domingo, 16 de julho de 2017

domingo, 9 de julho de 2017

SISTER MARY CORITA

Corita c. 1965. Courtesy of the Corita Art Center, Immaculate Heart Community, Los Angeles

Corita Kent, also known as Sister Mary Corita, was an artist with an innovative approach to design and education. By the 1960s, her vibrant serigraphs were drawing international acclaim. Corita’s work reflected her concerns about poverty, racism, and war, and her messages of peace and social justice continue to resonate with audiences today...

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Corita (center right) at Immaculate Heart College Mary’s Day celebration, 1964. Image courtesy of the Corita Art Center, Immaculate Heart Community, Los Angeles



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Immaculate Heart College Art Department c. 1955. Photo by Fred Swartz. Courtesy of the Corita Art Center, Immaculate Heart Community, Los Angeles.

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terça-feira, 27 de junho de 2017

ROSE


VILLA KAPLANSKY as inspiration
Rotho 1953

Mansur Graviel


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VILLA KAPLANSKY


The Atmosphere inside VILLA KAPLANSKY

The house, designed by the architect Nachman Kaplansky in 1934, was dramatically rebuilt in 1962 and renovate and finish in 2011 by the belgian architects B-architecten

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quarta-feira, 21 de junho de 2017

LA CUPOLA


The Atmosphere at La Cupola - a house in Sardinia built by the Italian architect Dante Bini in the late ‘60s for the actress Monica Vitti and the director Michelango Antonioni.







The house that love built


In the 1960s, Michelangelo Antonioni was dating the most beautiful screen siren of the time, Monica Vitti. The radical Italian filmmaker, celebrated for Blow Up and Zabriskie Point, decided that he wanted to build a home for himself and his lover on the Sardinian island of Costa Paradiso. It is a setting that matches his iconic 1960 film starring Vitti, L’Avventura, in which a woman disappears on a volcanic island. The beach retreat had to be unusual and ultra-modern—a unicorn, like his girlfriend—so Antonioni commissioned a concrete dome from the architect Dante Bini. Yet the relationship between Antonioni and Vitti did not outlast the period of construction. It was left behind, alone on the near-deserted island...Read more in

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quinta-feira, 1 de junho de 2017

GHOST RANCH

“When I bought the house, it was totally uninhabitable.” −O’Keeffe

The Atmosphere at GHOST RANCH, the Georgia O´Keefe summer home and studio in Abiquiu, Mexico

...since the 1930s, she has lived and worked, both in the village of Abiquiu and at the more secluded Ghost Ranch. It took long years of persistence to acquire the Abiquiu house...read more in AD


since the 1930s, she has lived and worked, both in the village of Abiquiu and at the more secluded Ghost Ranch. It took long years of persistence to acquire the Abiquiu house.

The view from the studio and ceramics by Hamilton

“I haven’t anything you can get along without,” O´Keefe small bedroom

the artist adorned an adobe bench in the sitting room with natural forms, including a rattlesnake skeleton recessed under glass.

White Patio with Red Door, 1960

Abstraction, 1945




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