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Bucerius Kunst Forum: Pompeji. Götter, Mythen, Menschen

Der Ausstellungsmarathon der zweiten Hälfte des Jahres geht los… Ganz oben auf meiner Liste steht auf jeden Fall das Bucerius Kunst Forum mit der Ausstellung Rund um die antike Stadt Pompeji.

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After 4 Weeks, finished with build-up / Nach 4 Wochen, Aufbau ist vollständig. http://fuzesi.ch
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After 4 Weeks, finished with build-up / Nach 4 Wochen, Aufbau ist vollständig. http://fuzesi.ch
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After 4 Weeks, finished with build-up / Nach 4 Wochen, Aufbau ist vollständig. http://fuzesi.ch
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After 4 Weeks, finished with build-up / Nach 4 Wochen, Aufbau ist vollständig. http://fuzesi.ch
zsuzsafuzesi:

After 4 Weeks, finished with build-up / Nach 4 Wochen, Aufbau ist vollständig. http://fuzesi.ch
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After 4 Weeks, finished with build-up / Nach 4 Wochen, Aufbau ist vollständig. http://fuzesi.ch

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After 4 Weeks, finished with build-up / Nach 4 Wochen, Aufbau ist vollständig. http://fuzesi.ch

littlelimpstiff14u2:

Darkened Cities by Thierry Cohen
Artist Thierry Cohen photographs the world’s major cities, seeking out views that resonate for him and noting the precise time, angle, and latitude and longitude of his exposure.
In Thierry Cohen’s series, Darkened Cities, we think we see bright night skies over cities. Very traditional, very poetical. Actually, what we’re seeing is the opposite. These skies are an indictment and a lament. These are the skies that we don’t see. They are also extremely clever photography, in which highly skilled execution provides rich layers of meaning.
This is a very powerful treatment. It is laborious in the extreme. To find places with the right degree of atmospheric clarity, Cohen has to go – always on the latitudes of our cities – into the wild places of the earth, the Atacama, the Mojave, the northern wastes of Mongolia. Who among us beyond a handful of professional astronomers would know if Cohen cut the odd corner by finding a good sky not quite so remote? But photography has always had a very tight relationship to reality. A good sky is not the right sky. And the right sky in each case has a huge emotional effect.
littlelimpstiff14u2:

Darkened Cities by Thierry Cohen
Artist Thierry Cohen photographs the world’s major cities, seeking out views that resonate for him and noting the precise time, angle, and latitude and longitude of his exposure.
In Thierry Cohen’s series, Darkened Cities, we think we see bright night skies over cities. Very traditional, very poetical. Actually, what we’re seeing is the opposite. These skies are an indictment and a lament. These are the skies that we don’t see. They are also extremely clever photography, in which highly skilled execution provides rich layers of meaning.
This is a very powerful treatment. It is laborious in the extreme. To find places with the right degree of atmospheric clarity, Cohen has to go – always on the latitudes of our cities – into the wild places of the earth, the Atacama, the Mojave, the northern wastes of Mongolia. Who among us beyond a handful of professional astronomers would know if Cohen cut the odd corner by finding a good sky not quite so remote? But photography has always had a very tight relationship to reality. A good sky is not the right sky. And the right sky in each case has a huge emotional effect.
littlelimpstiff14u2:

Darkened Cities by Thierry Cohen
Artist Thierry Cohen photographs the world’s major cities, seeking out views that resonate for him and noting the precise time, angle, and latitude and longitude of his exposure.
In Thierry Cohen’s series, Darkened Cities, we think we see bright night skies over cities. Very traditional, very poetical. Actually, what we’re seeing is the opposite. These skies are an indictment and a lament. These are the skies that we don’t see. They are also extremely clever photography, in which highly skilled execution provides rich layers of meaning.
This is a very powerful treatment. It is laborious in the extreme. To find places with the right degree of atmospheric clarity, Cohen has to go – always on the latitudes of our cities – into the wild places of the earth, the Atacama, the Mojave, the northern wastes of Mongolia. Who among us beyond a handful of professional astronomers would know if Cohen cut the odd corner by finding a good sky not quite so remote? But photography has always had a very tight relationship to reality. A good sky is not the right sky. And the right sky in each case has a huge emotional effect.
littlelimpstiff14u2:

