I hate how brigth is here,so much sun ,too much ligth ,last nigth i had to cover the door with paper,because even the moon is HUGEEEEEEEE,eerything in the tropic is bigger and not always better,after i deal with the light i have to do something to manage the noise that the crazy door makes,i hate metal doors! I hate doors as it is!
Sunday, 23 August 2009
Much of Colombia's Andean highlands once belonged to the Guambiano Indians. Herded first onto reservations by the Conquistadors, and then thrown off those lands by ensuing governments, the story of the Guambianos is the story of a people and culture trying to survive.lLike most of the Indians in the world....
I really love how they dress ..
Friday, 21 August 2009
Thursday, 20 August 2009
Indiana Jones ,cristal Skull
The Skull of Zurbarán, 1956
This mask is believed to represent the god Tezcatlipoca, one of the Aztec creator gods. He was also the god of rulers, warriors and sorcerers. His name can be translated as ‘Smoking Mirror’.
Damien Hirst diamond encrusted skull
Jade encrusted skull from Oaxaca, Mexico
Over the last few decades fashion has drawn closer to art in all respects. Fashion designers use installations and performances to disseminate their ideas, and in turn influence the art world. This September, the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen in Rotterdam sees an exhibition revealing the relationship between the two disciplines through the medium of new works of art by five top designers: Viktor and Rolf, Walter Van Beirendonck, Hussein Chalayan, Anna-Nicole Ziesche, and jewellery designer Naomi Filmer.
With five new works as the foundation, associative links will be made with items by designers such as Martin Margiela, Bless, and Comme des Garcons and artists like Christophe Coppens, Nick Cave and Louise Bourgeois. The exhibition throws light on different aspects of the grey area between fashion and art: the fashion show as performance, the pattern as sculpture and the imaginary world of the fashion campaign. Some fifty works will be on display, ranging from avant-garde dresses to installations and sculptures.
Photography Credits: Ronals Stoops, Peter Stigter, Richard Burbridge
Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen
3015 CX Rotterdam
there are some photos of their series of "Der rechte Weg", a video performance series, where they dress up in animal costumes and wander around the world in order to discover everything, that comes in their way.