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Saturday, 28 July 2018

The Salon Art + Design | Nov. 8-12 | Save the Date


 The Salon Art + Design, which presents historical, modern and contemporary furniture, groundbreaking design and late 19th through 21st century art, will present its seventh edition, November 8-12, 2018 at the iconic Park Avenue Armory in New York. The fair will showcase 56 galleries representing 11 countries, including 30 international galleries.



The 2018 edition of The Salon Art + Design will bring together a diverse and international group of art and design exhibitors showcasing exceptional global material for every taste. In addition to 26 U.S. exhibitors, this year will include a selection of European and international galleries hailing from Belgium (3), France (12), Germany (1), Italy (3), Monaco (1), the Netherlands (1), South Africa (1), Spain (1), Sweden (1) and the United Kingdom (6).


Visitors will find classic designs by international 20th century masters, as well as works by contemporary artists. Offerings range from classic and abstract antiquities to Art Nouveau, Deco, Mid Century Modern and the 1970�s, 80�s and 90�s culminating in the latest work of emerging masters.

The Salon Art + Design is proud to partner with returning sponsors Ruinart, Goyard and Phillips and welcomes first-time sponsors Lalique, Incollect, Charles Burnand, Karma Automotive, and Hennessy Paradis Imp�rial. Media sponsors include Architectural Digest, Financial Times How To Spend It, and Cultured. Charity partners include Dia Art Foundation and Planned Parenthood.




Friday, 20 July 2018

Resort 2019 No Pise La Grama

No Pise La Grama es una firma de moda venezolana que nacio� en el an~o 2008 bajo la direccio�n creativa de su fundadora, Daniela Panaro. Desde muy pequen~a sintio� una fuerte inclinacio�n por el disen~o, pasio�n que la llevo� a prepararse en simulta�neo como disen~adora de moda en el instituto Brivil de Caracas y como licenciada en Comunicacio�n Social de la Universidad Cato�lica Andre�s Bello . Asimismo, Daniela se ha enfocado en profundizar sus conocimientos en la industria de la moda y el disen~o, avanzando sus estudios en reconocidos institutos como el Fashion Institute of Technology en Nueva York. Gracias a esto, No Pise La Grama se ha convertido en una marca li�der en Venezuela y con gran proyeccio�n internacional.
De esta manera, ha logrado posicionarse ra�pidamente en el mercado venezolano, atrayendo la atencio�n de las conocedoras de la moda gracias a sus valores como la dedicacio�n, calidad e innovacio�n; caracteri�sticas que identifican a la marca a trave�s de sus piezas ricas en disen~o y creatividad cargadas de femineidad. A lo largo de su trayectoria ha logrado grandes alianzas entre las que destaca la colaboracio�n realizada con Coca-Cola Light, bebida que lanzo� un comercial para televisio�n inspirado en el recorrido de la marca, con la intencio�n de impulsar un mensaje de dedicacio�n y constancia. Luego de esto, la gaseosa volvio� a captar la atencio�n produciendo una presentacio�n especial en botellas y latas disen~adas por NPLG, empaques que se convirtieron en ejemplares de coleccio�n.
Pro�ximos a celebrar su de�cimo aniversario, Daniela y su equipo nos presentan la nueva coleccio�n de la firma, Resort 2019, inspirada en el arte de la ilustracio�n bota�nica. La naturaleza es parte esencial del ADN de esta coleccio�n, que adema�s esta� influenciada por la infancia de Daniela en Caracas, con colores representativos del tro�pico y estampados simbo�licos del paisaje venezolano. La coleccio�n mantiene elementos cla�sicos y caracteri�sticos de No Pise La Grama como los flecos e incluye materiales como algodones, crepes de sedas, denim, y un guin~o al caqui.
�En esta nueva temporada me inspire� en el arte de la ilustracio�n bota�nica, te�cnica a trave�s de la cual destacamos a cuatro protagonistas en nuestros prints; El Picaflor o Colibri�, el Camaleo�n, la Orqui�dea Venezolana y la flor de la parchita o passion fruit que con su color amarillo rompe con todo esquema croma�tico�. Resort 2019, primera coleccio�n de este tipo en ser lanzada por la marca, sera� presentada este Mie�rcoles 18 de julio en un evento i�ntimo y exclusivo en Caracas donde se contara� con la presencia del mobiliario del escultor y dibujante neerlande�s, Cornelis Zitman, obra que tambie�n se encuentra presente en el lookbook de la coleccio�n, aportando el modernismo venezolano.










































Las colecciones de No Pise La Grama pueden encontrarse en su Flagship Store en el Piso 5 del C.C. Tolo�n en Caracas, en tiendas multimarcas ubicadas en Venezuela y a nivel internacional, asi� como a trave�s del portal web de la firma, www.nopiselagrama.com

Wednesday, 18 July 2018

Exhibition at The Met to Examine the Purpose and Power of Jewelry


Exhibition Dates: November 12, 2018�February 24, 2019
Exhibition Location:The Met Fifth Avenue, Floor 2, Gallery 999,
                             Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Exhibition Hall
Press Preview: Monday, November 5, 10 am�noon

