Saturday, July 12, 2008

Picks of the world's insane celebration

The moment I am living right now is unique because of many reasons – without farther explanation. The speakers are exploding with Jimi Hendrix and his noise. The screen is filled with the selection of images and texts which are considered to be the top of the history.

Do you agree?

Why to bother with looking at things, which are not on the top? Who will waste a time listening to noise of the losers? Who lives without intention to experience the most unique life in the recorded reality?

Is this your story?

I offer to you my choice, the staff I selected and you can see it all around the world.

I. M. W. Turner oilpainting
I. M. W. Turner oilpainting
I. M. W. Turner is one of my favorites. I love most his watercolors, that is one of the wonders of the world to me. The first major retrospective of his work to be presented in the United States in more than 40 years will be on view at The Metropolitan Museum of Art beginning July 1, 2008. The exhibition J. M. W. Turner will represent the artist's extensive iconographic range, from seascapes and topographical views to historical subjects and scenes from his imagination.

Salvador Dali
Well, I cannot say Salvador Dali is on the level of god to me. Nevertheless I have to admit he had excellent imagination and could produce excellent works of art. It is worthy to look, it is worthy to contemplate. The Museum of Modern Art presents Dalí: Painting and Film, the first exhibition to focus on the profound relationship between the paintings and films of Salvador Dalí (Spanish, 1904–1989). The exhibition proposes that Dalí’s personal engagement with cinema—as a filmgoer, a screenwriter, a filmmaker, and an art director—was fundamental to his understanding of modernism and deeply affected his art. Comprising a gallery presentation of more than 130 paintings, drawings, scenarios, letters, and films. The exhibition is on view from June 29 to September 15, 2008, with the first film program beginning on June 20.

Gustave Klimt
Vienna is overfilled with the trash like Kiss painted by Gustave Klimt. Anyway, if you are willing to search more, to go deeper and are patient enough, you will discover more interesting side of that painter. Tate Liverpool presents a full-scale reconstruction of The Beethoven Frieze (1901-2 / 1984) a monumental installation by Gustav Klimt. The Frieze is a major highlight of Gustav Klimt: Painting, Design and Modern Life in Vienna 1900, the first comprehensive exhibition of Klimt’s work ever staged in the UK and a key event in Liverpool’s programme for European Capital of Culture 2008. On view through through 31 August, 2008.

Salvador Dali
I suppose you will be glad to see one more Dali, something you cannot see everyday, something what is not presented so often. Continuing to explore Salvador Dalí’s work in new ways, the Salvador Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg presents Women: Dalí’s View, an exhibition which examines Dali’s artistic obsession with the female form. On view until September 21, 2008, the paintings, drawings, watercolors, prints and objects assembled from the museum’s permanent collection – the largest outside of Dalí’s native Spain – represent a diverse range in the artist’s approach to the female form, and reveal how images of women dominate Dali’s work, much as they do the history of art.

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5 comments:

salvadordaliexpert said...

I appreciate your comments about Dali. More discussions online are needed.

Three imaginary voices: said...

to salvadordaliexpert:
thanx for leaving the comment. I agree, Dali should be discussed more.

Ruth said...

I recently came across your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I don't know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.


Ruth

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Three imaginary voices: said...

To Ruth:
Thanx for visiting and leaving comment, this gives me inspiration to bring new posts and keep going. Unfortunately I was very busy with other things lately, but I have prepared some new content to my blog. Hope to hear from you soon :-)

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