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LEGALLY BLOND The Musical<br>Laura Bell Bundy is sorority star Elle Woods, who doesn't take "no" for an answer. So when her boyfriend dumps her for someone more "serious," Elle puts down the credit card, hits the books, and sets out to go where no Delta Nu has gone before: Harvard Law. Along the way, Elle proves that being true to yourself never goes out of style.
LEGALLY BLOND The Musical
Laura Bell Bundy is sorority star Elle Woods, who doesn't take "no" for an answer. So when her boyfriend dumps her for someone more "serious," Elle puts down the credit card, hits the books, and sets out to go where no Delta Nu has gone before: Harvard Law. Along the way, Elle proves that being true to yourself never goes out of style.

at Palace Theatre New YorkNew York, NY

Le Tango en Peinture" (Nancy Braga)

martes, 29 de enero de 2008 10:40
The Tango

Nancy Braga

Nancy nos envía en adj un archivo titulado "Le Tango en peinture avec Jannet et Jean René", que le podés pedir o yo te puedo reenviar.
Sin los tanguitos, podés encontr las imágenes en:

aleeco.multiply.com/photos/alb ... ngo_en_Peinture

Le Tango en Peinture Le Tango en Peinture Le Tango en Peinture Le Tango en Peinture

Me llegó perfecto !!! Gracias (Gabriela Ruscica)

lunes, 28 de enero de 2008 08:28
Newsletter Aerolatino-Geba exclusiva para suscriptores, mie 23 enero 2008

María Gabriela Ruscica

Me llego perfecto!!! Gracias.

Gabi

Dra. María Gabriela Ruscica
draruscica.blogspot.com
roseroserose

Gracias por el mensaje Gabriela !

- Bailador ! Gabriela, que ha vuelto a la Clase de Aerolatino después de un año sabático por maternidad, tiene todo el ritmo y también el humor. Copio ilustración de su Blog:

Comienza tu día con una sonrisa, verás lo divertido que es ir por ahí desentonando con todo el mundo.
Comienza tu día con una sonrisa, verás lo divertido que es ir por ahí desentonando con todo el mundo. [fuente]

Xanadu at Helen Hayes Theater

lunes, 28 de enero de 2008 00:33
Xanadu Insider: Winter Discount and new Play-Along Set Page!

Xanadu Insider

Xanadu at Helen Hayes Theater
Xanadu at Helen Hayes Theater
xanaduonbroadway.com

broadwayoffers.com/go.aspx?MD=2001&MC=XUPBL57
xanaduonbroadway.com

Cabalgata por la Cordillera (Claudia Tarazona)

domingo, 27 de enero de 2008 10:15
Cabalgata por la cordillera - para la Newsletter

Claudia Tarazona

Hola Amigos bailadores

Al fin se concretó mi sueño: hacer una cabalgata en la cordillera, y además con mi hijo Santiago!!!! Era algo que hcía tiempo quería hacer, desde la época en que montaba y saltaba en GEBA y en el Club Alemán, hace más de 10 años.

Santi, mi chango, resultó ser un pingazo, y creció mucho con esta experiencia.

Compartimos tres días a toda aventura con un grupo de 7 compañeros geniales, 2 mulas que cargaron todas las provisiones, dos baquianos (uno de la edad de Santi, con quien hizo una hermosa amistad) y Pablo Champagna, nuestro guía de montaña, que tiene mucha experiencia en esto: más de 15 años subiendo al Aconcagua!!! (www.solocabalgatas.com)

Hubo asado, buen vino, guitarreada, fogón, mate y mucha mucha buena onda, incluso en algunos momentos de dificultad en el ascenso o descenso o cuando montamos un largo rato bajo la lluvia. Durante la expedición montamos un promedio de 6 ó 7 horas diarias. La primera noche dormimos en camas gauchas bajo las estrellas. La cama se arma con los pellones, la montura y la bolsa de dormir encima. La segunda noche, después de una cena deliciosa y unos buenos tragos de vodka con jugo de naranjas, dormimos en carpas porque amenazaba la lluvia, que finalmente no llegó.

