Calder, Picasso and my purple dress

purple dress


Pora na fiolet, koszyk i trochę sztuki! Przybywam do Was z moją ostatnią miłością czyli vintage koszykiem z którym ostatnio w ogóle się rozstaje 🙂 Grubo pleciony w geometryczne wzory z ręcznie wykonanymi uchwytami z drewna to mój must have tego lata. Nigdy nie byłam wielką fanką fiołkowego fioletu, jednak w zestawieniu z jasnym koszykiem i butami w kolorze burgundu zaczęłam się powoli do niego przekonywać – kwestia dodatków zawsze potrafi namieszać! Poniżej kilka zdjęć mojego zestawu oraz ostatnia inspiracja czyli twórczość Picassa i Caldera. Odwiedzając ostatnio z aparatem piękny budynek Musee National Picasso Paris – Muzeum Picassa w Paryżu starałam się uchwycić niesamowitą twórczość zarówno samego Pablo Picassa jak i Caldera, na którego prace również tam trafiłam 🙂 W muzeum tym odnajdziecie wiele prac tego hiszpańskiego mistrza z różnych okresów jego twórczości – są to obrazy olejne ale także rzeźby czy wycinanki. Jeśli odwiedzicie to miejsce do 25 sierpnia to idealna okazja zobaczyć wystawę Calder-Picasso ukazującą w bardzo ciekawy sposób dwie jakże różnorodne percepcje sztuki. Poniżej załączam dla Was kilka zdjęć z niniejszej wystawy – Czy sądzicie, że istnieje wspólny mianownik w twórczości tych artystów? Chodź prace amerykańskiego artysty, który pozostawił po sobie wiele kinetycznych rzeźb ale także obrazów czy miniaturowych druków są zdecydowanie odmienne w wyrazie niż prace Pabla to sądzę, że twórczość ich obojga krzyżuje się w bardzo ciekawym miejscu…

It’s time for violet, basket and some art! I’m here for you with my last love – vintage basket witch I can’t stop wear 🙂 Strongly braided in geometric patterns with hand-made wooden handles – it’s absolutely my must have this summer. I’ve never been a big fan of violet purple, but in combination with the vintage basket and burgundy shoes, I slowly began persuade to him – the issue of accessories is always confusing! Below you’ll find some photos of my set and the last inspiration, there are works by Picasso and Calder. Recently during my visit in the beautiful building of the Musee National Picasso Paris – Picasso Museum in Paris, I tried to capture the amazing works of Pablo Picasso and suprisly also of Calder, whose work I found there too 🙂 In this museum you will find many works of this Spanish master from different periods of his artistic path – there are oil paintings but also sculptures or cut-outs. If you want to visit this place until August 25, it is brilliant opportunity to admire the Calder-Picasso exhibition which shows in a very interesting way two different perceptions for art. Below I attached some photos from this exhibition for you – Do you think that there is a common denominator in the work of these artists? Despite of that art of an American artist who created many kinetic sculptures but also paintings or miniature prints is definitely different in the way of expression than Pablo’s works, I think that their work is crossing in a very interesting place …


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SANSSOUCI „without worries”

The summer palace of  Frederick the Great in Potsdam, near Berlin. Sanssouci was designed by Georg Wenzeslaus von Knobelsdorff between 1745 and 1747. It was a private residence where Frederick could relax from the hubbub of Berlin court. The name ,,Sanssouci” is really intersting because comes from French phrase : ‚sans souci’ which means ,,no worries” or ,,without concerns”. If you will be in Potsdam, you should see this magical place! Below you will find my shoots’ from this historical place.

I hope that will inspire you! Enjoy my post!

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decoration


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Museum of Decorative Arts in Berlin

chairs


design

Wiggle Side Chair, Frank O. Gehry, carboard, 1972


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Butterfly, Sori Yanagi, rosewood veneer, 1954


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Chair Vegetal, Erwan and Ronan Bouroullec, Polyamid, 2008


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Cone chair, Verner Panton, steel, 1958


porcelain

Tea Set, Margarete Heymann- Loebenstein- Marks, stonewar, 1928-29


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Eames Storage Unit, Charles and Ray Eames, 1949


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,Savoy Vases, Alvar Aalto, Glass, 1937


furniture

Stack of drawers, Susi and Ueli Berger, Santos palisander wood, Duroplast, 1981


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Tea anc Coffeepiazza, Aldo Rossi, 1980-82


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Armchair, Gerald Summers, 1933

Natural History Museum in Berlin

 

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quartz

Quartz

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Mounted Galena and Quartz Formation

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Quartz Point Bookends Handcrafted in USA

 

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5.61 Carat Briolette Smoky Quartz Diamond Gold Dangle Earrings

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Jona Smoky Quartz Rose Gold Pendant Earrings

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Mesolith

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Mesolith, Apophylit, Stillbit

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Roselite

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Gold ring with roselite mineral


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Gold

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Paris Three Tone Gold Link Brancelet, Cartier 1970s

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Japanese Four Seasons Panel Yellow Gold Bracelet

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Cartier Yellow White and Rose Gold Large Circle Clip-on earrings

peacock

Gilded Peacock Sculpture in Porcelain and Crystal

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Chanel Ladies Yello Gold Bracelet Watch, 1993

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Cellini Salt Cellar, part-enamelled gold table sculpture by Benvenuto Cellini, 1543

Female figure represents the land and male figure representing the sea. The all sculpture symbolizes the earth. The sculpture is insured for an estimated $60 million.


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minerals


mineral

antymonit

Antymonit


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baryt

Baryt


opal

Opal

 ring

Emma Chapman Yellow Gold Opal ring

earrings

Dalben Australian Opal Yellow Gold Dangle Earrings

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Decorative coffee table

Bode Museum Part I

 

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Time for my squareshoots from Bode Museum. The museum was designed by Erns von Ihne and completed in 1904. is one of the group of museums on the Museum Island in Berlin. Wilhelm von Bode was the first curator in this museum and for this reason building was renamed in his honour in 1956. Neo-baroque architecture and place on the Spree river is very impressive. Erns von Ihne was a German architect which, his best works are: Prussian Royal Library in Berlin, Kawalera palace in Poland, Bode Museum or Neuer Marstall in Berlin. Wilhelm von Bode who believed in mixing art collections, appointed diersified collection with sculptures from Byzantium and Ravenna, sculptures of the Middle Ages, the Italian Gothic, and the early Renaissance. Also works represented by Tilman Riemenschneider, the south German Renaissance, and Prussian Baroque. We can be integrate with into the collection like a concept William von Bode in which sculptures, crafts, paintings are viewed together as in upper in upper middle-class private collections. Below are my a few squareshoots from museum interior.

 

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Andreas Schlüter, Putto with Drum, Mask and Garland of flowers, sandstone, 1711


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Andreas Schlüter, Amphitrite, sandstone, 1711


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Statue of the Goddess Ivherbu or of Princess Edeleyo, 16th,17th century, copper, Nigeria


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Andrea della Robbia, Saint Dorothy, 1500


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Head of an Oba, 16th century, bronze, Nigeria


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crystal

Reliquary Bust of a Bishop, 1520, oak and polychromy, Belgium

The sculpture of a bishop still contains two saintly relics : a fragment of a skull in the head and piece of a rib in the chest under the crystal.


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ivory

Memento mori, 1520, ivory, Paris


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Joseph Chinard, Madame Récamier, 1803, Paris


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Venus and Cupid, 16th century, marble