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I visited the "Pinakothek der Moderne" on November 15 and took several Fotos of a wonderful Glass Arts Exhibition called:

Murano. Milano. Venezia. Glass

Pinakothek der Moderne

08.08.2016 ‐ 20.11.2016

 

The Items exhibited are of most impressive Beauty and I do hope that my Series is able to transfer this Flow of Beauty to my Flickr Friends. More Fotos to follow during the next weeks on a non-regular Basis. I did use the Sony Alpha A7 Mark 2 with the following Lenses:

Leitz/Leica SUMMILUX 1.4/50mm

Leitz/Leica SUMMILUX 1.4/75mm

Leitz/Leica ELMARIT 2.8/135mm

All handheld, no Tripod, manual Focus.

Press L to zoom in.

 

Some more Info regarding the Exhibition:

The international exhibitions held at the Triennale di Milano and the Biennale di Venezia are barometers of the most significant developments in twentieth century contemporary design and art. It is therefore no coincidence that Murano glass regularly attracts awards at both Milan and Venice. Having resurrected a range of centuries-old techniques, glassmakers such as A.V.E.M, Archimede Seguso, Barovier & Toso, and Venini learned to apply this knowledge in new and ingenious ways. Their work is a synthesis of the master glassmakers’ craftsmanship and the designers’ artistry. The objects they create attest to a successful renaissance of glass design that continues to the present day.

Displaying a selection of objects from the Holz Collection in Berlin, one of the most important private collections of 20th and 21st century Murano glass anywhere in the world, this is the first comprehensive exhibition of glassware that continues to set new standards in Milan and Venice.

 

Source: Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich

This Foto is dedicated to Cidinha Belato, a Woman appreciating Art of Glass!

 

I visited the "Pinakothek der Moderne" some Days and took several Fotos of a wonderful Glass Arts Exhibition called:

Murano. Milano. Venezia. Glass

Pinakothek der Moderne

08.08.2016 ‐ 20.11.2016

 

The Items exhibited are of most impressive Beauty and I do hope that my Series is able to transfer this Flow of Beauty to my Flickr Friends. More Fotos to follow during the next weeks on a non-regular Basis. I did use the Sony Alpha A7 Mark 2 with the following Lenses:

Leitz/Leica SUMMILUX 1.4/50mm

Leitz/Leica SUMMILUX 1.4/75mm

Leitz/Leica ELMARIT 2.8/135mm

All handheld, no Tripod, manual Focus.

 

Some more Info regarding the Exhibition:

The international exhibitions held at the Triennale di Milano and the Biennale di Venezia are barometers of the most significant developments in twentieth century contemporary design and art. It is therefore no coincidence that Murano glass regularly attracts awards at both Milan and Venice. Having resurrected a range of centuries-old techniques, glassmakers such as A.V.E.M, Archimede Seguso, Barovier & Toso, and Venini learned to apply this knowledge in new and ingenious ways. Their work is a synthesis of the master glassmakers’ craftsmanship and the designers’ artistry. The objects they create attest to a successful renaissance of glass design that continues to the present day.

Displaying a selection of objects from the Holz Collection in Berlin, one of the most important private collections of 20th and 21st century Murano glass anywhere in the world, this is the first comprehensive exhibition of glassware that continues to set new standards in Milan and Venice.

 

Source: Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich

Sempione Park was the second park to be founded in Milan and is named after the fact that it was situated along the route that starts at the cathedral door, goes through the Arch of Peace, and leads to the Passo del Sempione (Simplon Pass). Located on the site of the ancient Piazza d'armi, it was built in the 1890s by the architect Alemagna with an asymmetrical plan to contrast with the regular texture of the urban layout.

 

Important historical buildings and Milanese institutions lie along its edges, such as the Sforza Castle (seen here), the Gianni Brera Arena, the Arch of Peace, the Triennale di Milano and the Civic Aquarium.

 

Copyright Neil Mair 2020. All rights reserved.

 

Use of my images without my explicit written permission is an infringement of copyright law.

 

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I visited the "Pinakothek der Moderne" on November 15 and took several Fotos of a wonderful Glass Arts Exhibition called:

Murano. Milano. Venezia. Glass

Pinakothek der Moderne

08.08.2016 ‐ 20.11.2016

 

The Items exhibited are of most impressive Beauty and I do hope that my Series is able to transfer this Flow of Beauty to my Flickr Friends. More Fotos to follow during the next weeks on a non-regular Basis. I did use the Sony Alpha A7 Mark 2 with the following Lenses:

Leitz/Leica SUMMILUX 1.4/50mm

Leitz/Leica SUMMILUX 1.4/75mm

Leitz/Leica ELMARIT 2.8/135mm

All handheld, no Tripod, manual Focus.