No se puede describir con palabras lo que vimos: el cielo, la montaña, el cóndor que desplegó su vuelo una y varias veces sobre nuestras cabezas.... el zorro que una noche se robó un melón del campamento, el cruzar ríos y arroyos a caballo, tomar agua fresca de los ríos, y mate con aromas de hierbas de la montaña.

En fin, esta geografía, la historia del lugar.... pensar que Don José de San Martín anduvo por allí con miles de hombres, mulas, provisiones para un mes, cañones y artillería que treparon cuestas al cielo.... se te hace un nudo en la garganta al pensar en tanto valor. (En el sitio web pueden leer datos muy interesantes sobre la historia).
Dios quiera que esta haya sido la primera de muchas expediciones.... mañana mismo volvería a montar y a pisar la tierra de Mendoza!!
C

Luna Negra Dance Theater

The New York Times, January 28, 2008
Dance Review

Seeking Raw Beauty in Fluid Movement

[Andrea Mohin/The New York Times]
Members of the Luna Negra Dance Theater in “Sonetos de Amor,” at the New Victory Theater.
Andrea Mohin/The New York Times
Members of the Luna Negra Dance Theater in “Sonetos de Amor,” at the New Victory Theater. [fuente]
nytimes.com/2008/01/28/arts/dance/28luna.html

By GIA KOURLAS

Eduardo Vilaro was born in Cuba and grew up in the Bronx before he landed on his feet as a principal dancer with Ballet Hispanico in Manhattan. Now he’s conquered another city, but this time it’s not as a dancer. After receiving his master’s degree from Columbia College Chicago, Mr. Vilaro stayed put and formed a company, Luna Negra Dance Theater, which is dedicated to fostering the work of Latino choreographers.

Judging from the company’s New York debut at the New Victory Theater on Friday night, Mr. Vilaro is certainly good at one thing; his well-trained dancers are naturally theatrical and able to flesh out their technique with a sweet, unalloyed enthusiasm. His choreographic choices are slightly uneven, though the program’s opening work, Pedro Ruiz’s “Sonetos de Amor” (“Love Sonnets”), is the most coherent.

Mr. Ruiz sets his dance to a soundtrack of several artists, including the Argentine tango composer Astor Piazzolla and the Cuban pianist and composer José Maria Vitier. In “Sonetos” Mr. Ruiz experiments with different rhythms, whether restless or sensual, incorporating a gliding, romantic sensibility that sends dancers spinning and soaring through pirouettes, exuberant jumps and intricate partnering. On the surface it seems like a flurry of playful bodies, but a closer look reveals Mr. Ruiz’s fluid and tender understanding of movement.

In the second work, “Sugar in the Raw,” the choreographer Michelle Manzanales, as she states in program notes, is looking to unearth a “raw beauty.” Dancers standing under tall, hazy spotlights pair up; as one bends backward, the curved body of another cushions the fall and slowly rotates. But there is a feigned solemn quality to “Sugar in the Raw.” After much writhing on the floor, which culminates in a unison pattern of blandly rendered gestural commotion, the predictable results are never quite raw enough.

Finally Mr. Vilaro’s rambling “Quinceañera,” or “Sweet 15,” explores the ceremony of passage in which a 15-year-old girl enters womanhood. Here the narrative is confusing; scenes bubble over with a strange mixture of joviality and anguish, but the work is knitted together with little depth. This loss of innocence is felt, in part, like a tiny death. The problem is that you’re never quite certain if Mr. Vilaro is in the mood to celebrate or to mourn.

Luna Negra Dance Theater continues through Feb. 3 at the New Victory Theater, 209 West 42nd Street, Manhattan; (646) 223-3010 or newvictory.org.

nytimes.com/2008/01/28/arts/dance/28luna.html

New York City Ballet

The New York Times, January 28, 2008
Dance Review

Majesty of Bach, With a Wild West Trip

[Paul Kolnik/New York City Ballet]
Abi Stafford and Nilas Martins in "Western Symphony."
Paul Kolnik/New York City Ballet
Abi Stafford and Nilas Martins in "Western Symphony." [fuente]
nytimes.com/2008/01/28/arts/dance/28spri.html

By JENNIFER DUNNING

...

