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Artículo por Domenico Olivero del 12 julio 2017 Over 7.000.000
"The Met is thrilled to see our visitors responding so enthusiastically to our collection, exhibitions, and programs" said Daniel H. Weiss, President and CEO of The Met.  "We're honored that so many people decided to spend their time with us this year." The Museum also continues to be New York City's most visited tourist attraction for domestic and inter...
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Artículo por Domenico Olivero del 31 marzo 2017 Hans Haacke receives the Roswitha Haftmann Prize
The Board of the Roswitha Haftmann Foundation has awarded the Roswitha Haftmann Prize to Hans Haacke in recognition of his life’s work. The jury praised his courageous and unflinching commitment over many decades and his ability to foster debate on social issues through provocative art, but also his intellectual brilliance and the formal quality of his works. Hans Haacke was born in Colog...
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Artículo por Lorenzo Ciotti del 17 febrero 2017 Surrealism and its relationship with Paris
When we talk about surrealism, we refer to a cultural movement that involved the artistic world at 360 degrees. Born in Paris in the early 20s of 1900 as the evolution of Dadaism, it involved almost every shades of art, including cinema and literature. And the city of Paris owes its fame and its reputation; It was in the French capital in 1925 that was set up the first exhibition devoted to thi...
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Artículo por Lorenzo Ciotti del 17 febrero 2017 Art Nouveau and its legacy
The Art Nouveau was a current that characterized the years between the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, and involving above all the art and architecture. The name Art Nouveau, which became widespread in as Liberty Style in Italy, was due to Londoners warehouses Arthur Liberty, which exposed the Art Nouveau objects. This current that influenced different artistic fields has its origi...
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Artículo por Domenico Olivero del 14 febrero 2017 Frieze New York Announces Frieze Projects Program for 2017
The Frieze Projects program at Frieze New York 2017 will feature seven commissions, curated by Cecilia Alemani (High Line Art, New York & Italian Pavilion, La Biennale di Venezia 2017). Inside the fair and around Randall’s Island Park, Dora Budor, Elaine Cameron-Weir and Jon Rafman will create ambitious, interactive and site-specific artworks that question the act of watching and bein...
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Artículo por Lorenzo Ciotti del 01 febrero 2017 The artwork of the month - February 2017
Painter, sculptor, film director, film producer, cinematographer, actor, screenwriter, but above all, the undisputed icon of the Pop Art, and certainly one of the most famous artists ever, at least in the twentieth century. We're talking about Andy Warhol, the versatile American artist who has influenced thousands (if not millions) of artists in the years to follow. Born by Polish immig...
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Artículo por Lorenzo Ciotti del 25 enero 2017 The art in Edinburgh and where to find it
The art in Edinburgh and where to find it. We're not mimicking the book and the movie dedicated to Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, but ours is still a research done with dedication and desire to discover. The Scottish capital is one of the most fascinating cities in Europe, both for the architecture, for the history (both the Old Town and the New Town are, along with the Castle, pr...
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Artículo por Lorenzo Ciotti del 19 enero 2017 5 contemporary and modern art museums to see!
The modern art and the contemporary art are not always loved by all. There are those who worship them, those who love them, those who hate, and those who snubs. But there are those who don't know them. What do you tell to a newcomer that approaches contemporary and modern art for the first time? As well as advise a thorough study of the matter, there are museums, veritable temples, in which...
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Artículo por Lorenzo Ciotti del 03 enero 2017 The Artwork of the Month - January 2017
A new year begins, and with it came back the monthly column the Artwork of the Month. As a cycle begins again, in January, by definition, is a gray month, marble, which causes the end of the Christmas holidays, and the beginning of a new year. EquilibriArte take this month under review the Augustus of Prima Porta, a Roman statue that depicts the Emperor Augustus. Impressive in size, with a ...
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Artículo por Lorenzo Ciotti del 01 enero 2017 EquilibriArte wishes everyone a happy 2017!
Editors of Equilibriarte wishes all its readers a happy 2017, full of serenity, joy and.... art!!! In the picture a painting by Leonid Afremov
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