1. Aleksandar Pejovski | Portrait of Biljana Trimcevska


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    Part of the album "Hommage to the Teachers" • Recorded in Skopje, February 2009 "Portrait of Biljana Trimcevska" for piano and tape Composed and performed by Aleksandar Pejovski

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    • Art History in a Nutshell


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      For my Teaching with Technology class, I was to make a video related to my content area that I could use for the future, while also proving that I can use a moviemaking program (windows movie maker in this case) to do it. I chose Art history, the brief and quick version, so students can get a taste of what art has been like throughout history. The sound, for some silly reason, is very quiet, but other than that I had fun making this. Enjoy!

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      • Art Movements of the 20th Century Song


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        An Art history time line of Art Movements of the 20th Century in Song. Artists in the 1900s Had goals and philosophies They were called a variety of 'isms and tendencies' These isms and tendencies Are widely considered to be The art movements of the 20th century Before the turn of the 20th century, From 1880 to 1900, Modernism started supposedly. There was Art Nouveau, Symbolism, The Vienna succession, Post-Impressionism And Les Nabis After 1900 through 1910 There was Fauvism, the Photo-Secession, Cubism, Futurism, Die Brucke, Expressionism These isms and tendencies Are widely considered to be The art movements of the 20th century From 1910 to 1920 There was Orphism, Vorticism, School of Paris Constructivism and Suprematism Also Blauer Reiter, De Stjl and Bauhaus and Dada (dadadadada) In the 1920s there was New Objectivity, Surrealism and there were Mexican Murals. These isms and tendencies Are widely considered to be The art movements of the 20th century The 1930s saw Socialist Realism, Group f/64 American Social Realist Photography and Unit One The British Surrealist Group, The Harlem Renaissance and Photo-Journalism From the 1940s There was the St. Ives School, Spacialism, Abstract Expressionism Arte Informel and CoBrA These isms and tendencies Are widely considered to be The art movements of the 20th century In the 1950s, There were happenings, there was New York Photography, The Neo-Concrete Group, Situationist International There was Pop Art and Neo-Dada and Hard-Edged Painting In the 1960s There was Nouveau Realisme, Minimalism, Op Art, Vienna Actionism, Fluxus, Arte Povera, Land Art, School of London, Post-Painterly Abstraction. These isms and tendencies Are widely considered to be The art movements of the 20th century In the 1970s There was conceptual Art, Feminism, Performance Art, Conceptual Photography, Photo-Realism and Body Art In the 1980s There was the Black Art Movement, Video and Film, Neo-Expressionism, Graffiti Art and New British Sculpture. And Finally, in the 1990s there were the Young British Artists, Dusseldorf School Photography and Installation

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        • Così Muller dipingeva - Ainsi peignait Alfredo Muller


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          Il video è stato realizzato per l'Associazione "Les amis d'Alfredo Muller, peintre et graveur" nel 2011 in occasione della mostra "Alfredo Muller, un ineffabile dandy dell'impressionismo" presso la galleria Studio d'Arte dell'Ottocento di Livorno. Si tratta di un primo studio sulla vita e l'opera del pittore. Le peintre et graveur Alfredo Müller est né à Livourne en 1869 et mort à Paris en 1939. L’histoire a divisé sa vie en longues périodes passées alternativement en Toscane et à Paris, son œuvre aussi. Il est ainsi Alfredo Müller, peintre italien qui a intrigué, choqué, enthousiasmé avec sa peinture à la française, marquée par l’impressionnisme, puis par Cézanne qu’il rencontre à Paris avant 1900, mais aussi le peintre et graveur français Alfred Muller, qui fut un des maîtres de l’eau-forte en couleurs du Paris de la Belle Epoque. Les traces parallèles des deux vies de l’artiste ont mis du temps à se rejoindre. Au milieu des années 1970, la redécouverte fortuite de douze toiles sur la Commedia dell’Arte, une partie des Arlecchinate de Müller, a servi de déclic. Aujourd’hui, la qualité de son œuvre graphique et l’élégance de ses panneaux lithographiés, de ses grandes eaux-fortes en noir et en couleurs et de ses peintures alliant la puissance du trait à la mélancolie sont reconnues. L’association Les Amis d’Alfredo Müller travaille à l’édition complète de son œuvre. Un premier volume bilingue franco-italien consacré à ses lithographies sort fin 2012.

