A Necessidade De Habitar

π•Ύπ–Š 𝖆 π–—π–Šπ–™π–† Γ© 𝖔 π–ˆπ–†π–’π–Žπ–“π–π–” π–’π–†π–Žπ–˜ π–ˆπ–šπ–—π–™π–” π–Šπ–“π–™π–—π–Š π–‰π–”π–Žπ–˜ π–•π–”π–“π–™π–”π–˜, 𝖆 π–ˆπ–šπ–—π–›π–† Γ© 𝖔 π––π–šπ–Š π–‹π–†π–Ÿ 𝖔 π–ˆπ–”π–“π–ˆπ–—π–Šπ–™π–” π–‡π–šπ–˜π–ˆπ–†π–— 𝖔 π–Žπ–“π–‹π–Žπ–“π–Žπ–™π–”.Oscar Niemeyer A necessidade de habitar e o imenso desejo de criar. Para sua sobrevivΓͺncia o ser humano construiu habitaçáes para que pudesse descansar com mais seguranΓ§a. Mas alΓ©m da capacidade de construir hΓ‘ … Continue reading A Necessidade De Habitar

Centre Pompidou: a reflection about the simplicity of life

Centre Pompidou is a modern and contemporary art museum located in Paris. There we can see several famous artists such as Maurice de Vlaminck, Henri Matisse, Salvador Dali, Pablo Picasso, among others. A place to admire Cubism, Surrealism and other avant-garde with all its ambiguity and mysterious motifs. After spending about three hours exploring the … Continue reading Centre Pompidou: a reflection about the simplicity of life

Pierre Bonnard

You can easily be plunged into this scene of Pierre Bonnard. The avant-garde of this French painter is certainly characterized by the dreamlike quality, as well as an ordinary domestic life.Β  The last picture is "Saint Tropez Pier" Can you feel the mix of peace and exotic too?

Marc Chagall

"Using the medium of stained glass, he produced windows for the cathedrals of Reims and Metz, windows for the UN, and the Jerusalem Windows in Israel. He also did large-scale paintings, including part of the ceiling of the Paris OpΓ©ra."Β It soothes our souls, doesn't it? You can easily be swayed by these magnificent windows, and … Continue reading Marc Chagall

Max Ernst

Β  Β  Β At StΓ€del Museum I could see my Ernst's favorite artwork: "Nature at Dawn - 1936". I particularly L-O-V-E the Surrealism and Max Ernst isΒ undoubtedly one of my most appreciated painters. Some of his pictures makes me feel an undefined angst or a particularly relief, it is impossible to describe the sensations it gives … Continue reading Max Ernst