11 mars 2007

L'eau dans le jardin: Les étangs

Les étangs reflètent l'eau miroir, celle dont les images captent la vie changeante du ciel. © Louis Benech
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11 mars 2007

6 BILLION PERPS HELD HOSTAGE!

Institute for Figuring PITTSBURGH, PA.- The exhibition, 6 BILLION PERPS HELD HOSTAGE! Artists Address Global Warming, showcases a diverse collection of art works, including textiles, videos, paintings, drawings, inflatables, photography and music, all directing attention to the topic of global warming. These works serve to raise awareness of our current state of affairs, including U.S. policy, natural disasters, the destructive power of corporations, and the harmful effects of carbon production in the food industry as well as... [Lire la suite]
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11 mars 2007

Old Master Paintings at Sotheby's Amsterdam

Salomon van Ruysdael (Naarden 1600-1670 Haarlem), View of Rhenen, Signed and dated 1660. Oil on canvas, 72.4 by 107,3 cm, €70.000-90.000. Provenance the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles. Sale: Old Master Paintings, 8 May 2007. © Sotheby’s Amsterdam AMSTERDAM.- The sale of Old Master Paintings at Sotheby’s Amsterdam on Tuesday 8 May 2007 offers a variety of landscapes, still-lifes, portraits, biblical and genre scenes. Of special interest are and a group of paintings from the J.Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles, a recently... [Lire la suite]
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11 mars 2007

LA CITE INTERDITE - LE RETOUR DE LA SENSUELLE GONG LI

La Cité interdite est l'occasion pour le réalisateur Zhang Yimou de retrouver son actrice fétiche, Gong Li, avec qui il a tourné près de sept longs métrages dont Le Sorgho rouge, qui l'a révélée, et Epouses et concubines. Leur dernière collaboration remontait à Shanghai Triad en 1995.Avec un budget avoisinant les 45 millions de dollars La Cité interdite est le film le plus cher du cinéma chinois dépassant ainsi Wu ji, la légende des cavaliers du vent de Chen Kaige et Hero, déjà réalisé par Zhang Yimou.Sypnosis. Chine, Xème siècle,... [Lire la suite]
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11 mars 2007

Portraits de mode: Gemma Ward chez Jean Paul Gaultier

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11 mars 2007

P.S.1 Presents "Silicone Valley" Exhibition

Julian LaVerdiere, Soft Targets, 2007, 51 black Nerf federal eagle heads, 180″ diam. x 36″. Courtesy the artist and Lehman Maupin Gallery LONG ISLAND CITY, NY.- P.S.1 presents Silicone Valley , an exhibition featuring 12 American artists whose works, on the surface, posit false realities. By employing and implying decoys, violence, and manifestations of the grotesque, the show probes the merger of seduction with horror. Silicone Valley is on view in the First Floor Main Gallery through April 9, 2007. The title makes reference... [Lire la suite]
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11 mars 2007

"On the Road: Airstream Bambi Travel Trailer" au MOMA NY

Installation view of On the Road: Airstream Bambi Travel Trailer. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Photo: Robin Holland. NEW YORK.- The Museum of Modern Art presents On the Road: Airstream Bambi Travel Trailer , an installation of a newly acquired Airstream Bambi Travel Trailer (1960) and a selection of travel and automobile posters from the collection in the Museum's main lobby. The Bambi 's design and engineering has made it an iconic and enduring travel trailer. It is the seventh automotive design to enter the collection,... [Lire la suite]
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11 mars 2007

Témoignage de mode: Grégoire, 39 ans, photographe

Combien dépensez-vous par mois en fringues ?Oh ! 3 000 F (460 euros, ndlr) par an. Je compte encore en francs, pour dire que je fais rarement les boutiques… J'aime bien ce qui est beau et le beau est cher. Mesurant 1,92 m, je ne suis pas facile à habiller.A quel genre de femmes plaisez-vous ?Pas la femme Rive gauche, c'est certain. La fille Belleville, alors. Réalisatrice, peintre, musicienne, en jean propre et chemise. Et dessous, de la lingerie Chantal Thomass.Qui achète vos vêtements ?Je ne fais du shopping qu'avec ma femme.... [Lire la suite]
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11 mars 2007

Natvar Bhavsar: "The Dimensions of Color"

Natvar Bhavsar, PRA-JNAA, 1999, Pigment on canvas, Private Collection NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ.- The Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum presents Natvar Bhavsar: The Dimensions of Color, on view through July 22, 2007. This exhibition presents about 50 paintings representing over 35 years of the career of Natvar Bhavsar, one of the most prominent and respected artists of Indian heritage working in the United States. Bhavsar’s art is a fine example of how an artist can incorporate aspects of his traditional artistic culture and methods... [Lire la suite]
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11 mars 2007

"Moving Pictures: American Art and Early" at The Phillips Collection

Maurice Brazil Prendergast (1858-1924), Venetian Palaces on the Grand Canal, 1899, watercolor and pencil on off-white wove paper, 14 x 20 3/4 in. Collection of Karen A. and Kevin W. Kennedy WASHINGTON, DC.- The surprising exchange between American artists and the first filmmakers at the turn of the 20th century is the subject of a provocative exhibition on view at The Phillips Collection. Moving Pictures: American Art and Early Film is the first exhibition to fully integrate cinema into the history of American art, rewriting... [Lire la suite]
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