Press L to zoom in.

 

Some more Info regarding the Exhibition:

The international exhibitions held at the Triennale di Milano and the Biennale di Venezia are barometers of the most significant developments in twentieth century contemporary design and art. It is therefore no coincidence that Murano glass regularly attracts awards at both Milan and Venice. Having resurrected a range of centuries-old techniques, glassmakers such as A.V.E.M, Archimede Seguso, Barovier & Toso, and Venini learned to apply this knowledge in new and ingenious ways. Their work is a synthesis of the master glassmakers’ craftsmanship and the designers’ artistry. The objects they create attest to a successful renaissance of glass design that continues to the present day.

Displaying a selection of objects from the Holz Collection in Berlin, one of the most important private collections of 20th and 21st century Murano glass anywhere in the world, this is the first comprehensive exhibition of glassware that continues to set new standards in Milan and Venice.

 

Source: Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich

I visited the "Pinakothek der Moderne" yesterday and took several Fotos of a wonderful Glass Arts Exhibition called:

Murano. Milano. Venezia. Glass

Pinakothek der Moderne

08.08.2016 ‐ 20.11.2016

 

The Items exhibited are of most impressive Beauty and I do hope that my Series is able to transfer this Flow of Beauty to my Flickr Friends. More Fotos to follow during the next weeks on a non-regular Basis. I did use the Sony Alpha A7 Mark 2 with the following Lenses:

Leitz/Leica SUMMILUX 1.4/50mm

Leitz/Leica SUMMILUX 1.4/75mm

Leitz/Leica ELMARIT 2.8/135mm

All handheld, no Tripod, manual Focus.

 

Some more Info regarding the Exhibition:

The international exhibitions held at the Triennale di Milano and the Biennale di Venezia are barometers of the most significant developments in twentieth century contemporary design and art. It is therefore no coincidence that Murano glass regularly attracts awards at both Milan and Venice. Having resurrected a range of centuries-old techniques, glassmakers such as A.V.E.M, Archimede Seguso, Barovier & Toso, and Venini learned to apply this knowledge in new and ingenious ways. Their work is a synthesis of the master glassmakers’ craftsmanship and the designers’ artistry. The objects they create attest to a successful renaissance of glass design that continues to the present day.

Displaying a selection of objects from the Holz Collection in Berlin, one of the most important private collections of 20th and 21st century Murano glass anywhere in the world, this is the first comprehensive exhibition of glassware that continues to set new standards in Milan and Venice.

 

Source: Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich

...taken at La Triennale di Milano...

  

Milan, Italy...

Installation "Light is Time" by Citizen at Triennale di Milano during Design Week 2014

IMAGINE TO BE HERE....

a very large area on one side of Sempione park where many art expositions take place...

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The Mysterious Baths Fountain by Giorgio de Chirico is simply marvelous. And that is not enough: extraordinary, surprising. The Triennale is one of the major museums of the city, dating from 1923, characterized by candid and imposing architecture of the time, it houses the most important exhibitions of contemporary art and that’s not all. Within, there is also a restaurant and a super stocked library.

For more informations:

www.flawlessmilano.com/en/mysterious-baths-fountain/

 

Placed in the park in 1973 as part of the “Art-City Contact” project for Milan’s XV Triennale, the “Mysterious Baths” is considered to be Giorgio De Chirico's greatest sculpture. Made from Vicenza stone, the installation is composed of eight elements placed in a large sinuous pool. Part of the floor of the pool, in yellow ochre, is decorated with a parquet motif that recalls the movement of waves. Highly glossed parquets that reflect people's legs was suggestive to De Chirico of water, prompting the analogy that is at the heart of the fountains design. The representation of enigmatic characters immersed in water is a theme that was dear to the artist and one that he would come back to repeatedly during his career. Upon its restoration, the original sculptures of the two swimmers and the fish were substituted by copies and moved to the Museum of the Twentieth Century, in Milan.

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Giorgio de Chirico

(10 July 1888 – 20 November 1978) was an Italian[ artist and writer born in Greece. In the years before World War I, he founded the scuola metafisica art movement, which profoundly influenced the surrealists. His most well-known works often feature Roman arcades, long shadows, mannequins, trains, and illogical perspective. His imagery reflects his affinity for the philosophy of Nietzsche and for the mythology of his birthplace.

After 1919, he became a critic of modern art, studied traditional painting techniques, and worked in a neoclassical or neo-Baroque style, while frequently revisiting the metaphysical themes of his earlier work.

