VIP Art Fair | International Contemporary Art Fair. Exclusively Online. Carlos Páez Vilaró | Inspiring Interiors - Aurora Artist Carlos Páez Vilaró was born in Montevideo, Uruguay in 1923.He purchased a sea-front property on eastern Uruguay's scenic, then-desolate Punta Ballena, in 1958, building a small, wooden lodge that over time became "Casapueblo" ("House-Village"). The sprawling compound, a whitewashed cement structure reminiscent of Mykonos, was built in stages by the artist to resemble the mud nests created by the region's native hornero birds, and became his home, atelier and museum. Though he resided in Casapueblo - his "living sculpture" - by 1968, Páez Vilaró continued to add on the structure at his desire, at times adding a room for a particular guest. So, the first photograph here is his creation "Casapueblo" in Uruguay. The following photographs are of his house called Bengala (after the Bengal Tiger) in Tigre, Buenos Aires in Argentina. In the circular living room the light coming from the roof reflects on the bronze artwork above the fireplace. This is the domed ceiling in the living room.
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Decorating with blues and white | Inspiring Interiors - Aurora A very, very Happy New Year to all of you! Have you made your resolutions yet? I haven´t. I have never, ever made a New Year resolution. On this first day of our brand new year I´d like to show you a selection of rooms in blues and white and maybe a touch of another colour. I have posted this pic before, but it´s worthy of showing up many times. Ok, Alec, I think these slipcovers are cute, but why, oh why didn´t you iron them before taking this picture? Love these iron twin beds. Light blue in this and next pics spells summer, and beach, and sunshine. What do you think about the lampshade having the same stripes as the pillows? Stripes, dots and flowers. Love the arch of the window. I like the blue and white vases and jars but those chinese figurines scare me. Orange and blue?
Rum and Cane Spirit Festival Artists | Nathan Coley Nathan Coley (b.1967, Glasgow, Scotland) is interested in the idea of ‘public’ space, and his practice explores the ways in which architecture becomes invested – and reinvested – with meaning. Across a range of media Coley investigates what the built environment reveals about the people it surrounds and how the social and individual response to it is in turn culturally conditioned. Using the readymade as a means to take from and re-place in the world, Coley addresses the ritual forms we use to articulate our beliefs – from hand-held placards and erected signs to religious sanctuaries. Nathan Coley lives and works in Glasgow. In 2015 Coley will be included in the House Festival, Brighton (2–24 May) and the Bruges Triennial (20 May–18 October), and will have a solo exhibition at The New Art Centre, Salisbury, UK. Links Nathan Coley: BiographyNathan Coley: Artist website
ARCOmadrid 2012 - Presentacion ARCOmadrid 26 Feb.1 Marzo2020 Feria Internacional de Arte ContemporáneoInternational Contemporary Art Fair Cómo participar en ARCOmadrid ARCOmadrid 2020 #PeruenARCO Noticias Galerías 2019 Programas comisariados 2019 Premios ARCO en Madrid Foros, Encuentros Profesionalesy Actividades 2019 Sponsors Fundación ARCO banner-loewe Síguenos Agradecimientos ARCOmadrid 2019 ha sido posible gracias al apoyo y colaboración de OrganizaOrganized by Avenida del Partenón, 5. 28042 Madrid · 902 22 15 15 · firstname.lastname@example.org Copyright 2019 IFEMA Subir Uso de cookies IFEMA, Feria de Madrid, utiliza cookies propias y de terceros para mejorar los servicios ofrecidos. Samsung announces EK-GC100 Galaxy Camera with Android Jelly Bean, massive 4.8-inch display, 21x zoom, WiFi and 4G connectivity (hands-on) -- Engadget - Aurora Samsung presents 'Camera, Reborn.' – the GALAXY Camera The new device combines leading-edge camera capabilities with Android™ 4.1 Jelly Bean and wireless network connectivity, letting users shoot, edit and share images easily anywhere, at any time BERLIN, Germany – August 29, 2012 – Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd, a global leader in digital media and digital convergence technologies, has today announced the launch of the GALAXY Camera. Developed to fit the changing ways we communicate, the GALAXY Camera combines high performance photography with the latest Android™ 4.1 platform, so called Jelly Bean, and wireless network connectivity, creating a brand new type of device. Samsung GALAXY Camera fits perfectly for those who wish to shoot, edit and share high quality photographs and video easily and spontaneously from anywhere, at any time. "The GALAXY Camera opens a new visual communication era and shifts a paradigm in communication. The GALAXY Camera makes outstanding photography on the go.
Chinese New Year London's Chinese New Year celebrations are the largest outside Asia. Every year, hundreds of thousands of people descend on the West End to wish each other "Kung Hei Fat Choi" (or Happy New Year). Chinese New Year 2015, the Year of the Goat, falls on 19 February. Chinese New Year festivities in central London take place in Trafalgar Square, Chinatown and Shaftesbury Avenue. Highlights of the event include a lively parade and a main stage in Trafalgar Square featuring visiting artists from China. Lion teams, performances from local artists and traditional food and craft stalls can be found in various locations. There are plenty of activities and celebrations to get involved in. Chinese New Year is a huge festival among Chinese communities in London and across the world. Based on the lunar and solar calendars, the actual date of Chinese New Year varies, but always falls between late January and mid-February.