Young british Artists, like Tracey Emin ans Damian Hirst born in the 1960's were in the 1980's artists who were recognized by Charles Sattchi. Tracey Emin and Damian 's Work is conceptually based.
Both are stagy and have found themselves into great collections of art across the world.
As a movement the Young British Artists brought this conceptual stagy realization to all corners of the world.
1995 show called "Brilliant!" paved the way for the artists it included to show in U.S.A at the Walker Art Center whoes today features a dynamic art collection of 11,0000 objects.
Walker Art Center is considered on of the "Big 5" contemporary art centers including MoMa, San Franscisco Musuem of Art and Hirshorn.
Walker Art Center founded in 1879 by lumberman Thomas Barlow Walker became a major museum center and gave exposure to artists such as Joseph Cornell, Frank Gehry and Kara Walker. After 1958 the museum paved the way for artists like Jasper Johns and other "Alternative Modernism's".
The Young British Artist 1995 show "Brilliant!"was on view here (22 October, 1995 and 7 January, 1996) Curated by Richard Flood.
Damian Hirst and Tracey Emin were featured among the artists represented in this world class show.
the other artists now are all among major collections around the world.
Both artists work in multi-media and create a sort of introspective homage to contemporary life. They are among the largest artistic tour de force of our time and have moved into restaurateur in the case of Hirst and global branding.
"In August 2006 the British Council announced that they had chosen Emin to
produce a show of new and past works for the British Pavilion at the
52nd Venice Biennale in 2007. Emin was the second
woman to produce a solo show for the UK at the Biennale, following Rachel Whiteread in 1997."
She is extensivly collected in the Goss-Michael Foundation, founded by George Michael and Kenny Gross located in Dallas, Texas.
Here are some of the major productions by Hirst and Emin in Major Collections of Art:
Life is a journey not a destination!
If you are looking for a get away that is affordible forign travel including geography culture and natural wonders, Costa Rica is King.
The country's immensely diverse landscapes and microclimates, coupled with its geographic position on a tenuous landbridge between two continents, give Costa Rica arguably the highest biodiversity density anywhere in the world.
At 51,000 km² Costa Rica covers only 0.3 % of our planet's landmass, but it contains around 4-5% of all species estimated worldwide.
Country roads wind along sea side towns, mountain tops, forests and beaches.
Busy bus stations break to still sun sets.
The culture there is simple tourist, agricultural and ecologically driven.
Small communities of people reside among the natural wonders Costa Rica has to offer.
Move along the isthmus from North to South East to West and you will find National Parks, Natural wonders and Nature along with people celebration thier culture.
Vist Nicoya Peninsula
The Northern most peninsula on the Pacific side of Cista Rica.
This is filled with costal and inland communities. Some of the nicest white sand beaches are here. Many people vacation in this region.
The people of Costa Rica refer to themselves as Tico, and they are very hospitable to tourism one of there larges imports.
People come to Costa Rica to live in a beautiful place where life and nature co-exist in many ways.
There are always problems but these seem less obvious while touring a country filled with new experiances on vacation!
Costa Ricans like to have a good time they are very forwad and friendly if you ask they will tell you where to go to have fun and enjoy yourself.
If you want sun it is there if you want sand it is there, mountains, colcanos, recreation, resort, forests, festival. Everything in Costa Rica in January at the hieght of tourist season is available.
There are three other regions that are very popular and extreamly different
Monte Verde: The mountain town where you can enjoy the National Park
Puorto Viejo: Caribian sea side town near the Panama Border, a tourist freindly town with great food and party!
Corcovado National Park on the Osa Peninsula: Where towns disappear into wide expanse of nature and sea.
Jazz, 1920, Prohibition, music and dance liberation complete with period cars, matching parasols, hats, sun-glass and more atMichale Arenelas Dream Land Orchestra preforming
at Jazz Fest on Governors Island June 16-17.
A large picnic area, stage and a dance floor teaming with Flappers along side performances and costuming (fashion) shows with really great St. Germain drinks!
Although they didn't quite catch some of the more nasty sides of 1920s life including the Great Depression era.
It was a hell of a good time for 20th century folks!
Most people put energy into re-creating the era with costuming to made to measure, vintage, antique and hand made.
This Des mademoiselle, named Heidi wearing all original era clothing including stockings! Her hat originally cost $4.00 in 1940 went for a lot less when she bought it finally along her travels in San Francisco, where vintage is an important fashion commodity.
Here are some more picture perfect moments brought to you from Memory Game author Janina Fisher:
The Lawn where guests gather to picnic and mingle!
MARIE AIOE Venier Toupin (ca. 1786–September 5, 1850) IOWA INDIAN, MOTHER, SCOUT, EXPLORER, WAS MARRIED TO Métis expedition member Pierre Doriona talented trapper and interpreter FOR THE ASTOR EXPEDITIONS.
CEDAR RAPIDS, 1868
CEDAR RAPIDS, PRESENT DAY 2012 PAINTED BY JANINA S. FISHER
Constance Bennett and had two sisters, the daughters of stage matinee idol Richard Bennett and actress and literary agent Adrienne Morrison, were the fifth generation of actors on their mother's side of the family. The oldest sister was Constance, born in 1904, middle sister Barbara, the least known of the three, born in 1906. The baby of the family Joan was born in 1910. Later Joan fondly recalled:
"With all of Constance's juggling of dates over the years, I started out as the youngest, then became her twin and finally wound up as the oldest sister.
Constance Bennett c.1930s (age ~26)
Constance Bennett, c. 1933. (age ~29)
Constance Bennett, c. 1965 (age ~61)
Constance Bennett 1904-1965
This beautiful starlet made 66 films. Her most acclaimed dramatic films include Common Clay (1930), The Common Law (1931) and the excellent What Price Hollywood (1932) co-starring talented director and actor Lowell Sherman. A Star is Born was actually based on Constance's film What Price Hollywood. Bennett has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for her contribution to motion pictures, at 6250 Hollywood Boulevard, a short distance from the star of her sister, Joan.
This article was made possible thanks to the internet references at: http://www.classichollywoodbios.com/bennettsisters.htm