For more informations:

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Giorgio_de_Chirico

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La Triennale di Milano

is a design and art museum in the Parco Sempione in Milan, in Lombardy in northern Italy. It is housed in the Palazzo dell'Arte, which was designed by Giovanni Muzio and built between 1931 and 1933; construction was financed by Antonio Bernocchi and his brothers Andrea and Michele.

 

The museum hosts exhibitions and events which highlight contemporary Italian design, urban planning, architecture, music, and media arts, emphasizing the relationship between art and industry. The museum also houses the Collezione Permanente, a collection of significant objects in contemporary Italian design.

 

The museum has been the venue for La Triennale di Milano ("the Milan triennial exhibition"). Recognized by the Bureau of International Expositions, this major exhibition has been held thirteen times so far, the latest one in 1996, and the next[needs update] scheduled for 2016.

 

The museum also manages La Triennale di Milano Tokyo Museum, located in the Shiodome district of Tokyo, Japan.

 

FOR MORE INFORMATIONS:

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Triennale

  

FOR THE PLACE:

wikimapia.org/#lang=it&lat=45.472875&lon=9.174842...

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“It is an illusion that photos are made with the camera…

 

they are made with the eye, heart and head.”

 

[Henry Cartier Bresson]

 

*************************************************************************************

  

Please don't use any of my images on websites, blogs or other media without my explicit written permission.

 

© All rights reserved

IMAGINE TO BE HERE....

a very large area on one side of Sempione park where many art expositions take place...

********************************

 

The Mysterious Baths Fountain by Giorgio de Chirico is simply marvelous. And that is not enough: extraordinary, surprising. The Triennale is one of the major museums of the city, dating from 1923, characterized by candid and imposing architecture of the time, it houses the most important exhibitions of contemporary art and that’s not all. Within, there is also a restaurant and a super stocked library.

For more informations:

www.flawlessmilano.com/en/mysterious-baths-fountain/

 

Placed in the park in 1973 as part of the “Art-City Contact” project for Milan’s XV Triennale, the “Mysterious Baths” is considered to be Giorgio De Chirico's greatest sculpture. Made from Vicenza stone, the installation is composed of eight elements placed in a large sinuous pool. Part of the floor of the pool, in yellow ochre, is decorated with a parquet motif that recalls the movement of waves. Highly glossed parquets that reflect people's legs was suggestive to De Chirico of water, prompting the analogy that is at the heart of the fountains design. The representation of enigmatic characters immersed in water is a theme that was dear to the artist and one that he would come back to repeatedly during his career. Upon its restoration, the original sculptures of the two swimmers and the fish were substituted by copies and moved to the Museum of the Twentieth Century, in Milan.

********************************

 

Giorgio de Chirico

(10 July 1888 – 20 November 1978) was an Italian[ artist and writer born in Greece. In the years before World War I, he founded the scuola metafisica art movement, which profoundly influenced the surrealists. His most well-known works often feature Roman arcades, long shadows, mannequins, trains, and illogical perspective. His imagery reflects his affinity for the philosophy of Nietzsche and for the mythology of his birthplace.

After 1919, he became a critic of modern art, studied traditional painting techniques, and worked in a neoclassical or neo-Baroque style, while frequently revisiting the metaphysical themes of his earlier work.

For more informations:

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Giorgio_de_Chirico

********************************

La Triennale di Milano

is a design and art museum in the Parco Sempione in Milan, in Lombardy in northern Italy. It is housed in the Palazzo dell'Arte, which was designed by Giovanni Muzio and built between 1931 and 1933; construction was financed by Antonio Bernocchi and his brothers Andrea and Michele.

 

The museum hosts exhibitions and events which highlight contemporary Italian design, urban planning, architecture, music, and media arts, emphasizing the relationship between art and industry. The museum also houses the Collezione Permanente, a collection of significant objects in contemporary Italian design.

 

The museum has been the venue for La Triennale di Milano ("the Milan triennial exhibition"). Recognized by the Bureau of International Expositions, this major exhibition has been held thirteen times so far, the latest one in 1996, and the next[needs update] scheduled for 2016.

 

The museum also manages La Triennale di Milano Tokyo Museum, located in the Shiodome district of Tokyo, Japan.

 

FOR MORE INFORMATIONS:

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Triennale

  

FOR THE PLACE:

wikimapia.org/#lang=it&lat=45.472875&lon=9.174842...

*************************************************************************************

 

“It is an illusion that photos are made with the camera…

 

they are made with the eye, heart and head.”

 

[Henry Cartier Bresson]

 

*************************************************************************************

  

Please don't use any of my images on websites, blogs or other media without my explicit written permission.