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          • Curator Eliza Rathbone introduces Snapshot: Painters and Photography, Bonnard to Vuillard


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            On view at The Phillips Collection February 4 through May 6, 2012. For renowned post-impressionist artists like Pierre Bonnard and Edouard Vuillard, the new technology of the Kodak handheld camera energized their working methods and creative vision. Approximately 200 snapshots made by them and five other artists, most previously unpublished, are displayed with 70 paintings and works on paper that the snapshots inspired, revealing fascinating parallels in cropping, lighting, and vantage point. The exhibition is co-organized by The Phillips Collection, the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, and the Indianapolis Museum of Art. The exhibition features exceptional loans from the Musée d’Orsay. Generous support provided by John and Gina Despres and the Trellis Fund Funded in part by The Florence Gould Foundation Additional support from Craig M. Gayhardt Media Partner Capitol File Magazine

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            • Cézanne


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              Paul Cézanne French Artist 1839-1906 Music: Claude Debussy's "Les Sons et les parfums tournent dans lair du soir" (Sounds and Perfumes Swirl in the Evening Air) - from Preludes, Book I

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              • Gauguin, The Red Cow, 1889


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                Paul Gauguin, The Red Cow, oil on canvas, 1889 (LACMA) Speakers: Dr. Beth Harris, Dr. Steven Zucker

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                • Georges Seurat, Young Woman Powdering Herself, 1890


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                  Georges Seurat, Young Woman Powdering Herself, 1890. Oil on canvas 37 1/2 x 31 1/4 in. Courtauld Institute of Art, London

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                  • La Vie Parisienne


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                    One vignette from a Post-Impressionist inspired night in Paris. Created for Dances of Vice: Anachronistic & New Romantic Events -- La Vie Parisienne: Bal de la St-Valentin 2012 http://www.dancesofvice.com/post/lavieparisienne

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                    • Lo que el agua me dio (What the water gave me) - Frida Kahlo | Video-arte (short version)


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                      "La pintura me ha dado la vida" / Painting has given me life EXPLICACIÓN ESPAÑOL: Mexicana, desde temprana edad Frida desarrolló su pintura. Un terrible accidente de tranvía la marcará, pues la dejó inválida, con la columna, cadera y una pierna rotas, entre otras cosas. Sin embargo ante tantas incapacidades, Frida aceptó su dolor y lo materializó profundamente en sus lienzos, a través de su pintura, la cuál produjo hasta finales de su vida. Este vídeo de una manera libre pretende reflejar el espíritu luchador y ganas ante las adversidades. Adaptando varias de sus obras clave y haciendo referencia a su historia, reflejando su lucha, su intensidad como persona, su pintura y en definitiva: su vida. Se ha utilizado además la canción "What the water gave me" de Florence, que se titula al igual que una de sus obras "Lo que el agua me dio", que aparece en el vídeo. (El cuadro de los pies en la bañera.) El montaje original dura (como la canción sin cortes, alrededor de 5 minutos), este es un montaje más sencillo y condensado. El corte completo lo podréis ver aquí (enlace para vimeo próximamente.) ----- ENGLISH EXPLANATION: Mexican, since she was little Frida developed her painting. A terrible accident crossed her, and left her in a wheelchair, is column, hip and one leg broken, among other things. But instead of giving up because that many problems, Frida accepted her pain and turn it deeply into canvas, with painting, she keeped painting till the end of her life. This video in a liberal way wants to reflect the fighter spirtit and determination of Frida against the adversities she had to deal with. Adapting some of her paintings and referencing her story, reflecting her fight, her intensity as a person, her paintings... Her life. "What the water gave me" of Florence, has been used because it's the tittle of one of her paitings and it's also dedicated to her. (The bathup one) The original cut is 6 minutes, this is a shorter version, simpler. The full one will be availabe soon if you're interested. (enlace para vimeo próximamente.) ---- Idea y dirección: Juan Luis Martínez Estefanía Blanco como Frida Kahlo. Agradecimientos a: Diego García, Mª Elena García, Aurora Falagán y a Estefanía Blanco por su grandísimo aporte. Original animation of "Autoretrato con collar de espinas" by Florent Porta (extracted and edited with no ludic intentions)

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