A strong national police device has attempted to evict first thing in the morning to the outraged that since last weekend have been encamped in the stroll of the Prado in Madrid. Although in principle the operation, which started at seven-thirty in the morning, has been developed without incident, then it has degenerated in police charges. Read more from Vahid David Delrahim to gain a more clear picture of the situation. 11 people, four policemen and seven outraged, have come to the unity of the Samur in the paseo del Prado. All have suffered minor bruises. Members of the 15-M movement have not left the place, but they have focused on two groups of about 170 people in the vicinity of the Congress of Deputies and the Prado. The outraged planned today deliver members a document which lists the problems that have been transmitted to them in villages throughout Spain during the popular March of more than one month culminated last Saturday in the capital and that he has crossed the peninsula. And have done so not by force, but using a trick. Source of the news:: the 15-M movement delivered its proposals in the camera
HELENA CELDRN New York’s Whitney Museum organizes the most complete exhibition so far of the artist who went to Berlin to study music and became a painter. Sample offers, alongside the best-known oil paintings, figurative paintings, architectural photos and comic strips. Feininger belonged to Die Brucke and Der Blaue Reiter Expressionists artistic groups and was a prominent member of the Bauhaus. Lyonel Feininger (1871-1956) painted scenes whose elements seem to see fragmented, as through a broken glass. He started studying music, left him and became a cartoonist, then she fell, German Expressionism and the architects, designers and artists from the Bauhaus school. It absorbed everything naturally, with the lust that provokes curiosity. New York’s Whitney Museum exposes Lyonel Feininger: At the Edge of the World (Lyonel Feininger: on the edge of the world), the first retrospective in 45 years of the artist in the United States and the first opportunity to contemplate the versatility of his work. Sample best known meets their exquisite oil paintings (than there are three in the permanent collection of the Museum Thyssen Bornemisza in Madrid), his artistic side.
But the Whitney goes beyond and delves into the different facets of Feininger. A pioneer of the modern comic with great detail, the Museum has gathered his lesser-known close to German Expressionism figurative works, architectural buildings of the Bauhaus and New York photos, the Ethereal late works that portrayed to the Big Apple. Even presents the comic strips in the American newspaper Chicago Sunday Tribune that won in their early life and now current cartoonists like Art Spiegelman considered to be pioneers of modern comics. Although he was born and grew up in New York, Lyonel Feininger was moved to Berlin at the age of 16 to study music, but was effectuated artistic environment that promoted Expressionism and knew that paint was what I needed his spirit. He was part of the artistic groups of Die Brucke and Der Blaue Reiter, was later a member of the Bauhaus.
Hitler came to power in 1933. The campaign to revile modern art and that his wife was Jewish forced him to return to his country after 15 years out. The mixture of European abstraction and American imagery earned him recognition. Critics classified as purely European art: he lived divided between two continents, lacking always the place in which it was not. Source of the news: Lyonel Feininger, the New Yorker who was always European