Posts Tagged ‘sculpture‘


Monument to the African Renaissance

On Saturday, the 23rd January, 2010
Monument to the African Renaissance

A sculpture taken Photo believe polemic in Senegal of skyscrapercity.com In Senegal, there is ending the construction of a gigantic sculpture of bronze in a hill near to Dakar. The colossal sculpture represents an African man, a woman and a child arising from a volcano. It is called a Monument to the African Renaissance and his entire height...
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The discovery of the army of terracotta of Xian

On Monday, the 26th October, 2009
The discovery of the army of terracotta of Xian

Some of the protagonists of the find, already pensioners, it comment today on Photo: Wikipedia Desde the exhibition of 2004 in Madrid we have spoken several times of the famous soldiers of terracotta who keep the grave of the first Chinese emperor Qin Shi Huang, close to Xian. But we had never told either how the discovery was, or what persons intervened...
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Peter Randall-Page

On Tuesday, the 30th June, 2009
Peter Randall-Page

Geologic sculptures Between the Lines (2007) The Park of Sculptures of Yorkshire presents an exhibition of the British artist Peter Randall-Page (1954). This sculptor carves the stone imitating natural geologic forms, as for example fossil. I translate some lucubrations for them on his works, of those that so much it likes doing to the artists: Our most intimate comprehension of the form...
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Weekly summary of the Twitter

On Friday, the 5th June, 2009

The best tweets of last days Copying of shameless form what there do Sleep of the reason, Blogpocket and eCuaderno, I am going to include a weekly summary of the published in Twitter, because, between many extra drops that we say, sometimes there are interesting things: news, linkage and up to philosophical thoughts RT @vigoncas: Bon...
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One morning in the Walk of the Meadow

On Thursday, the 19th March, 2009
One morning in the Walk of the Meadow

All the art styles fit in the ‘cultural offer’ of Madrid yesterday In the morning I had to do a management that he was thinking I was going to deal two or three hours and I took ten minutes (I have pointed the date in the calendar to commemorate it as it deserves). The case is that it was in the Walk of...
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Posted in Art, Madrid, Moderneces, Painting | 4 Comments»

The garden of sculptures of Bruno Torfs

On Sunday, the 8th March, 2009
The garden of sculptures of Bruno Torfs

It is in Maryville (Australia) Supongo that are Mowgli and Bagheera (All the photos are of brunosart.com) I conceal in the tropical forests of the North-East of Melbourne (Victory, Australia) Bruno's Art and Sculpture Garden is, the garden of sculptures of the Paraguayan artist of Swedish origin Bruno Torfs. They are done of terracotta, in number of approximately 500. Now, the bad one...
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The curse of the sphere armilar

On Monday, the 23rd February, 2009
The curse of the sphere armilar

The construction of the sculpture of Trénor and Fernández Ordóñez has stopped more than 20 years A final of the 80, sculptor Rafael Trénor and the engineer of ways José Antonio Fernández Ordóñez projected a sculpture that represents a gigantic armilar sphere or spherical astrolabe. It was destined to be constructed in the island of...
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