Darkened Cities by Thierry Cohen
Artist Thierry Cohen photographs the world’s major cities, seeking out views that resonate for him and noting the precise time, angle, and latitude and longitude of his exposure.
In Thierry Cohen’s series, Darkened Cities, we think we see bright night skies over cities. Very traditional, very poetical. Actually, what we’re seeing is the opposite. These skies are an indictment and a lament. These are the skies that we don’t see. They are also extremely clever photography, in which highly skilled execution provides rich layers of meaning.
This is a very powerful treatment. It is laborious in the extreme. To find places with the right degree of atmospheric clarity, Cohen has to go – always on the latitudes of our cities – into the wild places of the earth, the Atacama, the Mojave, the northern wastes of Mongolia. Who among us beyond a handful of professional astronomers would know if Cohen cut the odd corner by finding a good sky not quite so remote? But photography has always had a very tight relationship to reality. A good sky is not the right sky. And the right sky in each case has a huge emotional effect.
littlelimpstiff14u2:

Darkened Cities by Thierry Cohen
Artist Thierry Cohen photographs the world’s major cities, seeking out views that resonate for him and noting the precise time, angle, and latitude and longitude of his exposure.
In Thierry Cohen’s series, Darkened Cities, we think we see bright night skies over cities. Very traditional, very poetical. Actually, what we’re seeing is the opposite. These skies are an indictment and a lament. These are the skies that we don’t see. They are also extremely clever photography, in which highly skilled execution provides rich layers of meaning.
This is a very powerful treatment. It is laborious in the extreme. To find places with the right degree of atmospheric clarity, Cohen has to go – always on the latitudes of our cities – into the wild places of the earth, the Atacama, the Mojave, the northern wastes of Mongolia. Who among us beyond a handful of professional astronomers would know if Cohen cut the odd corner by finding a good sky not quite so remote? But photography has always had a very tight relationship to reality. A good sky is not the right sky. And the right sky in each case has a huge emotional effect.
littlelimpstiff14u2:

Darkened Cities by Thierry Cohen
Artist Thierry Cohen photographs the world’s major cities, seeking out views that resonate for him and noting the precise time, angle, and latitude and longitude of his exposure.
In Thierry Cohen’s series, Darkened Cities, we think we see bright night skies over cities. Very traditional, very poetical. Actually, what we’re seeing is the opposite. These skies are an indictment and a lament. These are the skies that we don’t see. They are also extremely clever photography, in which highly skilled execution provides rich layers of meaning.
This is a very powerful treatment. It is laborious in the extreme. To find places with the right degree of atmospheric clarity, Cohen has to go – always on the latitudes of our cities – into the wild places of the earth, the Atacama, the Mojave, the northern wastes of Mongolia. Who among us beyond a handful of professional astronomers would know if Cohen cut the odd corner by finding a good sky not quite so remote? But photography has always had a very tight relationship to reality. A good sky is not the right sky. And the right sky in each case has a huge emotional effect.
littlelimpstiff14u2:

Darkened Cities by Thierry Cohen
Artist Thierry Cohen photographs the world’s major cities, seeking out views that resonate for him and noting the precise time, angle, and latitude and longitude of his exposure.
In Thierry Cohen’s series, Darkened Cities, we think we see bright night skies over cities. Very traditional, very poetical. Actually, what we’re seeing is the opposite. These skies are an indictment and a lament. These are the skies that we don’t see. They are also extremely clever photography, in which highly skilled execution provides rich layers of meaning.
This is a very powerful treatment. It is laborious in the extreme. To find places with the right degree of atmospheric clarity, Cohen has to go – always on the latitudes of our cities – into the wild places of the earth, the Atacama, the Mojave, the northern wastes of Mongolia. Who among us beyond a handful of professional astronomers would know if Cohen cut the odd corner by finding a good sky not quite so remote? But photography has always had a very tight relationship to reality. A good sky is not the right sky. And the right sky in each case has a huge emotional effect.
littlelimpstiff14u2:

