Евгений Маленчев

Евгений Маленчев

Евгений Маленчев
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Contemporary Dance Video Database: Sasha Waltz - Dido & Aeneas

Contemporary Dance Video Database: Sasha Waltz - Dido & Aeneas

"Sutra" Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, scenography by Antony Gormley, 2008, Bruxelles, Belgium

"Sutra" Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, scenography by Antony Gormley, 2008, Bruxelles, Belgium

Glyndebourne's production of The Rake's Progress, with designs by David Hockney.

Glyndebourne's production of The Rake's Progress, with designs by David Hockney.

sasha waltz - Buscar con Google

sasha waltz - Buscar con Google

Christoph Marthaler/ Volksbühne

Christoph Marthaler/ Volksbühne

Wozzeck, Alban Berg, Royal Opera House

Wozzeck, Alban Berg, Royal Opera House

Rooms By The Sea - Edward Hopper. I love Edward Hopper. What he does with light is incredible.

Rooms By The Sea - Edward Hopper. I love Edward Hopper. What he does with light is incredible.

Edward Hopper (1882-1967) Early Sunday Morning 1930, is a painting that can either be taken as a quiet and peaceful scene of small businesses that are closed or considered a comment on the Depression. His painting appears less a specific picture of New York and more an image of America.

Edward Hopper (1882-1967) Early Sunday Morning 1930, is a painting that can either be taken as a quiet and peaceful scene of small businesses that are closed or considered a comment on the Depression. His painting appears less a specific picture of New York and more an image of America.

Edward Hopper, Night Window (1929)............Hopper, peintre mélancolique voire austère, fait parfois preuve d'humour. Ici, il nous place dans la position d'un voyeur invétéré, contraint par la fragmentation du champ visuel, frustré par les obstacles. Nous voilà donc peeping-tom compulsif, à l'affût, soumis aux aléas d'apparitions intermittentes, guettant  le surgissement le plus furtif, le courant d'air qui soulèvera le pan de tissu au bon moment.

Edward Hopper, Night Window (1929)............Hopper, peintre mélancolique voire austère, fait parfois preuve d'humour. Ici, il nous place dans la position d'un voyeur invétéré, contraint par la fragmentation du champ visuel, frustré par les obstacles. Nous voilà donc peeping-tom compulsif, à l'affût, soumis aux aléas d'apparitions intermittentes, guettant le surgissement le plus furtif, le courant d'air qui soulèvera le pan de tissu au bon moment.

By Edward Hopper

By Edward Hopper