Bastiaan Woudt photographs 'Amsterdammers'. Bastiaan is a renowned photographer who in his relatively short career has already published 3 books with his unmistakable and personal style photography. This project, titled 'Amsterdam Portraits', is an idea of Roy Kahmann.
The small sketch by Raphael of the three graces is seraphic, the two pages of anatomical drawings by Leonardo da Vinci are awe-inspiring and the Venus Rising by Titian is wonderful. The exhibition is more notable for its diversity and range than its concentration on well-known names. It is far from all being paintings.
A shy woman sets out for a day at the beach in a more revealing bikini than she'd ever worn before. A little risk leads to a lot more thrills than she ever expected or thought she wanted. With her bikini washed away and no towel or phone, several city blocks separate her nude body and her home.
Eric Jan Sluijter's rich contextualization of some of Rembrandt's most idiosyncratic works makes us see how the artist could have arrived at his uncommonly earthy nudes, and why contemporaries would have found them controversial. But all the fine-grained history does not impede the author's recognition of the visual power of these works, and their resistance to definitive historical explanation. Rembrandt and the Female Nude leest daarom, hoe wetenschappelijk het boek ook is opgezet, als een trein. Wieteke van Zeil, de Volkskrant "This book brings us face to face with an artist and an art historian, from whom we may, guiltily want more.
In Polish art schools it is a tradition to work with models and draw, paint or sculpt nudes. At first she would make traditional nude sculptures of young men, proportioned perfectly, like Greek gods, or models cut out from anatomy books. However, at the beginning of the 90s she became interested in deformed female body.
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The publication Gerhard Richter. This book includes additionally 35 new and hitherto unknown works. He introduces over paintings, by some 80 artists.
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