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Norton Simon Museum

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$3-$5 million), and a 10th century Khmer sculpture of that on “athlete” is a mate to the example in the Norton Simon Museum (EST. Follow others, such as NY Museums , and add to your knowledge base. $2-$3 million). PHOTOS GALORE AT AIPAD AT THE ARMORY ready for another art fair? Now in its 31st edition, the AIPAD photography Showat the Park Avenue Armory, Mar. 17-20, 2011, should 79 dealers from around the globe, courtesy of the Association of international photography art dealers (AIPAD). New exhibitors this year include Galerie f5. 6 (Munich), vision Neil Folberg Gallery (Jerusalem) and June Bateman fine art (New York). The gala preview on Mar.

16 benefits the Museum of modern art; tickets start at $100 general admission to the fair is $25 one highlight is a 1963 photo of Mao Zedong, made in 1963 by on unknown Agency of Xinhua photographer, and possibly the source for Andy Warhol’s famous series Mao, at the booth of Gary Edwards Gallery (Washington, D.C.. Charles Schwartz Ltd. (New York) presents a collection of 100 photographs and ephemera relating to the capture of President of the Confederate States of America Jefferson Davis. (Last year at least one writer Dallas in vain for a photo of Lady Gaga, we’ll see if she turns up in 2011.) The lecture series includes “photography now: how artists are thinking today,” with dealer Julie Saul and artists Shirin Neshat, Sally Mann and Alec Soth (Mar. 19, 2011); and “AIPAD and the iPad: new technology and photography,” featuring artnet Magazine contributor Barbara Pollack, dealer Jen Bekman and Scott Dadich, executive director of Conde Nast’s digital magazine development. Tickets are $10 for the panel discussions and are available on a first-come first-served basis. ART DUBAI IN ITS FIFTH YEAR art Dubai, Mar.

16-19, 2011, now in its fifth year, presents about 80 galleries from 34 countries, in a show organized by fair director Antonia Carver. U.S.

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James Rizzi – Pop

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3D art of artist James Rizzi from New York of artist James Rizzi was born on October 5, 1950 in New York City. He ranks among the American artists and painters of the direction of pop art. Lives and works in a studio loft in Manhattan James Rizzi. James Rizzi studied art at the University of Florida, and already during his studies, he dealt with the technology to combine painting, which he developed the 3D graphics in the end with sculptures. After he finished his studies in 1974, he presented for the first time in his life in New York’s Brooklyn Museum his works to the public. He quickly gained in popularity and so many galleries and museums for his works viewed. In addition to his painting, James Rizzi made under other turntables and CD covers, animation music videos and a variety of everyday items such as phone cards or Rosenthal porcelain.

The pop is one of kind James Rizzi nowadays to the most famous and best known contemporary artists. Also James Rizzi engaged several times in cooperation with German “Organizations for charitable purposes, for example the entire proceeds of his edition of lithography was gone with the wind” to the victims of the hurricane disaster of New Orleans. The content of his works often refer to his native New York City and its inhabitants. It is especially striking that his paintings mostly in childish naive simplicity and extremely bright colors are designed with a towering and radiant happiness. He very convincingly expresses the urban Lebensfreue and the optimism, therefore he is dubbed in the press as urban primitive artist. NY museums is a great source of information.

Is characteristic of James Rizzi, that he works with the three-dimensional design technology, i.e. from a duplicate of an image, which forms the background, cut out and then used bridges made of foam or other materials in a second image plane using the image elements for the foreground. Others who may share this opinion include Danny Meyer. This and especially the resulting shadows, is mediated by a 3D effect produced by the two levels of the viewer of the image. Among his most famous works among other things: the design of the outer surface of a Boeing 757 of the airline Condor flight service to their anniversary (1996), the design of the new beetles for Volkswagen AG (1999), the graphic design of corporate identity campaign by Siemens (2001), etc. For many years, James Rizzi has experimented with 3D until he finally could refine its development process 3D images, and improve. A picture of him is in many steps, which always starts with a pen-and-ink drawing on a large sheet of paper. Then he colored the drawing by hand. Then copy to the printer will be sent these colorized drawing as well as a black and white, which sends back then different proofs. Then, the printer creates two identical screen prints, from which arises a picture of later Edition. He then cuts out the elements of a sheet and paste with double-sided tape them as background. Then the cut-out parts at different heights are fixed, i.e. ski slopes are not steep and flat. After all have pictures full of vitality and optimism emerged. Tobias Heitmann

