Bonus DVD содержит: 01. The Red Wagon (with Ilya Kabakov), Kunsthalle, Diisseldorf02. Incident in the Museum or Water Music (with llya Kabakov), Ronald Feldman Gallery, New York03. Water Music, Contemporary Arts Center, Vilnius04. Concert for Flies #2, Contemporary Arts Center, Vilnius05. Red Pavilion (with Ilya Kabakov), La Bicnnale dc Venizia, Venice06. С'est lei Que Nous Vivons (with Ilya Kabakov), Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris07. Installation at Solitude (with Sarah Jane Flohr), Schloss Solitude, Stuttgart08. Music of Spirits, Contemporary Arts Center, Vilnius09. Beiis for St.Casimir, St. Casimir Church, Vilnius10. Music on the Water (with Ilya Kabakov), Schloss Salzau, Kiel11. Nocturne for Paper, Leopold Hoesch Museum, Duren12. New York - New York, Contemporary Arts Center, Vilnius13. Christmas Wreath, Vilnius Churches14. Nocturne For Paper #2, Lithuanian Art Museum, Radvilu Palace, Vilnius15. Big Yellow Taxi, The State Russian Museum St.Petersburg, Ludwig Museum in The Russian Museum16. Shehina, Lietuvos Aido Galerija, Vilnius 17. Lighthouse, The State Russian Museum St.Petersburg, Ludwig Museum in The Russian Museum18. Likani, State Tretyakov Gallery, Moskow19. Kaziukas, Contemporary Arts Center, Vilnius20. TB-2, Lithuanian Art Museum, Radvilu Palace, Vilnius21. Kyoto, Lithuanian Art Museum, Radvilu Palace, Vilnius22. Chushala, Lithuanian Art Museum, Radvilu Palace, VilniusPicture Format: PAL 4 x 3 Format: DVD-5Time: 45 mins. Color Mode: Color Region Code: 5Language And Audio Content: Russian / Dolby Digital 2.0 Subtitles: No
What's going on at the art museum in Pleasant Valley? Did the Egyptian mummy really come to life after 3,000 years? The terrified night watchman claims that he saw the mummy walking around the museum. The very same night, the most valuable painting in the museum was cut out of its frame. Once again, young detectives Jerry and Maya are called in by the chief of police to get to the bottom of the strange and spooky events.
The International Centre-Museum named after Nicholas Roerich (ICR) with a status of a public cultural enlightening centre was founded by the initiative of Svetoslav, the younger son of Helena and Nicholas Roerich. In 1990, Svetoslav Roerich transferred the invaluable heritage of his parents from India to Russia on the condition that a public Museum was to be established in Moscow. The management of the future Museum was entrusted to his good friend Lyudmila Shaposhnikova – a writer and specialist in Indian culture, who was appointed by Svetoslav as his trustee. Due to Shaposhnikova’s efforts and with support from the famous diplomat Yuli Vorontsov and sponsor Boris Bulochnik, Svetoslav’s will was fulfilled. The public Museum in Moscow became the second museum in the world founded by a member of the great family, the first one founded by Nicholas and Helena Roerich in New York.
"Impressionism and Post-Impressionism at the Dallas Museum of Art" offers a series of intimate case studies in the history of 19th-century European art. Inspired by a series of public lectures given at the Dallas Museum of Art between 2009 and 2013, the volume comprises twelve beautifully illustrated essays from leading academics and museum specialists. Opening with a new reading of one of Gustave Courbet's great hunting scenes, "The Fox in the Snow", and ending with an exploration of a group of interior scenes by Edouard Vuillard, each essay stands alone as a richly contextualized reading of a single work or group of works by one artist. The authors approach their subjects from a range of methodological perspectives, but all pay close attention to the experience of making and viewing works of art.
A comprehensive look at the eagerly anticipated New Acropolis Museum in Athens, Greece, and the celebrated collection it houses. Marking the opening of the New Acropolis Museum, this book examines both its architecture and the archaeological treasures it was built to house. The building addresses the dramatic complexities of the collection and the site with minimalist simplicity by using three main materials—glass, stainless steel, and concrete. "There’s no way at the beginning of the twenty-first century you can try to imitate even superficially the art of 2,500 years ago," Tschumi says. The "precision of the concept was really what counted." The book provides an in-depth look at the creation of the building, set only 280 meters from the Parthenon, as well as the restoration, preservation, and housing of its exhibits through over 200 photographs, drawings, and texts.
Van Gogh: The Man and the Earth is the catalogue of the exhibition organized in collaboration with the Kroller-Muller Museum in Otterlo, the Netherlands. It includes the self-portrait of Vincent, and many works from the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, the Museo Soumaya-Fundacion Carlos Slim in Mexico City, the Centraal Museum in Utrecht, and private collections normally unavailable to the public. The focus of the book is the artistic understanding of the complex relationship between man and the nature that surrounds him. It also offers a series of oils and drawings that complete the full immersion into the rural cycle, as in the circle of human life: peasants, landscapes of the cold North and the sunny South, snapshots of life, still lifes, vases of flowers - unique and precious tiles of a single mosaic.