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El Museo Hundertwasser presenta la mayor colección del mundo del excepcional artista austriaco Friedensreich Hundertwasser (1928 – 2000). A solo unas calles de la «Hundertwasser Haus», junto al Canal del Danubio, podrá disfrutar en primera persona de su arquitectura única, por dentro y por fuera; además, podrá admirar y conocer su obra pictórica, bocetos arquitectónicos, trabajos gráficos y su compromiso con el medio ambiente en 365 días de sol y lluvia. En el primer «museo verde» de Viena, el visitante también descubre la visionaria actuación ecológica de Friedensreich Hundertwasser, que experimentó con el uso de tejados con vegetación e integró «árboles inquilinos» en la fachada. A partir de sus innovadoras ideas sobre ecología y política social, y a través de sus exposiciones extraordinarias, la Kunst Haus Wien se convierte en un lugar para la creatividad y de encuentro de artistas comprometidos, ocupados de forma crítica y visionaria con temas como la sostenibilidad, el cambio climático, el reciclaje, el urbanismo y la responsabilidad intergeneracional desde la perspectiva actual. La KUNST HAUS WIEN es una de las cinco atracciones turísticas más visitadas de Viena.

Además, la KUNST HAUS WIEN es el primer centro de Viena para exposiciones internacionales de fotografía y constituye una plataforma central para el encuentro de la escena de la fotografía austriaca. Desde su inauguración en 1991, se han presentado más de 90 propuestas artísticas diferentes, entre ellas, personalidades que han escrito la historia de la fotografía, como Annie Leibovitz, René Burri, Robert Mapplethorpe, Man Ray y Henri Cartier-Bresson. Las recientes retrospectivas de Rinko Kawauchi, Joel Meyerowitz o Martin Parr han sido aclamadas tanto por el público como por la prensa internacional.

 

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The KunstHausWien is a museum in Vienna, designed by the artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser. This museum in the Landstraße district houses the world's only permanent exhibition of Hundertwasser's works, and also hosts regular temporary exhibitions of other artists. The KunstHausWien operates as a private business and does not receive any government aid. In 2009 the KunstHausWien received 174,000 visitors.

The museum was created through the renovation of the 1892 building which housed the Thonet furniture factory (creator of the iconic bistro chair), in a style commensurate with Hundertwasser's art. It stands less than half a mile from the Hundertwasserhaus, a municipally owned apartment block also designed by Hundertwasser and completed in 1986. The renovation was planned by Hundertwasser himself and carried out from 1989-91 with sponsorship from BAWAG P.S.K. The museum was opened in April 1991. The KunstHausWien has a total exhibition area of 4,000 square meters. The two lower floors house the permanent exhibits. Temporary international exhibitions are held on the third and fourth floors.

The entire building is designed in typical Hundertwasser style, with wavy, undulating floors and a notable lack of straight lines. Bright, glaring colours are used throughout, and foliage abounds. There is a fountain in the foyer, and a restaurant with abundant plant life reminiscent of a winter garden. An unevenly winding staircase leads to the main part of the exhibition on the upper floors. To keep the rooms flooded with daylight, Hundertwasser, who was said to be fond of sunlight and therefore windows too, had a glass frontage built in front of the facade.

The museum was built in a traditional manner, but decorated with enamelled, checkerboard mosaics on the facade and adjacent sections. In contrast to Antonio Gaudí, Hundertwasser used symmetrical mosaic stones, carefully arranged. The size of each stone is likewise not accidental, which is rare for building-mounted mosaics that are not industrially manufactured. The mosaics cover only certain (non-load-bearing) parts of the surface, and contribute to the trademark features of the building: the incorporation of nearly every part of the facade into an overall picture, and the very deliberate concealment of the boundaries between floors.

In 2003 Hunderwasser's colleague and co-author professor Joseph Krawina initiated a lawsuit against the museum board, claiming violation of his rights to jointly created art. The national Supreme Civil Court (OGH) issued an injunction in favor of Krawina and, according to 2003 publications, both parties were advised to resolve the dispute out of court.

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kunsthauswien.com

 

El Museo Hundertwasser presenta la mayor colección del mundo del excepcional artista austriaco Friedensreich Hundertwasser (1928 – 2000). A solo unas calles de la «Hundertwasser Haus», junto al Canal del Danubio, podrá disfrutar en primera persona de su arquitectura única, por dentro y por fuera; además, podrá admirar y conocer su obra pictórica, bocetos arquitectónicos, trabajos gráficos y su compromiso con el medio ambiente en 365 días de sol y lluvia. En el primer «museo verde» de Viena, el visitante también descubre la visionaria actuación ecológica de Friedensreich Hundertwasser, que experimentó con el uso de tejados con vegetación e integró «árboles inquilinos» en la fachada. A partir de sus innovadoras ideas sobre ecología y política social, y a través de sus exposiciones extraordinarias, la Kunst Haus Wien se convierte en un lugar para la creatividad y de encuentro de artistas comprometidos, ocupados de forma crítica y visionaria con temas como la sostenibilidad, el cambio climático, el reciclaje, el urbanismo y la responsabilidad intergeneracional desde la perspectiva actual. La KUNST HAUS WIEN es una de las cinco atracciones turísticas más visitadas de Viena.

Además, la KUNST HAUS WIEN es el primer centro de Viena para exposiciones internacionales de fotografía y constituye una plataforma central para el encuentro de la escena de la fotografía austriaca. Desde su inauguración en 1991, se han presentado más de 90 propuestas artísticas diferentes, entre ellas, personalidades que han escrito la historia de la fotografía, como Annie Leibovitz, René Burri, Robert Mapplethorpe, Man Ray y Henri Cartier-Bresson. Las recientes retrospectivas de Rinko Kawauchi, Joel Meyerowitz o Martin Parr han sido aclamadas tanto por el público como por la prensa internacional.

 

www.kunsthauswien.com/es/

  

The KunstHausWien is a museum in Vienna, designed by the artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser. This museum in the Landstraße district houses the world's only permanent exhibition of Hundertwasser's works, and also hosts regular temporary exhibitions of other artists. The KunstHausWien operates as a private business and does not receive any government aid. In 2009 the KunstHausWien received 174,000 visitors.

The museum was created through the renovation of the 1892 building which housed the Thonet furniture factory (creator of the iconic bistro chair), in a style commensurate with Hundertwasser's art. It stands less than half a mile from the Hundertwasserhaus, a municipally owned apartment block also designed by Hundertwasser and completed in 1986. The renovation was planned by Hundertwasser himself and carried out from 1989-91 with sponsorship from BAWAG P.S.K. The museum was opened in April 1991. The KunstHausWien has a total exhibition area of 4,000 square meters. The two lower floors house the permanent exhibits. Temporary international exhibitions are held on the third and fourth floors.

The entire building is designed in typical Hundertwasser style, with wavy, undulating floors and a notable lack of straight lines. Bright, glaring colours are used throughout, and foliage abounds. There is a fountain in the foyer, and a restaurant with abundant plant life reminiscent of a winter garden. An unevenly winding staircase leads to the main part of the exhibition on the upper floors. To keep the rooms flooded with daylight, Hundertwasser, who was said to be fond of sunlight and therefore windows too, had a glass frontage built in front of the facade.

The museum was built in a traditional manner, but decorated with enamelled, checkerboard mosaics on the facade and adjacent sections. In contrast to Antonio Gaudí, Hundertwasser used symmetrical mosaic stones, carefully arranged. The size of each stone is likewise not accidental, which is rare for building-mounted mosaics that are not industrially manufactured. The mosaics cover only certain (non-load-bearing) parts of the surface, and contribute to the trademark features of the building: the incorporation of nearly every part of the facade into an overall picture, and the very deliberate concealment of the boundaries between floors.

In 2003 Hunderwasser's colleague and co-author professor Joseph Krawina initiated a lawsuit against the museum board, claiming violation of his rights to jointly created art. The national Supreme Civil Court (OGH) issued an injunction in favor of Krawina and, according to 2003 publications, both parties were advised to resolve the dispute out of court.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KunstHausWien

 

www.kunsthauswien.com/en/

  

kunsthauswien.com

 

El Museo Hundertwasser presenta la mayor colección del mundo del excepcional artista austriaco Friedensreich Hundertwasser (1928 – 2000). A solo unas calles de la «Hundertwasser Haus», junto al Canal del Danubio, podrá disfrutar en primera persona de su arquitectura única, por dentro y por fuera; además, podrá admirar y conocer su obra pictórica, bocetos arquitectónicos, trabajos gráficos y su compromiso con el medio ambiente en 365 días de sol y lluvia. En el primer «museo verde» de Viena, el visitante también descubre la visionaria actuación ecológica de Friedensreich Hundertwasser, que experimentó con el uso de tejados con vegetación e integró «árboles inquilinos» en la fachada. A partir de sus innovadoras ideas sobre ecología y política social, y a través de sus exposiciones extraordinarias, la Kunst Haus Wien se convierte en un lugar para la creatividad y de encuentro de artistas comprometidos, ocupados de forma crítica y visionaria con temas como la sostenibilidad, el cambio climático, el reciclaje, el urbanismo y la responsabilidad intergeneracional desde la perspectiva actual. La KUNST HAUS WIEN es una de las cinco atracciones turísticas más visitadas de Viena.

Además, la KUNST HAUS WIEN es el primer centro de Viena para exposiciones internacionales de fotografía y constituye una plataforma central para el encuentro de la escena de la fotografía austriaca. Desde su inauguración en 1991, se han presentado más de 90 propuestas artísticas diferentes, entre ellas, personalidades que han escrito la historia de la fotografía, como Annie Leibovitz, René Burri, Robert Mapplethorpe, Man Ray y Henri Cartier-Bresson. Las recientes retrospectivas de Rinko Kawauchi, Joel Meyerowitz o Martin Parr han sido aclamadas tanto por el público como por la prensa internacional.

 

www.kunsthauswien.com/es/

  

The KunstHausWien is a museum in Vienna, designed by the artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser. This museum in the Landstraße district houses the world's only permanent exhibition of Hundertwasser's works, and also hosts regular temporary exhibitions of other artists. The KunstHausWien operates as a private business and does not receive any government aid. In 2009 the KunstHausWien received 174,000 visitors.

The museum was created through the renovation of the 1892 building which housed the Thonet furniture factory (creator of the iconic bistro chair), in a style commensurate with Hundertwasser's art. It stands less than half a mile from the Hundertwasserhaus, a municipally owned apartment block also designed by Hundertwasser and completed in 1986. The renovation was planned by Hundertwasser himself and carried out from 1989-91 with sponsorship from BAWAG P.S.K. The museum was opened in April 1991. The KunstHausWien has a total exhibition area of 4,000 square meters. The two lower floors house the permanent exhibits. Temporary international exhibitions are held on the third and fourth floors.

The entire building is designed in typical Hundertwasser style, with wavy, undulating floors and a notable lack of straight lines. Bright, glaring colours are used throughout, and foliage abounds. There is a fountain in the foyer, and a restaurant with abundant plant life reminiscent of a winter garden. An unevenly winding staircase leads to the main part of the exhibition on the upper floors. To keep the rooms flooded with daylight, Hundertwasser, who was said to be fond of sunlight and therefore windows too, had a glass frontage built in front of the facade.

