April 1, 1920 - December 24, 1997
Born Badass Kool replete with cigarettes…
Carlos Cruz-Diez within a Chromosaturation displayed at the exhibition “Carlos Cruz Diez. The Embodied Experience of Color”. Miami Art Museum. (Chromosaturation 2010 to Date).
De lo Participativo a lo Interactivo, Fundación Corp Group Centro Cultural. (Chromosaturation 2000-2009: 2001).
La Couleur Seule, Musée d’Art Contemporain (Chromosaturation 1980-1989: 1988).
Venezuelan Pavilion at the XXXV Biennale di Venezia (Chromosaturation 1970-1979: 1970)
© Atelier Cruz-Diez Paris
Carlos Cruz Diez - Arte Cinético - Venezuela
Esfera de Caracas. Jesús Soto - Arte Cinético - Venezuela
Buenos Aires from the air | CABA | Argentina
Monte Saint-Victoire, Paul Cézanne, 1904.
Henri Matisse: Draped Nude (1936)
This is one of a series of four pictures, all the same size, painted in the spring of 1936. In the first the woman’s hands meet in the centre of the picture and the entire lower leg is depicted. This painting, the second in the series, shows Matisse concerned to relate the figure to the edges of the picture: her body fills the space, and the position of her arms, in particular, appears to emphasize the shape of the canvas. The floral patterning of the woman’s gown and the exotic plant behind her serve as quiet reminders of the theme of the harem girl, or odalisque, which was central to Matisse’s work.
Jeanne Hébuterne (6 April 1898 – 25 January 1920) was a French artist, best known as the muse and common-law wife of the artist Amedeo Modigliani.
On 24 January 1920 Amedeo Modigliani died. Jeanne Hébuterne’s family brought her to their home but Jeanne, totally distraught, threw herself out of the fifth-floor apartment window the day after Modigliani’s death, killing herself and her unborn child.
A. Modigliani, Nudo disteso