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[Foto Revista CARAS] SOBRE EL ESCENARIO DE SEÑOR TANGO: Valeria Lynch, Soledad Soler, Héctor Maugeri, Liza Minnelli, Sandra Guida, Fernando Soler y el transformista Frankie Kein
[Foto Revista CARAS] SOBRE EL ESCENARIO DE SEÑOR TANGO: Valeria Lynch, Soledad Soler, Héctor Maugeri, Liza Minnelli, Sandra Guida, Fernando Soler y el transformista Frankie Kein

Fue una Noche Llena de Emociones (Alberto Agüero)

jueves, 24 de abril de 2008 11:18
"Fue una Noche Llena de Emociones"

Alberto Agüero

Fue una noche soñada. Una noche mágica. Haber sido invitado por la Revista Caras al Tributo Liza Minnelli fue emocionante. Por varios motivos: el primero, por haber compartido una gala con una de las mujeres más importantes del espectáculo mundial. Su fragilidad y su enorme energía escénica fue conmovedora. Es una mujer de una enorme sensibilidad, agradecida y supo disfrutar del tributo que le realizo la revista Caras en la Argentina con mucha emoción. Viví una noche singular. Me reencontré con muchas figuras que estuvieron especialmente invitadas en Señor Tango. La ambientación y el menú estuvieron llenos de detalles. Y el show de tango, con Fernando Soler a la cabeza, fue aplaudido por Liza de pie. También cantaron Valeria Lynch y Sandra Guida, temas dedicados especialmente a la Minnelli de su repertorio. La sorpresa, Frankie Kein, el transformista que logró una performance impecable. Al finalizar la velada, Liza subió al escenario y fue recibida por Héctor Maugeri, uno de los directivos de la revista, quien le obsequió una rosa de plata realizada por el orfebre mundialmente reconocido, Pallarold. En cada una de estas fotos que he seleccionado especialmente para la Newsletter, hay un momento de aplauso y emoción.

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Lugar Regio, Violinista Bombón, Guitarrista un Artista y Yo Hago lo que Puedo (María Alicia "la Negra" Brunero)

lunes, 28 de abril de 2008 20:28
negrabrunero

María Alicia, la Negra Brunero

Querido Augusto:
Cómo va la vida?
Yo estoy muy contenta con el espectáculo actual. Te pido, si te es posible, que les recuerdes a los amigos de la Newsletter que sigo con todo éxito, al menos, mayo. Que la cena y el lugar son regios, que el violinista, un bombón, que el guitarrista, un artista y que yo hago lo que puedo.
Se lo pasa bien y no es caro para la suma de servicios que se ofrecen. Más datos en: negrabrunero.com.ar

Gracias por reenviar y mis recuerdos a todos los compañeros.
Besos

Bieeen ! Retribuimos querida Negra ! Tu espectáculo es un regalo, y, siempre salimos con la sonrisa puesta !

Fuerza Bruta at the Daryl Roth Theatre

viernes, 25 de abril de 2008 08:58
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Fuerzabruta (from creators of De La Guarda)
Fuerzabruta (from creators of De La Guarda) [fuente]

Festival de Jazz en Mar del Plata Abril 2008 (Enrique Varela)

Enrique Varela
Algo del festival.-Jazz en Abril

Enrique Varela

HOLA AUG.ALGO DEL FESTIVAL, ABRAZO Enrique

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Muchas gracias Enrique y felicitaciones por el Homenaje !

"Cry-Baby" at the Marquis Theater

The New York Times, April 25, 2008
THEATER REVIEW | 'CRY-BABY'

Swivel-Hipped Rebel and Restless Virgin Meet Cute

By BEN BRANTLEY

Brace yourself for a shock, gentle theatergoer. There’s no delicate way of putting this. “Cry-Baby,” the latest Broadway musical based on a John Waters movie, is ... tasteless.

