09 mars 2007

Temporada : Mexique – Un autre Manzanares débute comme torero à cheval

Manuel Manzanares, fils du maestro retiré José María Manzanares et frère cadet de l’actuel matador de toros homonymique, effectuera ses débuts officiels en qualité de rejoneador ce vendredi 9 mars, en soirée, dans le cadre de la première novillada organisée cette année dans les arènes mexicaines de Juriquilla (Querétaro), aux côtés des novillero espagnol Salvador Fuentes et du Mexicain Santiago Fausta, face à du bétail de Marrón, propriété de l’éleveur aztèque José Joaquín Marrón. Cette course est organisée par les impresarii... [Lire la suite]
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08 mars 2007

Cartes postales d'Annam : HUE - Le Chef des Comédiens du Roi et 3 Acteurs

Collection P. Dieulefils, 53 Rue Jules Ferry, Hanoï. (Indochine Française)
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08 mars 2007

Art made in China : Zheng Guogu

Zheng Guogu In the coastal manufacturing city of Yangjiang, a two-bedroom apartment can be purchased for around $7,000. The artist Zheng Gougu’s aquarium-filled triplex, which he pieced together from seven such apartments on the top floors of an ordinary midrise, is, like much of his work, a response to contemporary life in China outside its major cities. Zheng attended art school in Guangzhou, and since his inclusion in ‘‘Cities on the Move’’ a decade ago, his career has taken him around the world. But this seemingly forgettable... [Lire la suite]
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08 mars 2007

Space Argos To Present The Otolith Group

BRUSSELS, BELGIUM.- In its first floor exhibition Space Argos will present the film Otolith I, by the Otolith Group. The Otolith Group was founded in 2002 by the artist Anjalika Sagar and the cultural theorist Kodwo Eshun, who collaborated with the artist Richard Couzins to make Otolith I. The film essay probes the potency of archival images, exploring the poeticisation of mediated memory. Taking its name from otoliths, the minute particles found in the inner ear that help us to balance and to navigate our way across space, the... [Lire la suite]
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08 mars 2007

Bulgari et deux stars légendaires

Sophia Loren wearing a Bvlgari cabochon necklace at a Hollywood party in 1962 to honour her Academy Award and her appearance in Federico Fellini’s film, Boccaccio 70. (Image: Darlene Hammond/Hulton Archive/Getty Images) Elizabeth Taylor in 1967 with her Oscar for Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, wearing her emerald and diamond necklace and earrings, given to her by Richard Burton. (Image: Keystone/Getty Images) Elizabeth Taylor married Richard Burton in 1964, wearing her emerald and diamond brooch given to her by... [Lire la suite]
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08 mars 2007

A Consuming Vision: la Collection Kemper

David Hockney, Mountain from Stunt Road, 1990; oil on canvas, 36 x 48 inches; Collection of the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Bebe and Crosby Kemper Collection, Gift of the William T. Kemper Charitable Trust, UMB Bank, n.a., Trustee, 1995.13 SAVANNAH, GA.- This spring, the Telfair is delighted to host a selection of highlights from the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art in Kansas City, Missouri. Founded in 1994, the Kemper boasts an exceptional collection of works by modern and contemporary artists from around the world. At... [Lire la suite]
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08 mars 2007

Robert Ballagh at Heywood Community School

Robert Ballagh, Homage To Bernadette Greevy, 1978, Acrylic on canvas with tape recorder, 108.5 x 108.6 x 15.4 cm, Gordon Lambert Trust, 1992 DUBLIN, IRELAND.- An exhibition of work by the distinguished Irish artist Robert Ballagh just opened to the public at the Heywood Community School, Ballinakill, Co Laois. Comprising seven works the exhibition focuses on works produced by Ballagh during the 1970s. This exhibition is the fourth collaboration between IMMA’s National Programme and the Heywood Community School and coincides... [Lire la suite]
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08 mars 2007

Salvador Dalí Museum Celebrates 25 Years in St. Petersburg

Salvador Dalí, Daddy Longlegs of the Evening--Hope! (1940); Salvador Dalí Museum ST. PETERSBURG, FL.- March 7, 2007 marks the 25th anniversary of the Salvador Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida. To trace the roots of the Salvador Dalí Museum, you have to start in, of all places, Cleveland. In 1942, a year after their marriage, a young Ohio couple bought themselves a belated wedding present—a painting with images of limp figures, a spider and ants on a barren landscape representing the exile caused by World War II. Not the... [Lire la suite]
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08 mars 2007

La Chaise "Bone" (2006) de Joris Laarman

LAARMAN Joris (Holland) Laar van Puntenburg 2 3511 ER Utrecht The Netherlands 0031 619 878 772 joris@jorislaarman.com www.jorislaarman.com
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08 mars 2007

Le futur musée Louvre Abu Dhabi de Jean Nouvel

Une image umérique du Louvre Abu Dhabi, projet de l'architecte Jean Nouvel. Le bâtiment devrait coûter environ 108 millions de dollars  à construire et devrait renfermer l'art de toute époque et de toute origine, l'art islamique en particulier. Une vue de l'intérieur du Louvre Abu Dhabi, dont l'ouverture est programmée pour 2012. Abu Dhabi a dû débourser 520 millions de dollars pour attacher le nom "Louvre" et 747 autres millions pour le prêt des oeuvres du Louvre, l'organisation d'expositions ainsi que... [Lire la suite]
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