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Liisa Hashimoto – Mizuhiki

  MIZUHIKI ir sena japāņu mākslas forma, kurā tiek izmanta īpaša aukla. Aukla ir veidota no rīsu papīra, ko cieši savij, izstiepj, lai piešķirtu tai cietību, un tad to krāso. Tā ir tradicionāla dekorācija, ko pasniedz Japānā, piemēram, kāzās, dzimšanas dienās utt. Otrs tradicionālais veids kā šo mākslu izmanto, ir apsveikumu kartīšu rotāšanā, līdzīgi kā cilvēki rietumu kultūrās izmantotu lenti, lai apsietu banti. “Es redzēju MIZUHIKI citādākā veidā. Nelietojot to tradicionālā veidā, bet kombinējot ar metālu. Papīra aukliņas veido faktūru un izceļ to krāsu. Tikai paskatoties uz tām, jūs nekad nepateiktu, ka tās ir veidotas no papīra. Man šķiet ļoti interesanti izmantot japāņu tradicionālos papīrus ļoti atšķirīgā veidā,” stāsta rotu māksliniece Liisa Hashimoto  

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Emmanuel Lacoste – BASTA CHE STAI BENE

BASTA CHE STAI BENE  “Pirms dažiem gadiem mana vecmāmiņa man atdeva savu veco pērļu kaklarotu. Aizdare bija salauzta, tāpēc viņa teica, ka varu pārdot pērles vai veidot jaunus darbus. Es pamanīju, ka pērles bija viltotas – stikla pērles, kas pārklātas ar perlamutru. Mana vecmāmiņa to nezināja, un es nolēmu viņai to neteikt. Tāpēc es notīrīju perlamutra krāsas slāni un aizvietoju to ar savām asinīm. Mana vecmāmiņa ir visdāsnākais cilvēks, kurš ir manā dzīvē. Viņa nekad īsti nav sapratusi, kas ir tas ko es daru. Bet viņa vienmēr beidz mūsu sarunas ar šo teikumu: «Basta che stai bene», kas itāļu valodā nozīmē «galvenais, ka Tev pašam patīk». Es domāju, ka tas ir pietiekami … Man nav sajūtas, ka man vajadzētu vairāk pateikt vai dziļāk paskaidrot koncepciju un runāt par ģimenes mantojumu, beznosacījumu mīlestību, cieņu, dārgumu, blah blah blah … Tas ir ļoti personīgs stāsts, bet es domāju, ka cilvēki sapratīs to”, stāsta konceptuālais rotu mākslinieks Emmanuel Lacoste.    

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Andra Laudera personālizstāde “Acis kvadrātā”

No 2016. gada 26. novembra līdz 12. decembrim Mākslas galerijā PUTTI notiks mākslinieka Andra Laudera personālizstāde “Acis kvadrātā“.

Mākslinieks skatās uz kvadrātu, ripina to, griež un staipa – veidojas dažādas formas, krāsu gammas un brīnumi, jo melns nekad nav tikai melns, tāpat kā balts nav tikai balts. Nekas nav absolūts – ne krāsa, ne formas.

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Andra Laudera personālizstāde “Acis kvadrātā”

No 2016. gada 26. novembra līdz 12. decembrim Mākslas galerijā PUTTI notiks mākslinieka Andra Laudera personālizstāde “Acis kvadrātā“.

Mākslinieks skatās uz kvadrātu, ripina to, griež un staipa – veidojas dažādas formas, krāsu gammas un brīnumi, jo melns nekad nav tikai melns, tāpat kā balts nav tikai balts. Nekas nav absolūts – ne krāsa, ne formas.

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Ievas Blūmas personālizstāde “Maģiskais ceļojums starp sapņiem un realitāti”

Mākslas galerija Putti no 2015. gada 30. oktobra līdz 21. novembrim piedāvā mākslinieces Ievas Blūmas jauno melnbalto gleznu un zīmējumu personālizstādi „Maģiskais ceļojums starp sapņiem un realitāti”.

Izstāde veidota, iedvesmojoties no mākslinieces dzīves notikumiem un Ievas tikšanās un intervijas ar Holivudas leģendāro aktrisi un fotogrāfi Džesiku Langi (Jessica Lange). Tikšanās notika šogad Barselonā, Langes foto izstādē „Unseen”, māksliniece aktrisi intervēja Dānijas žurnālam Māksla (Magasinet Kunst).

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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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RP band performance at Shop Pleu

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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Happy holidays to everyone!