Darkened Cities by Thierry Cohen
Artist Thierry Cohen photographs the world’s major cities, seeking out views that resonate for him and noting the precise time, angle, and latitude and longitude of his exposure.
In Thierry Cohen’s series, Darkened Cities, we think we see bright night skies over cities. Very traditional, very poetical. Actually, what we’re seeing is the opposite. These skies are an indictment and a lament. These are the skies that we don’t see. They are also extremely clever photography, in which highly skilled execution provides rich layers of meaning.
This is a very powerful treatment. It is laborious in the extreme. To find places with the right degree of atmospheric clarity, Cohen has to go – always on the latitudes of our cities – into the wild places of the earth, the Atacama, the Mojave, the northern wastes of Mongolia. Who among us beyond a handful of professional astronomers would know if Cohen cut the odd corner by finding a good sky not quite so remote? But photography has always had a very tight relationship to reality. A good sky is not the right sky. And the right sky in each case has a huge emotional effect.
littlelimpstiff14u2:

Darkened Cities by Thierry Cohen
Artist Thierry Cohen photographs the world’s major cities, seeking out views that resonate for him and noting the precise time, angle, and latitude and longitude of his exposure.
In Thierry Cohen’s series, Darkened Cities, we think we see bright night skies over cities. Very traditional, very poetical. Actually, what we’re seeing is the opposite. These skies are an indictment and a lament. These are the skies that we don’t see. They are also extremely clever photography, in which highly skilled execution provides rich layers of meaning.
This is a very powerful treatment. It is laborious in the extreme. To find places with the right degree of atmospheric clarity, Cohen has to go – always on the latitudes of our cities – into the wild places of the earth, the Atacama, the Mojave, the northern wastes of Mongolia. Who among us beyond a handful of professional astronomers would know if Cohen cut the odd corner by finding a good sky not quite so remote? But photography has always had a very tight relationship to reality. A good sky is not the right sky. And the right sky in each case has a huge emotional effect.
littlelimpstiff14u2:

Darkened Cities by Thierry Cohen
Artist Thierry Cohen photographs the world’s major cities, seeking out views that resonate for him and noting the precise time, angle, and latitude and longitude of his exposure.
In Thierry Cohen’s series, Darkened Cities, we think we see bright night skies over cities. Very traditional, very poetical. Actually, what we’re seeing is the opposite. These skies are an indictment and a lament. These are the skies that we don’t see. They are also extremely clever photography, in which highly skilled execution provides rich layers of meaning.
This is a very powerful treatment. It is laborious in the extreme. To find places with the right degree of atmospheric clarity, Cohen has to go – always on the latitudes of our cities – into the wild places of the earth, the Atacama, the Mojave, the northern wastes of Mongolia. Who among us beyond a handful of professional astronomers would know if Cohen cut the odd corner by finding a good sky not quite so remote? But photography has always had a very tight relationship to reality. A good sky is not the right sky. And the right sky in each case has a huge emotional effect.

littlelimpstiff14u2:

Darkened Cities by Thierry Cohen

Artist Thierry Cohen photographs the world’s major cities, seeking out views that resonate for him and noting the precise time, angle, and latitude and longitude of his exposure.

In Thierry Cohen’s series, Darkened Cities, we think we see bright night skies over cities. Very traditional, very poetical. Actually, what we’re seeing is the opposite. These skies are an indictment and a lament. These are the skies that we don’t see. They are also extremely clever photography, in which highly skilled execution provides rich layers of meaning.

This is a very powerful treatment. It is laborious in the extreme. To find places with the right degree of atmospheric clarity, Cohen has to go – always on the latitudes of our cities – into the wild places of the earth, the Atacama, the Mojave, the northern wastes of Mongolia. Who among us beyond a handful of professional astronomers would know if Cohen cut the odd corner by finding a good sky not quite so remote? But photography has always had a very tight relationship to reality. A good sky is not the right sky. And the right sky in each case has a huge emotional effect.

archiemcphee:

Turkish multimedia artist Erdal Inci experiments with cloned motion in video to create awesomely hypnotic looping videos and gifs of himself moving through public spaces, sometimes carrying lights or other objects. Depending on the exposure, Inci sometimes appears to be no more than a shadow or isn’t visible at all, making his videos even more mysterious and dreamlike.