The museum was built in a traditional manner, but decorated with enamelled, checkerboard mosaics on the facade and adjacent sections. In contrast to Antonio Gaudí, Hundertwasser used symmetrical mosaic stones, carefully arranged. The size of each stone is likewise not accidental, which is rare for building-mounted mosaics that are not industrially manufactured. The mosaics cover only certain (non-load-bearing) parts of the surface, and contribute to the trademark features of the building: the incorporation of nearly every part of the facade into an overall picture, and the very deliberate concealment of the boundaries between floors.

In 2003 Hunderwasser's colleague and co-author professor Joseph Krawina initiated a lawsuit against the museum board, claiming violation of his rights to jointly created art. The national Supreme Civil Court (OGH) issued an injunction in favor of Krawina and, according to 2003 publications, both parties were advised to resolve the dispute out of court.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KunstHausWien

 

www.kunsthauswien.com/en/

 

kunsthauswien.com

 

El Museo Hundertwasser presenta la mayor colección del mundo del excepcional artista austriaco Friedensreich Hundertwasser (1928 – 2000). A solo unas calles de la «Hundertwasser Haus», junto al Canal del Danubio, podrá disfrutar en primera persona de su arquitectura única, por dentro y por fuera; además, podrá admirar y conocer su obra pictórica, bocetos arquitectónicos, trabajos gráficos y su compromiso con el medio ambiente en 365 días de sol y lluvia. En el primer «museo verde» de Viena, el visitante también descubre la visionaria actuación ecológica de Friedensreich Hundertwasser, que experimentó con el uso de tejados con vegetación e integró «árboles inquilinos» en la fachada. A partir de sus innovadoras ideas sobre ecología y política social, y a través de sus exposiciones extraordinarias, la Kunst Haus Wien se convierte en un lugar para la creatividad y de encuentro de artistas comprometidos, ocupados de forma crítica y visionaria con temas como la sostenibilidad, el cambio climático, el reciclaje, el urbanismo y la responsabilidad intergeneracional desde la perspectiva actual. La KUNST HAUS WIEN es una de las cinco atracciones turísticas más visitadas de Viena.

Además, la KUNST HAUS WIEN es el primer centro de Viena para exposiciones internacionales de fotografía y constituye una plataforma central para el encuentro de la escena de la fotografía austriaca. Desde su inauguración en 1991, se han presentado más de 90 propuestas artísticas diferentes, entre ellas, personalidades que han escrito la historia de la fotografía, como Annie Leibovitz, René Burri, Robert Mapplethorpe, Man Ray y Henri Cartier-Bresson. Las recientes retrospectivas de Rinko Kawauchi, Joel Meyerowitz o Martin Parr han sido aclamadas tanto por el público como por la prensa internacional.

 

www.kunsthauswien.com/es/

  

The KunstHausWien is a museum in Vienna, designed by the artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser. This museum in the Landstraße district houses the world's only permanent exhibition of Hundertwasser's works, and also hosts regular temporary exhibitions of other artists. The KunstHausWien operates as a private business and does not receive any government aid. In 2009 the KunstHausWien received 174,000 visitors.

The museum was created through the renovation of the 1892 building which housed the Thonet furniture factory (creator of the iconic bistro chair), in a style commensurate with Hundertwasser's art. It stands less than half a mile from the Hundertwasserhaus, a municipally owned apartment block also designed by Hundertwasser and completed in 1986. The renovation was planned by Hundertwasser himself and carried out from 1989-91 with sponsorship from BAWAG P.S.K. The museum was opened in April 1991. The KunstHausWien has a total exhibition area of 4,000 square meters. The two lower floors house the permanent exhibits. Temporary international exhibitions are held on the third and fourth floors.

The entire building is designed in typical Hundertwasser style, with wavy, undulating floors and a notable lack of straight lines. Bright, glaring colours are used throughout, and foliage abounds. There is a fountain in the foyer, and a restaurant with abundant plant life reminiscent of a winter garden. An unevenly winding staircase leads to the main part of the exhibition on the upper floors. To keep the rooms flooded with daylight, Hundertwasser, who was said to be fond of sunlight and therefore windows too, had a glass frontage built in front of the facade.

The museum was built in a traditional manner, but decorated with enamelled, checkerboard mosaics on the facade and adjacent sections. In contrast to Antonio Gaudí, Hundertwasser used symmetrical mosaic stones, carefully arranged. The size of each stone is likewise not accidental, which is rare for building-mounted mosaics that are not industrially manufactured. The mosaics cover only certain (non-load-bearing) parts of the surface, and contribute to the trademark features of the building: the incorporation of nearly every part of the facade into an overall picture, and the very deliberate concealment of the boundaries between floors.

In 2003 Hunderwasser's colleague and co-author professor Joseph Krawina initiated a lawsuit against the museum board, claiming violation of his rights to jointly created art. The national Supreme Civil Court (OGH) issued an injunction in favor of Krawina and, according to 2003 publications, both parties were advised to resolve the dispute out of court.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KunstHausWien

 

www.kunsthauswien.com/en/

  

kunsthauswien.com

 

El Museo Hundertwasser presenta la mayor colección del mundo del excepcional artista austriaco Friedensreich Hundertwasser (1928 – 2000). A solo unas calles de la «Hundertwasser Haus», junto al Canal del Danubio, podrá disfrutar en primera persona de su arquitectura única, por dentro y por fuera; además, podrá admirar y conocer su obra pictórica, bocetos arquitectónicos, trabajos gráficos y su compromiso con el medio ambiente en 365 días de sol y lluvia. En el primer «museo verde» de Viena, el visitante también descubre la visionaria actuación ecológica de Friedensreich Hundertwasser, que experimentó con el uso de tejados con vegetación e integró «árboles inquilinos» en la fachada. A partir de sus innovadoras ideas sobre ecología y política social, y a través de sus exposiciones extraordinarias, la Kunst Haus Wien se convierte en un lugar para la creatividad y de encuentro de artistas comprometidos, ocupados de forma crítica y visionaria con temas como la sostenibilidad, el cambio climático, el reciclaje, el urbanismo y la responsabilidad intergeneracional desde la perspectiva actual. La KUNST HAUS WIEN es una de las cinco atracciones turísticas más visitadas de Viena.

Además, la KUNST HAUS WIEN es el primer centro de Viena para exposiciones internacionales de fotografía y constituye una plataforma central para el encuentro de la escena de la fotografía austriaca. Desde su inauguración en 1991, se han presentado más de 90 propuestas artísticas diferentes, entre ellas, personalidades que han escrito la historia de la fotografía, como Annie Leibovitz, René Burri, Robert Mapplethorpe, Man Ray y Henri Cartier-Bresson. Las recientes retrospectivas de Rinko Kawauchi, Joel Meyerowitz o Martin Parr han sido aclamadas tanto por el público como por la prensa internacional.

 

www.kunsthauswien.com/es/

  

The KunstHausWien is a museum in Vienna, designed by the artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser. This museum in the Landstraße district houses the world's only permanent exhibition of Hundertwasser's works, and also hosts regular temporary exhibitions of other artists. The KunstHausWien operates as a private business and does not receive any government aid. In 2009 the KunstHausWien received 174,000 visitors.

The museum was created through the renovation of the 1892 building which housed the Thonet furniture factory (creator of the iconic bistro chair), in a style commensurate with Hundertwasser's art. It stands less than half a mile from the Hundertwasserhaus, a municipally owned apartment block also designed by Hundertwasser and completed in 1986. The renovation was planned by Hundertwasser himself and carried out from 1989-91 with sponsorship from BAWAG P.S.K. The museum was opened in April 1991. The KunstHausWien has a total exhibition area of 4,000 square meters. The two lower floors house the permanent exhibits. Temporary international exhibitions are held on the third and fourth floors.

The entire building is designed in typical Hundertwasser style, with wavy, undulating floors and a notable lack of straight lines. Bright, glaring colours are used throughout, and foliage abounds. There is a fountain in the foyer, and a restaurant with abundant plant life reminiscent of a winter garden. An unevenly winding staircase leads to the main part of the exhibition on the upper floors. To keep the rooms flooded with daylight, Hundertwasser, who was said to be fond of sunlight and therefore windows too, had a glass frontage built in front of the facade.

The museum was built in a traditional manner, but decorated with enamelled, checkerboard mosaics on the facade and adjacent sections. In contrast to Antonio Gaudí, Hundertwasser used symmetrical mosaic stones, carefully arranged. The size of each stone is likewise not accidental, which is rare for building-mounted mosaics that are not industrially manufactured. The mosaics cover only certain (non-load-bearing) parts of the surface, and contribute to the trademark features of the building: the incorporation of nearly every part of the facade into an overall picture, and the very deliberate concealment of the boundaries between floors.

In 2003 Hunderwasser's colleague and co-author professor Joseph Krawina initiated a lawsuit against the museum board, claiming violation of his rights to jointly created art. The national Supreme Civil Court (OGH) issued an injunction in favor of Krawina and, according to 2003 publications, both parties were advised to resolve the dispute out of court.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KunstHausWien

 

www.kunsthauswien.com/en/

 

kunsthauswien.com

 

El Museo Hundertwasser presenta la mayor colección del mundo del excepcional artista austriaco Friedensreich Hundertwasser (1928 – 2000). A solo unas calles de la «Hundertwasser Haus», junto al Canal del Danubio, podrá disfrutar en primera persona de su arquitectura única, por dentro y por fuera; además, podrá admirar y conocer su obra pictórica, bocetos arquitectónicos, trabajos gráficos y su compromiso con el medio ambiente en 365 días de sol y lluvia. En el primer «museo verde» de Viena, el visitante también descubre la visionaria actuación ecológica de Friedensreich Hundertwasser, que experimentó con el uso de tejados con vegetación e integró «árboles inquilinos» en la fachada. A partir de sus innovadoras ideas sobre ecología y política social, y a través de sus exposiciones extraordinarias, la Kunst Haus Wien se convierte en un lugar para la creatividad y de encuentro de artistas comprometidos, ocupados de forma crítica y visionaria con temas como la sostenibilidad, el cambio climático, el reciclaje, el urbanismo y la responsabilidad intergeneracional desde la perspectiva actual. La KUNST HAUS WIEN es una de las cinco atracciones turísticas más visitadas de Viena.

Además, la KUNST HAUS WIEN es el primer centro de Viena para exposiciones internacionales de fotografía y constituye una plataforma central para el encuentro de la escena de la fotografía austriaca. Desde su inauguración en 1991, se han presentado más de 90 propuestas artísticas diferentes, entre ellas, personalidades que han escrito la historia de la fotografía, como Annie Leibovitz, René Burri, Robert Mapplethorpe, Man Ray y Henri Cartier-Bresson. Las recientes retrospectivas de Rinko Kawauchi, Joel Meyerowitz o Martin Parr han sido aclamadas tanto por el público como por la prensa internacional.

 

www.kunsthauswien.com/es/

  

The KunstHausWien is a museum in Vienna, designed by the artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser. This museum in the Landstraße district houses the world's only permanent exhibition of Hundertwasser's works, and also hosts regular temporary exhibitions of other artists. The KunstHausWien operates as a private business and does not receive any government aid. In 2009 the KunstHausWien received 174,000 visitors.

