Se seleccionaran todas las obras recibidas salvo las que no guarden el criterio de la temática propuesta.
La participación en esta convocatoria es libre e implica el conocimiento y plena aceptación de las bases de la misma.
Las Postales deberán ser enviadas en sobre cerrado junto con datos personales a esta dirección antes del 10 de septiembre de 2012
Olga Corrales Dirección:Libertad nº3756-Ing White Bahia Blanca-Pcia de Bs As-Argentina C.P. 8000
IMPORTANTE: También enviar las imágenes en formato JPG (preferiblemente no muy pesadas) a las siguientes direcciones mail: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Serán subidas al blog http://miradasypostales.blogspot.com.ar/
Convocatório de Arte postal Projeto Mago – Mage Project
Convidamos voces para participarem do nosso Projeto de Arte Postal Mago ou Magi, plural da palavra Persa antiga magus, significando tanto imagem quanto "um homem sábio", que vêm do verbo cuja raiz é "meh", significando grande, e em sânscrito, “maha". Mago usualmente denota aquele que pratica a magia ou ocultismo; no entanto, pode indicar também alguém que possui conhecimentos e habilidades superiores como, por exemplo, quando se diz que um músico é um "mago dos teclados", pois toca com perfeição o instrumento musical.
Tema: Mago Técnica: Livre Tamanho: A4 ( no máximo) Inicio do Projeto: 2010 Término do Projeto: 3 / 11 / 2013
Qualquer pessoa pode participar, Artistas e qualquer pessoa ao redor do mundo, enviando trabalhos com o tema “Mago”. Não Haverá Júri e os trabalhos recebidos não serão devolvidos. Os Trabalhos serão catalogados e estarão disponível no blog da Toca do Lobo sem valor comercial. Exposição dos trabalhos online no blog oficial da Toca do Lobo e exposição em espaço público. Os trabalhos podem ser enviado para o endereço:
Grupo Toca do Lobo Rua: Nossa Senhora Aparecida, novo Nº69 (antigo 28) Apto 21 Vila Fátima – Guarulhos – São Paulo Brasil Cep: 07191-191 email: firstname.lastname@example.org blog: www.tocadoloboartepostal.blogspot.com
Send 18 works of size 14.8 X 21 cm (A5 vertical), numbered and signed,
for making up a series of volumes with different artists in each. Each
volume will contain a minimum of 14 artworks, one per artist. Modify
each copy in order to make them unique originals. All techniques:
printings, drawings, paintings, photographs, collages...
Each participant will receive a volume.
Deadline: october, 2010.
Send your art works to:
General Sanjurjo, 62 - 2º
15006 A Coruña
Galicia - España
Antoni Tàpies (born in Barcelona, December 13, 1923) is a Spanish Catalan painter. He is one of the famous artists of European abstract expressionism. After studying law for 3 years, he devoted himself from 1943 onwards only to his painting. He is perhaps the best-known Catalan artist to emerge in the period since the Second World War.
In 1950 he held his first solo exhibition, at Galeries Laietanes, Barcelona. In the early 50s he lived in Paris, to where he has often returned. Both in Europe and beyond, the highly influential French critic and curator Michel Tapié (no relation, despite the similar name) enthusiastically promoted the work of Antoni Tàpies.
In 1948, Tàpies helped co-found the first Post-War Movement in Spain known as Dau-al-Set which was connected to the Surrealist and Dadaist Movements. The main leader and founder of Dau-al-Set was the poet Joan Brossa. The movement also had a publication of the same name, Dau-al-Set. Tàpies started as a surrealist painter, his early works were influenced by Paul Klee and Joan Miró; but soon become an abstract expressionist, working in a style known as "Arte Povera", in which non artistic materials are incorporated into the paintings. In 1953 he began working in mixed media; this is considered his most original contribution to art. One of the first to create serious art in this way, he added clay and marble dust to his paint and used waste paper, string, and rags (Grey and Green Painting, Tate Gallery, London, 1957).
His international reputation was well established by the end of the 50s. From the late 50's to early 60's, Tàpies worked with Enrique Tábara, Antonio Saura, Manolo Millares and many other Spanish Informalist artists. From about 1970 (influenced by Pop art) he began incorporating more substantial objects into his paintings, such as parts of furniture. Tàpies's ideas have had worldwide influence on art, especially in the realms paintings, sculpture, etchings and lithography. Examples of his work are found in numerous major international collections.
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