He states: “I realized that if you clone a recorded performance contiguously it will become perpetual. So that you can see all the time phases of the same performance in a small amount of time like 1 or 2 seconds. This gives you the chance of thinking like a choreographer with a mass crew or painter who fills its frame not in forms and colour but motion. At this point I could tell I am inspired by patterns in traditional arts & crafts , dance and repetition. Motion, performance and real environments are the outlines of the work.”

Check out more of Erdal Inci’s mesmerizing video art (and at much higher resolution) over on Vimeo, Facebook or Instagram.
[via Colossal and iGNANT]
archiemcphee:

Turkish multimedia artist Erdal Inci experiments with cloned motion in video to create awesomely hypnotic looping videos and gifs of himself moving through public spaces, sometimes carrying lights or other objects. Depending on the exposure, Inci sometimes appears to be no more than a shadow or isn’t visible at all, making his videos even more mysterious and dreamlike.

He states: “I realized that if you clone a recorded performance contiguously it will become perpetual. So that you can see all the time phases of the same performance in a small amount of time like 1 or 2 seconds. This gives you the chance of thinking like a choreographer with a mass crew or painter who fills its frame not in forms and colour but motion. At this point I could tell I am inspired by patterns in traditional arts & crafts , dance and repetition. Motion, performance and real environments are the outlines of the work.”

Check out more of Erdal Inci’s mesmerizing video art (and at much higher resolution) over on Vimeo, Facebook or Instagram.
[via Colossal and iGNANT]
archiemcphee:

Turkish multimedia artist Erdal Inci experiments with cloned motion in video to create awesomely hypnotic looping videos and gifs of himself moving through public spaces, sometimes carrying lights or other objects. Depending on the exposure, Inci sometimes appears to be no more than a shadow or isn’t visible at all, making his videos even more mysterious and dreamlike.

He states: “I realized that if you clone a recorded performance contiguously it will become perpetual. So that you can see all the time phases of the same performance in a small amount of time like 1 or 2 seconds. This gives you the chance of thinking like a choreographer with a mass crew or painter who fills its frame not in forms and colour but motion. At this point I could tell I am inspired by patterns in traditional arts & crafts , dance and repetition. Motion, performance and real environments are the outlines of the work.”

Check out more of Erdal Inci’s mesmerizing video art (and at much higher resolution) over on Vimeo, Facebook or Instagram.
[via Colossal and iGNANT]
archiemcphee:

Turkish multimedia artist Erdal Inci experiments with cloned motion in video to create awesomely hypnotic looping videos and gifs of himself moving through public spaces, sometimes carrying lights or other objects. Depending on the exposure, Inci sometimes appears to be no more than a shadow or isn’t visible at all, making his videos even more mysterious and dreamlike.

He states: “I realized that if you clone a recorded performance contiguously it will become perpetual. So that you can see all the time phases of the same performance in a small amount of time like 1 or 2 seconds. This gives you the chance of thinking like a choreographer with a mass crew or painter who fills its frame not in forms and colour but motion. At this point I could tell I am inspired by patterns in traditional arts & crafts , dance and repetition. Motion, performance and real environments are the outlines of the work.”

Check out more of Erdal Inci’s mesmerizing video art (and at much higher resolution) over on Vimeo, Facebook or Instagram.
[via Colossal and iGNANT]
archiemcphee:

Turkish multimedia artist Erdal Inci experiments with cloned motion in video to create awesomely hypnotic looping videos and gifs of himself moving through public spaces, sometimes carrying lights or other objects. Depending on the exposure, Inci sometimes appears to be no more than a shadow or isn’t visible at all, making his videos even more mysterious and dreamlike.

He states: “I realized that if you clone a recorded performance contiguously it will become perpetual. So that you can see all the time phases of the same performance in a small amount of time like 1 or 2 seconds. This gives you the chance of thinking like a choreographer with a mass crew or painter who fills its frame not in forms and colour but motion. At this point I could tell I am inspired by patterns in traditional arts & crafts , dance and repetition. Motion, performance and real environments are the outlines of the work.”