The museum was created through the renovation of the 1892 building which housed the Thonet furniture factory (creator of the iconic bistro chair), in a style commensurate with Hundertwasser's art. It stands less than half a mile from the Hundertwasserhaus, a municipally owned apartment block also designed by Hundertwasser and completed in 1986. The renovation was planned by Hundertwasser himself and carried out from 1989-91 with sponsorship from BAWAG P.S.K. The museum was opened in April 1991. The KunstHausWien has a total exhibition area of 4,000 square meters. The two lower floors house the permanent exhibits. Temporary international exhibitions are held on the third and fourth floors.

The entire building is designed in typical Hundertwasser style, with wavy, undulating floors and a notable lack of straight lines. Bright, glaring colours are used throughout, and foliage abounds. There is a fountain in the foyer, and a restaurant with abundant plant life reminiscent of a winter garden. An unevenly winding staircase leads to the main part of the exhibition on the upper floors. To keep the rooms flooded with daylight, Hundertwasser, who was said to be fond of sunlight and therefore windows too, had a glass frontage built in front of the facade.

The museum was built in a traditional manner, but decorated with enamelled, checkerboard mosaics on the facade and adjacent sections. In contrast to Antonio Gaudí, Hundertwasser used symmetrical mosaic stones, carefully arranged. The size of each stone is likewise not accidental, which is rare for building-mounted mosaics that are not industrially manufactured. The mosaics cover only certain (non-load-bearing) parts of the surface, and contribute to the trademark features of the building: the incorporation of nearly every part of the facade into an overall picture, and the very deliberate concealment of the boundaries between floors.

In 2003 Hunderwasser's colleague and co-author professor Joseph Krawina initiated a lawsuit against the museum board, claiming violation of his rights to jointly created art. The national Supreme Civil Court (OGH) issued an injunction in favor of Krawina and, according to 2003 publications, both parties were advised to resolve the dispute out of court.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KunstHausWien

 

www.kunsthauswien.com/en/

  

kunsthauswien.com

 

El Museo Hundertwasser presenta la mayor colección del mundo del excepcional artista austriaco Friedensreich Hundertwasser (1928 – 2000). A solo unas calles de la «Hundertwasser Haus», junto al Canal del Danubio, podrá disfrutar en primera persona de su arquitectura única, por dentro y por fuera; además, podrá admirar y conocer su obra pictórica, bocetos arquitectónicos, trabajos gráficos y su compromiso con el medio ambiente en 365 días de sol y lluvia. En el primer «museo verde» de Viena, el visitante también descubre la visionaria actuación ecológica de Friedensreich Hundertwasser, que experimentó con el uso de tejados con vegetación e integró «árboles inquilinos» en la fachada. A partir de sus innovadoras ideas sobre ecología y política social, y a través de sus exposiciones extraordinarias, la Kunst Haus Wien se convierte en un lugar para la creatividad y de encuentro de artistas comprometidos, ocupados de forma crítica y visionaria con temas como la sostenibilidad, el cambio climático, el reciclaje, el urbanismo y la responsabilidad intergeneracional desde la perspectiva actual. La KUNST HAUS WIEN es una de las cinco atracciones turísticas más visitadas de Viena.

Además, la KUNST HAUS WIEN es el primer centro de Viena para exposiciones internacionales de fotografía y constituye una plataforma central para el encuentro de la escena de la fotografía austriaca. Desde su inauguración en 1991, se han presentado más de 90 propuestas artísticas diferentes, entre ellas, personalidades que han escrito la historia de la fotografía, como Annie Leibovitz, René Burri, Robert Mapplethorpe, Man Ray y Henri Cartier-Bresson. Las recientes retrospectivas de Rinko Kawauchi, Joel Meyerowitz o Martin Parr han sido aclamadas tanto por el público como por la prensa internacional.

 

www.kunsthauswien.com/es/

  

The KunstHausWien is a museum in Vienna, designed by the artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser. This museum in the Landstraße district houses the world's only permanent exhibition of Hundertwasser's works, and also hosts regular temporary exhibitions of other artists. The KunstHausWien operates as a private business and does not receive any government aid. In 2009 the KunstHausWien received 174,000 visitors.

The museum was created through the renovation of the 1892 building which housed the Thonet furniture factory (creator of the iconic bistro chair), in a style commensurate with Hundertwasser's art. It stands less than half a mile from the Hundertwasserhaus, a municipally owned apartment block also designed by Hundertwasser and completed in 1986. The renovation was planned by Hundertwasser himself and carried out from 1989-91 with sponsorship from BAWAG P.S.K. The museum was opened in April 1991. The KunstHausWien has a total exhibition area of 4,000 square meters. The two lower floors house the permanent exhibits. Temporary international exhibitions are held on the third and fourth floors.

The entire building is designed in typical Hundertwasser style, with wavy, undulating floors and a notable lack of straight lines. Bright, glaring colours are used throughout, and foliage abounds. There is a fountain in the foyer, and a restaurant with abundant plant life reminiscent of a winter garden. An unevenly winding staircase leads to the main part of the exhibition on the upper floors. To keep the rooms flooded with daylight, Hundertwasser, who was said to be fond of sunlight and therefore windows too, had a glass frontage built in front of the facade.

The museum was built in a traditional manner, but decorated with enamelled, checkerboard mosaics on the facade and adjacent sections. In contrast to Antonio Gaudí, Hundertwasser used symmetrical mosaic stones, carefully arranged. The size of each stone is likewise not accidental, which is rare for building-mounted mosaics that are not industrially manufactured. The mosaics cover only certain (non-load-bearing) parts of the surface, and contribute to the trademark features of the building: the incorporation of nearly every part of the facade into an overall picture, and the very deliberate concealment of the boundaries between floors.

In 2003 Hunderwasser's colleague and co-author professor Joseph Krawina initiated a lawsuit against the museum board, claiming violation of his rights to jointly created art. The national Supreme Civil Court (OGH) issued an injunction in favor of Krawina and, according to 2003 publications, both parties were advised to resolve the dispute out of court.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KunstHausWien

 

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El Museo Hundertwasser presenta la mayor colección del mundo del excepcional artista austriaco Friedensreich Hundertwasser (1928 – 2000). A solo unas calles de la «Hundertwasser Haus», junto al Canal del Danubio, podrá disfrutar en primera persona de su arquitectura única, por dentro y por fuera; además, podrá admirar y conocer su obra pictórica, bocetos arquitectónicos, trabajos gráficos y su compromiso con el medio ambiente en 365 días de sol y lluvia. En el primer «museo verde» de Viena, el visitante también descubre la visionaria actuación ecológica de Friedensreich Hundertwasser, que experimentó con el uso de tejados con vegetación e integró «árboles inquilinos» en la fachada. A partir de sus innovadoras ideas sobre ecología y política social, y a través de sus exposiciones extraordinarias, la Kunst Haus Wien se convierte en un lugar para la creatividad y de encuentro de artistas comprometidos, ocupados de forma crítica y visionaria con temas como la sostenibilidad, el cambio climático, el reciclaje, el urbanismo y la responsabilidad intergeneracional desde la perspectiva actual. La KUNST HAUS WIEN es una de las cinco atracciones turísticas más visitadas de Viena.

Además, la KUNST HAUS WIEN es el primer centro de Viena para exposiciones internacionales de fotografía y constituye una plataforma central para el encuentro de la escena de la fotografía austriaca. Desde su inauguración en 1991, se han presentado más de 90 propuestas artísticas diferentes, entre ellas, personalidades que han escrito la historia de la fotografía, como Annie Leibovitz, René Burri, Robert Mapplethorpe, Man Ray y Henri Cartier-Bresson. Las recientes retrospectivas de Rinko Kawauchi, Joel Meyerowitz o Martin Parr han sido aclamadas tanto por el público como por la prensa internacional.

 

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The KunstHausWien is a museum in Vienna, designed by the artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser. This museum in the Landstraße district houses the world's only permanent exhibition of Hundertwasser's works, and also hosts regular temporary exhibitions of other artists. The KunstHausWien operates as a private business and does not receive any government aid. In 2009 the KunstHausWien received 174,000 visitors.

The museum was created through the renovation of the 1892 building which housed the Thonet furniture factory (creator of the iconic bistro chair), in a style commensurate with Hundertwasser's art. It stands less than half a mile from the Hundertwasserhaus, a municipally owned apartment block also designed by Hundertwasser and completed in 1986. The renovation was planned by Hundertwasser himself and carried out from 1989-91 with sponsorship from BAWAG P.S.K. The museum was opened in April 1991. The KunstHausWien has a total exhibition area of 4,000 square meters. The two lower floors house the permanent exhibits. Temporary international exhibitions are held on the third and fourth floors.

The entire building is designed in typical Hundertwasser style, with wavy, undulating floors and a notable lack of straight lines. Bright, glaring colours are used throughout, and foliage abounds. There is a fountain in the foyer, and a restaurant with abundant plant life reminiscent of a winter garden. An unevenly winding staircase leads to the main part of the exhibition on the upper floors. To keep the rooms flooded with daylight, Hundertwasser, who was said to be fond of sunlight and therefore windows too, had a glass frontage built in front of the facade.

The museum was built in a traditional manner, but decorated with enamelled, checkerboard mosaics on the facade and adjacent sections. In contrast to Antonio Gaudí, Hundertwasser used symmetrical mosaic stones, carefully arranged. The size of each stone is likewise not accidental, which is rare for building-mounted mosaics that are not industrially manufactured. The mosaics cover only certain (non-load-bearing) parts of the surface, and contribute to the trademark features of the building: the incorporation of nearly every part of the facade into an overall picture, and the very deliberate concealment of the boundaries between floors.

In 2003 Hunderwasser's colleague and co-author professor Joseph Krawina initiated a lawsuit against the museum board, claiming violation of his rights to jointly created art. The national Supreme Civil Court (OGH) issued an injunction in favor of Krawina and, according to 2003 publications, both parties were advised to resolve the dispute out of court.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KunstHausWien

 

www.kunsthauswien.com/en/

   

kunsthauswien.com

 

El Museo Hundertwasser presenta la mayor colección del mundo del excepcional artista austriaco Friedensreich Hundertwasser (1928 – 2000). A solo unas calles de la «Hundertwasser Haus», junto al Canal del Danubio, podrá disfrutar en primera persona de su arquitectura única, por dentro y por fuera; además, podrá admirar y conocer su obra pictórica, bocetos arquitectónicos, trabajos gráficos y su compromiso con el medio ambiente en 365 días de sol y lluvia. En el primer «museo verde» de Viena, el visitante también descubre la visionaria actuación ecológica de Friedensreich Hundertwasser, que experimentó con el uso de tejados con vegetación e integró «árboles inquilinos» en la fachada. A partir de sus innovadoras ideas sobre ecología y política social, y a través de sus exposiciones extraordinarias, la Kunst Haus Wien se convierte en un lugar para la creatividad y de encuentro de artistas comprometidos, ocupados de forma crítica y visionaria con temas como la sostenibilidad, el cambio climático, el reciclaje, el urbanismo y la responsabilidad intergeneracional desde la perspectiva actual. La KUNST HAUS WIEN es una de las cinco atracciones turísticas más visitadas de Viena.

