I love those:
Donna Ricco Strapless Taffeta Bubble Dress $168.00
Chinese Laundry ‘Baldwin’ Sandal $68.95
This song cheers me up. Still wondering why.
“Duchamp, Man Ray, Picabia” @ MNAC
“This exhibition, organized by the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya in collaboration with the Tate Modern, London, is devoted to three key 20th-century artists: Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968), Man Ray (1890-1976) and Francis Picabia (1879-1953), three provocative figures who revolutionized the established artistic norms, marking a turning point in the world of art. Indeed, their mark can be seen in many of the creations of contemporary art.
The show brings together over 300 works: paintings, photographs, drawings, films and objects; worthy of note are Duchamp’s famous ready-mades, such as Fountain, a urinal placed on its back, a clear example of how they made the foundations of art quake by questioning the very concept of the work of art.”
… the exhibition is organized in 13 issues like “movement”, “machines”, “performance”, “erotism” and so on. The thing is to compare those three artists to each other and understand their artwork like a “bizarre love triangle”. Anyway, another let’s-adore-the-artists exhibition without enough history context to situate them in, or any space of dialogue between the public and the work. You go. You see. You leave. Anyway, it’s been a great opportunity to see the Duchamp fountain and some Man Ray pictures you cannot find in the web.
Date: 26th of Juny 2008 - 21st of September 2008
Price: 5,50 €
1. Marina de la Riva- Ta-Hi (Pra voce gostar de mim)
2. Vinicius de Moraes- Eu sei que vou te amar
3. Lee Hazlewood- My autumn’s done gone
4. Shirley Horn- And I love him
5. Jeff Alexander- Come wander with me
6. David Lynch- Ghost of love
7. Black Sabbath- Planet Caravan
8. Smokey & Miho- Ocean in your eyes
Hope you enjoy the mix. Next time I’m making an oldies one!
I totally love Wall·e
"It’s only after we’ve lost everything that we’re free to do anything"
via Lina Scheynius