 

© All rights reserved

Citizen, Light is Time. Exhibition during the 2014 Milano Design Week at La Triennale di Milano.

DGT Architects for Citizen

Cadorna | Viale Emilio Alemagna

Arts & Foods, Rituals since 1851 exhibition

Palazzo dell'Arte/Triennale di Milano, Milan

April 9 - November 1, 2015

Dining room of “Casa Cimino” by Gerardo Dottori, early 1930s.

red broken montaneous labyrinth

 

thebass.org/art/haegue-yang/

HAEGUE YANG

IN THE CONE OF UNCERTAINTY

 

NOV 2,2019-APR 5,2020

 

In the Cone of Uncertainty foregrounds Haegue Yang’s (b. 1971, Seoul) consistent curiosity about the world and tireless experimentation with materializing the complexity of identities in flux. Living between Seoul and Berlin, Yang employs industrially produced quotidian items, digital processes, and labor-intensive craft techniques. She mobilizes and enmeshes complex, often personal, histories and realities vis-à-vis sensual and immersive works by interweaving narrative with form. Often evoking performative, sonic and atmospheric perceptions with heat, wind and chiming bells, Yang’s environments appear familiar, yet engender bewildering experiences of time and place.

 

The exhibition presents a selection of Yang’s oeuvre spanning the last decade – including window blind installations, anthropomorphic sculptures, light sculptures, and mural-like graphic wallpaper – taking its title from an expression of the South Florida vernacular, that describes the predicted path of hurricanes. Alluding to our eagerness and desperation to track the unstable and ever-evolving future, this exhibition addresses current anxieties about climate change, overpopulation and resource scarcity. Framing this discourse within a broader consideration of movement, displacement and migration, the exhibition contextualizes contemporary concerns through a trans-historical and philosophical meditation of the self.

 

Given its location in Miami Beach, The Bass is a particularly resonant site to present Yang’s work, considering that over fifty percent[1] of the population in Miami-Dade County is born outside of the United States, and it is a geographical and metaphorical gateway to Latin America. Yang has been commissioned by the museum to conceive a site-specific wallpaper in the staircase that connects the exhibition spaces across The Bass’ two floors. This wallpaper will be applied to both transparent and opaque surfaces to accompany the ascending and descending path of visitors within the exhibition. Informed by research about Miami Beach’s climatically-precarious setting, the wallpaper, titled Coordinates of Speculative Solidarity (2019), will play with meteorological infographics and diagrams as vehicles for abstraction. Interested in how severe weather creates unusual access to negotiations of belonging and community, as well as the human urge to predict catastrophic circumstances, the work reflects a geographic commonality that unconsciously binds people together through a shared determination to face a challenge and react in solidarity.

 

Yang’s exhibition encompasses galleries on both the first and second floors of the museum and exemplifies an array of Yang’s formally, conceptually ambitious and rigorous body of work. Considered an important ‘Light Sculpture’ work and one of the last made in the series, Strange Fruit (2012-13) occupies one of the first spaces in the exhibition. The group of anthropomorphic sculptures take their title from Jewish-American Abel Meeropol’s poem famously vocalized by Billie Holiday in 1939. Hanging string lights dangling from metal clothing racks intertwined with colorfully painted papier-mâché bowls and hands that hold plants resonate with the poem’s subject matter. The work reflects a recurring interest within Yang’s practice, illuminating unlikely, less-known connections throughout history and elucidating asymmetrical relationships among figures of the past. In the story of Strange Fruit, the point of interest is in a poem about the horrors and tragedy of lynching of African-Americans in the American South born from the empathies of a Jewish man and member of the Communist party. Yang’s interests are filtered through different geopolitical spheres with a keen concentration in collapsing time and place, unlike today’s compartmentalized diasporic studies.

 

Central to In the Cone of Uncertainty is the daring juxtaposition of two major large-scale installations made of venetian blinds. Yearning Melancholy Red and Red Broken Mountainous Labyrinth are similar in that they are both from 2008, a year of significant development for Yang, and their use of the color red: one consists of red blinds, while the other features white blinds colored by red light. With its labyrinthine structure, Red Broken Mountainous Labyrinth bears a story of the chance encounter between Korean revolutionary Kim San (1905-1938) and American journalist Nym Wales (1907-1997), without which a chapter of Korean history would not survive to this day. Yearning Melancholy Red references the seemingly apolitical childhood of French writer and filmmaker Marguerite Duras (1914-1996). While living in French Indochina (present-day Cambodia, Vietnam, and Laos), Duras and her family experienced a type of double isolation in material and moral poverty, by neither belonging to the native communities nor to the French colonizers, embodying the potentiality for her later political engagement. Despite their divergent subject matter, both works continue to envelop an interest in viewing histories from different perspectives and the unexpected connections that arise. By staging the two works together, what remains is Yang’s compelling constellation of blinds, choreographed moving lights, paradoxical pairings of sensorial devices – fans and infrared heaters – and our physical presence in an intensely charged field of unspoken narratives.