Además, la KUNST HAUS WIEN es el primer centro de Viena para exposiciones internacionales de fotografía y constituye una plataforma central para el encuentro de la escena de la fotografía austriaca. Desde su inauguración en 1991, se han presentado más de 90 propuestas artísticas diferentes, entre ellas, personalidades que han escrito la historia de la fotografía, como Annie Leibovitz, René Burri, Robert Mapplethorpe, Man Ray y Henri Cartier-Bresson. Las recientes retrospectivas de Rinko Kawauchi, Joel Meyerowitz o Martin Parr han sido aclamadas tanto por el público como por la prensa internacional.

 

www.kunsthauswien.com/es/

  

The KunstHausWien is a museum in Vienna, designed by the artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser. This museum in the Landstraße district houses the world's only permanent exhibition of Hundertwasser's works, and also hosts regular temporary exhibitions of other artists. The KunstHausWien operates as a private business and does not receive any government aid. In 2009 the KunstHausWien received 174,000 visitors.

The museum was created through the renovation of the 1892 building which housed the Thonet furniture factory (creator of the iconic bistro chair), in a style commensurate with Hundertwasser's art. It stands less than half a mile from the Hundertwasserhaus, a municipally owned apartment block also designed by Hundertwasser and completed in 1986. The renovation was planned by Hundertwasser himself and carried out from 1989-91 with sponsorship from BAWAG P.S.K. The museum was opened in April 1991. The KunstHausWien has a total exhibition area of 4,000 square meters. The two lower floors house the permanent exhibits. Temporary international exhibitions are held on the third and fourth floors.

The entire building is designed in typical Hundertwasser style, with wavy, undulating floors and a notable lack of straight lines. Bright, glaring colours are used throughout, and foliage abounds. There is a fountain in the foyer, and a restaurant with abundant plant life reminiscent of a winter garden. An unevenly winding staircase leads to the main part of the exhibition on the upper floors. To keep the rooms flooded with daylight, Hundertwasser, who was said to be fond of sunlight and therefore windows too, had a glass frontage built in front of the facade.

The museum was built in a traditional manner, but decorated with enamelled, checkerboard mosaics on the facade and adjacent sections. In contrast to Antonio Gaudí, Hundertwasser used symmetrical mosaic stones, carefully arranged. The size of each stone is likewise not accidental, which is rare for building-mounted mosaics that are not industrially manufactured. The mosaics cover only certain (non-load-bearing) parts of the surface, and contribute to the trademark features of the building: the incorporation of nearly every part of the facade into an overall picture, and the very deliberate concealment of the boundaries between floors.

In 2003 Hunderwasser's colleague and co-author professor Joseph Krawina initiated a lawsuit against the museum board, claiming violation of his rights to jointly created art. The national Supreme Civil Court (OGH) issued an injunction in favor of Krawina and, according to 2003 publications, both parties were advised to resolve the dispute out of court.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KunstHausWien

 

www.kunsthauswien.com/en/

 

kunsthauswien.com

 

El Museo Hundertwasser presenta la mayor colección del mundo del excepcional artista austriaco Friedensreich Hundertwasser (1928 – 2000). A solo unas calles de la «Hundertwasser Haus», junto al Canal del Danubio, podrá disfrutar en primera persona de su arquitectura única, por dentro y por fuera; además, podrá admirar y conocer su obra pictórica, bocetos arquitectónicos, trabajos gráficos y su compromiso con el medio ambiente en 365 días de sol y lluvia. En el primer «museo verde» de Viena, el visitante también descubre la visionaria actuación ecológica de Friedensreich Hundertwasser, que experimentó con el uso de tejados con vegetación e integró «árboles inquilinos» en la fachada. A partir de sus innovadoras ideas sobre ecología y política social, y a través de sus exposiciones extraordinarias, la Kunst Haus Wien se convierte en un lugar para la creatividad y de encuentro de artistas comprometidos, ocupados de forma crítica y visionaria con temas como la sostenibilidad, el cambio climático, el reciclaje, el urbanismo y la responsabilidad intergeneracional desde la perspectiva actual. La KUNST HAUS WIEN es una de las cinco atracciones turísticas más visitadas de Viena.

Además, la KUNST HAUS WIEN es el primer centro de Viena para exposiciones internacionales de fotografía y constituye una plataforma central para el encuentro de la escena de la fotografía austriaca. Desde su inauguración en 1991, se han presentado más de 90 propuestas artísticas diferentes, entre ellas, personalidades que han escrito la historia de la fotografía, como Annie Leibovitz, René Burri, Robert Mapplethorpe, Man Ray y Henri Cartier-Bresson. Las recientes retrospectivas de Rinko Kawauchi, Joel Meyerowitz o Martin Parr han sido aclamadas tanto por el público como por la prensa internacional.

 

www.kunsthauswien.com/es/

  

The KunstHausWien is a museum in Vienna, designed by the artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser. This museum in the Landstraße district houses the world's only permanent exhibition of Hundertwasser's works, and also hosts regular temporary exhibitions of other artists. The KunstHausWien operates as a private business and does not receive any government aid. In 2009 the KunstHausWien received 174,000 visitors.

The museum was created through the renovation of the 1892 building which housed the Thonet furniture factory (creator of the iconic bistro chair), in a style commensurate with Hundertwasser's art. It stands less than half a mile from the Hundertwasserhaus, a municipally owned apartment block also designed by Hundertwasser and completed in 1986. The renovation was planned by Hundertwasser himself and carried out from 1989-91 with sponsorship from BAWAG P.S.K. The museum was opened in April 1991. The KunstHausWien has a total exhibition area of 4,000 square meters. The two lower floors house the permanent exhibits. Temporary international exhibitions are held on the third and fourth floors.

The entire building is designed in typical Hundertwasser style, with wavy, undulating floors and a notable lack of straight lines. Bright, glaring colours are used throughout, and foliage abounds. There is a fountain in the foyer, and a restaurant with abundant plant life reminiscent of a winter garden. An unevenly winding staircase leads to the main part of the exhibition on the upper floors. To keep the rooms flooded with daylight, Hundertwasser, who was said to be fond of sunlight and therefore windows too, had a glass frontage built in front of the facade.

The museum was built in a traditional manner, but decorated with enamelled, checkerboard mosaics on the facade and adjacent sections. In contrast to Antonio Gaudí, Hundertwasser used symmetrical mosaic stones, carefully arranged. The size of each stone is likewise not accidental, which is rare for building-mounted mosaics that are not industrially manufactured. The mosaics cover only certain (non-load-bearing) parts of the surface, and contribute to the trademark features of the building: the incorporation of nearly every part of the facade into an overall picture, and the very deliberate concealment of the boundaries between floors.

In 2003 Hunderwasser's colleague and co-author professor Joseph Krawina initiated a lawsuit against the museum board, claiming violation of his rights to jointly created art. The national Supreme Civil Court (OGH) issued an injunction in favor of Krawina and, according to 2003 publications, both parties were advised to resolve the dispute out of court.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KunstHausWien

 

www.kunsthauswien.com/en/

 

kunsthauswien.com

 

El Museo Hundertwasser presenta la mayor colección del mundo del excepcional artista austriaco Friedensreich Hundertwasser (1928 – 2000). A solo unas calles de la «Hundertwasser Haus», junto al Canal del Danubio, podrá disfrutar en primera persona de su arquitectura única, por dentro y por fuera; además, podrá admirar y conocer su obra pictórica, bocetos arquitectónicos, trabajos gráficos y su compromiso con el medio ambiente en 365 días de sol y lluvia. En el primer «museo verde» de Viena, el visitante también descubre la visionaria actuación ecológica de Friedensreich Hundertwasser, que experimentó con el uso de tejados con vegetación e integró «árboles inquilinos» en la fachada. A partir de sus innovadoras ideas sobre ecología y política social, y a través de sus exposiciones extraordinarias, la Kunst Haus Wien se convierte en un lugar para la creatividad y de encuentro de artistas comprometidos, ocupados de forma crítica y visionaria con temas como la sostenibilidad, el cambio climático, el reciclaje, el urbanismo y la responsabilidad intergeneracional desde la perspectiva actual. La KUNST HAUS WIEN es una de las cinco atracciones turísticas más visitadas de Viena.

Además, la KUNST HAUS WIEN es el primer centro de Viena para exposiciones internacionales de fotografía y constituye una plataforma central para el encuentro de la escena de la fotografía austriaca. Desde su inauguración en 1991, se han presentado más de 90 propuestas artísticas diferentes, entre ellas, personalidades que han escrito la historia de la fotografía, como Annie Leibovitz, René Burri, Robert Mapplethorpe, Man Ray y Henri Cartier-Bresson. Las recientes retrospectivas de Rinko Kawauchi, Joel Meyerowitz o Martin Parr han sido aclamadas tanto por el público como por la prensa internacional.

 

www.kunsthauswien.com/es/

  

The KunstHausWien is a museum in Vienna, designed by the artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser. This museum in the Landstraße district houses the world's only permanent exhibition of Hundertwasser's works, and also hosts regular temporary exhibitions of other artists. The KunstHausWien operates as a private business and does not receive any government aid. In 2009 the KunstHausWien received 174,000 visitors.

The museum was created through the renovation of the 1892 building which housed the Thonet furniture factory (creator of the iconic bistro chair), in a style commensurate with Hundertwasser's art. It stands less than half a mile from the Hundertwasserhaus, a municipally owned apartment block also designed by Hundertwasser and completed in 1986. The renovation was planned by Hundertwasser himself and carried out from 1989-91 with sponsorship from BAWAG P.S.K. The museum was opened in April 1991. The KunstHausWien has a total exhibition area of 4,000 square meters. The two lower floors house the permanent exhibits. Temporary international exhibitions are held on the third and fourth floors.

The entire building is designed in typical Hundertwasser style, with wavy, undulating floors and a notable lack of straight lines. Bright, glaring colours are used throughout, and foliage abounds. There is a fountain in the foyer, and a restaurant with abundant plant life reminiscent of a winter garden. An unevenly winding staircase leads to the main part of the exhibition on the upper floors. To keep the rooms flooded with daylight, Hundertwasser, who was said to be fond of sunlight and therefore windows too, had a glass frontage built in front of the facade.

The museum was built in a traditional manner, but decorated with enamelled, checkerboard mosaics on the facade and adjacent sections. In contrast to Antonio Gaudí, Hundertwasser used symmetrical mosaic stones, carefully arranged. The size of each stone is likewise not accidental, which is rare for building-mounted mosaics that are not industrially manufactured. The mosaics cover only certain (non-load-bearing) parts of the surface, and contribute to the trademark features of the building: the incorporation of nearly every part of the facade into an overall picture, and the very deliberate concealment of the boundaries between floors.