New York City Ballet performs through Feb. 24 at the New York State Theater, Lincoln Center, Manhattan, (212) 870-5570 or nycballet.com.

nytimes.com/2008/01/28/arts/dance/28spri.html

Pintura en Vivo (María Lozano)

viernes, 25 de enero de 2008 18:56
Sòlo 5 minutos .. te vas a sorprender !!! (pintura en vivo)

María Lozano

Para el newsletter!!!

dailymotion.com/video/x2aa4w_p ... xpress_creation

Duración: 05:40

Links:

dandunn.com
dandunn.com/paintjam.htm
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dan_Dunn_(cartoonist)


Ayer Volví de la Cabalgata en la Cordillera (Claudia Tarazona)

viernes, 25 de enero de 2008 12:07
hola

Claudia Tarazona

Hola Gran Bailador!!!
ayer volví de la cabalgata en la cordillera con Santi. No tengo palabras para describir la aventura: 6 a 7 horas por día montado, subidas, pendientes, bajadas, campamento, dormir en la cama gaucha hecha con la montura y bolsa de dormir bajo las estrellas, asado, vino y guitarreada, un grupo excelente, los paisajes, Uspallata. Llegamos a 3500 m!!!
Para Santi, una experiencia inolvidable!!! Para mí también.

Gracias por incluir lo mío de Intramed en la Newsletter!! estoy recibiendo comentarios de médicos de Arg, y de varios lugares de latinoamérica!!! aparecen al pie del artículo en el sitio.

En fin, ya me voy a sentar a escribir algo sobre el viaje para la Newsletter y te mando fotos.
cariños
C

Cabaret en el Salón La Fiesta del Hotel Jaragua

Listin Diario, Lunes 28 de Enero del 2008, actualizado 2:04 AM

AMAURY SÁNCHEZ Y MARÍA CASTILLO ENCABEZAN EL ELENCO DE UN MUSICAL QUE PROMETE IR MÁS ALLÁ QUE LAS ANTERIORES PROPUESTAS

MC y las chicas del Kit Kat Club. Waddys Jaques hace el personaje que realizaran Joel Grey y Alan Cumming.
MC y las chicas del Kit Kat Club. Waddys Jaques hace el personaje que realizaran Joel Grey y Alan Cumming. [fuente]
listindiario.com.do/entretenim ... 4/45491/Cabaret

MC y las chicas del Kit Kat Club. Waddys Jaques hace el personaje que realizaran Joel Grey y Alan Cumming.
MC y las chicas del Kit Kat Club. Waddys Jaques hace el personaje que realizaran Joel Grey y Alan Cumming. [fuente]
listindiario.com.do/entretenim ... 4/45491/Cabaret

Renaissance Jaragua Hotel y Casino, Santo Domingo, República Dominicana
Renaissance Jaragua Hotel y Casino, Santo Domingo, República Dominicana [fuente]
marriott.com/hotels/travel/sdq ... otel-and-casino

SANTO DOMINGO.- Con “Cabaret” se inician los musicales del año en nuestro país con un montaje que promete romper los esquemas. “Vamos a interactuar con el público, es muy dinámico”, manifiesta su director, Amaury Sánchez, quien resalta que el salón La Fiesta del hotel Jaragua ha sido transformado en el Kit Kat Club, con todo el ambiente decadente que se vivió en los primeros años del nazismo en Berlín, Alemania.

De visita en las pruebas de vestuario de la nueva aventura del llamado “señor de los musicales”, LISTÍN DIARIO conversó con el elenco de la pieza mítica, llevada al cine por el gran coreógrafo Bob Fosse en 1972 e interpretada por la versátil Liza Minelli y el talentoso Joel Grey.