 

A third space of the exhibition will feature work from Yang’s signature ‘Sonic Sculpture’ series titled, Boxing Ballet (2013/2015). The work offers Yang’s translation of Oskar Schlemmmer’s Triadic Ballet (1922), transforming the historical lineage of time-based performance into spatial, sculptural and sensorial abstraction. Through elements of movement and sound, Yang develops an installation with a relationship to the Western Avant-Garde, investigating their understanding in the human body, movement and figuration.

 

Observing hidden structures to reimagine a possible community, Yang addresses themes that recur in her works such as migration, diasporas and history writing. Works presented in In the Cone of Uncertainty offer a substantial view into Yang’s rich artistic language, including her use of bodily experience as a means of evoking history and memory.

 

Haegue Yang lives and works in Berlin, Germany and Seoul, South Korea. She is a Professor at the Staedelschule in Frankfurt am Main. Yang has participated in major international exhibitions including the 21st Biennale of Sydney (2018), La Biennale de Montréal (2016), the 12th Sharjah Biennial (2015), the 9th Taipei Biennial (2014), dOCUMENTA (13) in Kassel (2012) and the 53rd Venice Biennale (2009) as the South Korean representative.

 

Recipient of the 2018 Wolfgang Hahn Prize, she held a survey exhibition titled ETA at the Museum Ludwig in Cologne in the same year, which displayed over 120 works of Yang from 1994-2018. Her recent solo exhibitions include Tracing Movement, South London Gallery (2019); Chronotopic Traverses, La Panacée-MoCo, Montpellier (2018); Tightrope Walking and Its Wordless Shadow, La Triennale di Milano (2018); Triple Vita Nestings, Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth, which travelled from the Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane (2018); VIP’s Union, Kunsthaus Graz (2017); Silo of Silence – Clicked Core, KINDL – Centre for Contemporary Art, Berlin (2017); Lingering Nous, Centre Pompidou, Paris (2016); Quasi-Pagan Serial, Hamburger Kunsthalle (2016); Come Shower or Shine, It Is Equally Blissful, Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing (2015); and Shooting the Elephant 象 Thinking the Elephant, Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art, Seoul (2015). Forthcoming projects include the Museum of Modern Art (October 2019), Tate St. Ives (May 2020) and Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto (2020).

 

Yang’s work is included in permanent collections such as the Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA; M+, Hong Kong, China; National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, South Korea; Tate Modern, London, UK; The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, USA; and The Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, USA. Her work has been the subject of numerous monographs, such as Haegue Yang: Anthology 2006–2018: Tightrope Walking and Its Wordless Shadow (2019); Haegue Yang: ETA 1994–2018 (2018); Haegue Yang – VIP’s Union (2017); and Haegue Yang: Family of Equivocations (2013).

1969 Poster.

"Quattordicesima Triennale di Milano"

Advertising Office: G. Brunazzi

Milano, Italy

From 1993 La Triennale di Milano is

a cultural institution

that produces art, design,

architecture, fashion, film, communication

and society exhibitions and events.

After twenty years, the Triennale International Exhibition

makes a comeback.

From April to September a widespread event

throughout the city.

We all live in houses, and much of our life is spent inside these spaces. We relax there, recharge our batteries, read, think, study, sleep, eat, sleep, live with our families and entertain our friends.

 

On the occasion of the XXI International Exposition, Triennale di Milano and Salone del Mobile present the exhibition named “ROOMS. Novel Living Concepts”.

  

On the occasion of the XXI International Exposition, Triennale di Milano and Salone del Mobile present the exhibition named “ROOMS. Novel Living Concepts”.

On the occasion of the XXI International Exposition, Triennale di Milano and Salone del Mobile present the exhibition named “ROOMS. Novel Living Concepts”.

La Triennale di Milano is a design museum and events venue in Milan, Italy, located inside the Palace of Art building, part of Parco Sempione, the park grounds adjacent to Castello Sforzesco. It hosts exhibitions and events which highlight contemporary Italian design, urban planning, architecture, music, and media arts, emphasizing the relationship between art and industry. The museum houses the Collezione Permanente, a collection of significant objects in contemporary Italian design.