In 2003 Hunderwasser's colleague and co-author professor Joseph Krawina initiated a lawsuit against the museum board, claiming violation of his rights to jointly created art. The national Supreme Civil Court (OGH) issued an injunction in favor of Krawina and, according to 2003 publications, both parties were advised to resolve the dispute out of court.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KunstHausWien

 

www.kunsthauswien.com/en/

 

kunsthauswien.com

 

El Museo Hundertwasser presenta la mayor colección del mundo del excepcional artista austriaco Friedensreich Hundertwasser (1928 – 2000). A solo unas calles de la «Hundertwasser Haus», junto al Canal del Danubio, podrá disfrutar en primera persona de su arquitectura única, por dentro y por fuera; además, podrá admirar y conocer su obra pictórica, bocetos arquitectónicos, trabajos gráficos y su compromiso con el medio ambiente en 365 días de sol y lluvia. En el primer «museo verde» de Viena, el visitante también descubre la visionaria actuación ecológica de Friedensreich Hundertwasser, que experimentó con el uso de tejados con vegetación e integró «árboles inquilinos» en la fachada. A partir de sus innovadoras ideas sobre ecología y política social, y a través de sus exposiciones extraordinarias, la Kunst Haus Wien se convierte en un lugar para la creatividad y de encuentro de artistas comprometidos, ocupados de forma crítica y visionaria con temas como la sostenibilidad, el cambio climático, el reciclaje, el urbanismo y la responsabilidad intergeneracional desde la perspectiva actual. La KUNST HAUS WIEN es una de las cinco atracciones turísticas más visitadas de Viena.

Además, la KUNST HAUS WIEN es el primer centro de Viena para exposiciones internacionales de fotografía y constituye una plataforma central para el encuentro de la escena de la fotografía austriaca. Desde su inauguración en 1991, se han presentado más de 90 propuestas artísticas diferentes, entre ellas, personalidades que han escrito la historia de la fotografía, como Annie Leibovitz, René Burri, Robert Mapplethorpe, Man Ray y Henri Cartier-Bresson. Las recientes retrospectivas de Rinko Kawauchi, Joel Meyerowitz o Martin Parr han sido aclamadas tanto por el público como por la prensa internacional.

 

www.kunsthauswien.com/es/

  

The KunstHausWien is a museum in Vienna, designed by the artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser. This museum in the Landstraße district houses the world's only permanent exhibition of Hundertwasser's works, and also hosts regular temporary exhibitions of other artists. The KunstHausWien operates as a private business and does not receive any government aid. In 2009 the KunstHausWien received 174,000 visitors.

The museum was created through the renovation of the 1892 building which housed the Thonet furniture factory (creator of the iconic bistro chair), in a style commensurate with Hundertwasser's art. It stands less than half a mile from the Hundertwasserhaus, a municipally owned apartment block also designed by Hundertwasser and completed in 1986. The renovation was planned by Hundertwasser himself and carried out from 1989-91 with sponsorship from BAWAG P.S.K. The museum was opened in April 1991. The KunstHausWien has a total exhibition area of 4,000 square meters. The two lower floors house the permanent exhibits. Temporary international exhibitions are held on the third and fourth floors.

The entire building is designed in typical Hundertwasser style, with wavy, undulating floors and a notable lack of straight lines. Bright, glaring colours are used throughout, and foliage abounds. There is a fountain in the foyer, and a restaurant with abundant plant life reminiscent of a winter garden. An unevenly winding staircase leads to the main part of the exhibition on the upper floors. To keep the rooms flooded with daylight, Hundertwasser, who was said to be fond of sunlight and therefore windows too, had a glass frontage built in front of the facade.

The museum was built in a traditional manner, but decorated with enamelled, checkerboard mosaics on the facade and adjacent sections. In contrast to Antonio Gaudí, Hundertwasser used symmetrical mosaic stones, carefully arranged. The size of each stone is likewise not accidental, which is rare for building-mounted mosaics that are not industrially manufactured. The mosaics cover only certain (non-load-bearing) parts of the surface, and contribute to the trademark features of the building: the incorporation of nearly every part of the facade into an overall picture, and the very deliberate concealment of the boundaries between floors.

In 2003 Hunderwasser's colleague and co-author professor Joseph Krawina initiated a lawsuit against the museum board, claiming violation of his rights to jointly created art. The national Supreme Civil Court (OGH) issued an injunction in favor of Krawina and, according to 2003 publications, both parties were advised to resolve the dispute out of court.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KunstHausWien

 

www.kunsthauswien.com/en/

 

kunsthauswien.com

 

El Museo Hundertwasser presenta la mayor colección del mundo del excepcional artista austriaco Friedensreich Hundertwasser (1928 – 2000). A solo unas calles de la «Hundertwasser Haus», junto al Canal del Danubio, podrá disfrutar en primera persona de su arquitectura única, por dentro y por fuera; además, podrá admirar y conocer su obra pictórica, bocetos arquitectónicos, trabajos gráficos y su compromiso con el medio ambiente en 365 días de sol y lluvia. En el primer «museo verde» de Viena, el visitante también descubre la visionaria actuación ecológica de Friedensreich Hundertwasser, que experimentó con el uso de tejados con vegetación e integró «árboles inquilinos» en la fachada. A partir de sus innovadoras ideas sobre ecología y política social, y a través de sus exposiciones extraordinarias, la Kunst Haus Wien se convierte en un lugar para la creatividad y de encuentro de artistas comprometidos, ocupados de forma crítica y visionaria con temas como la sostenibilidad, el cambio climático, el reciclaje, el urbanismo y la responsabilidad intergeneracional desde la perspectiva actual. La KUNST HAUS WIEN es una de las cinco atracciones turísticas más visitadas de Viena.

Además, la KUNST HAUS WIEN es el primer centro de Viena para exposiciones internacionales de fotografía y constituye una plataforma central para el encuentro de la escena de la fotografía austriaca. Desde su inauguración en 1991, se han presentado más de 90 propuestas artísticas diferentes, entre ellas, personalidades que han escrito la historia de la fotografía, como Annie Leibovitz, René Burri, Robert Mapplethorpe, Man Ray y Henri Cartier-Bresson. Las recientes retrospectivas de Rinko Kawauchi, Joel Meyerowitz o Martin Parr han sido aclamadas tanto por el público como por la prensa internacional.

 

www.kunsthauswien.com/es/

  

The KunstHausWien is a museum in Vienna, designed by the artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser. This museum in the Landstraße district houses the world's only permanent exhibition of Hundertwasser's works, and also hosts regular temporary exhibitions of other artists. The KunstHausWien operates as a private business and does not receive any government aid. In 2009 the KunstHausWien received 174,000 visitors.

The museum was created through the renovation of the 1892 building which housed the Thonet furniture factory (creator of the iconic bistro chair), in a style commensurate with Hundertwasser's art. It stands less than half a mile from the Hundertwasserhaus, a municipally owned apartment block also designed by Hundertwasser and completed in 1986. The renovation was planned by Hundertwasser himself and carried out from 1989-91 with sponsorship from BAWAG P.S.K. The museum was opened in April 1991. The KunstHausWien has a total exhibition area of 4,000 square meters. The two lower floors house the permanent exhibits. Temporary international exhibitions are held on the third and fourth floors.

The entire building is designed in typical Hundertwasser style, with wavy, undulating floors and a notable lack of straight lines. Bright, glaring colours are used throughout, and foliage abounds. There is a fountain in the foyer, and a restaurant with abundant plant life reminiscent of a winter garden. An unevenly winding staircase leads to the main part of the exhibition on the upper floors. To keep the rooms flooded with daylight, Hundertwasser, who was said to be fond of sunlight and therefore windows too, had a glass frontage built in front of the facade.

The museum was built in a traditional manner, but decorated with enamelled, checkerboard mosaics on the facade and adjacent sections. In contrast to Antonio Gaudí, Hundertwasser used symmetrical mosaic stones, carefully arranged. The size of each stone is likewise not accidental, which is rare for building-mounted mosaics that are not industrially manufactured. The mosaics cover only certain (non-load-bearing) parts of the surface, and contribute to the trademark features of the building: the incorporation of nearly every part of the facade into an overall picture, and the very deliberate concealment of the boundaries between floors.

In 2003 Hunderwasser's colleague and co-author professor Joseph Krawina initiated a lawsuit against the museum board, claiming violation of his rights to jointly created art. The national Supreme Civil Court (OGH) issued an injunction in favor of Krawina and, according to 2003 publications, both parties were advised to resolve the dispute out of court.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KunstHausWien

 

www.kunsthauswien.com/en/

  

O Museu do Amanhã é um museu construído no município do Rio de Janeiro, no Brasil. O prédio, projeto do arquiteto espanhol Santiago Calatrava, foi erguido ao lado da Praça Mauá, na zona portuária (mais precisamente no Píer Mauá). Sua construção teve o apoio da Fundação Roberto Marinho e teve o custo total de cerca de 230 milhões de reais. O edifício foi inaugurado em 17 de dezembro de 2015 recebeu cerca de 25 mil visitantes em seu primeiro final de semana de funcionamento.

O antigo píer desativado passou a abrigar uma construção pós-moderna, orgânica e sustentável que, atualmente, é um ícone da identidade local e cultural da cidade do Rio de Janeiro. A proposta da instituição é ser um museu de artes e ciências, além de contar com mostras que alertam sobre os perigos das mudanças climáticas, da degradação ambiental e do colapso social. O edifício conta com espinhas solares que se movem ao longo da claraboia, projetadas para adaptar-se às mudanças das condições ambientais. A exposição principal é majoritariamente digital e foca em ideias ao invés de objetos.[1] O museu tem parcerias com importantes universidades brasileiras e instituições científicas globais e coleta de dados em tempo real sobre o clima e a população de agências espaciais e das Nações Unidas. A instituição também tem consultores de várias áreas, como astronautas, cientistas sociais e climatologistas.

Como uma das âncoras do projeto de revitalização urbana chamado Porto Maravilha, o museu recebeu, em 2015, como doação antes de sua inauguração, a escultura Puffed Star II, do renomado artista norte-americano Frank Stella. O trabalho consiste de uma estrela de vinte pontas e seis metros de diâmetro que foi instalado no espelho d'água do museu, em frente à Baía de Guanabara. A escultura metálica, antes da doação para acervo permanente a céu aberto do museu, esteve em exposição na cidade de Nova York.

Um dos objetivos da construção do museu foi fortalecer a identidade cultural e internacional da cidade do Rio de Janeiro. A cidade do Cristo Redentorsempre foi muito conhecida pelas suas praias e eventos, como o carnaval, mas havia a necessidade do fortalecimento da paradiplomacia cultural. Outras cidades, como Londres e Paris, também são muito conhecidas por seus acervos culturais.[4] O Museu foi apresentado como um ícone da reurbanização da zona portuária.

 

Texto: pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Museu_do_Amanh%C3%A3

  

The Museum of Tomorrow (Portuguese: Museu do Amanhã) is a science museum in the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. It was designed by Spanish neofuturistic architect Santiago Calatrava, and built next to the waterfront at Pier Maua. Its construction was supported by the Roberto Marinho Foundation and cost approximately 230 million reais. The building was opened on December 17, 2015.

The main exhibition takes visitors through five main areas: Cosmos, Earth, Anthropocene, Tomorrow and Us via a number of experiments and experiences. This intricate yet captivating museum mixes science with an innovative design to focus on sustainable cities and an ecological world.

The museum is part of the city's port area renewal for the 2016 Summer Olympics.