...

nytimes.com/2008/04/25/theater ... ews/25cryb.html

Link The New York Sun, 25April2008: daily.nysun.com/Daily/Skins/NY ... n/navigator.asp Page 18

[Sara Krulwich/The New York Times]
From left, Alli Mauzey, James Snyder, Elizabeth Stanley and Christopher J. Hanke in “Cry-Baby: The Musical.”
Sara Krulwich/The New York Times
From left, Alli Mauzey, James Snyder, Elizabeth Stanley and Christopher J. Hanke in “Cry-Baby: The Musical.” [fuente]
nytimes.com/2008/04/25/theater ... ews/25cryb.html

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Muchas Gracias y Las Fotos Excelentes !!! (Gloria Jaacks)

jueves, 24 de abril de 2008 08:09
Newsletter Aerolatino-Geba exclusiva para suscriptores, mié 23 abril 2008

Gloria Jaacks

Augusto muchas gracias por tu amabilidad al mandarme el Newsletter de Geba.
Está muy bueno, las fotos excelentes!!!
Interesante la fiesta de diciembre, ojalá se repita.
Un beso
Gloria.

Bienvenida al Grupo de Aerolatino Gloria !

Sol Ritmo y Fotos
Clase de Aerolatino con el Profesor Carlos (Charly) Calatrava el domingo 6 de abril 2008
[Foto Cristina Rivera]
Sol Ritmo y Fotos
Clase de Aerolatino con el Profesor Carlos (Charly) Calatrava el domingo 6 de abril 2008
Foto Cristina Rivera

Cena y Baile viernes 28diciembre2007, en Geba San Martín [Foto Cristina Rivera]
Cena y Baile viernes 28diciembre2007, en Geba San Martín Foto Cristina Rivera

Monty Python's Spamalot at the Shubert Theatre

miércoles, 23 de abril de 2008 11:13
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Monty Python's Spamalot at the Shubert Theatre
Monty Python's Spamalot at the Shubert Theatre [fuente]
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Gone With The Wind, The Musical, at the New London Theatre

Theatre

Gone With The Wind

** New London Theatre, London

Michael Billington
Wednesday April 23, 2008
The Guardian

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[Photograph: Tristram Kenton]
Virile and wilful ... Darius Danesh (Rhett Butler) and Jill Paice (Scarlett O'Hara).
Photograph: Tristram Kenton
Virile and wilful ... Darius Danesh (Rhett Butler) and Jill Paice (Scarlett O'Hara). [fuente]
arts.guardian.co.uk/theatre/dr ... 2275487,00.html

GONE with the WIND
Opens April 2008
NEW LONDON THEATRE
GONE with the WIND
Opens April 2008
NEW LONDON THEATRE
gwtwthemusical.com

Does no one ever learn from the past? An earlier musical of Margaret Mitchell's mammoth novel, having been seen in Tokyo and London, eventually burned out in Atlanta. Undeterred, theatrical tyro Margaret Martin has written book, music and lyrics for this new version which Trevor Nunn directs; and the result feels like a hectic, strip-cartoon account of a dated pop classic.

The problem is structural: how do you cram a 1,000-page novel into three-and-a-half hours of stage time? The answer is "with great difficulty".

Starting in 1861, the show bustles through 12 years of Scarlett O'Hara's life and American civil war history with such speed that nothing much registers. At one point, in order to spite her adored Ashley Wilkes, Scarlett marries, is widowed and gives birth to her first child in the space of 40 seconds.

The other key problem is political. Commendably the show seeks to avoid turning into a nostalgic paean, as the Selznick movie does, to old southern values. Far and away the best moment comes when Mammy, Prissy and all the black slaves who have kept plantation life going join forces to sing "all men fight for freedom from the moment of their birth".

This, you realise, is where the real drama lies. Confronted by a movement of history, the story of the wilful Scarlett, of her eventual marriage to the profiteering Rhett Butler and of her long-burning flame for the dithering Ashley seems small beer. Deep down, I suspect, the show's creator knows this. But she is shackled by the dead conventions of a novel which deploys history as a colourful backdrop to private emotion. What I crave is less a repeat of Gone With The Wind than a complete reversal of it: one that tells the whole story from the slaves' viewpoint and stresses the fact that large numbers ran away to join the Union armies.

Nunn's production makes tentative steps in this direction by, as in Nicholas Nickleby, splitting the narrative amongst various voices, including the black characters. But, like Martin, he is tethered to his source and forced to follow the tedious ups and downs of the privileged white southerners. To those who see Scarlett as a feminist role model, I can only say that heartless opportunism and emotional blindness don't strike me as the most attractive qualities; but Jill Paice does an excellent job of reconciling us to one of literature's least beguiling protagonists.

Darius Danesh also endows the morally dubious Rhett Butler with a graceful virility and residual guilt. But the most engaging performances come from Natasha Yvette Williams as the stoically enduring Mammy and from Jina Burrows as the flighty Prissy, both obliged to serve the self-regarding Scarlett.