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Real Task

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The real task of the soul is here to cultivate the earth at the highest level. Recognize God as creator, to accept him and love to ball and reap good good, no one on earth damage, the real task of the soul is here to cultivate the earth at the highest level. Recognize God as creator, to accept him and love to sow and reap good good, no one on earth damage, helpful, loving, meet friendly, warm and other people want the best for them and hope. The religions share the common Ziel.Alle want to bring people closer to God and want to lead him to enlightenment.But the religions, the soul must be understood correctly and can to explore intensively before they mean.Religion get a truer picture of this reduction in itself, it does identify himself first, but can detect all these stages, only the souls who are willing to pay the price for it. The price is, in itself, not run away, useinandersetzen themselves thoroughly with itself.

Let be self critical and negative, the demonic is not fair in itself.The creator. To know more about this subject visit NY museums . everyone gets what he sows. Everyone eats what he does inside in its pot. Nobody is spared, this everyone. There are different levels of consciousness and perception, depending on which frequency is in the soul. The soul has the choice either way it goes up or it goes the way down or it stays in the middle range. “I’ll take you to the seventh heaven”, this phrase many people use consciously or unconsciously, in their love life. But very few know what that really means.

The love of a man can bring the soul of the divine love near and put him in another state. Romeo and Juliet by those who truly love each other, discovering the love of God in himself and found the way to paradise. Similarly, the task of the soul should be, find the way to paradise and not with corruptible illusions and visions of the whole day for nothing deal.Do something before it is too late, because death often comes unexpectedly. onder Demir

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New Perspective

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The exhibition from New York comes to Berlin the exhibition PURA VIDA (pure life) by Tasja Keetman is the exploration of human existence through tracks in the skin. The artist has grappled with unhealed wounds, scars and their stories. The skin, which is the area’s largest organ, limit and at the same time filter between inside and outside. . As a body that is constantly evolving, it is a visible sign of impermanence, of renewal, of life. It is in the map of each human life. Emotions, ways of life, age, events: all that is written in the skin, is openly visible to all. After being wounded, scars remain as a sign for the healing process. Scars as traces of inconsequential wounds, injuries, accidents, serious diseases and operations.

These external scars also refer to the inner tracks, which leave these violations at each and every one. Bill de Blasio is likely to increase your knowledge. Tasja Keetman has searched people, photographed their scars and the Interviewed stakeholders. Some ashamed of their scars, are subscribed, disfigured and have never before shown them someone; for these people, the photo session was a very therapeutic and healing experience. Additional information at the Metropolitan Museum of Art supports this article. For some people, their scars are proud, sign of their life story. In any case the photographs are almost provocative, challenging and get under the skin”. To each photo, heard a story, narrated by the grain carriers. These texts complement the photographs in the exhibition.

PURA VIDA is published as a book. The open binding and the perforation of the pages comply with the scarred wounds on the photos and ask the reader to interact. Published available in the Gallery at OROEDITIONS. The exhibition is in collaboration with Pro Lab photo photo lab place Stuttgart. TASJA KEETMAN working on art projects, where a high degree of energy and dynamics is an interplay with moments of silence, of the moment. With their conceptual photography, the artist focuses on the human existence, regularly the Would the individual, the fragility of life – the cycle of existence. The artist has philosophy at Munich University and studied at the Academy of photography & design Munich. Born in Munich, lives and works in New York City today.

