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December 23, 2011

The Colours Of The Vowels – after Arthur Rimbaud

 

¿Cataluña Independiente? – Sí o No

Joan Miró – Responding to his work – (with references to Modernism and Barcelona)

The making of Picasso’s Guernica 1937

Filed under: Recorded Lectures and Symposiums — Eva @ 1:11 pm

El “Guernica” de Picasso en castellano

Filed under: Recorded Lectures and Symposiums — Eva @ 1:07 pm

December 15, 2011

Homage to conductor Josep Pons

Filed under: Reflexions on work process — Eva @ 11:39 am

On the 14th of January 2011 Josep Pons (orchestra conductor) and Javier Perianes (pianist) had their debut  performance with the BBC Symphony Orchestra at the Barbican Centre.

Music by Ginastera Dances from Estancia

Piazzolla Aconcagua: Concerto for Bandoneon

De Falla Nights in the Gardens of Spain

De Falla The Three-Cornered Hat – Suite No 2

Josep Pons conductor.

Pablo Mainetti bandoneon.

Javier Perianes piano.

Pons’ performance inspired the painting shown in the video.

(The music in the background does not belong to this particular concert) the artist is Mexican  pianist  Silvia Navarrete playing Manuel de Falla).

 

Video removed by you-tube.

December 2, 2011

Series “Els Sots Feréstecs” (Dark Vales) (Raimon Casellas 1901)

Filed under: 8-London 2012 + — Eva @ 9:17 am

“Aleix the truffle man”, work in progress,

Mixed media on prepared paper

Detail

December 1, 2011

Göbekli Tepe, Turkey,

Filed under: Reflexions on work process — Tags: , — Eva @ 5:14 pm

Göbekli Tepe is an archaeological site atop a mountain ridge in the Southeastern Anatolia Region of modern-day Turkey, approximately 12 km (7 mi) northeast of the city of ?anl?urfa. The tell has a height of 15 m (49 ft) and is about 300 m (980 ft) in diameter.It is approximately 760 m (2,490 ft) above sea level.The tell includes two phases of ritual use dating back to the 10th–8th millennium BCE. During the first phase, pre-pottery Neolithic A (PPNA), circles of massive T-shaped stone pillars were erected, the world’s oldest known megaliths. More than 200 pillars in about 20 circles are currently known through geophysical surveys. Each pillar has a height of up to 6 m (20 ft) and a weight of up to 20 tons. They are fitted into sockets that were hewn out of the bedrock. In the second phase, Pre-Pottery Neolithic B (PPNB), the erected pillars are smaller and stood in rectangular rooms, also with floors of polished lime. The site was abandoned after the PPNB-period. Younger structures date to classical times.


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