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STUTTGART’S ART EXHIBITIONS – Kunstmuseum: Raphael Sbrzesny + Sturm Galerie: Blue Note + House of Art

“The Meeting Benches way”: a perfectly proportioned man, created by Leonardo da Vinci, correlating the symmetry of human anatomy to the symmetry of the universe. What you see, hear, eat and feel, it’s all inside Meeting Benches way: the Vitruvian approach to life. Traveling, we will recommend this approach. At the heart of the Black Forest in Swabia (where speaking ...

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TOULOUSE’S ART EXHIBITIONS – Picasso, horizon mythologique + Le Centre de l’Affiche + Next Pop Art Galery

In any season, it is waiting for you. Whatever time of year, it offers the charm of its lightweight storia. Welcome to Toulouse, next to the Midi Pyrénées. How to start your trip? Need an approach, we offer you our: “The Meeting Benches way”: a perfectly proportioned man, created by Leonardo da Vinci, correlating the symmetry of human anatomy to ...

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TORONTO’S ART EXHIBITIONS – Turner: painting set free, Museum of Innuit Art

Welcome to Toronto, a cosmopolitan metropolis and grandiose, a city full of natural and cultural characteristics. If you have not prepared your travel schedule, follow our advice: “The Meeting Benches way to travel”. A perfectly proportioned man, created by Leonardo da Vinci, correlating the symmetry of human anatomy to the symmetry of the universe. What you see, hear, eat and ...

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TOLEDO’S ART EXHIBITIONS – In Motion: Dance and Performance in Art, Degas and the Dance, Jaume Plensa: Human Landscape

The atmosphere of a country, and that of a nation, is also made of its language. Only by reading, you can “feel” what the eyes do not see. Visiting Toledo, you can feel this atmosphere, looking for “The Meeting Benches way”: a perfectly proportioned man, created by Leonardo da Vinci, correlating the symmetry of human anatomy to the symmetry of ...

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ART EXHIBITIONS IN ITALY – From Raphael to Schiele, El Greek in Italy, from the Impressionists to Picasso

The idea of nation matures over time, even with the contribution of literary works, poems and songs, paintings and places. Visiting Italy, you will not forget that a “nation” refers to persons, while “country” means a territory administratively and politically unified. The Italian aggregate – as a country – is recent, but it gives you an incredible opportunity: to observe ...

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SAINT PETERSBURG’S ART EXHIBITIONS – State Hermitage Museum, Museum of Non-Conformist Art, and Loft Project ETAGI

An infant perceives his own body in space, before even walking. He is also actively involved in the observation of visual stimuli. Looking at Saint Petersburg, remember the Meeting Benches way: a perfectly proportioned man – created by Leonardo da Vinci – correlating the symmetry of human anatomy to the symmetry of the universe. What you see, hear, eat and ...

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VILNIUS ART EXHIBITIONS: Titanikas, Arka Gallery, and National Gallery of Art

Welcome to Vilnius, to see and hear, taste, touch and “hear” this city, as always, through the Meeting Benches way: a perfectly proportioned man, was created by Leonardo da Vinci, correlating the symmetry of human anatomy to the symmetry of the universe. That geometrical way of the mind, could live with the simplicity of the sides of a charming square, ...

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APRIL 26, 1937 – GUERNICA, SPAIN: A market day

It was a time of war, and it seemed that – in that part of the Iberian Peninsula – the men thought their lives to paint in the colors of cruelty. That city of Basque Country (Guernica), would pass to the memories of history for two things: a systematic and indiscriminate aerial bombardment, but also a painting by Pablo Picasso. ...

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ENRY ROUSSEAU, Venice: An art exhibition, to admire the paintings of a man who painted with the eyes of a child

March 6 (and up to 5 July 2015), you will not need to seek an art museum in Paris, to discover the world of primal feelings. Henry Rousseau, a French painter born in a distant day in May of 1844, is in Venice, in the Doge’s guest, along with 40 of his pictorial masterpieces. http://palazzoducale.visitmuve.it/en/home/ The works of art of ...

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ROADS BLUE, A BOOK OF LEAST HEAT MOON: The voices of the people, the sound of wind

A travel story, across the United States. From his reading, you can learn a multitude of useful information, but also many, many shades of emotion. The book is also equipped with some nice pictures. You’ll need a little time to read, because the story winds through many pages of text (and many miles of road). A tip? Let yourself go, ...

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