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Minhenes Rotu Nedēļas apskats

Piespraude no Agitas Putānes personīgās kolekcijasPiespraudes autore: Reka Lorincz Ielidojot Minhenē mūs sagaida pamatīgs vējš un lietus. Tas nedaudz sabojā omu, jo skriešana no vienas izstādes vietas uz otru Tādā laikā nav tik patīkama. Bet nav vērts dusmoties uz lietām, ko nevar mainīt. Esmu nolēmusi apmeklēt 30 izstādes 2 dienās. Man ir trīs mērķi :  1. atrast māksliniekus, kuru darbi iederētos manā galerijā un projektos  2. redzēt lieliskas izstādes (darbi, scenogrāfija, atmosfēra ) 3. satikt draugus ( māksliniekus, galeristus), pasēdēt vakarā restorānā un pačalot par šo un to SCHMUCK 2019 Nolēmu sākt ar MESSE MUNCHEN apmeklējumu, kurā var apskatīt SCHMUCK 2019 izstādi. Uzreiz biju nolēmusi veidot reportāžu par šo izstādi. Vēlējos reportāžu ievietot visos sociālajos tīklos, lai tā sabiedrības daļa, kura savos uzskatos, ideālos un dzīves stila paradumos turpina būt konservatīva, iepazīstos ar laikmetīgās rotas izaicinājumu SCHMUCK 2019 un attiecīgajām laikmetīgo rotu galerijām pasaulē. Nopirku biļeti, labā noskaņojumā devos uz izstādi, sāku pētīt, izņēmu no somiņas telefonu, lai fotografētu, kad pie manis pienāca divi “cerberi” un aizrādīja, ka nedrīkst fotografēt. Paliku kā ar ūdeni aplieta. Uz neilgu laiku likās, ka esmu nokļuvusi 20. gadsimtā vai padomju laikos, kad neko nedrīkstēja. Tas liek man aizdomāties par SHMUCK lomu vispār un laikmetīgajā […]

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Painting the imaginations

Dolphins have a streamlined fusiform body, adapted for fast swimming. The tail fin, called the fluke, is used for propulsion while the pectoral fins, together with the entire tail section, provide directional control. The dorsal fin, in those species that have one, provides stability while swimming. Though varying by species, basic coloration patterns are shades of grey, usually with a lighter underside and often with lines and patches of different hue and contrast. Unlike most mammals, dolphins do not have hair, except for a few hairs around the tip of their rostrum (beak) which they lose shortly before or after birth.[23] The only exception to this is the Boto river dolphin, which has persistent small hairs on the rostrum. Senses Most dolphins have acute eyesight, both in and out of the water, and they can hear frequencies ten times or more above the upper limit of adult human hearing.[31] Though they have a small ear opening on each side of their head, it is believed hearing underwater is also, if not exclusively, done with the lower jaw, which conducts sound to the middle ear via a fat-filled cavity in the lower jaw bone. Hearing is also used for echolocation, which […]

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Potter working a piece of clay

Dolphins have a streamlined fusiform body, adapted for fast swimming. The tail fin, called the fluke, is used for propulsion while the pectoral fins, together with the entire tail section, provide directional control. The dorsal fin, in those species that have one, provides stability while swimming. Though varying by species, basic coloration patterns are shades of grey, usually with a lighter underside and often with lines and patches of different hue and contrast. Unlike most mammals, dolphins do not have hair, except for a few hairs around the tip of their rostrum (beak) which they lose shortly before or after birth.[23] The only exception to this is the Boto river dolphin, which has persistent small hairs on the rostrum. Senses Most dolphins have acute eyesight, both in and out of the water, and they can hear frequencies ten times or more above the upper limit of adult human hearing.[31] Though they have a small ear opening on each side of their head, it is believed hearing underwater is also, if not exclusively, done with the lower jaw, which conducts sound to the middle ear via a fat-filled cavity in the lower jaw bone. Hearing is also used for echolocation, which […]

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Painting the imaginations

Dolphins have a streamlined fusiform body, adapted for fast swimming. The tail fin, called the fluke, is used for propulsion while the pectoral fins, together with the entire tail section, provide directional control. The dorsal fin, in those species that have one, provides stability while swimming. Though varying by species, basic coloration patterns are shades of grey, usually with a lighter underside and often with lines and patches of different hue and contrast. Unlike most mammals, dolphins do not have hair, except for a few hairs around the tip of their rostrum (beak) which they lose shortly before or after birth.[23] The only exception to this is the Boto river dolphin, which has persistent small hairs on the rostrum. Senses Most dolphins have acute eyesight, both in and out of the water, and they can hear frequencies ten times or more above the upper limit of adult human hearing.[31] Though they have a small ear opening on each side of their head, it is believed hearing underwater is also, if not exclusively, done with the lower jaw, which conducts sound to the middle ear via a fat-filled cavity in the lower jaw bone. Hearing is also used for echolocation, which […]

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