1. PABLO PICASSO e le sue passioni - Catania, Castello Ursino


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    Castello Ursino a Catania ospita il grande Pablo Picasso dal 4 aprile al 28 giugno 2015 umberto&figli FOTOGRAFIA racconta le performance del maestro Nicolò Morales durante l'innaugurazione della mostra

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      Getrude Stein führt der auferstandenen Pablo Picasso durch seine Ausstellung 2015

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      • Dali, Van, Picasso


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        Adobe Photoshop CS6, Adobe After Effects CS6 experimental video. MUSIC "Rhapsody on a theme of Paganini" Maksim mrvica.

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        • Creation Stop Motion Type


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          Created by Tori Wheeler, design sophomore at the Kansas City Art Institute.

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          • EL CUBISTA ©2015


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            Pablo Picasso 18"x24" 24"x24" 6 Layer CUT.SPRAY.REPEAT. HAND CUT ALWAYS. STENCILIST - CHRISTO ROSA Montana GOLD/MTN 94 Cans Mixed Acrylics Premium Canvas ©CMR 2015

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            • Sacred Cowboys - Pablo Picasso


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              Music by Garry Gray & Sacred Cowboys. Video by Napoleon Bonaparte. Smart Dog Video London (UK). Sacred Cowboys are an Australian post-punk and rock band formed by mainstay Garry Gray, as lead singer-songwriter, in 1982. The line-up has changed as the group splintered and reformed several times, being active from 1982 to 1985, 1987 to 1991, 1994 to 1997 and 2006 to 2008. The August 2006 line-up was Gray with Stephan Fidock on drums; Penny Ikinger on guitar; Spencer P. Jones on guitar; Nick Rischbieth on bass guitar; and Ash Wednesday on keyboards. Past members include: Johnny Crash (aka Janis Friedenfelds) on drums and Mark Ferrie on bass guitar, who were both ex-Models; Terry Doolan on guitar; Andrew Picouleau on bass guitar; and Ian Forrest on keyboards. The group have issued six albums: Sacred Cowboys (1984), We Love You ... Of Course We Do (1985), Trouble from Providence (August 1988), Things to Come (July 1996), Cold Harvest (January 2007) and 1982–85: Nailed to the Cross (February 2008). Australian musicologist, Ian McFarlane, described them as "one of the most confrontational live outfits" with their music as "mixed post-punk moodiness and country raunch over a mutant swamp-blues backbeat".

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              • John Handley: The Religious Art of Pablo Picasso


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                In this lecture given on November 15, 2014, art historian and theologian John Handley sheds light on a scarcely known aspect of the career of the renowned twentieth-century artist Pablo Picasso: his religious beliefs and his incorporation of religious imagery in his art throughout his career. The talk will be based on the newly published book, "The Religious Art of Pablo Picasso," which Handley co-authored with eminent art historian Dr. Jane Daggett Dillenberger. Topics include Picasso's lifelong preoccupation with the Crucifixion and how it relates to national Spanish identity and the bullfight; his little-known "War and Peace Chapel," done in the 1950s at Vallauris, France; and the landmark painting Guernica, described by theologian Paul Tillich as the most important religious artwork of the 20th century. John Handley earned his undergraduate degree in Art and Art History from Western Washington University, a graduate degree in Museum Studies from John F. Kennedy University, and a second master's degree in Theology from San Francisco Theological Seminary, before completing his doctorate in Art and Religion from the Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley. He is currently the director of the art galleries at Stephen F. Austin State University, in east Texas, where he also teaches part-time. Learn more about the lecture at slu.edu/x97987

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                • Meet the Masters II - Picasso & Demuth


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                  I made this video for the Meet the Masters program in my little one's K/1 class. This is the second video in the series that we have done. Meet the Masters is an art history and art appreciation volunteer program intended to acquaint children with the world of art. Meet the Masters seeks to cultivate a sustained awareness and interest in art by exposing children to selected prints. Mr. V. is the presenter and the "Little Monkeys" is the class nickname. Resources: • Mona Lisa by Leonardo Da Vinci - Musée du Louvre • Mona Lisa Frame Icon made by Freepik (http://www.freepik.com) from http://www.flaticon.com is licensed under Creative Commons BY 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/) • Museum Icon made by Icons8 (http://www.icons8.com) from http://www.flaticon.com is licensed under CC BY 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/) • World Map made by fb.com/isunsunsun from http://www.freevector.com/world-map-vector-graphics/ is licensed under CC 3.0 BY-SA (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/) • Map of United States of America with States - Outline by www.FreeVectorMaps.com • Enamel Saucepan by Pablo Picasso - Musée National d'Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France • Pablo Picasso and his sister Lola, c.1889 by anonymous photographer licensed under fair use • Paper plane icon made by Silviu Runceanu (http://www.runceanu.com) from http://www.flaticon.com is licensed under Creative Commons BY 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/) • Femme aux Bras Croisés by Pablo Picasso, 1902 • Acrobate et jeune Arlequin by Pablo Picasso, 1905 • I Saw the Figure 5 in Gold by Charles Demuth, 1928 - Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC • Charles Demuth self portrait, 1907 - Collection of the Demuth Museum

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                  • Pablo Picasso's 'Femme' at The Getty


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                    In 2011, we produced a report on the conservation department at Fondation Beyeler, more specifically about the Acanthes Conservation Project. The extensive investigation and conservation project focused on the artwork Acanthes by French artist Henri Matisse, a major work from the artist's series of large-format “papiers découpés”. Chief Conservator Markus Gross and Conservator Stephan Lohrengel provided us with some insight into the work of a conservator. Now we met Markus Gross again, this time in Los Angeles, at The Getty Center, where he was taking part in the Conservation Partnership Program. He brought a very special painting from the collection of the Beyeler Foundation, a 1907 Pablo Picasso entitled 'Femme' (Epoque 'Les Demoiselles d'Avignon'). In this video, Markus Gross provides us with an introduction to the Conservation Partnership Program, and talks about conservatory aspects of the painting: the analytical work that was done, the results of the analysis and the state of preservation of the painting, and what restoration measures are planned. He also shares some interesting findings about the color palette that Pablo Picasso had applied to the top edge of the painting, and show us what can be revealed by observing a painting with a UV lamp.

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                    • Wood (5 Seconds)


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                      WOOD is a five second animation, winner in the Animation Award category at Festival Audiovisual Ojo Loco 2012/ Crazy Eye Audiovisual Festival 2012, made in Guayaquil, Ecuador and organized by students at the University Casa Grande. GOAL The contest was to create, within 48 hours, an animation with five seconds of duration, with reference to the phrase: "Every act of creation is first of all , an act of destruction " -Pablo Picasso- ANIMATION DATA Based on the phrase, I thought of a lumberjack cutting down a tree (destruction), then he returns to home to keep cutting wood, and its purpose is to put a small piece of wood on one of the legs of his bed to fix that was uneven (creation). I thought about doing the whole thing in 3D but , when rendering the first second, my computer was delayed around five hours, and not having much time to deliver the animation, I decided to make in 2D the last 4 seconds remaining, and does not look bad that mixture of 2D and 3D. MUSIC The musical composition is mine. All sounds were made with foley sounds of my mouth, recorded with my smartphone and modified a bit . SOFTWARE USED 3D ------------------- Cinema 4D R13 2D ------------------- Adobe After Effects CS6 Music --------------- Reason 5.0 Edition ------------- Adobe Premiere CS6

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