 

Source: Wikipedia

I visited the "Pinakothek der Moderne" on November 15 and took several Fotos of a wonderful Glass Arts Exhibition called:

Murano. Milano. Venezia. Glass

Pinakothek der Moderne

08.08.2016 ‐ 20.11.2016

 

The Items exhibited are of most impressive Beauty and I do hope that my Series is able to transfer this Flow of Beauty to my Flickr Friends. More Fotos to follow during the next weeks on a non-regular Basis. I did use the Sony Alpha A7 Mark 2 with the following Lenses:

Leitz/Leica SUMMILUX 1.4/50mm

Leitz/Leica SUMMILUX 1.4/75mm

Leitz/Leica ELMARIT 2.8/135mm

All handheld, no Tripod, manual Focus.

Press L to zoom in.

 

Some more Info regarding the Exhibition:

The international exhibitions held at the Triennale di Milano and the Biennale di Venezia are barometers of the most significant developments in twentieth century contemporary design and art. It is therefore no coincidence that Murano glass regularly attracts awards at both Milan and Venice. Having resurrected a range of centuries-old techniques, glassmakers such as A.V.E.M, Archimede Seguso, Barovier & Toso, and Venini learned to apply this knowledge in new and ingenious ways. Their work is a synthesis of the master glassmakers’ craftsmanship and the designers’ artistry. The objects they create attest to a successful renaissance of glass design that continues to the present day.

Displaying a selection of objects from the Holz Collection in Berlin, one of the most important private collections of 20th and 21st century Murano glass anywhere in the world, this is the first comprehensive exhibition of glassware that continues to set new standards in Milan and Venice.

 

Source: Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich

LA TRIENNALE DI MILANO is a design museum and events venue in Milan, Italy, located inside the Palace of Art building, part of Parco Sempione, the park grounds adjacent to Castello Sforzesco. It hosts exhibitions and events which highlight contemporary Italian design, urban planning, architecture, music, and media arts, emphasizing the relationship between art and industry. The museum houses the Collezione Permanente, a collection of significant objects in contemporary Italian design.

I visited the "Pinakothek der Moderne" on November 15 and took several Fotos of a wonderful Glass Arts Exhibition called:

Murano. Milano. Venezia. Glass

Pinakothek der Moderne

08.08.2016 ‐ 20.11.2016

 

The Items exhibited are of most impressive Beauty and I do hope that my Series is able to transfer this Flow of Beauty to my Flickr Friends. More Fotos to follow during the next weeks on a non-regular Basis. I did use the Sony Alpha A7 Mark 2 with the following Lenses:

Leitz/Leica SUMMILUX 1.4/50mm

Leitz/Leica SUMMILUX 1.4/75mm

Leitz/Leica ELMARIT 2.8/135mm

All handheld, no Tripod, manual Focus.

Press L to zoom in.

 

Some more Info regarding the Exhibition:

The international exhibitions held at the Triennale di Milano and the Biennale di Venezia are barometers of the most significant developments in twentieth century contemporary design and art. It is therefore no coincidence that Murano glass regularly attracts awards at both Milan and Venice. Having resurrected a range of centuries-old techniques, glassmakers such as A.V.E.M, Archimede Seguso, Barovier & Toso, and Venini learned to apply this knowledge in new and ingenious ways. Their work is a synthesis of the master glassmakers’ craftsmanship and the designers’ artistry. The objects they create attest to a successful renaissance of glass design that continues to the present day.

Displaying a selection of objects from the Holz Collection in Berlin, one of the most important private collections of 20th and 21st century Murano glass anywhere in the world, this is the first comprehensive exhibition of glassware that continues to set new standards in Milan and Venice.

 

Source: Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich

Neon Structure for the Ninth Milan Triennial (Struttura al Neon per la IX Triennale di Milano)

Artist:Lucio Fontana (Italian, 1899–1968)

Date:1951/2019

Medium:Glass tube and neon

Dimensions:98 7/16 in. × 32 ft. 9 11/16 in. × 26 ft. 2 15/16 in. (250 × 1000 × 800 cm) Dimensions variable overall

I visited the "Pinakothek der Moderne" on November 15 last Year and took several Fotos of a wonderful Glass Arts Exhibition called:

Murano. Milano. Venezia. Glass

Pinakothek der Moderne

08.08.2016 ‐ 20.11.2016

 

The Items exhibited are of most impressive Beauty and I do hope that my Series is able to transfer this Flow of Beauty to my Flickr Friends. More Fotos to follow during the next weeks on a non-regular Basis. I did use the Sony Alpha A7 Mark 2 with the following Lenses:

Leitz/Leica SUMMILUX 1.4/50mm

Leitz/Leica SUMMILUX 1.4/75mm

Leitz/Leica ELMARIT 2.8/135mm

All handheld, no Tripod, manual Focus.

