Best of Somerset - The Best of England. This Is the Largest Exhibit on Mexican Art in 60 Years. Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera are undoubtedly two of the 20th century’s most important artists in Mexico and Latin America.
Just this year, their works set two records. Back in May, Frida’s 1939 “Two Nudes in the Forest (The Land Itself)” sold for a little more than $8 million at Christie’s sale of impressionist and modern art. This sale made Kahlo the best-selling Latin American painter of all time. A month later, he dethroned Kahlo as the best-selling Latin American artist with the $15.7 million sale of his 1928 “Dance in Tehuantepec” painting. And though the attention lavished upon Kahlo and Rivera is well deserved, a new exhibit wants to spotlight the other artists whose work shaped Mexico’s art scene during the first half of the 20th century. Titled Mexique (1900-1950). Would Frida Kahlo Hate How Her Image Gets Used Today? Starting today and running through January 23, the Grand Palais will display the largest collection centered on Mexican art since 1953.
10 fresh water swimming spots near or in Bristol. With Summer just round the corner (or Britain’s version of Summer anyway) it’s time to don a sunhat, slap on that sun-cream and dig out those Speedos from the back of the wardrobe.
Instead of suffering on overcrowded, littered beaches, why not take a dip in a river or lake to relax at some of the most beautiful fresh water swimming spots in or near Bristol (we urge caution when wild swimming - see notes at the bottom of the page). 1. Henleaze Lake, Lake Road, Henleaze This lake is used for swimming and angling. With springboards, fixed diving boards and a sauna this club is for elite members only. 2.
Accessible from Bristol through the bike path, this spot is conveniently near The Jolly Sailor for your after-swim drink - NOT the other way around. 3. Access from Morrisons Supermarket carpark or from Ringswell Gardens. 4. Art and the Public Realm Bristol - Home. 11 of Bristol's best roast dinners to tuck into this Sunday. If you're hankering after a mouth-watering roast dinner, here's our pick of the Bristol pubs and restaurants offering top Sunday roasts...
Generous portions of proper Sunday lunches served in the grand setting of the Bristol Marriott Royal Hotel, Walter's is keeping the great British tradition of Sunday roasts alive and kicking. The mouth-watering Sunday menu includes roasted topside of beef, half roasted free range chicken, fish of the day and roasted vegetable Wellington. Walter's Bar & Grill, Bristol Marriott Royal Hotel, College Green, Bristol, BS1 5TA 10. The Victoria Park The Victoria Park, a popular gastropub just off Victoria Park, demonstrates the ever-thriving nature of the area's culinary scene. The Victoria Park, 66 Raymend Road Bristol, BS3 4QW READ: Restaurant deals for Father's Day 2016 in Bristol READ: The Big Bristol Father's Day 2016 bucket list 9. The Ox, The Basement, 43 Corn Street, Bristol BS1 1HT Read: When is Father's Day 2016? 8. 7. 6. 5. 4. 3. 2. 1. BOOM FESTIVAL, 1997-2016, Oneness. Lettre À Tous Les Boomers 2016 - Version Française Letter to the Boomers 2016 - English Version Carta aos Boomers 2016 - Versão Portuguesa Muito Obrigado!
Thank You! Merci! - Thank You Letter to the Boomers in English, Portuguese and French. Boom Festival 2016 – Diaries – Day 6 - All good things come to an end, and Boom is no exception. Sziget - Photos, Videos, and Festival Information. Sziget’s winning festival recipe comes not only from its prime location on the island of Óbudai-sziget in the Danube in the heart of Budapest (one of the world’s great cities, smack in the middle of Europe, where east meets west), but also from its 24-hour non-stop mix of music, art, food, performance and regional culture.
It has become one of Europe’s most popular summer festivals, recently having received the honor of “Europe’s Best Major Festival.” Sziget Party Island Some people like to call Sziget the Eastern European Burning Man. Yet, while there are similar creative elements (see below), it’s a fully-fledged festival that has transcended comparison. First and foremost, Sziget is a music festival. The diversity of performance, music and art is sure to have something for everyone.
There’s a huge amount of interactive art spread throughout the island.