avril 2007

“Journeys: Mapping the Earth and Mind in Chinese Art” au MET

"Emperor Xuanzong's Flight to Shu" (photo Metropolitan Museum of Art) "Travelers in a Wintry Forest" (photo Metropolitan Museum of Art) A detail of Hong Hao's 2000 work, "Spring Festival Along the River," which combines photography with a copy of a 12th-century hanging scroll. (photo Fred R. Conrad/The New York) Chinese peasants ride bicycles down a long country road in Hai Bao's 2005 series. (photo Fred R. Conrad/The New York) "Ten Thousand Miles Along the Yellow... [Lire la suite]
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13 avril 2007

2007 Take One Picture Exhibition

Jan Molenaer, Two Boys and a Girl Making Music, 1629 © The National Gallery, London LONDON, ENGLAND.- Jan Molenaer’s painting Two Boys and a Girl making Music is the inspiration for the 2007 Take One Picture exhibition. Now in its 12th year, Take One Picture is the National Gallery’s countrywide scheme for primary schools. Each year a different painting from the collection is chosen to provide a starting point for cross-curricular teaching and learning. This year, work from seven schools has been selected to demonstrate the... [Lire la suite]
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13 avril 2007

Marc Jacobs vote Al Gore

La mode ne se mêle pas de politique... Sauf Marc Jacobs. Le créateur citoyen a choisi son camp : les démocrates. Il sort donc une ligne de T-shirts à message... Dont ce "Al, save us"*, injonction claire à l’ancien vice-président Al Gore, à l’occasion de son film sur l’avenir menacé de la planète. Plus classe qu’un T-shirt promotionnel ! M.-P.L.  (www.elle.fr) *28 €, en vente chez Marc Jacobs, 34, rue de Montpensier, Paris-1er.
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13 avril 2007

Sal Sirugo, "Intimate Visions" à la Gallery at 6th & 6th

Sal Sirugo, M-485, 1995, ink on paper, 2 15/16 x 2 15/16 inches TUCSON, AZ.- The Gallery at 6th & 6th, 439 N. Sixth Ave. will present Sal Sirugo, “Intimate Visions,” on view April 28 – June 30, 2007. Stunningly complex and displaying the virtuosity of true artistic genius, Sal Sirugo's work is completely unique. On small fields - often less than six inches -- Sirugo creates entire universes. The works can be evocative of landscape, drenched with mood and mystery, or frenetic with line and movement. He works with sponges,... [Lire la suite]
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13 avril 2007

Ca crâne pour Sophie

De grosses têtes de mort dans le cou pour crâner tout l’été… Les Bijoux de Sophie, 750 €. Tél. : 01 40 09 71 71.
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13 avril 2007

Bank of America Launches Tenth Season of Museums on Us

Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Lady Lilith, oil on canvas, 1866-1868. Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, Samuel and Mary R. Bancroft Memorial NEW YORK.-In celebration of "National Museum Month," Bank of America today launched the tenth season of Museums on Us(tm) by introducing the program in California. This expansion - the largest in the program's decade-long history - enables anyone with a Bank of America credit or check card or MBNA credit card plus one guest the opportunity to visit 86 of the nation's finest cultural... [Lire la suite]
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13 avril 2007

Tom Ford: un retour attendu!

Une nouvelle ligne pour homme et une boutique exclusive : Tom Ford a décidé de frapper fort ce mois-ci avec un retour destiné à marquer l'univers du luxe d'une empreinte exceptionnelle. L'espace est situé à Manhattan, au 845 de Madison Avenue. Etendu sur trois niveaux et 800 m2, il est signé par le cabinet William Sofield. Celui-ci a choisi des tons sobres de gris pâle et sable brun, avec des murs tendus de veau velours, des meubles en cuir, des tapis en castor, des rangements en ébènes et de nombreuses oeuvres d'art, commandes... [Lire la suite]
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13 avril 2007

The Continuous City à L'Officina d'Arte al Borghetto

C. Brech. Ritratto Romano, Italy 2006 ROME, ITALY.- L'Officina d'Arte al Borghetto presents La città continua - The continuous city - Die fortdauernde Stadt, Olivier Fermariello | Sandro di Camillo | Christoph Brech, on view through April 22, 2007. Even if seemingly different, all cities are built according to the same scheme - like dreams, they are made of desires and fears, with absurd rules and misleading perspectives. (Italo Calvino) To some extent all cities are the same - what really changes is a person's perspective.... [Lire la suite]
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13 avril 2007

Sush Machida Gaikotsu au Las Vegas Art Museum

Sush Machida Gaikotsu, Au for Cat (Contemporary), 2005, Acrylic on wood panel, 36” x 96”, Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation, Los Angeles. © Sush Machida Gaikotsu LAS VEGAS.- The Las Vegas Art Museum is pleased to present an exhibition of recent paintings by Sush Machida Gaikotsu, April 13 – July 8, 2007. The exhibition is the second installment in the Las Vegas Art Museum’s ongoing 702 Series. The 702 Series features solo exhibitions by artists who were born or raised in Las Vegas, who initiated their careers in Las Vegas, or... [Lire la suite]
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13 avril 2007

Découverte d'une ocarina vieille de 6000 ans

Dragan Dautovski, a music academy professor, plays a 6.000 year-old ocarina, an ancient flute-like wind instrument made of pottery material, in Macedonia's capital Skopje, on Thursday, April 12, 2007. The ocarina had been found in Mramor, a neolithic archeological site near the town of Veles, in central Macedonia. (AP Photo/Vangel Tanurovski)
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