Check out more of Erdal Inci’s mesmerizing video art (and at much higher resolution) over on Vimeo, Facebook or Instagram.
[via Colossal and iGNANT]
archiemcphee:

Turkish multimedia artist Erdal Inci experiments with cloned motion in video to create awesomely hypnotic looping videos and gifs of himself moving through public spaces, sometimes carrying lights or other objects. Depending on the exposure, Inci sometimes appears to be no more than a shadow or isn’t visible at all, making his videos even more mysterious and dreamlike.

He states: “I realized that if you clone a recorded performance contiguously it will become perpetual. So that you can see all the time phases of the same performance in a small amount of time like 1 or 2 seconds. This gives you the chance of thinking like a choreographer with a mass crew or painter who fills its frame not in forms and colour but motion. At this point I could tell I am inspired by patterns in traditional arts & crafts , dance and repetition. Motion, performance and real environments are the outlines of the work.”

Check out more of Erdal Inci’s mesmerizing video art (and at much higher resolution) over on Vimeo, Facebook or Instagram.
[via Colossal and iGNANT]
archiemcphee:

Turkish multimedia artist Erdal Inci experiments with cloned motion in video to create awesomely hypnotic looping videos and gifs of himself moving through public spaces, sometimes carrying lights or other objects. Depending on the exposure, Inci sometimes appears to be no more than a shadow or isn’t visible at all, making his videos even more mysterious and dreamlike.

He states: “I realized that if you clone a recorded performance contiguously it will become perpetual. So that you can see all the time phases of the same performance in a small amount of time like 1 or 2 seconds. This gives you the chance of thinking like a choreographer with a mass crew or painter who fills its frame not in forms and colour but motion. At this point I could tell I am inspired by patterns in traditional arts & crafts , dance and repetition. Motion, performance and real environments are the outlines of the work.”

Check out more of Erdal Inci’s mesmerizing video art (and at much higher resolution) over on Vimeo, Facebook or Instagram.
[via Colossal and iGNANT]
archiemcphee:

Turkish multimedia artist Erdal Inci experiments with cloned motion in video to create awesomely hypnotic looping videos and gifs of himself moving through public spaces, sometimes carrying lights or other objects. Depending on the exposure, Inci sometimes appears to be no more than a shadow or isn’t visible at all, making his videos even more mysterious and dreamlike.

He states: “I realized that if you clone a recorded performance contiguously it will become perpetual. So that you can see all the time phases of the same performance in a small amount of time like 1 or 2 seconds. This gives you the chance of thinking like a choreographer with a mass crew or painter who fills its frame not in forms and colour but motion. At this point I could tell I am inspired by patterns in traditional arts & crafts , dance and repetition. Motion, performance and real environments are the outlines of the work.”

Check out more of Erdal Inci’s mesmerizing video art (and at much higher resolution) over on Vimeo, Facebook or Instagram.
[via Colossal and iGNANT]
archiemcphee:

Turkish multimedia artist Erdal Inci experiments with cloned motion in video to create awesomely hypnotic looping videos and gifs of himself moving through public spaces, sometimes carrying lights or other objects. Depending on the exposure, Inci sometimes appears to be no more than a shadow or isn’t visible at all, making his videos even more mysterious and dreamlike.

He states: “I realized that if you clone a recorded performance contiguously it will become perpetual. So that you can see all the time phases of the same performance in a small amount of time like 1 or 2 seconds. This gives you the chance of thinking like a choreographer with a mass crew or painter who fills its frame not in forms and colour but motion. At this point I could tell I am inspired by patterns in traditional arts & crafts , dance and repetition. Motion, performance and real environments are the outlines of the work.”

Check out more of Erdal Inci’s mesmerizing video art (and at much higher resolution) over on Vimeo, Facebook or Instagram.
[via Colossal and iGNANT]
archiemcphee:

Turkish multimedia artist Erdal Inci experiments with cloned motion in video to create awesomely hypnotic looping videos and gifs of himself moving through public spaces, sometimes carrying lights or other objects. Depending on the exposure, Inci sometimes appears to be no more than a shadow or isn’t visible at all, making his videos even more mysterious and dreamlike.

He states: “I realized that if you clone a recorded performance contiguously it will become perpetual. So that you can see all the time phases of the same performance in a small amount of time like 1 or 2 seconds. This gives you the chance of thinking like a choreographer with a mass crew or painter who fills its frame not in forms and colour but motion. At this point I could tell I am inspired by patterns in traditional arts & crafts , dance and repetition. Motion, performance and real environments are the outlines of the work.”