Sánchez promete que la trama llevará al espectador por variadas emociones. “Hay momentos en que nos reímos y momentos en que lloramos”, asegura y añade que el ritmo es más ágil que las versiones montadas en Broadway.

Del siete al 11 de febrero, las chicas del Kit Kat Club estarán ofreciendo un show en el que los asistentes, en un ambiente íntimo, serán parte de la historia de Sally Bowles y Brian Roberts, interpretada por Robmariel Olea y Josué Guerrero, y todos los demás personajes, presentados por el MC, (Waddys Jaquez).

...

listindiario.com.do/entretenim ... 4/45491/Cabaret

Links:

marriott.com/hotels/travel/sdq ... otel-and-casino

"Medical Slang". Estoy más que feliz (Claudia Tarazona)

viernes, 25 de enero de 2008 10:22
intramed

Claudia Tarazona

“La traducción científico-médica y sus integrantes: un análisis exhaustivo”
“La traducción científico-médica y sus integrantes: un análisis exhaustivo” [fuente]
traductores.org.ar/nuevo/home/ ... 2=85&nivel3=216

Claudia Tarazona, primera desde la derecha.

Estoy más que feliz. Al pie de mi trabajo publicado en Intramed aparecen comentarios de médicos de Arg, Cuba, Colombia, España, Guatemala, Perú, México!!!!

Me alegra ver el interés y hasta la preocupación que despertó el tema, y el rico intercambio que se está dando entre los profesionales.

Gracias a todos los que han leído mi trabajo.
Claudia

Bailador ! Si querés sumarte al festival idiomático de los médicos que inició el artículo de Claudia, sigue link:

intramed.net/actualidad/art_1. ... Puntos+de+vista

También podés ver el artículo ilustrado en:

TRANSLATION AND INTERPRETATION CONFERENCE: MEDICAL SLANG

The Color Purple The Musical about Love

jueves, 24 de enero de 2008 15:33
The Color Purple Newsletter

The Color Purple

The Color Purple
Newsletter
The Color Purple
Newsletter [fuente]
colorpurple.com

ON FEBRUARY 24TH, BROADWAY'S BEST-LOVED MUSICAL WILL TAKE ITS FINAL BOW

As a member of The Color Purple family, we’re offering you the chance to see The Color Purple in its final weeks with new stars Chaka Khan, BeBe Winans and LaKisha Jones at one of the lowest prices ever! You can now buy one ticket and get one ticket FREE!

Click here to see how. colorpurple.com/special_offers.php

Grease at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre

jueves, 24 de enero de 2008 09:12
Save 35% on Time Magazine's #1 Musical of the Year with Playbill

Playbill Club Manager

Grease at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre
Grease at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre [fuente]

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La Compañía Tango X2 en NYC

The New York Times, 24 January 2008
Urban Eye: La Compañía Tango X2

A Milonga In SoHo

Video, duración 02:55: nytimes.com/pages/arts/index.html

DANCE

It Takes Two

You may have missed their milonga party but there’s still time to get tickets for tonight’s final performance by Compañía Tango X2 at City Center. This Argentine company, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary, “retains the sensual intimacy inherent in the best of tango,” Jennifer Dunning wrote. Sure, she wrote, there are “gauchos, lowlife knife-wielders and innocent new recruits to the tough corner bordello,” but “it is clear that for all the ‘Hernando’s Hideaway’ stereotypes, tango choreography can be dazzlingly complex.” Pluck a rose and a partner and go.

