2016 La source photographique dans la pratique de l'historien de l'architecture Pierre Farret Nikolaus Pevsner: using photography in the service of a typological approach of the history of architecture Nikolaus Pevsner: Die Fotografie im Dienste einer typologischen Herangehensweise der Architekturgeschichte Benjamin Chavardes Critical photography used as operative critics in Paolo Portoghesi’s work Die kritische Fotografie im Dienste einer Verfahrenskritik im Werk von Paolo Portoghesi Amandine Diener The use of photography as an instrument for teaching construction work at the École des beaux-arts. The approach of François Vitale Die Fotografie als Instrument der Konstruktionslehre an der École des Beaux-Arts.
The Sideless Surcote By Lady Jehanne de Wodeford The Sideless Surcote by Lady Jehanne de Wodeford NEWLY UPDATED The sideless surcote, known in Spain as the pellote and sometimes referred to as the "gates of Hell" as it allowed glimpses of a shapely female figure, first appeared as a unisex garment in 12th century Spain. Within a few generations it had spread to England and France and, as illuminations in the Belle Heures of Jean, Duc de Berry indicate, were still being worn well into in the 14th century.
Sandra Espinet Blog: <! Yes, like the entire planet, I'm Royal Wedding crazy! I am up waiting to see it and it's all so exciting. There are so many negative and horrible things currently going on in the world; Afghanistan, Iraq, Ivory Coast, Syria, Egypt, Libya, the economic crisis to name a few. This glamorous, fairy tale wedding event seems so positive, like a ray of light and hope for the future. I'm all excited about it and can't wait to see the dress, tiara and of course, the kiss. Get some British flag throw pillows, order up some royal wedding cookies or cup cakes, a bottle of Dom and turn on the tv. musée numérique de l'image fixe à l'image animée August 28, 1955 Fourteen-year-old African-American Emmett Till is brutally murdered after reportedly flirting with a white woman while visiting relatives in Mississippi. For the first time, both black and white reporters cover the trial epitomizing "one of the most shocking and enduring stories of the twentieth century." The white defendants, Roy Bryant and J.W.
50+ Mind Blowing Images of Reflective Photography Photography is the art or process of producing images of objects on photosensitive surfaces. Photography has been the best source of inspiration for designers. Using reflection in the images can give them amazing effects. Reflective photography carries the message of so many nuances that brought inside the photography describe the ultimate feeling of capturing the power of vision. Rencontres Arles Photographie Online Shop -All Exhibitions Pass For the concessions, you will have to collect your pass on ticketing upon presentation of proof less than three months old and an ID. ONLINE: €36 – Concessions: €28 ON SITE: €40 – Concessions: €32 If you can benefit from a free admission*, click here. *Arles’ citizens, minors, RSA & ASS and disabled persons.
AD Classics: Ariston Hotel / Marcel Breuer Located in the La Serena neighborhood of Mar del Plata, Argentina, the well-known yet now abandoned Ariston Hotel was designed and constructed in 1948 by the Hungarian architect Marcel Breuer, a great diffuser of the modern movement in architecture. Originally meant for housing social reunions, dances and cocktail parties, this project is notable for its elevated volume with a curving, clover-inspired form that permits maximum glazing. The Ariston Hotel is an icon of modern architecture in Argentina, distinguishing itself with its curved forms that allow for constant visual contact with the diverse landscape of dunes and sea. Thanks to this form and the large windows that cover each curve of the building, it is possible to look outward in a continuous and integrated manner. With openings on every 3 panels, the hotel also receives good cross ventilation. This rounded volume is elevated on 4 pillars, a recurring motif in modern architecture, where form follows function.
Hopper - RMN Bd Les dessins de "Ma BD Hopper" ont été réalisés à partir des œuvres suivantes : Edward Hopper (1882-1967)Nighthawks (Noctambules), 1942Huile sur toile. 84,1 x 152,4 cmChicago, The Art Institute of Chicago, Friends of American Art Collection Edward Hopper (1882-1967)Gas (Station-service), 1940Huile sur toile. 66,7 x 102,2 cmNew York, The Museum of Modern Art, fonds Mrs Simon Guggenheim © 2011. Digital image, The Museum of Modern Art, New York/Scala, Florence Edward Hopper (1882-1967)House by the Railroad (Maison près de la voie ferrée), 1925Huile sur toile. 61 x 73,7 cmNew York, The Museum of Modern Art, don anonyme de 1930 (3.1930). © 2011. Digital image, The Museum of Modern Art, New York/Scala, Florence
Arcimbolder (texto en castellano) Arcimbolder is my latest creation, an image filter software that recreates an image as a collage of objects from an object pack. It is inspired by the artworks of Giuseppe Arcimboldo, a 16th century painter known for creating portait heads made of fruits and vegetables. Judy Dater Imogen et Twinka – Crédit photo: © Judy Dater Sabine – 1973 - Crédit photo: © Judy Dater Judy Dater, Autoportrait à Necklace – 1974 – Crédit photo: © Judy Dater
Rencontres Arles Photographie Online Shop -All Exhibitions Pass For the concessions, you will have to collect your pass on ticketing upon presentation of proof less than three months old and an ID. ONLINE: €36 – Concessions: €28 ON SITE: €40 – Concessions: €32 If you can benefit from a free admission*, click here. *Arles’ citizens, minors, RSA & ASS and disabled persons.