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Japanese Designers Create a Huge Delta 3D Printer – 4 Meters Tall

Japanese Designers Create a Huge Delta 3D Printer – 4 Meters Tall | Artes y Partes | Scoop.it
  Recently we have been seeing a lot of innovative 3D printing technology coming out of Asia. The Chinese have been at the forefront of developing a

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Chlemoutsi Castle

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Chlemoutsi Castle (48.24 km – approx. 51 mins from Katakolon) This beautiful medieval castle stands on the summit of a hill on the westernmost headland of the Peloponnese. It was ...


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Castillo medieval por el Peloponeso

 

 

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An Online Gallery of 30,000 Items from The British Library, Including Leonardo da Vinci’s Notebooks And Mozart’s Diary

An Online Gallery of 30,000 Items from The British Library, Including Leonardo da Vinci’s Notebooks And Mozart’s Diary | Artes y Partes | Scoop.it
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This past December, we wrote about the British Library’s releasing “over a million images onto Flickr Commons for anyone to use, remix and repurpose.” For those who enjoyed this treasure trove of historical content, we bring more good tidings: the British Library also has a freely accessible online gallery, numbering some 30,000 items.

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Galería de fotos online de la British Library

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EL CUERPO DEL ATLETA EN LA ANTIGUA GRECIA

"Probablemente en ningún otro período de la historia cultural de la humanidad el
deporte ha ocupado un lugar tan importante en el arte como en la Grecia antigua. Un
gran conocedor del arte griego antiguo, Ernst Buschor, ha afirmado que “se podría
decir, con alguna exageración, que hubo una época en la que el arte griego representó
únicamente atletas”. El cuerpo humano desnudo (y en concreto el cuerpo masculino
desnudo) es el tema central de la escultura y la pintura griegas desde el siglo VIII a.C"


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Interesante documento para contextualizar el desnudo artístico en la Antigua Grecia.

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Museo della settimana: Gallerie dell'Accademia, Venezia

Museo della settimana: Gallerie dell'Accademia, Venezia | Artes y Partes | Scoop.it

Da qualche anno le “Gallerie dell’Accademia” di Venezia, che ospitano anche il celebre disegno dell’”Uomo vitruviano” di Leonardo da Vinci, sono tutte un cantiere.


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Algunas obras expuestas en la Galería de la Academia de Venecia

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Rem Koolhaas nominato direttore della 14. Mostra Internazionale di Architettura 2014 della Biennale di Venezia | Anteprime dal mondo

Rem Koolhaas nominato direttore della 14. Mostra Internazionale di Architettura 2014 della Biennale di Venezia | Anteprime dal mondo | Artes y Partes | Scoop.it
Tanto tardi era arrivata la nomina di David Chipperfield, tanto prima è arrivata la nomina di Rem Koolhaas a direttore della Mostra Internazionale di

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Are Art Fairs Good for Galleries—Or Killing Them? - artnet News

Are Art Fairs Good for Galleries—Or Killing Them? - artnet News | Artes y Partes | Scoop.it
Are Art Fairs Good for Galleries—Or Killing Them?
artnet News
The art world can't live with art fairs. The art world can't live without art fairs.

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Sobre el papel positivo o no de las Ferias de Arte en el arte contemporáneo 

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Gamificación: 7 claves para entender qué es y cómo funciona

Gamificación: 7 claves para entender qué es y cómo funciona | Artes y Partes | Scoop.it
La gamificación es un término anglosajón que Sebastian Deterding definió como El uso de las mecánicas de juego en entornos ajenos al juego.

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Para saber algo más de la gamificación

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ARTE PALEOCRISTIANO Y BIZANTINO

Ambos son la evolución del arte romano clásico, pasado por el tamiz del nuevo pensamiento 
ideológico y artístico que impone el Cristianismo. El primero es, en realidad, el arte romano 
cristianizado  tras  el  afianzamiento de la nueva religión  a lo  largo  del s. IV; el segundo, al 
menos durante su primera edad de oro, es reflejo del deseo de continuar la magnificencia y el 
prestigio  de Roma en  la nueva capital  Constantinopla, tras  la desaparición  del  Imperio 
Romano Occidental.