Check out more of Erdal Inci’s mesmerizing video art (and at much higher resolution) over on Vimeo, Facebook or Instagram.
[via Colossal and iGNANT]

archiemcphee:

Turkish multimedia artist Erdal Inci experiments with cloned motion in video to create awesomely hypnotic looping videos and gifs of himself moving through public spaces, sometimes carrying lights or other objects. Depending on the exposure, Inci sometimes appears to be no more than a shadow or isn’t visible at all, making his videos even more mysterious and dreamlike.

He states: “I realized that if you clone a recorded performance contiguously it will become perpetual. So that you can see all the time phases of the same performance in a small amount of time like 1 or 2 seconds. This gives you the chance of thinking like a choreographer with a mass crew or painter who fills its frame not in forms and colour but motion. At this point I could tell I am inspired by patterns in traditional arts & crafts , dance and repetition. Motion, performance and real environments are the outlines of the work.”

Check out more of Erdal Inci’s mesmerizing video art (and at much higher resolution) over on Vimeo, Facebook or Instagram.

[via Colossal and iGNANT]

asylum-art:

Andre Ermolaev  Icelandic Landscapes Photography
He is a Russian photographer whose latest series features trails of Icelandic rivers twisting through endless beds of volcanic ash
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asylum-art:

Andre Ermolaev  Icelandic Landscapes Photography
He is a Russian photographer whose latest series features trails of Icelandic rivers twisting through endless beds of volcanic ash
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asylum-art:

Andre Ermolaev  Icelandic Landscapes Photography
He is a Russian photographer whose latest series features trails of Icelandic rivers twisting through endless beds of volcanic ash
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asylum-art:

Andre Ermolaev  Icelandic Landscapes Photography
He is a Russian photographer whose latest series features trails of Icelandic rivers twisting through endless beds of volcanic ash
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asylum-art:

Andre Ermolaev  Icelandic Landscapes Photography
He is a Russian photographer whose latest series features trails of Icelandic rivers twisting through endless beds of volcanic ash
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asylum-art:

Andre Ermolaev  Icelandic Landscapes Photography
He is a Russian photographer whose latest series features trails of Icelandic rivers twisting through endless beds of volcanic ash
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asylum-art:

Andre Ermolaev  Icelandic Landscapes Photography
He is a Russian photographer whose latest series features trails of Icelandic rivers twisting through endless beds of volcanic ash
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asylum-art:

Andre Ermolaev  Icelandic Landscapes Photography
He is a Russian photographer whose latest series features trails of Icelandic rivers twisting through endless beds of volcanic ash
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asylum-art:

Andre Ermolaev  Icelandic Landscapes Photography
He is a Russian photographer whose latest series features trails of Icelandic rivers twisting through endless beds of volcanic ash
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asylum-art:

Andre Ermolaev  Icelandic Landscapes Photography
He is a Russian photographer whose latest series features trails of Icelandic rivers twisting through endless beds of volcanic ash
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asylum-art:

Andre Ermolaev  Icelandic Landscapes Photography

He is a Russian photographer whose latest series features trails of Icelandic rivers twisting through endless beds of volcanic ash

Antonella Zazzera 

Antonella Zazzera 

Herbert Golser - Ohne Titel, Kirschholz und Stahl

Herbert Golser - Ohne Titel, Kirschholz und Stahl


Painter painting in our land pictures of only white angels Painter painting in our time in shadows of yesterday 
Painter, if you paint with love, paint me some black angels now For all good blacks in heaven, painter show us that you care
Eartha Kitt - Angelitos Negros (1970 performance)

Hier das ganze Video

Painter painting in our land pictures of only white angels Painter painting in our time in shadows of yesterday 
Painter, if you paint with love, paint me some black angels now For all good blacks in heaven, painter show us that you care
Eartha Kitt - Angelitos Negros (1970 performance)

Hier das ganze Video

Painter painting in our land pictures of only white angels Painter painting in our time in shadows of yesterday 
Painter, if you paint with love, paint me some black angels now For all good blacks in heaven, painter show us that you care
Eartha Kitt - Angelitos Negros (1970 performance)