Press L to zoom in.

 

Some more Info regarding the Exhibition:

The international exhibitions held at the Triennale di Milano and the Biennale di Venezia are barometers of the most significant developments in twentieth century contemporary design and art. It is therefore no coincidence that Murano glass regularly attracts awards at both Milan and Venice. Having resurrected a range of centuries-old techniques, glassmakers such as A.V.E.M, Archimede Seguso, Barovier & Toso, and Venini learned to apply this knowledge in new and ingenious ways. Their work is a synthesis of the master glassmakers’ craftsmanship and the designers’ artistry. The objects they create attest to a successful renaissance of glass design that continues to the present day.

Displaying a selection of objects from the Holz Collection in Berlin, one of the most important private collections of 20th and 21st century Murano glass anywhere in the world, this is the first comprehensive exhibition of glassware that continues to set new standards in Milan and Venice.

 

Source: Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich

...taken at La Triennale di Milano...

  

Milan, Italy...

IMAGINE TO BE HERE....

a very large area on one side of Sempione park where many art expositions take place...

the palace has, on its back this magic colored tower made of glass....

********************************

La Triennale di Milano

is a design and art museum in the Parco Sempione in Milan, in Lombardy in northern Italy. It is housed in the Palazzo dell'Arte, which was designed by Giovanni Muzio and built between 1931 and 1933; construction was financed by Antonio Bernocchi and his brothers Andrea and Michele.

 

The museum hosts exhibitions and events which highlight contemporary Italian design, urban planning, architecture, music, and media arts, emphasizing the relationship between art and industry. The museum also houses the Collezione Permanente, a collection of significant objects in contemporary Italian design.

 

The museum has been the venue for La Triennale di Milano ("the Milan triennial exhibition"). Recognized by the Bureau of International Expositions, this major exhibition has been held thirteen times so far, the latest one in 1996, and the next[needs update] scheduled for 2016.

 

The museum also manages La Triennale di Milano Tokyo Museum, located in the Shiodome district of Tokyo, Japan.

 

FOR MORE INFORMATIONS:

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Triennale

  

FOR THE PLACE:

wikimapia.org/#lang=it&lat=45.472397&lon=9.174399...

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they are made with the eye, heart and head.”

 

[Henry Cartier Bresson]

 

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...taken at La Triennale di Milano...

  

Milan, Italy...

VIII TRIENNALE DESIGN MUSEUM - CUCINE & ULTRACORPI

9 Aprile 2015. 21 Febbraio 2016.

IMAGINE TO BE HERE....

a very large area on one side of Sempione park where many art expositions take place...

HERE THE STAIRCASE IN THE HALL

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La Triennale di Milano

is a design and art museum in the Parco Sempione in Milan, in Lombardy in northern Italy. It is housed in the Palazzo dell'Arte, which was designed by Giovanni Muzio and built between 1931 and 1933; construction was financed by Antonio Bernocchi and his brothers Andrea and Michele.

 

The museum hosts exhibitions and events which highlight contemporary Italian design, urban planning, architecture, music, and media arts, emphasizing the relationship between art and industry. The museum also houses the Collezione Permanente, a collection of significant objects in contemporary Italian design.

 

The museum has been the venue for La Triennale di Milano ("the Milan triennial exhibition"). Recognized by the Bureau of International Expositions, this major exhibition has been held thirteen times so far, the latest one in 1996, and the next[needs update] scheduled for 2016.

 

The museum also manages La Triennale di Milano Tokyo Museum, located in the Shiodome district of Tokyo, Japan.

 

FOR MORE INFORMATIONS:

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Triennale

  

FOR THE PLACE:

wikimapia.org/#lang=it&lat=45.472397&lon=9.174399...

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“It is an illusion that photos are made with the camera…

 

they are made with the eye, heart and head.”

 

[Henry Cartier Bresson]

 

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Please don't use any of my images on websites, blogs or other media without my explicit written permission.

 

© All rights reserved

...taken at La Triennale di Milano... artwork by Carlo Ramous...

  

Milan, Italy...

IMAGINE TO BE HERE....

a very large area on one side of Sempione park where many art expositions take place...

the palace has, on its back this magic colored tower made of glass....

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La Triennale di Milano

is a design and art museum in the Parco Sempione in Milan, in Lombardy in northern Italy. It is housed in the Palazzo dell'Arte, which was designed by Giovanni Muzio and built between 1931 and 1933; construction was financed by Antonio Bernocchi and his brothers Andrea and Michele.