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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Ted Noten CV

CURRICULUM VITAE Ted Noten www.tednoten.com current residency: Amsterdam, the Netherlands Born 18-12-1956, Tegelen, NL m.-1.88 meter-blue 1975-1976 Bricklayer 1976-1980 Nurse in a psychiatric hospital 1980-1983 Traveller 1983-1986 Academy for Applied Arts, Maastricht, NL. 1986-1990 Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam, NL. 2005-2008 Senior Research Fellow, University of Birmingham. Birmingham, U.K. 2007- designacademy Eindhoven tutor Masters dept. I.M.   ATN is a design studio founded in 2005 effort based around the concepts, processes, and aesthetics of Dutch artist and designer Ted Noten.  The studio embraces a contemporary form and material language that invites its audience to question the ideals of art and design, and to embrace a contemporary creative community. Atelier Ted Noten maintains a keen interest in developing materials, a disciplined ability to discover new working methods, and a versatile conceptual framework that has the ability to quickly acquire current information.   Atelier Ted Noten believes that there is a need for people to be activated and excited by art and design on a visceral scale. ATN was founded on the idea that in order to take on big projects with success, a skilled hardworking team is necessary. High concept is balanced with working class sensibilities to embrace a wide audience and […]

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Tanel Veenre CV

Born: 05.05.1977 Education: 1995-2001 Estonian Academy of Arts, Metal Art Department by prof. Kadri Mälk, BA guest-study at Gerrit Rietveld Academie, jewellery design department by prof. Ruudt Peters 2001-2005 Estonian Academy of Arts, Metal Art Department by prof. Kadri Mälk, MA   Solo exhibitions: 2005 Extacy, Golden Section, Ennui, Köismäe Tower, Tallinn, Estonia 2006 Ehted, mis on (Jewellery, That does Exist), HOP Gallery, Tallinn, Estonia 2007 21. century prince, photos, Lounge Stereo, Tallinn 2007 Pagan Poetry, Câmara Municipal do Funchal, Madeira 2007 Bijou contemporain. Regard sur l´Estonie* (with Kadri Mälk and Piret Hirv) Espace Solidor, France 2007 Weg (with Kadri Mälk and Piret Hirv), Gallery Biró, Germany 2008 Mayhaps Jewelley, HOP Gallery, Tallinn, Estonia 2008 Folkcouture (with Aldo Järvsoo) Jardin de Mode, Lille, France 2009 JEWEL, Wheat rye mill of Rotermann, Tallinn, Estonia 2010 Pagan Poetry, gallery Ornamentum, Hudson NY / SOFA New York 2010 Dust, Universe and qthe Queen, gallery Iida, Tallinn 2011 Paradise regained, gallery MÄRZ, Tallinn 2011 Paradise regained, Historische Baumaterialen, Munich 2011 Paradise regained, gallery Platina, Stockholm 2011 Pairidaeza, gallery AV17, Vilnius, Lithuania 2012 Nightfly, Wheat rye mill of Rotermann, Tallinn, Estonia 2012 My Kingdom, Tallinn Art Hall gallery, Estonia 2013 My Kingdom, The Foundry, Munich […]

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Valdis Brože

[vc_row el_position=”first”][vc_column width=”2/3″][vc_single_image image=”5767″ img_size=”large” img_link_target=”_self” el_position=”first last”][/vc_column][vc_column el_position=”last” width=”1/3″][vc_column_text el_position=”first last”] Valdim Brožem šķiet, ka dzintarus veido stāsti. “Izceļojušies cauri laikiem un telpām, tie uzsūkuši bijušo un sacietējuši kā vēsturisks fakts.” Viņaprāt, dzintars sevī sublimē pabeigtību, nevēloties stāstīt vairāk, nekā jau redzams. Mākslinieks, pieskaroties akmens virsmai un apstrādājot to, cenšas atmodināt dzintaru cerībā gūt atbildes. Brože dzintariem savā kolekcijā “Atmiņu gabali” dod vārdus: “lielais, runīgais” stāsta par jūru, gaismu un klusumu, “blondais, domīgais” – par eglēm, vēju un putnu balsīm…. Ir sajūta, ka vēlme pietuvoties akmenim ir tik liela, ka tas ļaujas atklāties. Valdis Brože studējis metāldizainu Latvijas Mākslas akadēmijā, kur ieguvis arī bakalaura grādu Vizuālās komunikācijas nodaļā. Laikā no 1996. gada piedalījies daudzās grupu izstādēs Latvijā, Krievijā un citur Eiropā. [/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row el_position=”last”][vc_column][vc_gallery type=”image_grid” interval=”3″ onclick=”link_image” images=”5769,5770,5768″ custom_links_target=”_self” el_position=”first last”][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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