 

Text: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Museum_of_Tomorrow

  

El Museo del Mañana es un museo de ciencias situado en la ciudad de Río de Janeiro, Brasil. Fue diseñado por el arquitecto español Santiago Calatrava y construido junto al mar en el Muelle Maua. Su construcción fue financiada por la Fundación Roberto Marinho y costó aproximadamente 230 millones de reales. El edificio fue inaugurado el 17 de diciembre de 2015.

La exposición principal lleva a los visitantes a través de cinco zonas principales: Cosmos, Tierra, Antropoceno, Mañana y Ahora mediante varios experimentos y experiencias. El museo mezcla la ciencia con un diseño innovador para centrarse en ciudades sostenibles.

 

Financiado por el ayuntamiento de Río con el apoyo de patrocinadores, el edificio intenta establecer nuevos estándares de sostenibilidad en la ciudad. Comparado con edificios convencionales, sus diseñadores dicen que usa un 40% menos de energía (incluido el 9% de la energía que consume que obtiene del sol), y el sistema de refrigeración aprovecha el agua profunda de la cercana Bahía de Guanabara. La estructura parece destinada a ser una de las atracciones turísticas más importantes de Río. Sus «espinas solares» y el lucernario con forma de ventilador han sido diseñados de manera que el edificio se pueda adaptar a las cambiantes condiciones ambientales.

 

El museo tiene asociaciones con las principales universidades de Brasil y muchas instituciones científicas internacionales y obtiene datos en tiempo real sobre clima y población de agencias espaciales y de las Naciones Unidas. También ha contratado a consultores de varios de campos relacionados, incluidos astronautas, expertos en ciencias sociales y meteorólogos. Se sitúa junto al mar en una zona portuaria que estuvo abandonada durante décadas y actualmente está siendo renovada con nuevos edificios de oficinas, apartamentos y restaurantes. El museo forma parte del proyecto de renovación de la zona portuaria de la ciudad para las Olimpiadas de 2016.

 

Text: es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Museu_do_Amanh%C3%A3

  

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PSYCOGRAPHIC TARGETING: Facebook provides the data used to launch psychological warfare against the People:

 

Your Facebook page isn’t as much of a produce as it is a lure to get you to sign the Agreement giving Facebook complete access to your computer and smart phone usage. With this information Facebook facilitates Psychographic targeting of populations. The data is massaged not only to ascertain members of the masses likes and dislikes but more importantly delves is into manipulating target members be ascertain their decision-makings susceptibility to informational stimulus and otherwise emotion appeals.

 

It’s a technique Taxpayers’ paid the Pentagon to perfect so that countries ripe for raping could have their people facilitate the process by bombarding them with precisely the appeals need to clinch their complicity. Call it the data driven warfare or phycological warfare that typically complements economic and military warfare. For instance, Trump, Facebook and Cambridge Analytica banded together to secure Trump’s election and using the similar techniques will probably secure Trump’s re-election. There is talk that it made BREXIT possible and then there is Brazil, Iran, Bolivia, and countless other likely targets.

 

It’s conceivable that some sellers of conventional military weapons are using psychographic targeting (together with a few select murders) to cause war and social unrest within a population order to stimulate sales of gun and rockets, as well as get at a countries mineral resources in the midst of the resulting chaos.

 

Quote: “The founder of Blackwater, or their CEO, Erik Prince, was also an investor in Cambridge Analytica. So he profits from arm sales around the world, and military contracts, and has been accused of causing the unnecessary death of civilians in very many different wartime situations. He was one of the investors in Cambridge Analytica and their new company, Emerdata. And so, I should be very concerned, and everyone should be very concerned, about the weaponization of our data by people that are actually experts in selling weapons.”

 

Military contractors now include Big Data and Cambridge Analytica like that massage data in order to manipulate the masses\govts out of their wealth and their populations into their servitude. Make no mistake, one of the approaches’ most visible effect is on election outcomes but commercialization of the trade of psychographic targeting makes it available to Big Oil and others.

 

Facebook and Psychographic targeting firms and the People who pay for their services are getting the masses to make decisions against their best interests.

 

““Democracy For Sale”: Cambridge Analytica & Big Tech’s History of Manipulating Elections”

 

www.democracynow.org/2020/1/10/2020_election_digital_mani...

 

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“The Weaponization of Data: Cambridge Analytica, Information Warfare & the 2016 Election of Trump”

 

www.democracynow.org/2020/1/10/defense_contractors_are_us...

 

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“Noam Chomsky: America Has Built a Global Dystopia”

 

www.truthdig.com/articles/noam-chomsky-america-has-built-...

 

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“Explosive report indicates that Donald Trump's loans from Deutsche Bank were backed by Russia”

 

www.dailykos.com/stories/2020/1/3/1909205/-Explosive-repo...

 

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“The only winner of the US-Iran showdown is Russia”

 

www.brookings.edu/blog/order-from-chaos/2020/01/09/the-on...

 

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Win-win?:

 

“WSJ: Trump Assassinated Iran’s General To Shore Up Acquittal Support In Senate”

 

mavenroundtable.io/theintellectualist/news/wsj-trump-assa...

 

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“Trump is close to committing a massive war crime in Afghanistan”

 

www.thenation.com/article/trump-war-criminal/?fbclid=IwAR...

 

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“The great dismantling of America's national parks is under way”

 

www.theguardian.com/environment/2020/jan/10/us-national-p...

 

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As the parasitic billionaire class is fond of saying: If you don’t like the law, then pay to have it changed,…and abracadabra Trump can’t be impeached.

 

“McConnell Backs Resolution to Change Senate Rules and Dismiss Trump Impeachment”

 

truthout.org/articles/mcconnell-backs-resolution-to-chang...

  

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As goes America, so goes Brazil:

 

“"Communities are being poisoned in Brazil," says UN rapporteur... - Veja mais em

noticias.uol.com.br/colunas/jamil-chade/2020/01/11/relato...

 

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“ARMY VETERAN CLAIMS PROSTHETIC LEGS REPOSSESSED AFTER VA REFUSED TO PAY FOR THEM: 'MEDICARE DID NOT SEND ME TO VIETNAM'”

 

www.newsweek.com/army-veteran-has-prosthetic-legs-reposse...

 

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“Retro 2019: How was the fight against social inequality around the world... - Veja mais em"

 

www.uol.com.br/ecoa/ultimas-noticias/2019/12/28/retro-201...

 

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NC voter ID law with ‘discriminatory intent’ says judge who just blocked it”

 

www.newsobserver.com/news/politics-government/election/ar...

 

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“GOP Lawmakers hire attorneys to defend the Legislature from a federal lawsuit trying to stop 234,000 Wisconsinites – who MAY have moved – from being purged from voter rolls in 2020. Not only do Republicans stand to benefit politically from the measure, they are making you pay to defend it.” January 2 – 8, 2020 “Isthmus” weekly newspaper Madison, WI

 

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“Water Bandits”

 

“How one company almost got away with draining the Mojave Desert”

 

earthjustice.org/features/mojave-national-monument-water-...

 

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“Climate crisis linked to at least 15 $1bn-plus disasters in 2019”

 

www.theguardian.com/world/2019/dec/27/climate-crisis-link...

 

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“Australia Found a Way to Save Water From Plastic Pollution and We Can Start Doing the Same”

 

www.healthyfoodhouse.com/australia-found-a-way-to-save-wa...

 

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Blah, blah, same conservative playbook used in America is put to use by Bolsonaro, this example one of “small” government based on number of people employed because Bolsonaro’s government is a huge colossus if size where measured by cash and other sweetheart corporate welfare given out:

 

“Bolsonaro extinguishes over 27,000 effective positions and ends SUS health agent program"

 

“The text also prohibits the holding of public competitions for various positions of educational institutions linked to the Ministry of Education.”

 

revistaforum.com.br/politica/bolsonaro/bolsonaro-extingue...

 

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“Stop Ecocide: The legacy of Polly Higgins”

 

www.youtube.com/watch?v=VNuUjJOxprA&feature=youtu.be&...

 

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“Beware Of Anonymous Republicans 'Concerned' About McConnell's Impeachment Plans”

 

crooksandliars.com/2019/12/beware-anonymous-republicans-c...

 

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“Sanders Polling Surge Forces Democratic Establishment to Take Him Seriously”

 

truthout.org/articles/sanders-polling-surge-forces-democr...

 

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“Governor and two mayors of Guaviare must pay more than $ 1.4 billion fine to allow deforestation”

 

“The Corporation for Sustainable Development of the North and the Amazon East (CDA) imposed a million dollar sanction on the departmental administration, as well as the municipalities of Calamar and Miraflores, for the environmental damage caused by the construction of a 138-kilometer road.”

 

sostenibilidad.semana.com/impacto/articulo/gobernador-y-d...

 

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“World's richest 500 people saw their wealth jump 25 percent in 2019”

 

thehill.com/policy/finance/476103-worlds-richest-500-peop...

 

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“Big Oil spent $3.6 billion to clean up its image, and it’s working”

 

grist.org/energy/big-oil-spent-3-6-billion-on-climate-ads...

 

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“Ivanka Trump reportedly advocated for a tax break she and Jared Kushner could profit from”

 

www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2018/12/12/18137834/jared...

 

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“They warn about the restart of deforestation in Natural National Parks”

 

“Spokesmen of the Grand Alliance against Deforestation called for the felling of forests that occurs in several natural reserves in the country despite the rainy season is not over yet.”

 

sostenibilidad.semana.com/impacto/articulo/advierten-sobr...

 

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“Jeff Bezos would pay $9 billion a year in wealth taxes under Bernie Sanders’ plan”

 

www.cnbc.com/2019/09/24/jeff-bezos-would-pay-9-billion-a-...

 

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“Nearly 500 million animals killed in Australian bushfires, experts fear”

 

Read my lips: Nature is going to lay waste to humans when our time comes, and its coming fast

 

“8,000 koalas burned alive.”

 

“This is not an isolated event. These "natural" disasters are happening worldwide at exponential frequency. That means each year we don't act, there will be exponential devastation and consequences down the road. No more business as usual”

 

>>> rebellion.global/

www.standard.co.uk/news/world/australian-bushfires-new-so...

 

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“Kellyanne Conway violated the Hatch Act 60 times, ethics watchdog claims in new lawsuit”

 

www.newsweek.com/ethics-watchdog-files-lawsuit-over-kelly...

 

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Environmental Professionals:

 

“What is a Causal Loop Diagram and What is it Good For?”

 

www.marketlinks.org/post/what-causal-loop-diagram-and-wha...

 

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“It's Corporate Media, 'Moderate' Democrats, and the Oligarchy vs. Bernie Sanders and a Movement”

 

www.commondreams.org/views/2019/12/23/its-corporate-media...

 

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“Russia-China-Iran hold FIRST EVER joint naval drills in Indian Ocean & Gulf of Oman (VIDEO)”

 

www.rt.com/news/476983-russia-china-iran-drills/?fbclid=I...

 

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“Going backwards in the ‘race for 5G’”

 

www.brookings.edu/blog/techtank/2019/12/20/going-backward...

 

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“Lava Jato destroyed Brazilian construction companies to deliver construction work to US contractors”

 

“The governments of Brazil and the United States signed a memorandum on August 1, 2019, to hand over billionaires of US infrastructure to US construction companies.”