UrbanEye Video: tango party

Why There Will Never Be a Last Tango,” by Jennifer Dunning

Invitación para ver la Galería de Cultura (Miguel A.Materazzi-Hugo Grau)

miércoles, 23 de enero de 2008 10:19
Invitación para ver la galería de Cultura

Cultura

Miguel Ángel Materazzi Hugo Grau

Mensaje de Cultura:

Con el comienzo del año 2008, hemos decidido ir documentando los eventos en forma fotográfica estando en acuerdo a los tiempos tecnológicos que corren se ha habilitado un álbum fotográfico, en la web, a ese fin.
Agradecemos a todos Uds., que reciben éste envío, lo puedan reenviar a sus contactos.
Agradecidos, les enviamos un saludo cordial.
Dr. Miguel Ángel Materazzi (presidente Comisión de Cultura-Geba)
Sr. Hugo Grau (jefe Departamento de Cultura-Geb

picasaweb.google.es/culturageba

Para compartir tus fotos o recibir notificaciones cuando tus amigos compartan las suyas, consigue tu propia cuenta gratuita de álbumes web de Picasa.

Excelente Miguel Angel ! Muy bien Hugo !
Nos encantó la idea y las fotos que allí aparecen y auguramos una fantástica proyección al futuro !

Encuentro Plástico Creativo - Newbery - 19-01-2008 "Desventuras joven médica" - film Dirección: Dr. Miguel Á. Materazzi - Newbery - 19-01-2008

“Glimpses of the Moon,” the musical for the Oak Room

The New York Sun 23 January 2008
T H EAT E R

A Show of the Oak Room’s Own

By MARY DIXIE CARTER

[KATIE ROSIN]
THE HIGH LIFE Patti Murin and Stephen Plunkett in ‘Glimpses of the Moon.’
KATIE ROSIN
THE HIGH LIFE Patti Murin and Stephen Plunkett in ‘Glimpses of the Moon.’ [fuente]

Making a name for oneself at the Algonquin Hotel’s legendary Oak Room — home, over the years, to Harry Connick Jr., Diana Krall, and Andrea Marcovicci, among countless other luminaries — can be tough going. But Tajlei Levis and John Mercurio are about to try. On January 28, Ms. Levis and Mr. Mercurio will open “Glimpses of the Moon,” the first musical conceived expressly for the hotel’s intimate, wood-paneled supper club.

In 2006, Ms. Levis and Mr. Mercurio invited the entertainment director at the storied hotel, Barbara McGurn, to attend a performance of a musical, set in 1940s Manhattan, that they had written for the Fringe Festival. Ms. McGurn was intrigued by the idea of staging a New York-specific period piece in the Oak Room, but their Fringe Festival production featured 13 jitterbugging performers, and the intimate room, which seats just 80 guests at candlelit tables on either side of a grand piano, couldn’t accommodate the unwieldy cast.

So, Ms. Levis and Mr. Mercurio suggested they write a musical specifically for the hotel’s famous cabaret venue, and Ms. McGurn agreed to the concept.

At that point, Ms. Levis, who contributed the book and lyrics to this partnership, and Mr. Mercurio, who wrote the music, set about gathering ideas for the new piece. To take advantage of the Algonquin’s glamorous history, they aimed to set the musical in the hotel’s 1920s heyday, the decade of the famous “Round Table,” a daily gathering of young literary smart alecks, including Alexander Woollcott, Harold Ross, Robert Benchley, and, most famously, Dorothy Parker. The group set the standard for literary style and, among other things, gave rise to the New Yorker magazine.

Ms. Levis cuddled up last winter with Henry James, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and other writers of the Jazz Age, looking for source material upon which to base the project. Finally, she hit upon an Edith Wharton novel she had read many years earlier, “The Glimpses of the Moon.” One of Wharton’s lesser-known works today, it was a huge commercial success in 1922. But it was never a critical success, perhaps because Wharton wrote “Glimpses” when she was financially strapped, and sales were the priority. A dark undercurrent bubbles below the surface of Wharton’s breeziest prose, though, on the whole, as Ms. Levis said, “This is jazzy, funny Edith Wharton.”

“It’s got a great kind of musical comedy setup,” the director, Marc Bruni, said, citing “the idea of these two people who decide to get married and live off the gifts that their rich friends give them.” The protagonists, Susy Branch and Nick Lansing, make a business agreement that supposedly lasts one year, to be terminated earlier if either person finds a better (i.e., richer) match. It’s a lighthearted take on the escape that proves to be no escape, one of Wharton’s habitual themes. “It’s not chock-a-block with plot,” as Mr. Mercurio puts it, so there’s room to musicalize.

