1. Metamorphosis


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    A short film retelling Titian's Metamorphosis for The National Gallery, London. http://tellnoone.co.uk Starring Anna Friel and Ed Speleers Dir: Tell No One Prod: Chris Massey Prod Co. Skin Flicks DOP: Ben Todd & Ed Rutherford 2nd Unit Cam: Dan Magee & John Fisher Art Dept: Samuel Waters & Ben Lack Stylist: Justine Josephs Hair & Make Up: Candy Alderson Casting Dir: Emily Tilelli Composer: Saul Richards Offline Editor: Ross Hallard @ Trim Post: Absolute TK: Luke Morrison @ The Mill Agency: Euros RSCG Agency Prod: Jodie Potts Creative Director: Gerry Moira

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    • İbrahim'in Düşü


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      Dücane Cündioğlu'nun yorumu

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      • Smart camera that catch a hot girl!


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        My camera is too smart! It take a picture of a hot girl itself!! That is a real Smart Auto!

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        • Imagine: Metamorphosis Titian


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          Imagine goes behind the scenes of a unique collaboration between the Royal Ballet and the National Gallery to promote the hanging of three Titian masterpieces together. A 90min documentary I principally shot and recorded sound on, over 6 weeks filming the rehearsals at the Royal Opera House and National Gallery, London. Those involved included: Carlos Acosta, Frederico Bonelli, Kim Brandstrup, Lucy Carter, Sarah Lamb, Alastair Marriott, Wayne McGregor, Steven McRae, Nico Muhly, Marianela Nuñez, Chris Ofili, Liam Scarlett, Conrad Shawcross, William Tuckett, Mark-Anthony Turnage, Mark Wallinger, Jonathan Watkins, Edward Watson, Christopher Wheeldon, Seamus Heaney, Nehemiah Kish Dir: Peter Sweasey Cinematography: Nathan Kendall, Mark Wolf, Brendan Easton Production Co. Oxford Film & TV BBC 2012

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          • Bellini and Titian, The Feast of the Gods, 1514 and 1529


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            Giovanni Bellini and Titian, The Feast of the Gods, 1514 and 1529, oil on canvas (National Gallery of Art) Speakers: Dr. Beth Harris, Dr. Steven Zucker For more: http://smarthistory.org/bellini-and-titians-the-feast-of-the-gods.html

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            • Aphrodite - Venus Born of the Sea-Foam with Unfinished Symphaty (manortiz too)


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              The Birth of Venus by Botticelli The Birth of Venus is undoubtedly one of the world’s most famous and appreciated works of art. Painted by Sandro Botticelli between 1482 and 1485, it has become a landmark of XV century Italian painting, so rich in meaning and allegorical references to antiquity. The theme comes from Ovid’s Metamorphoses, a very important oeuvre of the Latin literature. Venus is portrayed naked on a shell on the seashore; on her left the winds blow gently caressing her hair, on her right a handmaid (Ora) waits for the goddess to go closer to dress her shy body. The meadow is sprinkled with violets, symbol of love. We can find clear references to the “Stanzas”, a famous poetic work by Agnolo Poliziano, a contemporary of Botticelli and the greatest Neoplatonic poet of the Medici court. Neoplatonism was a current of thought that tried to connect the Greek and Roman cultural heritage with Christianity. The Neoplatonic philosophical meaning is then clear: the work would mean the birth of love and the spiritual beauty as a driving force of life. The iconography of Venus is certainly derived from the classic theme of Venus Pudica, covering her private parts shyly. In Florence, another important work of art is the translation in sculpture of the same theme: the famous Medici Venus at the Uffizi Gallery. The Medici commissioned the Birth of Venus, including the works Pallas and the Centaur and the Allegory of Spring at the Uffizi, and these belonged to Lorenzo di Pierfrancesco de’ Medici, a cousin of Lorenzo the Magnificent. As Poliziano was a great poet of written verses, so Botticelli was one of the greatest poets of the line and the drawing. It is worth to mention the exceptional technique and the fine materials used to accomplish the work. The Birth of Venus is the first example in Tuscany of a painting on canvas. Moreover the special use of expensive alabaster powder, making the colors even brighter and timeless, is another characteristic that makes this work unique. Behind the interpretation of the painting as a tribute to classic literature, we can certainly read an ode to the wealthy Florentine family who commissioned the work: the beginning of the reign of love finally comes to Florence thanks to the Medici, their diplomatic skills and their vast culture. This way Sandro Botticelli gives the art history one of its most sublime masterpieces Venus of Urbino by Titian This work, completed in 1538 for the Duke of Urbino Guidobaldo II Della Rovere, is very interesting and charming for its many hidden meanings. The painting represents the allegory of marriage and had to serve as a “teaching” model to Giulia Varano, the young wife of the Duke: the evident eroticism of the painting, in fact, had to remind the woman of the marital obligations she would have to fulfill to her husband. The erotic allegory was even more evident in the representation of Venus, goddess of love, depicted as a sensual and delectable woman staring at the viewer who cannot ignore her beauty. The light and warm color of the body of Venus is in contrast to the dark background and brings out her eroticism even more. The dog at the feet of the woman is the symbol of themarital fidelity while, in the background, the house maid looking at the young girl as she rummages in a chest of drawers symbolizes motherhood. The strong sensuality of this painting was therefore consistent with its private, domestic purpose. The pose of the nude is certainly a tribute to his friend-master Giorgione, who in 1510 had painted a very similar subject, the Sleeping Venus. Thanks to the wise use of color and its contrasts, as well as the subtle meanings and allusions, Titian achieves the goal of representing the perfect Renaissance woman who, just like Venus, becomes the symbol of love, beauty and fertility. From http://www.uffizi.org/artworks/

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              • Titans in Florida: Game One


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                Freshman J.D. Davis gives his thoughts on his first game as a Titan. He talks over a photos taken by Matt Brown on Opening Night, Feb. 17, 2012 at top-ranked Florida in Gainesville. Fullerton lost 7-3.

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                • Sleeping Ariadne


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                  Ancient Greek and Roman art featured the Sleeping Ariadne model - it inspired artists throughout the centuries. Slideshow by Art Historian Dr. Raichel Le Goff. Music by Marissa Nadler (who shares her work copyright free)

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                  • Secrets of The Frick Collection


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                    While the crowds head to the Met, you should detour to The Frick Collection, one of New York's most dazzling and intimate museums. Join Michael Bordenick, concierge at The Surrey, for an insider's tour of the collection and the building — which hides a fun little secret in the basement! Featured in this video: The Frick, The Frick Collection, Henry Frick, Henry Clay Frick, Rembrandt, Turner, Vermeer, Titian, El Greco, Fifth Avenue, Museum Mile, Upper East Side, museum, bowling alley, Grand West Gallery

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                    • Saipan, Aug, 2014


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                      2014년 8월 사이판 다이빙 영상입니다. saipandiving.co.kr

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