 

The museum hosts exhibitions and events which highlight contemporary Italian design, urban planning, architecture, music, and media arts, emphasizing the relationship between art and industry. The museum also houses the Collezione Permanente, a collection of significant objects in contemporary Italian design.

 

The museum has been the venue for La Triennale di Milano ("the Milan triennial exhibition"). Recognized by the Bureau of International Expositions, this major exhibition has been held thirteen times so far, the latest one in 1996, and the next[needs update] scheduled for 2016.

 

The museum also manages La Triennale di Milano Tokyo Museum, located in the Shiodome district of Tokyo, Japan.

 

FOR MORE INFORMATIONS:

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Triennale

  

FOR THE PLACE:

wikimapia.org/#lang=it&lat=45.472397&lon=9.174399...

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“It is an illusion that photos are made with the camera…

 

they are made with the eye, heart and head.”

 

[Henry Cartier Bresson]

 

*************************************************************************************

  

Please don't use any of my images on websites, blogs or other media without my explicit written permission.

 

© All rights reserved

...taken at La Triennale di Milano... entrance of "Giro Giro Tondo Design for Children" exhibition...

  

Milan, Italy...

...taken at La Triennale di Milano... entrance of "Giro Giro Tondo Design for Children" exhibition...

  

Milan, Italy...

...taken at La Triennale di Milano... artwork by Carlo Ramous...

  

Milan, Italy...

...taken at La Triennale di Milano...

  

Milan, Italy...

...taken at La Triennale di Milano...

  

Milan, Italy...

...taken at La Triennale di Milano... entrance of "Giro Giro Tondo Design for Children" exhibition...

  

Milan, Italy...

Milano Design Week 2010

No puede leer lo que era : P

Triennale di Milano

Neon Structure for the Ninth Milan Triennial (Struttura al Neon per la IX Triennale di Milano)

Artist:Lucio Fontana (Italian, 1899–1968)

Date:1951/2019

Medium:Glass tube and neon

Dimensions:98 7/16 in. × 32 ft. 9 11/16 in. × 26 ft. 2 15/16 in. (250 × 1000 × 800 cm) Dimensions variable overall

Fausto Melotti (1901-1986) - The seven sages (1960). Originally commissioned in 1960 by the Milan municipality to decorate the gardens of the Giosuè Carducci public high school, some of the the statues were vandalised by the students in 1964 and thereafter the set was stored away in the basement of the school for about half a century. After a recent restoration they were shown to the public at the Soglia Magica exhibition space at the Porta di Milano gate of Malpensa Airport for the inauguration of that exhibition space (May 2019-February 2020).

 

The installation consists of 7 identical figures, placed and lit in such a way as to create a highly dynamic effect. Melotti's work on sets of hieratic figures goes back to 1936, when he created the first set for the 6th Triennale di Milano, probably inspired by the mannequins that are a recurrent theme in the paintings of Giorgio de Chirico.

..taken at the "Weavings of Twentieth Century Tapestries and Carpets of Italian Artists and Manufactures" exhibition in La Triennale di Milano...

  

Milan, Italy...

Belvedere, esposizione permanente Triennale di Milano

 

Villa Reale, Monza

 

6x6 Voigtlander Brillant S, Skopar f 3,5 75mm (1939) + Kodak Ektar 100, for the exposure i used the rule of 16.

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Servizio realizzato a Novembre 2017 per la Triennale di Milano (www.instagram.com/latriennale/)

 

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Belvedere, esposizione permanente Triennale di Milano

 

Villa Reale, Monza

 

6x6 Voigtlander Brillant S, Skopar f 3,5 75mm (1939) + Kodak Ektar 100, for the exposure i used the rule of 16.

Alla Triennale di Milano in mostra sino al 19 febbraio la rassegna fotografica che raccoglie la selezione di immagini di grandi fotografi, appartenenti all’archivio storico e pubblicate sul magazine settimanale «Sette» del Corriere della Sera.

Gli scatti erano stati pubblicati dal 2008 dal periodico per raccontare informalmente il nostro paese conm metodo lontano dalle etichette.

Le foto, realizzate da 55 fotografi professionisti, coprono l’arco dell'arco di 24 ore per descrivere (diluite in 5 anni) una giornata nella vita degli italiani, famosi e non, indagando nei mestieri e nelle professioni.

 

At the Triennial art center in Milan until 19 February there is the photographic exhibition gathering the selection of images of great photographers and published on the weekly magazine "Seven" of the Corriere della Sera.

The images were published from 2008 by the magazine to informally describe Italy away from labels.

The photos, taken by 55 professional art photographers, covering the range of 24 hours to describe (diluted in 5 years) a day in the life of the Italians, famous or not, investigating into trades and professions.

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