What is jewelry? Why do we wear it? What meanings does it convey? Opening November 12 at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the exhibition Jewelry: The Body Transformed will traverse time and space to explore how jewelry acts upon and activates the body it adorns. This global conversation about one of the most personal and universal of art forms brings together some 230 objects drawn almost exclusively from The Met collection. A dazzling array of headdresses and ear ornaments, brooches and belts, necklaces and rings created between 2600 B.C.E. and the present day will be shown along with sculptures, paintings, prints, and photographs that will enrich and amplify the many stories of transformation that jewelry tells.
The exhibition is made possible by Albion Art Co., Ltd.
Additional support is provided by Alice Cary Brown and W.L. Lyons Brown, the Diane W. and James E. Burke Fund, Diane Carol Brandt, the Druckenmiller Foundation, and Galerie Magazine.
If the body is a stage, jewelry is one of its most dazzling performers.  Throughout history and across cultures, jewelry has served as an extension and amplification of the body, accentuating it, enhancing it, distorting it, and ultimately transforming it. Jewelry is an essential feature in the acts that make us human, be they rituals of marriage or death, celebrations or battles. At every turn, it expresses some of our highest aspirations.
Exhibition Overview

The exhibition will open with a dramatic installation that emphasizes the universality of jewelry�precious objects made for the body, a singular and glorious setting for the display of art. Great jewelry from around the world will be presented in a radiant display that groups these ornaments according to the part of the body they adorn: head and hair; nose, lips, and ears; neck and chest; arms and hands; and waist, ankles, and feet.  

The remaining galleries will be organized thematically in order to encourage visitors to make cross-cultural comparisons. The Divine Body will examine one of the earliest conceptions of jewelry�its link to immortality. Featured here will be a rare head-to-toe ensemble from ancient Egypt that accompanied the elite into the afterlife, as well as items from the Royal Cemetery of Ur, implicated in one of the most mysterious rituals of ancient Mesopotamia (present-day Iraq). Also highlighted will be the regalia of the rulers of Calima (present-day Colombia), who were lavishly covered in sheets of gold.

The Regal Body will examine the use of jewelry throughout history to assert rank and status. Among the examples on display will be sapphires and pearls from Byzantium, finely wrought gold from the elites of Hellenistic Greece, and ivory and bronze from the Royal Courts of Benin.  

The Transcendent Body will focus on how jewelry is used to traverse the temporal and spiritual realms. This section will celebrate jewelry's power to conjure spirits, appease gods, and evoke ancestors.  Sculpted images and exquisite jewelry from India will underscore the active role of gold ornaments in Hindu worship. Adornments from Coastal New Guinea, splendidly fashioned from shell and feathers, will speak to jewelry's capacity to channel the spiritual well-being of the wearer.  

The Alluring Body will explore how jewelry engenders desire. Woodblock prints and period ornaments will convey the ways in which hair dressing indicated a courtesan's availability in Edo Japan. Photographs and spectacular jewels will highlight the eroticism of pearls in the Victorian era and beyond. Jewelry designed by Elsa Schiaparelli, Art Smith, Elsa Peretti, and Shaun Leane will document how contemporary artists push the limits of glamour, courting danger and even pain.   

The Resplendent Body will call out the marriage of material and technique for the purpose of ostentation. Examples will include the opulent adornment of the Mughals; the aesthetic of accumulation in the gold and silver jewelry of the Akan and Fon peoples of West Africa; and the elegant designs of such legendary jewelry houses as Tiffany, Castellani, and Lalique. Contemporary jewelry makers�including Peter Chang, Joyce J. Scott, and Daniel Brush�who question and re-imagine notions of luxury and adornment will also be celebrated.

Replete with new acquisitions and recent discoveries from the collection of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Jewelry: The Body Transformed will test assumptions about what jewelry is and has been. It will also confirm that these precious objects are among the most potent vehicles of cultural memory.
Credits
The exhibition represents a dynamic, collaborative partnership of six curators�lead curator Melanie Holcomb, Curator, Department of Medieval Art and The Cloisters, consulting curator Beth Carver Wees, the Ruth Bigelow Wriston Curator of American Decorative Arts, The American Wing; Kim Benzel, Curator in Charge, Department of Ancient Near Eastern Art; Diana Craig Patch, the Lila Acheson Wallace Curator in Charge, Department of Egyptian Art; Soyoung Lee, Curator, Department of Asian Art; and Joanne Pillsbury, the Andrall E. Pearson Curator, Department of the Arts of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas�assisted by Hannah Korn, Collections Management Coordinator, Medieval Art and The Cloisters, with Moira Gallagher, Research Assistant, The American Wing.
A series of education programs will be organized to complement the exhibition.
The exhibition will be accompanied by a lavishly illustrated catalogue featuring essays by Met curators from across the Museum. Published by The Metropolitan Museum of Art and distributed by Yale University Press, the book will be available for purchase at The Met Store (hardcover, $50).

Met curators, conservators, and outside experts will contribute to a series of regular blog posts on the techniques and materials of the jewelry on display. The exhibition will be featured on the Museum's website, as well as on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

SOTO Editorial Odalys



En el marco de la exposici�n llevada a cabo por la Galer�a Odalys en su sede madrile�a, Editorial Odalys presenta el libro SOTO, que cuenta con una investigaci�n in�dita sobre la presencia del artista Jes�s Soto en Espa�a, a cargo del te�rico y cr�tico de arte, especialista en arte espa�ol contempor�neo, Alfonso de la Torre.




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 VISITA LA EXPOSICI�N  

Exposici�n: 2 de junio al 22 de septiembre de 2018  
Lugar: Galer�a Odalys. Orfila 5, 28010, Madrid, Espa�a  
Horario de exposici�n: Martes a s�bado
de 11:00 a 14:00 / 15:00 a 20:00

BAUTIZO DEL LIBRO
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En el mes de septiembre de este a�o se realizar� el bautizo del libro SOTO. Muy pronto daremos a conocer la fecha del evento. �Esperamos contar con tu presencia!