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MICRO PHOTOGRAPHIC STORIES, STARTING FROM CHARACTERS AND SITUATIONS – Willy Ronis: raptures in front of reality, observing peoples brotherhood

Interest in the human condition and everyday life Willy Ronis https://huxleyparlour.com/artists/willy-ronis/ was the son of Ukrainian emigrants who settled in the 9th arrondissement of Paris, where his father opened a photo studio. Although he hoped to become a composer, he enrolled in the faculty of law, until he had to help his father in the work, without however interest in …

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EXPLORING THE SIMULTANEOUS COLORS CONTRAST, UNTIL ORPHISM – Sonia Terk Delaunay: Modulations of color and light, for works with a lyrical tone

The avant-garde queen of loud, wearable art In 1906, she moved to Paris, painting works inspired by Gauguin and van Gogh. Four years later, she married the painter Robert Delaunay. A 1913 photo, taken five years later shows her posing in a loose patchwork outfit of her own creation. Starting in 1913, she created fabrics with simultaneous contrasts, abstract creations …

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WHEN THE ONLY UNIVERSAL LANGUAGE IS A KISS – Alfred de Musset: To see to know, to want to be able and to dare to have

An imagination with big wings, inside a prison as big as a hand To understand him better, you will have to remember what he wrote: “I can’t help it: the idea of infinity torments me.” His tormented love affair with the writer George Sand was told in a 1999 film, Children of the Century. Poet and playwright, he became an …

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THE MUSICAL CULTURE OF THE ROAD – Manu Chao: Playing and singing in slippers, between via St. Pau and calle Escudellers

Hovering between temptations intimate sensitivity and social reality His music has undergone many influences, all deriving from his Spanish origins and from travels to Mesoamerica. His parents had moved to Paris to escape Francisco Franco’s dictatorship, in the suburban area between Boulogne-Billancourt and Sèvres. The home of Manu Chao http://www.manuchao.net/, it housed many refugees from South American dictatorships, and had …

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NOT A CITY, BUT AN OPEN-AIR MUSEUM – Tastes, smells and Parisian atmosphere

There is no place like the city of lights Among the many ways of getting to know a city, we have created one that will powerfully involve your way of smelling, tasting and being involved. Before starting to move in Paris https://en.parisinfo.com/, following the trail of your personal interests, or the wishes of those who accompany you, dedicate your first …

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WHERE TURNING NEW IDEAS INTO REALITY – Know ability, between Danish creative people

Alternative Denmark, the island of Zealand According to the definition of their government, an island must have vegetation and need to be surround by water at least one meter deep. There are 406 islands in Denmark https://www.travelandleisure.com/trip-ideas/island-vacations/denmark-islands-europe-best-secret and 70 of them are populated but the rest are uninhabited. The list of Danish islands that gave birth to extremely creative people …

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A CREATIVE STILL WATER, OF PROFOUND DEPTH – Laurits Andersen Ring: Drew on the Danish tradition of folk art

When your own oeuvre remains as your essence As you can see, in his paintings he often has placed the horizontal line high. Today there are examples of his work at every Danish art museum, including the Hirschsprung Collection in Copenhagen. In 1900, he received the bronze medal at the World’s Fair in Paris for his painting In the Garden …

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FROM JOYS OF SUMMER TO ROYAL COURT PHOTOGRAPHER – Peter Elfelt, the pioneer of Danish film

The photographer who documented foreign dignitaries and pranks at the top of the stairs Photographer and film director, known as the first movie pioneer in Denmark, Peter Elfelt https://www.dfi.dk/en/english/peter-elfelt-pioneer-danish-film was born in Helsingør on a January day, in 1866, becoming apprenticing in photography in Hillerød, also having studyng with a camera builder. In 1893, he opened his own atelier in …

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GROWING LIKE A FAN OF MINIMALISM – Maikel Tawadros: Thinking in calmness style, for women identity

Wanting to be true to himself He think the woman that buys his clothes is a confident woman, not completely influenced by trends. He started his creative journey in the world of fashion working as a clerk in Copenhagen. His interesting collections deserve your attention. Maikel Tawadros https://www.facebook.com/maikel.tawadros is one of Denmark’s most talented designers. Having become a freelance before …

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IN THE SAME WAY AS A RUSSIAN POET – Viggo Stuckenberg: Describing accidents and misfortune, in vivid detail

Writing in biographical content life experiences toghether short and unhappy marriage Has been a royal castle since 1730 and now it is a quiet oasis. Located along the Copenaghen Mill Stream, Sorgenfri Palace https://www.kongeligeslotte.dk/en/palaces-and-gardens/sorgenfri-palace-and-palace-gardens.html it is a wooded landscape garden offers a peaceful and idyllic contrast to urban life. At its northern end is the Queen’s well, where a woman …

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