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caracteristicas del arte Paleocristiano y bizantino

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Hallan complejo funerario en Grecia

“Un grupo de arqueólogos griegos presentó el hallazgo de cinco tumbas reales que podrían pertenecer a la dinastía Teménida, durante la inauguración de la 27 reunión de trabajos ar-queológicos en Macedonia y Tracia, según publican hoy medios locales.

 

El complejo funerario fue localizado en las excavaciones de Vergina, en el norte del país, y se encontraba parcialmente saqueado y destruido, pese a lo cual la directora de Antigüedades Prehistóricas y Clásicas de la región, Angeliki Kottaridi, consideró de gran importancia la arquitectura y los restos hallados.”…

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Interesante hallazgo arqueológico en Grecia

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The Regions of Italy, From A to Z

The Regions of Italy, From A to Z | Artes y Partes | Scoop.it

Do you know Italy… by region? It might seem like a lot to ask, but if you’re planning a trip to Italy, knowing Italy’s regions is a great place to start!

The country is broken up into 20 official regions, which you can think of as districts—similar to states or provinces. What are the different regions, what are they known for, and which ones should you travel to? Here’s help!

(How many of the 20 regions have you heard of, or been to? Tell us in the comments!).

Abruzzo
Aosta Valley
Basilicata
Calabria
Campania
Emilia-Romagna
Friuli-Venezia Giulia
Lazio
Le Marche
Liguria
Lombardy
Molise
Piedmont
Puglia
Sardinia
Sicily
Trentino-Alto Aldige
Tuscany
Umbria
Veneto


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Michael Housewright's comment, May 8, 2013 2:01 PM
I have been to all 20 and return to my favorites every year. I would love more time in Campania, Piemonte, and Liguria this year
Blue Box's curator insight, July 6, 2014 3:38 AM

We are in Sardinia!!! Check us also on fb and instagram! al Conte Cavour Bed and breakfast

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Como não admirar?

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Canaletto work returns to abbey after 270 years

Canaletto work returns to abbey after 270 years | Artes y Partes | Scoop.it

One of Venetian artist Canaletto’s finest works, L’Entrata nel Canal Grande e la Basilica della Salute (The entrance to the Grand Canal and the Basilica of Health) will go on display in November in the Medieval Abbazia di San Gregorio in Venice, where the work was originally conceived and painted.
Organized by the Fondaco Venezia, the exhibition, entitled Gero Qua (I was there), will be open 24 hours a day between November 10th and December 27th, in the exact spot where the 18th century landscape artist painted it.
There, viewers will be able to compare the painting with the original view of the Basilica that inspired Canaletto centuries ago.
Painted between 1740 and 1745, the work offers a view towards the Baroque white marble Basilica di Salute, created by architect Baldassarre Longhena as an offering for the city following the end of an outbreak of the plague.
Also visible are the Doge’s Palace, the Magazzini del Sale and the Punta della Dogana as well as a scattering of noblemen, merchants, boatmen and local gondoliers of the day. [...]


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Las obras más bellas de Canaletto se expusieron en la Abadía de San Gregorio en Venecia.

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Ignacio Garrido's curator insight, December 10, 2013 1:02 AM

Exercise 15 :

 

1. Who's Canalletto?

2. Who made the Basilica di Salute?

3. What hapenned to the picture?

4. When will the picture expose?

5. Write a summary of tne news.

 

Remember you have to use moodle to send the answer. Good Luck¡

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Six chosen for Architecture Biennale

Six chosen for Architecture Biennale | Artes y Partes | Scoop.it
Six of Australia’s most groundbreaking architecture practises have been chosen to exhibit at the ‘Formations’ exhibition at the Australian Pavilion in 2012.

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