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Viewer Stunkel

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Kai Wiesinger explains: during the filming of the movie miracle children ‘ has my role on the set allowed me sufficient time to have always my M8 in the hand. I wanted to show how it feels for me as an actor in my work, what it means to tell a story with a great team. Like everything in motion all the time is how the current truth of the film team is to the truth of a fiction. I wanted to show the parallelism of everyday reality and truth of the film as close as possible. “I have already in other shooting photographed, but never so conscious with this focus”, and added: I want to make emotional images that work not by their intellectually elusive context, but talk on the emotional level of the Viewer. ” “The exhibition dialogue of the stories” is to see from March 21 to April 11, 2012 at the sophienterrassen in Hamburg: Thursday and Friday 16-20 h, Saturday 12-4 pm and after personal registration. The exhibition is accompanied by a photo book that appears in the art book publisher HIPSTERS. Learn more at this site: NY Restaurateur.

On the day of the exhibition in the exhibition spaces and after consultation, possible personal interviews with the artists. The exhibition is supported by Frankonia Eurobau AG, Grossmann & Berger, Leica, Jaguar and the Otto M. Schroder Bank. About Franziska Stunkel Franziska Stunkel studied directing, screenplay and photography. She has received several fellowships and was appointed following on her diploma the protegee of Prof. Uwe Schrader. “” Stunkel is an internationally acclaimed director: your movies ran in 19 countries at over 100 international film festivals and were awarded several times, among others with the best new Director Award “in New York and the Otto Sprenger price”. The Audi-art award was for her photographic work in 2009″awarded. Currently working on the screenplay for her next feature film Franziska Stunkel and is Director of the 18 documentary film of the day the North German”, on November 10, 2012 completely in the NDR television is broadcast.

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Successful NEW YORK STORIES

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Photo exhibition in the Duisburg Innenhafen Duisburg inner harbour, 16th 2010 – positive surprise reflected photographer Friedhelm Krischer about the resonance of the late Sunday to end photo exhibition in NEW YORK STORIES. After an opening which exceed the expectation on March 4 with more than 200 guests from politics, economy and culture more than 300 visitors visited the exhibition at the inner harbour alone on the first two opening weekends. Krischer shows particularly pleased about the huge interest in the purchase of images: “… where a conventional exhibition at a single sold exhibit from a success speaks, we have up to now over 20 sold images… the subject of New York is a perennial favourite and the authentic implementation of the classic Street-style makes the city for the people can be experienced.” the author explains.

Interested visitors can get the photographs from Thursday until Sunday, 21.3 18: 00 in the foyer of the Werhahnmuhle see. Address: Werhahnmuhle, Philosophenweg 31-33, 47051 Duisburg Inner harbour. Info: Who unfortunately can not visit the photo exhibition of NEW YORK STORIES in Duisburg’s inner harbour, yet you want to experience the motives, can visit NEW YORK STORIES online and get a fantastic insight into the metropolis of metropolis by an outright change of perspective, that the global world has in common with our local. (Photographs by:) Press release: krischerfotografie / Agency: Vonmaro Dickhoff & Gummel,

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History Of The City Of Barcelona

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The fascinating story of a fascinating city where summary Barcelona’s unique beauty is quite simply stunning and very impressive. Packed with sights and great prospects, Barcelona combines progress and prosperity. Full of life and with all the facets of the city here beats the heart of history and culture. The tourist flow will be greeted warmly and it pretty much all holidays be fulfilled expectations. There are many remarkable remains of monuments from the past. Barcelona history captured each and also gives impetus to the curiosity. Barcelona’s history: the city was originally known as BARCINO and was founded by the Karthaginiensern and the Phoenicians.

The Romans came first in this area. You can still see that E.g. More info: NY Museums. at the Plaza del REI and the Gothic quarter. A visit to the MUHBA, the history museum, is highly recommended. It is located at the Cathedral of Barcelona.