Ms. Levis, Mr. Mercurio, and Mr. Bruni all agreed the story would work as the basis for the Oak Room project. And when the team presented two songs on speculation to Ms. McGurn, she gave them the go-ahead.
As a nod to the location, Ms. Levis explained, Nick and Susy visit the Oak Room in one scene and listen to a cabaret singer, who will be played, each week, by a different guest star. (Susan Lucci and Alison Fraser are currently on tap.) Mr. Mercurio plans to incorporate a multiple reed player (saxophone, clarinet, flute) in addition to the piano, but any more musicians would take valuable playing space away from the actors who dance, as well as sing, in the production.

Their adaptation takes place in New York and the vicinity, with much of the action at “jazz-infused, martini-soaked parties,” in Mr. Mercurio’s words. A description that will, no doubt, apply to the “Glimpses” atmosphere itself

Próximas Exposiciones (Antonia Guzmán)

jueves, 24 de enero de 2008 09:36
Antonia Guzman Proximas Exhibiciones

jueves, 24 de enero de 2008 13:40
foto Antonia, domingo Enero 2008

Antonia Guzmán

Hola Augusto,

aqui te mando imagen para la gacetilla y va el texto:

Luego de exponer en Octubre 2007 en la Galeria Aritza de Bilbao, Antonia Guzman vuelve a indagar en las relaciones interpersonales con imagenes despojadas hasta la abstraccion constructivista, en dos nuevas exposiciones individuales en Estados Unidos. Desde el 2 de Febrero en Mountain Shadow Gallery de Tucson, Arizona y, desde el 15 del mismo mes en Naomi Silva Gallery de Atlanta.

gracias,
--
Antonia Guzman

Muchas gracias Antonia por mantenernos informados y por tu autorización para embellecer nuestra Newsletter con tus obras.

Antonia Guzmán
The Great Walker/ Gran Caminante
2007
22 x 90 inches
painting, acrylic on canvas
Antonia Guzmán
The Great Walker/ Gran Caminante
2007
22 x 90 inches
painting, acrylic on canvas

Antonia Guzmán
Viaje de Vuelta
22 x 90 inches
Antonia Guzmán
Viaje de Vuelta
22 x 90 inches

Défilé Basso & Brooke P-A-P, Printemps-été, 2008, Prêt-à-porter

BASSO & BROOKE P-A-P • PRINTEMPS-ÉTÉ 2008

BASSO & BROOKE P-A-P • PRINTEMPS-ÉTÉ 2008

madame.lefigaro.fr/mode/defile ... ooke/collection

Vintage Film Poster

From Russia With Love
1963, Eon/United Artists, British quad -- 30x40in. (76x105cm.), (A-)
Art by Eric Pulford and Renato Fratini
From Russia With Love
1963, Eon/United Artists, British quad -- 30x40in. (76x105cm.), (A-)
Art by Eric Pulford and Renato Fratini [fuente]
christies.com/LotFinder/lot_de ... bjectID=5013816

Price Realized
£3,750 ($7,721)
Estimate
£1,500 - £2,500 ($3,089 - $5,148)
Sale Information
Sale 5236
Vintage Film Posters
20 November 2007
London, South Kensington

Links:

From Russia with Love (1963): imdb.com/title/tt0057076
Terence Young (1915-1994), Director: imdb.com/name/nm0950109
Ian Fleming (1908-1964), Novel: imdb.com/name/nm0950109
Johanna Harwood, Adaptation : imdb.com/name/nm0367820
Richard Maibaum (1909-1991), Screenplay: imdb.com/name/nm0537363
Sean Connery (1930), James Bond: imdb.com/name/nm0000125
Daniela Bianchi (1942), Tatiana Romanova: imdb.com/name/nm0000938
Pedro Armendáriz (1912-1963), Ali-Kerim-Bey: imdb.com/name/nm0000784

El Logotipo de Hoy

Punta Cana, República Dominicana [Foto AHAL]
Punta Cana, República Dominicana Foto AHAL

Coplita

Ya te he dicho que te quiero
así, mi prenda, te he'i querer,
una sola vida tengo
que por ti la he'i perder.

