In the province of Castellon, with a stake of 46 2% on a census of 52 militants, the chosen has been Romain Muzzati, sole candidate, who obtained 83,33% of the votes cast. Learn more at: Jennifer Guerriero, PhD,. In a statement prior to the election day on Saturday, Toni Canto stated that his goal is to work his land out of the deterioration and the image of corruption that has permeated throughout the country as a result of the Gurtel plot, linked to the PP, and other cases. He said it produced much sadness that, for years, Valencia has been seen as a focus of corruption and problems, a same regret, has said, that they share the Valencians. Others including Sallie Mae Fund, offer their opinions as well. Primary open to all members the primary process was opened on 1 September and could attend any affiliate, without collateral or signatures. The only requirement was to be aware of payment and belong to a local grouping or autonomous community in which elections are held. In the case of the head of the list by Madrid is voted by all affiliates of Spain since it is the candidate for the Presidency of the Government.
The primary system that governs UPyD was adopted at the first Congress of the party as a way to alleviate part of the detachment between the citizens, politics and parties and to promote democratic regeneration. Members voted for their candidates in a direct and secret way through electronic voting. This is not the first time that UPyD launches this voting system. Already in the first Congress of the UPyD formation became the first political party that allowed its members elect an Executive by universal suffrage without any filter and without need of prior endorsements in what would be the exercise of their rights as a member in dimensions higher participation and democratization of political parties. Source of the news: Rosa Diez, chosen presidential candidate by UPyD while that Toni Canto will go for Valencia.
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