Hier das ganze Video

Painter painting in our land pictures of only white angels
Painter painting in our time in shadows of yesterday

Painter, if you paint with love, paint me some black angels now
For all good blacks in heaven, painter show us that you care

Eartha Kitt - Angelitos Negros (1970 performance)

Hier das ganze Video

(via youbetterbebatman)

Restaurierung italienischer Holztafelbilder mit Groteskendarstellungen aus dem frühen 16. Jahrhundert

Insbesondere die mechanische Vergoldung (von der im letzten Beitrag die Rede war) ist nicht sehr langlebig und kann von einem Restorator erneuert bzw. ergänzt werden. Restoratoren leisten aber noch viel mehr um alte Kunstwerke zu erhalten und zu konservieren. Hier erfährt man an einem Beispiel wie umfangreich die Arbeiten sein können.

Vergoldetechniken

Gestern hatte ich im Rahmen einer Junggesellinnen-Abschiedsfeier einen kleinen Workshop zum Thema “Alles, was glänzt – Vergolden” im Niedersächsischen Landesmuseum Hannover besucht. Ich fühlte mich prompt in meine Studienzeit versetzt als wir ein schönes Referatspapier mit den wichtigsten Begriffen überreicht bekommen haben. 

Es gibt neben den chemischen Vergoldungsarten, zu denen die galvanische Vergoldung und die Feuervergoldung gehören, die mechanische Vergoldungstechnik - die sogenannte Polimentvergoldung in deren Kunst wir eingeweiht wurden. 

Bei der Polimentvergoldung wird der Untergrund mit einem Tränke aus Hautleim bedeckt, darauf kommen mehrere Schichten Kreidegrundierung, die jeweils einige Zeit trocknen müssen.
Die getrocknete Kreideschicht wird fein abgeschliffen, sodass man eine sehr glatte Oberfläche als Basis für die Vergoldung hat. Auf diese Kreideschicht kommt nun eine sog. Leimlösche die dafür sorgt, dass das anschließend darauf gelegte hauchdünne Blattgold am Untergrund haften bleibt.
Das Blattgold wird mit einem Vergoldermesser auf den Untergrund aufgetragen und mit einem Fehhaar- oder auch Dachshaarpinsel angedrückt. Wenn sich das Blattgold mit dem Untergrund verbunden hat, wird es mit einem Achat nachpoliert und erhält so seinen Glanz. 

Soweit die Theorie (die übrigens sehr schön von der Dipl. Rest. Ewa Kruppa erklärt wurde) doch dann kam die Praxis. Ich bin mir nicht sicher, ob es für eine von uns eine gesicherte Zukunft im Bereich der Restaurierung von alten Rahmen, Möbeln, Spiegeln oder Skulpturen gibt. In diesem Bereich wird nämlich nicht nur die Begeisterung für alles glitzernde gebraucht - sondern auch bestimmte motorische Fähigkeiten, eine ruhige Hand und viel Geduld.
Wir haben fast das gesamte Alphabet vergoldet und für den Anfang war das Ergebnis gar nicht mal sooooo schlecht war. Mir persönlich liegt dann doch eher die Theorie. 

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Marvel Comics Writers Explain Why They're Making Thor a Woman

"If we can accept Thor as a frog and a horse-faced alien, we should be able to accept a woman"

jtotheizzoe:

ted:

Eerie, beautiful, captivating images of sea urchins mating and being born (that little triangle guy is a baby sea urchin).
These are a glimpse of how life begins in the deep ocean — and there’s a lot of life down there. The oceans provide about 190 times as much living space as every other space on Earth — soil, air and fresh water — put together. A vast array of amazing creatures live in the depths of this watery world. Squid, jellyfish, and plankton are just a few of our favorites (all shown as tiny babies in that last gif).
Learn more here »

I’m strongly urchin you to fall in love with echinoderms. Such superb sea symmetry.
jtotheizzoe:

ted:

Eerie, beautiful, captivating images of sea urchins mating and being born (that little triangle guy is a baby sea urchin).
These are a glimpse of how life begins in the deep ocean — and there’s a lot of life down there. The oceans provide about 190 times as much living space as every other space on Earth — soil, air and fresh water — put together. A vast array of amazing creatures live in the depths of this watery world. Squid, jellyfish, and plankton are just a few of our favorites (all shown as tiny babies in that last gif).
Learn more here »