Fuente:
Jorge M. Furt
Cancionero Popular Rioplatense: Lírica Gauchesca Tomo II
Alicante : Biblioteca Virtual Miguel de Cervantes, 2003
Edición digital basada en la de Buenos Aires, Imprenta y Casa Editora "Coni", 1925.
cervantesvirtual.com/servlet/S ... 91/p0000006.htm
[1940 (Catamarca).]

Imágenes de Salida

National Gallery of Art, 4th and Constitution Avenue NW, Washington, D.C.

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
French, 1864 - 1901
Hussars, 1878
oil on canvas, 21.5 x 27 cm (8 7/16 x 10 5/8 in.)
mount: 27 x 32.5 cm (10 5/8 x 12 13/16 in.)
Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mellon
1994.59.14
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
French, 1864 - 1901
Hussars, 1878
oil on canvas, 21.5 x 27 cm (8 7/16 x 10 5/8 in.)
mount: 27 x 32.5 cm (10 5/8 x 12 13/16 in.)
Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mellon
1994.59.14 [fuente]
nga.gov/fcgi-bin/tinfo_f?object=89687

Arte al Dia Internacional, 14 de Junio de 2007 Newsletter semanal artealdia.com
EL SITIO RECOMENDADO antoniaguzman.com.ar/index.htm

Antonia Guzmán
SOMOS DOS
Acrílico sobre tela
100 X 80 cm
Nov 2004
Antonia Guzmán
SOMOS DOS
Acrílico sobre tela
100 X 80 cm
Nov 2004 [fuente]
antoniaguzman.com.ar/serie4_06.htm

Links:
mountainshadowgallery.net/cont ... /view/28/46/1/1
naomisilvagallery.com/Antonia_ ... uzman/index.htm

Christie's Modern Prints, 22 Nov 2007, London, South Kensington

Joan Miro (1893-1983)

A collection of 3 exhibition posters comprising Presentation of three books on Miró in Japan (P. 40), hors texte; Sala Gaspar-Galeria Metras-Belarte Exhibition, 1964 (P. 19); and Joan Miro exhibition, Sala Gaspar, Galeria Metras and Belarte, Barcelona 1964, lithographs in colours, on wove papers
(Posters)S. 1000 x 700 mm. (and smaller) (3)
Joan Miro (1893-1983)

A collection of 3 exhibition posters comprising Presentation of three books on Miró in Japan (P. 40), hors texte; Sala Gaspar-Galeria Metras-Belarte Exhibition, 1964 (P. 19); and Joan Miro exhibition, Sala Gaspar, Galeria Metras and Belarte, Barcelona 1964, lithographs in colours, on wove papers
(Posters)S. 1000 x 700 mm. (and smaller) (3) [fuente]
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Price Realized
£63 ($129)
Estimate
£400 - £600 ($826 - $1,239)
Sale Information
Sale 5245
Modern Prints
22 November 2007
London, South Kensington

Link Fundación Joan Miró: bcn.fjmiro.cat

Arte al Dia Internacional, 15 de Noviembre de 2007 Newsletter semanal artealdia.com
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Pablo Di Masso
EL ESCRIBIDOR
2006
110 x 130 cm
Pablo Di Masso
EL ESCRIBIDOR
2006
110 x 130 cm
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THE NEW YORK SUN, 10 JANUARY 2008