The rest of the vast cast spend much of the evening hurtling round the balconies of John Napier's circumambient, Nickleby-style set, substituting energy for detailed exploration of character.

But there is something extravagantly pointless about the whole enterprise. Why revive a novel that, for all the liberal exertions of Martin and Nunn, obstinately views history through the wrong end of a telescope?

Box office: 0844 412 4654

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Renée Fleming as Thaïs
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Vintage Film Poster

The Big Sleep Le Grand Sommeil
1946, Warner Bros., French -- 63x47in. (160x120cm.), linen-backed, (A-)
Art by Roger Vacher
The Big Sleep Le Grand Sommeil
1946, Warner Bros., French -- 63x47in. (160x120cm.), linen-backed, (A-)
Art by Roger Vacher [fuente]
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Liza with a 'Z' - Concert for Television (Collector's Edition) (1972)
Liza with a 'Z' - Concert for Television (Collector's Edition) (1972) [fuente]
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Coplita

Al pasar por tu casa
no pude oírte,
que en la barranca te espero
quería decirte.

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.
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[1969 (Catamarca)]

Imágenes de Salida

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

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
French, 1864 - 1901
American Singer (Chanteur américain), 1893
Rosenwald Collection 1947.7.162
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
French, 1864 - 1901
American Singer (Chanteur américain), 1893
Rosenwald Collection 1947.7.162 [fuente]
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Arte al Dia Internacional, 14 de Junio de 2007 Newsletter semanal artealdia.com
EL SITIO RECOMENDADO antoniaguzman.com.ar/index.htm

Antonia Guzmán
The Election/ La Eleccion
2008
16 x 55 inches
painting, acrylic on canvas
Antonia Guzmán
The Election/ La Eleccion
2008
16 x 55 inches
painting, acrylic on canvas

Arte al Dia Internacional, 15 de Noviembre de 2007 Newsletter semanal artealdia.com
EL SITIO RECOMENDADO pablodimasso.com.ar

Pablo Di Masso
TANGUEANDO
2008
21 x 29.7 cm
Pablo Di Masso
TANGUEANDO
2008
21 x 29.7 cm
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THE NEW YORK TIMES, 14 FEBRUARY 2008
Poussin and Nature: Arcadian Visions

[Photo: Musée du Louvre]
Nicolas Poussin (1594-1665): The Nurture of Bacchus"
Photo: Musée du Louvre
Nicolas Poussin (1594-1665): The Nurture of Bacchus" [fuente]
nytimes.com/slideshow/2008/02/ ... 15-POUS_11.html

THE NEW YORK TIMES, 27 MARCH 2008
Heinrich Zille (1858-1929)

[Photo: Images provided by Academy of Arts Berlin]
"Two Street Girls," an etching by Heinrich Zille
Photo: Images provided by Academy of Arts Berlin
"Two Street Girls," an etching by Heinrich Zille [fuente]
nytimes.com/2008/03/27/arts/de ... gn/27zille.html

THE NEW YORK TIMES, 04 APRIL 2008
Murakami at the Brooklyn Museum

[Photo: Julien Jourdes for The New York Times]
Kiki (2000)
Mr. Murakami siphons motifs from Disney and Dalí, strategies from Pop Art, and sexual fantasies from Japan’s anime (animation) and manga (comics) subcultures. His cast of variously cute, erotic or grotesque creatures and intense decorative pilings-on range across paintings, sculptures, animations and wallpaper, building at times to a hallucinatory intensity that has more than a touch of darkness.
Photo: Julien Jourdes for The New York Times
Kiki (2000)
Mr. Murakami siphons motifs from Disney and Dalí, strategies from Pop Art, and sexual fantasies from Japan’s anime (animation) and manga (comics) subcultures. His cast of variously cute, erotic or grotesque creatures and intense decorative pilings-on range across paintings, sculptures, animations and wallpaper, building at times to a hallucinatory intensity that has more than a touch of darkness. [fuente]
nytimes.com/slideshow/2008/04/ ... 404-MURA_3.html

LOS ANGELES TIMES, 23 APRIL 2008

Night at the opera
Actress Eva Mendes attends a gala benefit for opening night at the Metropolitan Opera in New York on April 21.
Night at the opera
Actress Eva Mendes attends a gala benefit for opening night at the Metropolitan Opera in New York on April 21. [fuente]