 

portalclubedeengenharia.org.br/2019/08/03/a-lava-jato-des...

 

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“Congolese Asylum Seeker Died in Border Patrol Custody on Christmas Day”

 

www.democracynow.org/2019/12/27/headlines/congolese_asylu...

 

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Privatization and Deregulation both act to raise the basic cost of living and lower the quality of the underlying good or service:

 

“Processed Meat Recalls Rise Dramatically as Consumers Bite Down on Metal, Plastic and Glass”

 

www.organicconsumers.org/news/processed-meat-recalls-rise...

 

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“Democrats need to prepare Americans for a Trump-induced financial meltdown”

 

www.dailykos.com/stories/2019/12/29/1907816/-Democrats-ne...

 

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““There’s a hundred beautiful women and ten guys. 'Look, how cool are we?’ I mean, it was great.” —Roger Stone”

 

“The Trump Files: Donald’s Creepy Poolside Parties in Florida”

 

www.motherjones.com/politics/2016/09/trump-files-donalds-...

 

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“Utah hunters killed 20 rare trumpeter swans by accident this year. Here’s why that matters.”

 

www.sltrib.com/news/environment/2019/12/29/utah-hunters-k...

 

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“A neuroscientist explains why Christian evangelicals are hardwired to believe Donald Trump’s lies”

 

www.alternet.org/2019/12/neuroscientist-explains-why-chri...

 

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“US Supermarkets Are Doing Bulk Food All Wrong”

civileats.com/2019/10/28/us-supermarkets-are-doing-bulk-f...

 

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“The Most Disturbing Environmental Statistic of the Decade”

 

www.truthdig.com/articles/the-most-disturbing-environment...

 

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“Why Independent Farming in America Is Close to Extinction”

 

theheartysoul.com/why-independent-farming-in-america-is-c...

 

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“How to Win the Fight Against Plastic”

 

therevelator.org/plastic-movie-stuff/?fbclid=IwAR1l7tgwf5...

 

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There is nothing efficient about building something that won't stand up to the elements:

 

“Trump to Exclude Climate Crisis Impacts From Infrastructure Planning”

 

www.ecowatch.com/trump-exclude-climate-crisis-2644276067....

 

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“Law, Order, and Repression in Greece”

 

“Athens’s Exarcheia neighborhood has long been known as a center of political dissent. But the incoming right-wing government’s attacks on its “lawlessness” are a bid to whip up moral panic — and the pretext for a massive extension of police power.”

 

The Greek head of state was just in Washington meeting with Trump

 

jacobinmag.com/2019/12/exarcheia-greece-athens-squats-pol...

 

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This is how you bankrupt a country so you can switch to a creditor\debtor type relationship to circumvent government. It also has worked on cities in America:

 

“New analysis of Trump and Republican tax breaks shows tons of corporations paying nothing in taxes”

 

www.dailykos.com/stories/2019/12/26/1906272/-New-analysis...

 

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Rancher welfare is killing the West:

 

“You have constantly heard that wild horses are destroying everything. Think again. New gathered data tells a different story!”

 

“Who’s overgrazing BLM lands? Subsidized livestock. BLM data shows it.”

 

dailypitchfork.org/?p=1417&fbclid=IwAR1vxDjJyI_DOdd9R...

 

Uno de los fenómenos naturales únicos de Mallorca. Ses Fonts Ufanes es desde el año 2001, Monumento Natural. El fenómeno hidrológico se produce en la finca Gabelli, cerca de la Ermita de Sant Miquel en Campanet, A final de año brotan en el encinar de la finca unas fuentes que llegan a tener un caudal en ocasiones excepcionales de 100.000 litros por segundo, Sin duda un fenómeno para no perderse si vienes a Mallorca y tienes la suerte de que se produzca pues solo ocurre de una a tres o cuatro veces al año.

 

"MIHOUSE es el prototipo de vivienda social adaptable a contextos tropicales propuesto por la Universidad de San Buenaventura Cali en unión con la Universidad Autónoma de Occidente ante el Solar Decatlón para América Latina y el Caribe 2015."

El museo ICO, propone un recorrido cronológico por la obra del insigne arquitecto madrileño, que revitalizó la arquitectura de la segunda mitad del siglo XX en España.

 

Fernando Higueras, entendía que la arquitectura, debía promover la armonía entre el hábitat humano y su entorno natural, un precursor de la sostenibilidad. Una de sus obras más representativas, “La Corona de Espinas.”

El simbolismo del edificio, su carácter, el sistema constructivo, la belleza y complejidad de sus espacios, el idealismo, la armonía y la perfección del mismo, hacen de él una de las obras más significativas de la Arquitectura Española.

Para ver más de este edificio ir a mi video

vimeo.com/335702206

The ICO museum offers a chronological tour of the work of the famous Madrid architect, who revitalized the architecture of the second half of the 20th century in Spain.

 

Fernando Higueras, understood that architecture, should promote harmony between the human habitat and its natural environment, a precursor of sustainability. One of his most representative works, "The Crown of Thorns."

The symbolism of the building, its character, the constructive system, the beauty and complexity of its spaces, the idealism, harmony and perfection of it, make it one of the most significant works of Spanish architecture.

To see more of this building go to my video

vimeo.com/335702206

  

Warning

You are free to comment or not, my photograph, but if you do,

please do not attach any of those big and ugly logos, because I'll probably send it to the trash. All the best. agustin ruiz

 

[ENG] In the photographic exhibition “s.m.a.r.t. Paths towards sustainability" of PhotoEspaña 2018 presented at the Royal Botanical Garden of Madrid.

 

[ESP] En la exposición fotográfica “s.m.a.r.t. Caminos hacia la sostenibilidad” de “PhotoEspaña 2018” presentada en el Real Jardín Botánico de Madrid.

 

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El museo ICO, propone un recorrido cronológico por la obra del insigne arquitecto madrileño, que revitalizó la arquitectura de la segunda mitad del siglo XX en España.

 

Fernando Higueras, entendía que la arquitectura, debía promover la armonía entre el hábitat humano y su entorno natural, un precursor de la sostenibilidad. Una de sus obras más representativas, “La Corona de Espinas.”

El simbolismo del edificio, su carácter, el sistema constructivo, la belleza y complejidad de sus espacios, el idealismo, la armonía y la perfección del mismo, hacen de él una de las obras más significativas de la Arquitectura Española.

Para ver más de este edificio ir a mi video

vimeo.com/335702206

The ICO museum offers a chronological tour of the work of the famous Madrid architect, who revitalized the architecture of the second half of the 20th century in Spain.

 

Fernando Higueras, understood that architecture, should promote harmony between the human habitat and its natural environment, a precursor of sustainability. One of his most representative works, "The Crown of Thorns."

The symbolism of the building, its character, the constructive system, the beauty and complexity of its spaces, the idealism, harmony and perfection of it, make it one of the most significant works of Spanish architecture.

To see more of this building go to my video

vimeo.com/335702206

  

Warning

You are free to comment or not, my photograph, but if you do,

please do not attach any of those big and ugly logos, because I'll probably send it to the trash. All the best. agustin ruiz

  

El museo ICO, propone un recorrido cronológico por la obra del insigne arquitecto madrileño, que revitalizó la arquitectura de la segunda mitad del siglo XX en España.

 

Fernando Higueras, entendía que la arquitectura, debía promover la armonía entre el hábitat humano y su entorno natural, un precursor de la sostenibilidad. Una de sus obras más representativas, “La Corona de Espinas.”

El simbolismo del edificio, su carácter, el sistema constructivo, la belleza y complejidad de sus espacios, el idealismo, la armonía y la perfección del mismo, hacen de él una de las obras más significativas de la Arquitectura Española.

Para ver más de este edificio ir a mi video

vimeo.com/335702206

The ICO museum offers a chronological tour of the work of the famous Madrid architect, who revitalized the architecture of the second half of the 20th century in Spain.

 

Fernando Higueras, understood that architecture, should promote harmony between the human habitat and its natural environment, a precursor of sustainability. One of his most representative works, "The Crown of Thorns."

The symbolism of the building, its character, the constructive system, the beauty and complexity of its spaces, the idealism, harmony and perfection of it, make it one of the most significant works of Spanish architecture.

To see more of this building go to my video

vimeo.com/335702206

  

Warning

You are free to comment or not, my photograph, but if you do,

please do not attach any of those big and ugly logos, because I'll probably send it to the trash. All the best. agustin ruiz

 

El museo ICO, propone un recorrido cronológico por la obra del insigne arquitecto madrileño, que revitalizó la arquitectura de la segunda mitad del siglo XX en España.

 

Fernando Higueras, entendía que la arquitectura, debía promover la armonía entre el hábitat humano y su entorno natural, un precursor de la sostenibilidad. Una de sus obras más representativas, “La Corona de Espinas.”

El simbolismo del edificio, su carácter, el sistema constructivo, la belleza y complejidad de sus espacios, el idealismo, la armonía y la perfección del mismo, hacen de él una de las obras más significativas de la Arquitectura Española.

Para ver más de este edificio ir a mi video

vimeo.com/335702206

The ICO museum offers a chronological tour of the work of the famous Madrid architect, who revitalized the architecture of the second half of the 20th century in Spain.

 

Fernando Higueras, understood that architecture, should promote harmony between the human habitat and its natural environment, a precursor of sustainability. One of his most representative works, "The Crown of Thorns."

The symbolism of the building, its character, the constructive system, the beauty and complexity of its spaces, the idealism, harmony and perfection of it, make it one of the most significant works of Spanish architecture.

To see more of this building go to my video

vimeo.com/335702206

  

Warning

You are free to comment or not, my photograph, but if you do,

please do not attach any of those big and ugly logos, because I'll probably send it to the trash. All the best. agustin ruiz

 

El museo ICO, propone un recorrido cronológico por la obra del insigne arquitecto madrileño, que revitalizó la arquitectura de la segunda mitad del siglo XX en España.

 

Fernando Higueras, entendía que la arquitectura, debía promover la armonía entre el hábitat humano y su entorno natural, un precursor de la sostenibilidad. Una de sus obras más representativas, “La Corona de Espinas.”

El simbolismo del edificio, su carácter, el sistema constructivo, la belleza y complejidad de sus espacios, el idealismo, la armonía y la perfección del mismo, hacen de él una de las obras más significativas de la Arquitectura Española.

Para ver más de este edificio ir a mi video

vimeo.com/335702206

The ICO museum offers a chronological tour of the work of the famous Madrid architect, who revitalized the architecture of the second half of the 20th century in Spain.

 

Fernando Higueras, understood that architecture, should promote harmony between the human habitat and its natural environment, a precursor of sustainability. One of his most representative works, "The Crown of Thorns."

The symbolism of the building, its character, the constructive system, the beauty and complexity of its spaces, the idealism, harmony and perfection of it, make it one of the most significant works of Spanish architecture.

To see more of this building go to my video

vimeo.com/335702206

  

Warning

You are free to comment or not, my photograph, but if you do,

please do not attach any of those big and ugly logos, because I'll probably send it to the trash. All the best. agustin ruiz

 

El museo ICO, propone un recorrido cronológico por la obra del insigne arquitecto madrileño, que revitalizó la arquitectura de la segunda mitad del siglo XX en España.