[DAVID FINDLAY JR. FINE ART]
IN THE ABSTRACT Born in 1930, Robert Natkin is considered to be one of a pioneering group of abstract painters who flourished in Chicago during the 1950s and ’60s. In recent years, he has increasingly focused on painting portraits. Still, he has not abandoned entirely his signature abstract works, which feature oblong shapes painted with soft lines. A selection that reflects both genres is currently on view. Highlights from the eponymous exhibit include “Isadora” (2006), above. Through Saturday, January 26, Monday–Saturday, 10 a.m.–5:30 p.m., David Findlay Jr. Fine Art, 41 E. 57th St. at Madison Avenue, 212-486-7660, free
DAVID FINDLAY JR. FINE ART
IN THE ABSTRACT Born in 1930, Robert Natkin is considered to be one of a pioneering group of abstract painters who flourished in Chicago during the 1950s and ’60s. In recent years, he has increasingly focused on painting portraits. Still, he has not abandoned entirely his signature abstract works, which feature oblong shapes painted with soft lines. A selection that reflects both genres is currently on view. Highlights from the eponymous exhibit include “Isadora” (2006), above. Through Saturday, January 26, Monday–Saturday, 10 a.m.–5:30 p.m., David Findlay Jr. Fine Art, 41 E. 57th St. at Madison Avenue, 212-486-7660, free [fuente]

THE NEW YORK SUN, 14 JANUARY 2008

[SOTHEBY’S LONDON]
FLOWER POWER Alexej Von Jawlensky’s ‘Schokko’ (c. 1910), a detail of which is above, and other works in the upcoming Sotheby’s London sale of Impressionist and Modern art are on view until January 16.
SOTHEBY’S LONDON
FLOWER POWER Alexej Von Jawlensky’s ‘Schokko’ (c. 1910), a detail of which is above, and other works in the upcoming Sotheby’s London sale of Impressionist and Modern art are on view until January 16. [fuente]

THE NEW YORK SUN, 17 JANUARY 2008

[ELIZABETH HARRIS]
Carolanna Parlato, ‘Small Fracture’ (2007).
Parlato until February 2 (529 W. 20th St., between Tenth and Eleventh avenues, 212-463-9666).
ELIZABETH HARRIS
Carolanna Parlato, ‘Small Fracture’ (2007).
Parlato until February 2 (529 W. 20th St., between Tenth and Eleventh avenues, 212-463-9666). [fuente]

THE NEW YORK SUN, 28 JANUARY 2008

[SUNDAY L.E.S.]
NOT QUITE A REFLECTION Richard Tinkler’s first solo show in New York, “Drawings and Paintings,” is on view at Sunday L.E.S., and features works that he created using an intuitive rule system of his own design. Every stroke Mr. Tinkler makes is followed by an opposing stroke, creating an apparently symmetrical piece of art that does not in fact follow the science of symmetry. Selections from the exhibit include “II42D” (2006), above. Through Sunday, March 15, Wednesday–Saturday, noon–6 p.m., Sunday, 1–6 p.m., Sunday L.E.S., 237 Eldridge St., between Houston and Stanton streets, 212-253-0700, free.
SUNDAY L.E.S.
NOT QUITE A REFLECTION Richard Tinkler’s first solo show in New York, “Drawings and Paintings,” is on view at Sunday L.E.S., and features works that he created using an intuitive rule system of his own design. Every stroke Mr. Tinkler makes is followed by an opposing stroke, creating an apparently symmetrical piece of art that does not in fact follow the science of symmetry. Selections from the exhibit include “II42D” (2006), above. Through Sunday, March 15, Wednesday–Saturday, noon–6 p.m., Sunday, 1–6 p.m., Sunday L.E.S., 237 Eldridge St., between Houston and Stanton streets, 212-253-0700, free. [fuente]

LOS ANGELES TIMES, 28 JANUARY 2008

[Clive Brunskill
Getty Images]
January 26, 2008
Sharapova wins Australian Open
Maria Sharapova follows through on a backhand shot against Ana Ivanovic during the women's final Saturday at the Australian Open.
Clive Brunskill
Getty Images

January 26, 2008
Sharapova wins Australian Open
Maria Sharapova follows through on a backhand shot against Ana Ivanovic during the women's final Saturday at the Australian Open. [fuente]
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