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Program Title: Modern Intermezzo By technical Assistant, managing collections of MoAA (The Museum of American Art) and doorman of Salon de Fleures by Getrude Stein and Dr. Srdjan Jovanovic Weiss, architect in New York and founder of NAO and co-founder of School of Missing Studies (SMS). and guests. ---- Storefront for Art and Architecture TV 2015 Session -- Modern Intermezzo is a TV program for short broadcasted discussions about art and architecture of the Museum of Modern Art and the exhibitions of American art that traveled through Europe in the 1950s organized by its International Program. -- The episodes are Intermezzos, 3 minutes long, acting as intermediate time between longer broadcasts on Storefront TV. The protagonists converse with guests over the live footage of documents provided by the Museum of American Art, Berlin. The conversation is informal, yes serious and informative. The focus of Modern Intermezzos hosted by Dr. Srdjan Jovanovic Weiss is on the anecdotes of modern art in architectural settings through modern history and what do they mean to us today on web TV. We asses anecdotal frictions between architectural settings and art collected by Technical Assistant of MoAA and their role in the age of web TV and WWW. The basic definition of Intermezzo can be found at http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/290433/intermezzo Although the origins of Intermezzo derive from music, opera and theatre, early television programs included TV Intermezzos as a short design form between featured programs, especially in socialist countries. Gradually TV Intermezzos turned into advertising. --+ More details
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We began The Art of Experience by noticing how people visit museums. To notice is to allow something into your conscious experience, to slow down just enough to see with great detail how things are put together and how they register in your body and your mind. How do you make yourself affectable? What happens when we play with how we visit? The Art of Experience invites you to unpack what you usually do at an art museum and then re-pack only what you choose. To unlock yourself from your old habits, not because they are wrong or bad but because unlocking means acknowledging they are built on assumptions: about your visit, about the art, about how you will interact with it. If you can soften these assumptions, might you be moved or changed in new ways? There are several respectful and productive ways to encounter art in the context of the museum. How can you discover what is most relevant to you? The Art of Experience is a series of invitations for visitors for all kinds of cultural institutions.We premiered The Art of Experience: the Smart Museum at the Smart Museum of Art at the University of Chicago in September 2014. Find more at 500clown.com or get in touch at email@example.com+ More details
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Last February 2014 MJMDA took part in the design concept for MUŻA. This shall be a new green-powered museum featuring a display of themes and related objects set within a complementing historic building. This video brings out MJMDA's interpretation and concept for MUŻA.+ More details
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The National Park Service wanted to create an interactive exhibit for visitors to the newly renovated Hamilton Grange. We created an experience that goes well beyond the traditional click-and-play approach by developing an interactive that the visitor can engage and interact with one-on-one.+ More details
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Была на выставке Сюрреализма "Livre d'artiste" в ГМИИ имени Пушкина. Произведения Эрнста, Пикассо, Дали и других просто на просто уносят твой мозг куда подальше! Гуляя по залам думала, что где - то такое уже со мной было, и это где - то оказалось клипом моего любимого исполнителя Hucci - Ca$hmere. I was on Surrealism exhibition "Livre d'artiste" in The Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts. Works of Dali, Picasso and Ernst just take your mind away! When I walked on exhibition, thought, that somewhere I already have felt the same feelings -this somewhere was the clip of my favorite Hucci. Pictures - video from The Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts. Fragment of clip Hucci - Ca$hmere Music by Hucci+ More details
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Il percorso espositivo delle Gallerie di Piazza Scala "Da Canova a Boccioni. Le collezioni della Fondazione Cariplo e di Intesa Sanpaolo" attraversa un intero secolo di storia dell'arte, l'Ottocento italiano. Il percorso prende avvio da una serie dei tredici straordinari bassorilievi di Antonio Canova di fine Settecento, fino a un passaggio di grande significato simbolico al Novecento, con quattro capolavori della stagione prefuturista di Umberto Boccioni. L'itinerario museale, curato da Fernando Mazzocca, si articola in tredici sezioni e ventitré sale situate in edifici di grande valore architettonico e decorativo rivisitati dall'architetto Michele De Lucchi: Palazzo Anguissola Antona Traversi, punto di svolta nell'architettura fra Sette e Ottocento, e l'adiacente Palazzo Brentani, dove si respira l'atmosfera delle dimore nobiliari ottocentesche. Scoperte inattese accolgono i visitatori nell'ampio spazio dedicato all'Ottocento lombardo, con vedute della Milano di un tempo, del Duomo e dei Navigli oggi scomparsi, e con momenti salienti del Risorgimento, fra battaglie e atmosfere private. Maggiori informazioni: http://www.gallerieditalia.com/it/piazza-scala/il-percorso-espositivo/lottocento+ More details
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