I’m strongly urchin you to fall in love with echinoderms. Such superb sea symmetry.
jtotheizzoe:

ted:

Eerie, beautiful, captivating images of sea urchins mating and being born (that little triangle guy is a baby sea urchin).
These are a glimpse of how life begins in the deep ocean — and there’s a lot of life down there. The oceans provide about 190 times as much living space as every other space on Earth — soil, air and fresh water — put together. A vast array of amazing creatures live in the depths of this watery world. Squid, jellyfish, and plankton are just a few of our favorites (all shown as tiny babies in that last gif).
Learn more here »

I’m strongly urchin you to fall in love with echinoderms. Such superb sea symmetry.
jtotheizzoe:

ted:

Eerie, beautiful, captivating images of sea urchins mating and being born (that little triangle guy is a baby sea urchin).
These are a glimpse of how life begins in the deep ocean — and there’s a lot of life down there. The oceans provide about 190 times as much living space as every other space on Earth — soil, air and fresh water — put together. A vast array of amazing creatures live in the depths of this watery world. Squid, jellyfish, and plankton are just a few of our favorites (all shown as tiny babies in that last gif).
Learn more here »

I’m strongly urchin you to fall in love with echinoderms. Such superb sea symmetry.
jtotheizzoe:

ted:

Eerie, beautiful, captivating images of sea urchins mating and being born (that little triangle guy is a baby sea urchin).
These are a glimpse of how life begins in the deep ocean — and there’s a lot of life down there. The oceans provide about 190 times as much living space as every other space on Earth — soil, air and fresh water — put together. A vast array of amazing creatures live in the depths of this watery world. Squid, jellyfish, and plankton are just a few of our favorites (all shown as tiny babies in that last gif).
Learn more here »

I’m strongly urchin you to fall in love with echinoderms. Such superb sea symmetry.

jtotheizzoe:

ted:

Eerie, beautiful, captivating images of sea urchins mating and being born (that little triangle guy is a baby sea urchin).

These are a glimpse of how life begins in the deep ocean — and there’s a lot of life down there. The oceans provide about 190 times as much living space as every other space on Earth — soil, air and fresh water — put together. A vast array of amazing creatures live in the depths of this watery world. Squid, jellyfish, and plankton are just a few of our favorites (all shown as tiny babies in that last gif).

Learn more here »

I’m strongly urchin you to fall in love with echinoderms. Such superb sea symmetry.

(via freshphotons)

nycartscene:

just opened:“Gatekeeper” Liene Bosquê, Sinta Tantra, Kate Gilmore  William Holman Gallery, 65 Ludlow St., NYCgroup show that explores ideas of access, and how the spaces we inhabit enforce or challenge the roles of gender, race, and economic inequalities within societies. Curated by Nicholas Cohn and Katie Whitepictured: Kate Gilmore, Wall Bearer, 2011, Performance Still

nycartscene:

just opened:

Gatekeeper
 Liene Bosquê, Sinta Tantra, Kate Gilmore
 
William Holman Gallery, 65 Ludlow St., NYC

group show that explores ideas of access, and how the spaces we inhabit enforce or challenge the roles of gender, race, and economic inequalities within societies. Curated by Nicholas Cohn and Katie White

pictured: Kate Gilmore, Wall Bearer, 2011, Performance Still

A Waxwork of the 'Real' Jane Austen Is Unveiled in Bath

thecultofgenius:

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A waxwork of Jane Austen which has taken three years to produce has been unveiled in Bath.

With no “acceptable likeness” of the author, the Jane Austen Centre claims it is the closest “anyone has come to the real Jane Austen for 200 years”.

It has been created using eyewitness accounts,…

Leo Tolstoy Creates a List of the 50+ Books That Influenced Him Most (1891)

thecultofgenius:

War and Peace, Anna Karenina, The Death of Ivan Ilyich — many of us have felt the influence, to the good or the ill of our own reading and writing, of Leo Tolstoy. But whose influence did Leo Tolstoy feel the most? As luck would have it, we can give you chapter and verse on this, since the…