noumeda carbone is a extremely talented illustrator and painter based in florence italy. " i work with ink, pigment liner, felt-tip pen and usually i mixes hand drawing with digital instruments. i like the error, the small surprise between lines, the light."
some of the amazing reliquary made by my dear friend Ines Zaragoza for those lucky ones planning to go to ilhabela (Brasil) around december , there is an exhibition opening on december 4th at the "pousada armacao dos ventos" where you can admire her art.
Anuradha Koirala whose group has rescued more than 12,000 women and girls from sex slavery has been named the 2010 CNN Hero of the Year.
"Human trafficking is a crime, a heinous crime, a shame to humanity," Koirala said earlier in the evening after being introduced as one of the top 10 CNN Heroes of 2010. "I ask everyone to join me to create a society free of trafficking. We need to do this for all our daughters."
for much of photography’s 170-year history, women have expanded its roles by experimenting with every aspect of the medium. pictures by women: a history of modern photography presents a selection of outstanding photographs by women artists, charting the medium’s history from the dawn of the modern period to the present. to see at the moma until march 21, 2011.
one of the most important czech photographers of the twentieth century. he also focused on painting, budhist religion and philosophical systems.
he died in 1961, lonely and forgotten. nowadays, his place in the czech and international photography can hardly be replaced.
to have more impressions about this great artist have a look here
youtube play, a collaboration between youtube and the guggenheim museum, wants to recognize and showcase the most remarkable online videos from around the world.
to know more about click on the link above:
marianne breslauer was part of man ray's circle and of the cosmopolitan scene in the 1920's and early 30's. breslauer produced memorable portraits of the famously androgynous swiss travel writer annemarie schwarzenbach who experimented with drugs and died tragically young. breslauer described schwarzenbach as : "neither a woman, neither a man, but an angel, an archangel..." She also took street photographs utilising the new light cameras of the time - typified by the leica, introduced in 1925 - to look at the world from unexpected vantage points.
you can also have a look at the archive from the fotostiftung schweiz .
the 29th bienal de são paulo is anchored on the notion that it is impossible to separate art from politics. such impossibility is expressed in the fact that art, through ways of its own, is capable of blocking the sensorial coordinates through which we understand and inhabit the world by bringing into it themes and attitudes that did not previously fit in, thus making it different and wider. read more about here
here you can see the list of all artists taking part on it.
the bienal will take place on september 20th in the bienal pavillon designed by the renowned brazilian architect oscar niemeyer
1962 Born in Vienna
1980-1982 Escuela Elisava de Design- Barcelona
1982-1984 Goldsmith School with Prof. Miriam Korolkova in São Paulo.
1984-1986 Trainee at Elisa Grandis and Gió Carbone in Florenz
1986-1990 Designer and Goldsmith at "Le Sirene" with Elisa Grandis in Florenz
1990-1992 Own Atelier in Sesto Fiorentino-Firenze
Since 1993 Ateliers in Vienna, Mallorca and Bolzano.