THE NEW YORK SUN, 24 APRIL 2008
Spring Green

[LORI BOOKSTEIN FINE ART]
John Dubrow, ‘Central Park II’ (2007–08).
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John Dubrow, ‘Central Park II’ (2007–08). [fuente]

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THE NEW YORK SUN, 25 APRIL 2008
Nature, as Darwin saw Her

[KONRAD FIEDLER]
COLOR FIELDS The New York Botanical Garden’s new exhibit, ‘Darwin’s Garden: An Evolutionary Adventure,’ opens Friday and runs through June 15. The exhibit explores the scientist’s lifelong fascination with plants, starting from manuscripts that document his boyhood interest in botany to a replication of the garden at his home in Kent, England. For more information, visit www.nybg.org.
KONRAD FIEDLER
COLOR FIELDS The New York Botanical Garden’s new exhibit, ‘Darwin’s Garden: An Evolutionary Adventure,’ opens Friday and runs through June 15. The exhibit explores the scientist’s lifelong fascination with plants, starting from manuscripts that document his boyhood interest in botany to a replication of the garden at his home in Kent, England. For more information, visit www.nybg.org. [fuente]
nybg.org

The New York Times, April 27, 2008

[Toru Hanai/Reuters]
Madonna, packaged for her new dance-friendly album, “Hard Candy.”
Toru Hanai/Reuters
Madonna, packaged for her new dance-friendly album, “Hard Candy.” [fuente]
nytimes.com/2008/04/27/arts/music/27pare.html

THE NEW YORK SUN, 28 APRIL 2008

[MUSEUM OF MODERN ART]
MUSEUMS
COVER TO COVER In the 1960s and ’70s, gentlemen’s magazines such as Esquire and GQ frequently eschewed the Hollywood actors whom contemporary readers have come to expect as cover subjects, in favor of more provocative imagery. Few graphic designers pushed the envelope more than Esquire’s George Lois. Between 1962 and 1972, Mr. Lois created 92 covers that provoked debate about topics such as the Vietnam War and feminism, and changed the face of magazine design. The Museum of Modern Art has mounted an exhibit, “George Lois: The Esquire Covers.” Among the memorable wrappers is “The New American Woman: Through at 21” (February 1967), above right, accompanying an article about a Los Angeles female archetype hooked on pills and jaded about sex, and “Kennedy Without Tears” (June 1964), above left, which ran months after the president’s assassination. Through Tuesday, March 31, 2009, Monday, Wednesday–Thursday, Saturday–Sunday, 10:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m., Friday, 10:30 a.m.–8 p.m., MoMA, 11 W. 53rd St., between Fifth and Sixth avenues, 212-708-9400, $20 general, $16 seniors, $12 students, free for members and children under 16.
MUSEUM OF MODERN ART
MUSEUMS
COVER TO COVER In the 1960s and ’70s, gentlemen’s magazines such as Esquire and GQ frequently eschewed the Hollywood actors whom contemporary readers have come to expect as cover subjects, in favor of more provocative imagery. Few graphic designers pushed the envelope more than Esquire’s George Lois. Between 1962 and 1972, Mr. Lois created 92 covers that provoked debate about topics such as the Vietnam War and feminism, and changed the face of magazine design. The Museum of Modern Art has mounted an exhibit, “George Lois: The Esquire Covers.” Among the memorable wrappers is “The New American Woman: Through at 21” (February 1967), above right, accompanying an article about a Los Angeles female archetype hooked on pills and jaded about sex, and “Kennedy Without Tears” (June 1964), above left, which ran months after the president’s assassination. Through Tuesday, March 31, 2009, Monday, Wednesday–Thursday, Saturday–Sunday, 10:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m., Friday, 10:30 a.m.–8 p.m., MoMA, 11 W. 53rd St., between Fifth and Sixth avenues, 212-708-9400, $20 general, $16 seniors, $12 students, free for members and children under 16. [fuente]

THE NEW YORK SUN, 29 APRIL 2008

[SOTHEBY’S]
SPRING TIME The Sotheby’s sale of Impressionist and Modern art will include Matisse’s ‘Le Géranium’ (1910), a detail of which is above.
SOTHEBY’S
SPRING TIME The Sotheby’s sale of Impressionist and Modern art will include Matisse’s ‘Le Géranium’ (1910), a detail of which is above. [fuente]

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