Tag Archives: Art

Music & Cinema

Listen to the music while reading –> click here music and cinema Yesterday, I went to the ”Cité de la musique” to visit an exhibition called ”Music and Cinema”, The Wedding of the Century”. Cinema was born in the 19th century … Continue reading

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”Le sauveur” in Paris (Dalí)

Salvador Dalí in Paris Turn on the music before reading: click on the words and pictures for further information!  If  you are in possession of the poster with the melting clocks, this exhibition certainly is made for you! Dalí turned … Continue reading

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Little Rose Riding Hood

Turn the music on before reading: HJ Lim-Rachmaninoff-Etude-little-red-riding-hood Last weekend I went to the playhouse, named the GRAND PARQUET, in Paris to see a play called “La faim du loup.” Everyone knows the story of Red Riding Hood –or rather, … Continue reading

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”The Master”, a masterpiece

Today I went to see The Master a movie made by the well-known director Paul Thomas Anderson (There will be blood) I’ve been busy the last few weeks but fortunately exams are over and I can sacrifice a little time for my … Continue reading

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RANKIN

On sunday, I went to the Rankin exhibition at the NRW-Forum Düsseldorf. I visited my brother who is studying in this beautiful city. The Rankin exhibit is a truly unique show. He is one of the worlds most famous fashion and … Continue reading

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Canaletto/Guardi

Antonio Canal, also known as Canaletto, is the leading promoter of the “veduta”, a style of panorama/ landscape art work that uses the urban context as a subject in itself. After school, I went immediately to the Jacquemart-André Museum, just next to the magnificenn t decorated (Christmas) Champs Elysée! As I arrived, I saw a bunch, like 200, Grandma’s and Grandpa’s … Continue reading

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