It is Speedy Tuesday! Today you will find an in-depth story on this 1987 Speedmaster Professional with Mexican Holzer bracelet. It is the Speedmaster 145.0808 (1000 pieces in total) and 40 of them made it to the Mexican market, where they were fitted with a Holzer bracelet. These watches were the first stainless steel Speedmasters with a display back (and calibre 863). It was numbered on the case back and between the lugs. Now on Fratello (👉🏼 link in bio 👈🏼) #speedytuesday
Opening today @museoguggenheim Bilbao; Jenny Holzer; 'Thing Indescribable'. Curated by: Petra Joos, curator of the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, running through September 9, 2019. Congratulations to all involved. "For more than forty years, American artist Jenny Holzer has presented her astringent ideas, arguments, and sorrows in public places and international exhibitions, including the Venice Biennale, the Guggenheim Museum in New York City, and the Louvre Abu Dhabi. Her medium, whether formulated as a T-shirt, a plaque, or an electronic sign, is text. Starting in the 1970s with a series of posters around New York City, and continuing through her recent light projections on landscape and architecture, her practice has rivaled ignorance and violence with humor, kindness, and courage." (Artwork; Jenny Holzer, All Fall, 2012. Copywright 2019 Jenny Holzer, member Artists Rights Society (ARS), NY / VEGAP. Photo: Joshua White / JW Pictures) #jennyholzer#thingindescribable#holzer#guggenheim#guggenheimbilbao#newyork#bilbao#spain#arte#exhibition#contemporaryart#javierlopezferfrances
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4 de las frases que te decía la reventada hermosa de Harleen Quinzel cuando manqueabas y te morías en los Arkham. No soy ninguna Tara Strong pero pero peeeero quedó bastante decente la vocecilla pilla ♡
Maquillaje Fantasía que realicé en la ciudad de Trelew. Maquillajes utilizados: Maquillajes cremosos: @holzercompany y sombras de @dwuam
Modelo: Ro @1makeuproro <3
Los alumnos en la Master Class aprendieron a Tapar cejas con una membrana de Latex. A aplicar Prótesis en Gel de Gelatina y fundir sus bordes. A maquillar mediante capas y con sombras realizar los últimos retoques, viendo el proceso de un maquillaje desde cero.
TODO ESTO y mucho más podes aprender en el curso de Fx 1! Últimas vacantes! Arrancamos la semana que viene!
Estuvimos unos días desaparecidos con Ro @1makeuproro <3 de las redes por qué nos fuimos a Chubut, a la ciudad de Trelew a dar unos perfeccionamientos hermosos! En estos días estaré subiendo fotos de lo que fueron estás 4 jornadas de trabajo intensivo!
En la foto pueden ver el trabajo que le realicé a Ro a modo de MasterClass/Demo de aplicación de prótesis en Gel de Gelatina y Makeup con Productos Holzer @holzercompany y sombras de @dwuam
Jenny Holzer, Blue Purple Tilt, 2007, light emitting diode columns, 419 x 14 x 17 cm, Tate Modern, London.
Jenny Holzer, born 1950, is an American installation and conceptual artist who is renowned for her dramatic and intentionally provocative use of text and language. Holzer belongs to a generation of female artists that emerged around 1980. Her contemporaries include Barbara Kruger, Cindy Sherman, and Louise Lawler. With original and borrowed text they created works that explored, commented and questioned contemporary issues. In 1977, Holzer began her Truisms project. This break-through series consists of printed provocative one-line aphorisms, confronting the viewer through the unsettling element of truth in each proclamation. The truisms relate to a varied number of topics. From love, family, knowledge, friendship and hope to violence, oppression, sexuality, trauma, feminism, consumerism, power, war and death. The Truisms series was followed by the more structured and complex Inflammatory Essays, the Living series, and the Survival series. Holzer started printing Truisms on posters, T-shirts, and stickers, and she also carved them into benches. The use of the L.E.D. machine allowed Holzer to reach an even larger audience. They are placed on surfaces inside or outside buildings. Blue Purple Tilt consists of six double-sided LED signs on which a selection of messages from the artist’s career run. In this case the tall and narrow LED signs are leaning against the gallery wall, at an equal distance from one another. Vertical strips of identical light-blue text scroll up the six signs simultaneously from the bottom to the top until they disappear from view, followed by a new message. The messages scroll up the signs at varying speeds and rhythms and occasionally flash, making them difficult to read. The texts up the back of the signs are only perceptible as a colourful glow cast onto the supporting wall and floor.