 

Fernando Higueras, entendía que la arquitectura, debía promover la armonía entre el hábitat humano y su entorno natural, un precursor de la sostenibilidad. Una de sus obras más representativas, “La Corona de Espinas.”

El simbolismo del edificio, su carácter, el sistema constructivo, la belleza y complejidad de sus espacios, el idealismo, la armonía y la perfección del mismo, hacen de él una de las obras más significativas de la Arquitectura Española.

Para ver más de este edificio ir a mi video

vimeo.com/335702206

The ICO museum offers a chronological tour of the work of the famous Madrid architect, who revitalized the architecture of the second half of the 20th century in Spain.

 

Fernando Higueras, understood that architecture, should promote harmony between the human habitat and its natural environment, a precursor of sustainability. One of his most representative works, "The Crown of Thorns."

The symbolism of the building, its character, the constructive system, the beauty and complexity of its spaces, the idealism, harmony and perfection of it, make it one of the most significant works of Spanish architecture.

To see more of this building go to my video

vimeo.com/335702206

  

Warning

You are free to comment or not, my photograph, but if you do,

please do not attach any of those big and ugly logos, because I'll probably send it to the trash. All the best. agustin ruiz

 

El museo ICO, propone un recorrido cronológico por la obra del insigne arquitecto madrileño, que revitalizó la arquitectura de la segunda mitad del siglo XX en España.

 

Fernando Higueras, entendía que la arquitectura, debía promover la armonía entre el hábitat humano y su entorno natural, un precursor de la sostenibilidad. Una de sus obras más representativas, “La Corona de Espinas.”

El simbolismo del edificio, su carácter, el sistema constructivo, la belleza y complejidad de sus espacios, el idealismo, la armonía y la perfección del mismo, hacen de él una de las obras más significativas de la Arquitectura Española.

Para ver más de este edificio ir a mi video

vimeo.com/335702206

The ICO museum offers a chronological tour of the work of the famous Madrid architect, who revitalized the architecture of the second half of the 20th century in Spain.

 

Fernando Higueras, understood that architecture, should promote harmony between the human habitat and its natural environment, a precursor of sustainability. One of his most representative works, "The Crown of Thorns."

The symbolism of the building, its character, the constructive system, the beauty and complexity of its spaces, the idealism, harmony and perfection of it, make it one of the most significant works of Spanish architecture.

To see more of this building go to my video

vimeo.com/335702206

  

Warning

You are free to comment or not, my photograph, but if you do,

please do not attach any of those big and ugly logos, because I'll probably send it to the trash. All the best. agustin ruiz

 

Guainía!! Enamorada.

Here you can find the total special from this magic place...

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(Sustainability version)

 

Si estás de paso...

(Versión Sostenibilidad)

 

Si vous êtes de passage...

(Version Durabilité)

 

Se voce estiver passando...

(Versão Sustentabilidade)

1/3. Defensem l'horta.

 

Vaja, no han arribat a la final.

  

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tratado sobre la sostenibilidad del abismo; persigo y persisto en el silencio sumiso.

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World Water Day has been observed on 22 March since 1993 when the United Nations General Assembly declared 22 March as "World Day for Water".

This day was first formally proposed in Agenda 21 of the 1992 United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Observance began in 1993 and has grown significantly ever since; for the general public to show support, it is encouraged for the public to not use their taps throughout the whole day. The day has also become a popular Facebook and Twitter trend.

The UN and its member nations devote this day to implementing UN recommendations and promoting concrete activities within their countries regarding the world's water resources. Each year, one of various UN agencies involved in water issues takes the lead in promoting and coordinating international activities for World Water Day. Since its inception in 2003, UN-Water has been responsible for selecting the theme, messages and lead UN agency for the World Day for Water.

In addition to the UN member states, a number of NGOs promoting clean water and sustainable aquatic habitats have used World Day for Water as a time to focus public attention on the critical water issues of our era. Every three years since 1997, for instance, the World Water Council has drawn thousands to participate in its World Water Forum during the week of World Day for Water. Participating agencies and NGOs have highlighted issues such as a billion people being without access to safe water for drinking and the role of gender in family access to safe water. In 2003, 2006, 2009, and 2012 the UN World Water Development Report was launched on the occasion of the World Water Day.

 

Spanish

El Día Mundial del Agua fue propuesto en la Conferencia de las Naciones Unidas para el Medio Ambiente y el Desarrollo efectuada en Río de Janeiro, Brasil del 3 al 14 de junio del año 1992. Después de la cual, la Asamblea General de las Naciones Unidas adoptó el 22 de diciembre de 1992 la resolución A/RES/47/193 que declaró el 22 de marzo de cada año como Día Mundial del Agua.

Celebración

Se invitó a participar de actividades relacionadas con la conservación y el desarrollo de los recursos hídricos, apelando a la puesta en práctica de las recomendaciones de la Conferencia de las Naciones Unidas sobre Medio Ambiente y Desarrollo contenidas en el Capítulo 18 (Recursos de Agua Dulce) de la Agenda 21.

 

El tema del Día Mundial del Agua de 2015 es: «Agua y Desarrollo Sostenible».

La humanidad necesita agua

Una gota de agua es flexible. Una gota de agua es poderosa. Una gota de agua es más necesaria que nunca.

El agua es un elemento esencial del desarrollo sostenible. Los recursos hídricos, y la gama de servicios que prestan, juegan un papel clave en la reducción de la pobreza, el crecimiento económico y la sostenibilidad ambiental. El agua propicia el bienestar de la población y el crecimiento inclusivo, y tiene un impacto positivo en la vida de miles de millones de personas, al incidir en cuestiones que afectan a la seguridad alimentaria y energética, la salud humana y al medio ambiente.

 

Portuguese

O Dia Mundial da Água foi criado pela Assembleia Geral da Organização das Nações Unidas através da resolução A/RES/47/193 de 21 de Fevereiro de 1993,1 declarando todo o dia 22 de Março de cada ano como sendo o Dia Mundial das Águas (DMA), para ser observado a partir de 1993, de acordo com as recomendações da Conferência das Nações Unidas sobre Meio Ambiente e Desenvolvimento contidas no capítulo 18 (Recursos hídricos) da Agenda 21.

Nesse período vários Estados foram convidados, como se fosse mais apropriado no contexto nacional, a realizar no Dia, atividades concretas que promovam a conscientização pública através de publicações e difusão de documentários e a organização de conferências, mesas redondas, seminários e exposições relacionadas à conservação e desenvolvimento dos recursos hídricos e/ou a implementação das recomendações proposta pela Agenda 21. A cada ano, uma agência diferente das Nações Unidas produz um kit para imprensa sobre o DMA que é distribuído nas redes de agências contatadas. Este kit tem como objetivos, além de focar a atenção nas necessidades, entre outras, de:

Tocar assuntos relacionados a problemas de abastecimento de água potável;

Aumentar a consciência pública sobre a importância de conservação, preservação e proteção da água, fontes e suprimentos de água potável;

Aumentar a consciência dos governos, de agências internacionais, organizações não-governamentais e setor privado.

 

Wikipedia

Exposición: Lisboa, Faro del Mundo - Alquimia Digital

228/365 Planta de Bioetanol

 

Día 16 de Febrero

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English

World Water Day has been observed on 22 March since 1993 when the United Nations General Assembly declared 22 March as "World Day for Water".

This day was first formally proposed in Agenda 21 of the 1992 United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Observance began in 1993 and has grown significantly ever since; for the general public to show support, it is encouraged for the public to not use their taps throughout the whole day. The day has also become a popular Facebook and Twitter trend.

The UN and its member nations devote this day to implementing UN recommendations and promoting concrete activities within their countries regarding the world's water resources. Each year, one of various UN agencies involved in water issues takes the lead in promoting and coordinating international activities for World Water Day. Since its inception in 2003, UN-Water has been responsible for selecting the theme, messages and lead UN agency for the World Day for Water.

In addition to the UN member states, a number of NGOs promoting clean water and sustainable aquatic habitats have used World Day for Water as a time to focus public attention on the critical water issues of our era. Every three years since 1997, for instance, the World Water Council has drawn thousands to participate in its World Water Forum during the week of World Day for Water. Participating agencies and NGOs have highlighted issues such as a billion people being without access to safe water for drinking and the role of gender in family access to safe water. In 2003, 2006, 2009, and 2012 the UN World Water Development Report was launched on the occasion of the World Water Day.

 

Spanish

El Día Mundial del Agua fue propuesto en la Conferencia de las Naciones Unidas para el Medio Ambiente y el Desarrollo efectuada en Río de Janeiro, Brasil del 3 al 14 de junio del año 1992. Después de la cual, la Asamblea General de las Naciones Unidas adoptó el 22 de diciembre de 1992 la resolución A/RES/47/193 que declaró el 22 de marzo de cada año como Día Mundial del Agua.

Celebración

Se invitó a participar de actividades relacionadas con la conservación y el desarrollo de los recursos hídricos, apelando a la puesta en práctica de las recomendaciones de la Conferencia de las Naciones Unidas sobre Medio Ambiente y Desarrollo contenidas en el Capítulo 18 (Recursos de Agua Dulce) de la Agenda 21.

 

El tema del Día Mundial del Agua de 2015 es: «Agua y Desarrollo Sostenible».

La humanidad necesita agua

Una gota de agua es flexible. Una gota de agua es poderosa. Una gota de agua es más necesaria que nunca.

El agua es un elemento esencial del desarrollo sostenible. Los recursos hídricos, y la gama de servicios que prestan, juegan un papel clave en la reducción de la pobreza, el crecimiento económico y la sostenibilidad ambiental. El agua propicia el bienestar de la población y el crecimiento inclusivo, y tiene un impacto positivo en la vida de miles de millones de personas, al incidir en cuestiones que afectan a la seguridad alimentaria y energética, la salud humana y al medio ambiente.

 

Portuguese

O Dia Mundial da Água foi criado pela Assembleia Geral da Organização das Nações Unidas através da resolução A/RES/47/193 de 21 de Fevereiro de 1993,1 declarando todo o dia 22 de Março de cada ano como sendo o Dia Mundial das Águas (DMA), para ser observado a partir de 1993, de acordo com as recomendações da Conferência das Nações Unidas sobre Meio Ambiente e Desenvolvimento contidas no capítulo 18 (Recursos hídricos) da Agenda 21.

Nesse período vários Estados foram convidados, como se fosse mais apropriado no contexto nacional, a realizar no Dia, atividades concretas que promovam a conscientização pública através de publicações e difusão de documentários e a organização de conferências, mesas redondas, seminários e exposições relacionadas à conservação e desenvolvimento dos recursos hídricos e/ou a implementação das recomendações proposta pela Agenda 21. A cada ano, uma agência diferente das Nações Unidas produz um kit para imprensa sobre o DMA que é distribuído nas redes de agências contatadas. Este kit tem como objetivos, além de focar a atenção nas necessidades, entre outras, de:

Tocar assuntos relacionados a problemas de abastecimento de água potável;

Aumentar a consciência pública sobre a importância de conservação, preservação e proteção da água, fontes e suprimentos de água potável;

Aumentar a consciência dos governos, de agências internacionais, organizações não-governamentais e setor privado.

 

Wikipedia

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