Lisyanet Rodriguez Damas, the representation of the different.

The name Lisyanet in itself is quite unusual, even more so when associated with the story of an error her father made to the registry office that registered Lisyanet instead of Lis Yanet, as was the wish of the Mom. A peculiarity that fits perfectly with the artist: long blond hair on a slender body, from which comes out artworks of extraordinary visual and technical impact, embroidered (also in the ...

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The geometry of the Brillhart family, between art and architecture: the Brillhart House.

Jennifer, Jacob and Melissa, sister, husband and wife respectively, shared a love of geometry in its artistic and architectural form. Jennifer, before moving to Maine where she currently resides, has been a Fountainhead artist for several years. Her art is a sort of search for detail between geometric shapes of everyday objects, lights, shadows and landscapes. She participates and active in many exhibitions, the last one in Berlin and is currently ...

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The Visionary Members of Fountainhead at the court of the visionary par excellence: Craig Robins, when architecture becomes the artistic extension of a collection.

Among the artistic-cultural programs organized by Fountainhead, there are events that aim at exploring and consolidating some of the most exclusive artistic realities of the city, not only from the point of view of those who produce it, but also from the perspective of those who collect, view, and promote it. Kathryn Mikesell organized for the Visionary Member of the Fountainhead, an interesting conversation with Craig Robins, in the venue ...

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The Purple Poem for Miami, and the artistic manifesto of feminism according to Judy Chicago.

Honor to the merit of an artist who has been able to educate the public on women's art, setting it in history with the respect it deserves. A Purple Poem for Miami was much more than the smoke and fireworks that Judy Chicago gave the city of Miami with her smoke-performance, among her most famous works. The work, organized by the ICA and sponsored by Max Mara crowns Judy Chicago ...

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