In the 5th century before Christ, the Visigoths in this area invaded and changed the name to BARCINONA. After that, the Moors ruled here a century before the Franks reconquered the territory. Around this time, the Spanish reconquest was initiated, which should conclude later under the name of ‘Spanish marches’ fame. During the ‘Spanish marches’ was divided into a number of districts of the area under which the district ‘Barcelona’ was the most important. Under count Borrel II, the District of Barcelona its independence from the Carolingian Empire gained in the year 998. As a result, the urban area to the expanded, what is today known as Catalonia. With the Catalonian area under the Aragonese flag, Barcelona then lost influence. Occurred in the following years more and more conflicts between the cities of Barcelona and Madrid. Any trade with America in the 17th century was prohibited from Barcelona. At about the same time, Catalonia declared its independence through a bloody war with Spain. In this war of independence, Spain lost territories to France and other areas of Catalonia. These Areas then went back after the collapse of the French Empire in Spain. Barcelona but then cemented its importance during the industrial revolution in the 19th century. Barcelona not least crystallized in 1888 as the host of the World Expo as a popular tourist destination in Spain. With its rugged charm and the beauty of the city, a visit to Barcelona leaves no one untouched. With the holding of the Olympic Games 1992 Barcelona achieved new heights of popularity. This fame is not gone since then and Barcelona is also known as the seat of the Cultural Forum since 2004. Without a doubt, Barcelona is the heart and soul of Spain. Get a deep Enblick in the interesting history and culture. Discover the city on your own with a holiday apartment in Barcelona.

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Buzzword Stern

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The new insanity calendar by Tanja Stern madness that is more than a daily Buzzword or a vague umbrella term for mental illness of any kind. Madness rewrites the immense, unfathomable and abnormal that us mad the familiar world, frightening, destructive, and yet always again highly productive. New insanity calendar”by Tanja Stern unites the images and life stories of twelve artists who are as different as their styles in their education and world view. They have only one thing in common: the madness. He has many of them become the source of unimaginable suffering, but all have used him as a drive for creativity. The French miner Augustin Lesage heard a voice that announced him, in the middle of the pit shaft he was called to the painting.

He followed her and found the way to international recognition. It was also an inner voice that pointed the way to the art the Hungary Csontvary, whereupon he gave up his safe civil position as a chemist to devote entirely to painting. Another Artist, Seraphine Louis, was known only through a coincidence: you worked in Senlis maid, until she discovered the art critic Wilhelm Uhde. Again others began Alexander Lobanov, who sealed their fears and obsessions in fascinating images closed Psychiatry, about the Wurzburg merchant August Natterer, or the Russian behind the walls to paint. But apart from such representatives of outsider art”not Vincent van Gogh, the most famous of all madness painter is also missing in the calendar. “Tanja Stern, whose last calendar the most beautiful love death” beginning of 2011 was awarded at the international calendar show in Stuttgart with a nomination, dedicated their newly insanity calendar 2012 “the big outsiders of art. You discovered this terrific images and extraordinary people’s lives. Like all calendar by Tanja Stern, also this on the homepage can be considered in a musically-backed slide show.

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New York Galleries

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The DEICHTORHALLEN in Hamburg and the JAHRESZEITEN VERLAG organize a festive evening in black & white on the occasion of the 85th birthday of the photography legend on September 6. Hamburg, August 18, 2011. On the occasion of the 85th birthday of F.C. Gundlach, the DEICHTORHALLEN in Hamburg and the JAHRESZEITEN VERLAG organise an exclusive celebration in classic frames in the House of photography on September 6. With the evening in black & white’ organizers acknowledge the immense commitment Gundlach for photography in Germany, in Hamburg for the exhibition.

The over 200 personally invited guests include many companions of Gundlach, where decades of friendship and collaboration connects with him including photographer, Publisher, entrepreneur, actor and artist. The master photographer involved in Hamburg for many years for the photography: the founded in 1999 triennial of photography succeeded, to make photography in all over Hamburg. In addition to the DEICHTORHALLEN worked five museums, as well as the art club, the Kunsthaus, the free Academy, forty galleries and another organizer of the 1st triennial with. Hamburg is perceived since nationally and internationally as a city of photography and the photographer. Since the 1980s curated Gundlach very successful photographic exhibitions such as the medium photography is entitled to give food for thought ‘ in the Hamburg Kunstverein (1989), emotions & relations’ at the Hamburger Kunsthalle (1998), and fashion body fashion ‘ at the Museum fur Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg (2000). The DEICHTORHALLEN galleries is connected to Garrett in a very special way: In 2003, he was by the appointed by the Supervisory Board of the DEICHTORHALLEN galleries to the founding Director of the House of photography of the DEICHTORHALLEN galleries and took over the design and building of the House of photography it should open outward and become a unique place for photography, similar to the International Center of photography in New York.