Archive for the ‘Giuseppe Pennisi’ Category

WELLENKREIS AN ART INSTALLATION BY DETLEF FELLRATH

December 5, 2007

Text: Marco Trezzini
Photo: Giuseppe Pennisi

I created “Wellenkreis”, an endless sine curve in real space. The geometric sine curve is represented in a two-dimensional space. In this sculpture it becomes three-dimensional, materialized as a swinging line in space made of black-blue iron. The forging traces are still perceivable. This form is mathematically impossible: the sine curve in not a continuous line anymore, but becomes is itself returning.
It should symbolize harmonical relations in the broadest sense: communication and consensus, community and sound.

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VIENNA FULL OF HISTORY AND FULL OF CHARME

December 4, 2007

Text: Danica Gianola
Photo: Giuseppe Pennisi

Walking in Wien can be a quite seductive experience, a kind of remake of Alice in Wonderland: different and often contrasting views, perfumes, atmospheres, tastes, sounds and styles wait just by the turn of a corner.

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CYPRUS THE WONDERFUL ISLAND

December 4, 2007

Text: Danica Gianola
Photo: Giuseppe Pennisi

Amongst the several islands which dots the Mediterranean Sea, none but Cyprus could have given birth to the beautiful Aphrodite, goddess of Beauty and Love.

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VALENTINO AT RICHARD MEIER’S ARA PACIS MUSEUM IN ROME

December 4, 2007

Text: Marco Trezzini
Photo: Giuseppe Pennisi

The inauguration of “Valentino a Roma: 45 Years of Style” was held at the Museum of Ara Pacis in Rome.
The exhibit of 300 dresses and rare archival materials, celebrating the 45 years of creativity of Valentino – through a spectacular staging – put Rome – once again – at the centre of international fashion and glamour.

Please click here to view the full VRMAG article VALENTINO AT RICHARD MEIER’S ARA PACIS MUSEUM IN ROME with interactive panoramas.


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