Day: May 27, 2021

Culture

Julian Opie plants two monumental sculptures in Valencia and captures the movement of the urban walker | Culture

The two 12-meter-high sculptures created by Opie for his exhibition in Valencia.Monica Torres Two large steel sculptures, 12 meters high, show two human figures in an everyday position and a perhaps reflective attitude. They seem to be waiting for someone in the street, with their arms crossed, or for the traffic light to turn green, […]

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Christie’s: Pixelated Andy Warhol is trading lower | Culture

‘Untitled (Campbell’s Soup Can)’ is one of the digital objects that Andy Warhol created in 1985, now auctioned by Christie’s. The study that recovered these files exhibited a selection of them in 2019, presenting them in their original support.The Frank-Ratchye Studio Andy Warhol was a forerunner of digital creation. Thanks to the sponsorship of a […]

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Carla Fracci, one of the great Italian dancers of the 20th century, dies | Culture

The dancer Carla Fracci during a performance at La Scala in Milan, in 1969.Mario De Biasi / Mondadori / Getty Images The Milanese ballet dancer Carla Fracci died this Thursday at the age of 84, according to her family. Fracci, who had suffered from cancer for a long time, opened the past from his humble […]

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The Munch Museum in Oslo to open in October | Culture

Facade of the new Munch museum in Oslo.AdriaGoulaPhoto The new Munch Museum in Oslo will be definitively inaugurated on October 22, after it was projected in 2008. The building, a 60-meter-high mass of concrete that emerges on the shores of the fjord of the capital of the Scandinavian country, will host approximately 28,000 works by […]

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John Davis, the true voice of Milli Vanilli, dies of coronavirus at age 66 | Culture

John Davis, singer of Milli Vanilli, at a performance in Eisenach, Germany, in 2018.Getty John Davis, one of the shadow singers of the pop duo Milli Vanilli, has died this Wednesday at the age of 66 due to the coronavirus. The artist voiced the hit 1989 album Girl You Know It’s True along with other […]

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The History of Spain is a spectacle | Culture

Lope de Vega, Cristóbal Colón, El Cid and Caliph Abderramán III share the stage in the Montes de Toledo, just six kilometers from the imperial city of Toledo. These four historical figures star in the new shows of the park Puy du Fou España, what Opened its doors in Spain last March. It is a […]

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Culture and Carmen Thyssen postpone until June 30 the signing of the collection rental | Culture

This May 31, the deadline for the signing of the contract between the Ministry of Culture and Carmen Thyssen for the rental of the baroness’s art collection ended, but both parties have given a new month, until June 30, to present the decree-law that will protect the operation. Meanwhile, missing the arrival of the painting […]

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The Wigmore Hall in Madrid says goodbye to the season | Culture

The centenary Wigmore Hall, a stone’s throw from Oxford Circus, in the heart of London, it is one of the great European musical temples, where most of the greatest artists of the last century have sung or played, from Gerald Moore to Benjamin Britten, from Yehudi Menuhin to Maksim Venguérov, from Francis Poulenc to Paul […]

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Eugène Atget: documents for artists

Eugène Atget: documents for artists

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A Muelle firm reaches 17,000 euros in an auction | Culture

Drawing of Pier from 1993 auctioned in Durán for 17,000 euros. Muelle has written a new chapter in the history of urban art with the auction sale of 15 of his works on Wednesday afternoon. It was not the first time that pieces of this type had been auctioned in Spain, but it was the […]

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