sábado, 3 de octubre de 2015

Recolección / Compilation (XIX)

Charles Ray
(Chicago, Illinois, Estados Unidos / IL, USA, 1953-)
en / at Los Angeles, California, Estados Unidos / USA

"Chico con rana / Boy with Frog", acero pintado / painted steel, 244 x 75 x 105 cm., 2009.
Punta della Dogana, Venecia, Italia / Venice, Italy
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Roeselien Raimond
(Holanda / Netherlands)

"Primera nevada del zorro / Fox First Snow"
Un joven zorro rojo (Vulpes Vulpes) que experimenta la primera nevada de su vida, y obviamente está intrigado /
Young Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes) that experiences the first snow in her life and is obviously intrigued by it
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Ana Enshina
(Londres, Inglaterra, Reino Unido / London, England, UK)

"Medusa / Jellyfish", acuarela sobre papel / watercolor on paper, 29,7 x 42,0 cm.
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Aki Inomata 
(Tokyo, Japón / Japan, 1983-)

"Por qué no dar un "refugio" a los cangrejos ermitaños / Why Not Hand Over a “Shelter” to Hermit Crabs?"
Impresión 3D / 3D print, 2010-2013
Le doy a los cangrejos conchas que he hecho para ellos, y si les gustan, se trasladan a mis "refugios". Los refugios que hago representan ciudades de todo el mundo /
I gave hermit crabs shells that I had made for them, and if they liked them, they moved into my “shelters”. The shelters that I made for them represented cities from around the world.
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Solomon Joseph Solomon
(Londres, Inglaterra / London, England, 1860-1927)

"Ayax y Casandra / Ajax and Cassandra", óleo sobre lienzo / oil on canvas, 1886.
Ballarat Fine Art Gallery (Ballarat, Victoria, Australia)
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Oscar Florianus Bluemner
(Hannover, Alemania / Germany, 1867-1938)

"Calle en el Bronx / Street in the Bronx", crayon, 12,1 x 19,2 cm., 1913.
National Gallery of Art (Washington, Estados Unidos / USA)
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Vanessa Bell
(Vanessa Stephen Jackson)
(Londres, Inglaterra / London, England, 1879-1961)

"Desnudo / Nude", óleo sobre lienzo / oil on canvas, 81,3 x 65,4 cm., c.1922-3.
Tate Gallery (Londres, Inglaterra / London, England)

Vanessa Bell en "El Hurgador" / in this blog[Aniversarios (CXXV)]
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Hans Andersen Brendekilde
(Brændekilde, Funen, Dinamarca / Denmark, 1857-1942)

"Un sendero del bosque en otoño / A Wooded Path in Autumn"
Óleo sobre lienzo / oil on canvas, 69,8 × 91,4 cm., 1902. Colección privada / Private Collection

Hans Brendekilde en "El Hurgador" / in this blog: [Aniversarios (CLXXI)], [Asonancias (X)]
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STALLMAN
(Jason Hallman,  Stephen Stum)
(Estados Unidos / USA) en Noroeste del Pacífico / at Pacific Northwest

"Plexo solar / Solar Plexus", lienzo esculpido y acrílico / sculpted canvas and acrylic, 37″ × 60″
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Andrea Minini
(Milán, Italia / Milano, Italy)

"Ardillas / Squirrels"
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Koos Breukel
(Holanda / Netherlands)

"Estudiante / Student", Ámsterdam, 1995
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Kishangarh, Rajasthan, India

"Pichvai para el / for Sharad Purnima", fines del s.XIX / late 19th century. Foto / Photo TAPI Collection
El pichvai (literalmente "algo para detrás") es un colgante de tela (pintado en algodón), con escenas de la vida de la deidad hindú Krishna (siempre azul), y se utiliza como fondo para su ídolo.
El Sharad Purnima (o Kojaagari Purnima o Kumar Purnima) es un festival de las cosechas celebrado el día de la luna llena en el mes lunar hindú de Ashvin (Septiembre-Octubre). Que marca el fin del monzón. /
The pichvai (literally, ‘something at the back’) is an Indian temple hanging (paint on cotton cloth) with scenes from the life of the Hindu deity Lord Krishna (always blue) and is used as a backdrop for his idol.
The Sharad Purnima or Kojaagari Purnima or Kumar Purnima is a harvest festival celebrated on the full moon day of the Hindu lunar month of Ashvin (September–October). It marks the end of monsoon.
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Candida Höfer
(Eberswalde, Brandenburg, Alemania / Germany, 1944-)

"Teatro Scientifico Bibiena Mantova I" (Mantua, Italia / Italy), 2010
© Candida Höfer / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2014

Candida Höfer en "El Hurgador" / in this blog[Aniversarios Fotografía (CIX)]
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Mayumi Hosokura
(Kyoto, Japón / Japan, 1979-)

Serie Kazan
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Matt Buckley
(Reino Unido / UK)

"Tigre / Tiger", arcilla / clay

Matt Buckley en "El Hurgador" / in this blog[Rinocerontes (LXXIII)]
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Helen Beatrix Potter
(Kensington, Londres, Reino Unido / Kensington, London, UK, 1866-1943)

"Ochavo / Boar Fish (Capros Aper)", acuarela / watercolor, 1895
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Lorenzo Quinn
(Roma, Italia / Rome, Italy, 1966-)

"La fuerza de la naturaleza / Force of Nature"
Aluminio y acero inoxidable / aluminium and stainless steel, 183 x 109 x 40 cm., instalación, octubre, 2008 / 
installation, october, 2008. Marina Barrage (Singapur / Singapore)
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Bridget Bate Tichenor
(nacida / born Bridget Pamela Arkwright Bate)
(París, Francia / France, 1917-1990)

"Sin título / Untitled", óleo sobre tela / oil on canvas, 50 x 50 cm. Colección particular / Private Collection
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Jean-Louis André Théodore Géricault
(Rouen, Francia / France, 1791-1824)

"Cabeza de león / Head of a Lion", 55 x 65 cm.

Théodore Géricault en "El Hurgador" / in this blog: [Aniversarios (XXXV)], [Recolección (VIII)], [Recolección (LVIII)]
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Giuseppe Cades
(Roma, Italia / Rome, Italy, 1750-99)

"Orfeo encantando a los animales / Orpheus Charming the Animals"
Pluma y tinta marrón; aguada en ocre, marrón, rosa y gris /
pen and brown ink; ochre, brown, rose and grey gouache, 14,5 x 38 cm., 1780.
Museo del Louvre (París, Francia / France)
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Artista desconocido / Unknown Artist
(Senegal)

"Retrato de una mujer / Portrait of a Woman"
Impresión a la gelatina de plata / gelatin silver print from glass negative (1975), ca. 1910.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art (MET) (Nueva York, EE.UU./ NY, USA)

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