Posts Tagged ‘eroticism‘


Tears of Eros

On Monday, the 5th October, 2009
Tears of Eros

Eroticism in the Museum Thyssen-Bornemisza Venus, of next Amaury-Duvel A partir del on October 20, the Museum Thyssen-Bornemisza will exhibit Tears of Eros, exhibition on the eroticism and his multiple facets. “The intimate relation between sexual drive and instinct of-Eros death and Thanatos - in the visual arts it is the topic of this exhibition, which takes given...
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The dance of seven veils

On Tuesday, the 8th September, 2009

Salomé dances before Herodes De la Wikipedia: "Salomé is a musical drama in an act of Richard Strauss. It was released on December 9, 1905 in Königliches Opernhaus of Dresden. The libretto is written in German. Strauss wrote the libretto in the work homónima of Oscar Wilde (inspired in the Biblical passage) translated to the German...
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Bob Carlos Clarke

On Thursday, the 7th May, 2009
Bob Carlos Clarke

Irish photographer On March 25, 2006, the Irish photographer Bob Carlos Clarke went out of a Barnes hospital, to the south-west of London, after doing a checkup to him, he was walking up to a near railroad route and threw itself in front of a train. He was 55 years old and his terrible end was not surprising for his...
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Exhibition of kisses

On Wednesday, the 18th February, 2009
Exhibition of kisses

The kiss. Between the Romanticism and Nine hundred Francesco Hayez. Il bacio (1861) In the Castle Visconteo, of Pavía (Italy) takes place a curious exhibition of paintings and sculptures of the XIXth and XXth centuries with the only topic: the kiss. Il bacio. Tra Romanticism and Novecento shows maternal, affectionate, chaste, sensual, lesbian kisses … Sixty works...
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Gustave Courbet

On Thursday, the 25th October, 2007
Gustave Courbet

Exhibition in Paris The bacchante (1844-47) Already it has been several days since inaugurated in Paris the exhibition devoted to Gustave Courbet (Ornans, France, 1819-lth Tour-de-Peilz, Switzerland, 1877) and it is time to dedicate a few lines to this account bird. The profile of the personage gathers very well the Wikipedia (in spite of the frightful writing): He was born in...
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