January, 2018 Archive

The Most Complete Exhibition Of Antonio Lopez Arrives To The Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum

It’s 130 works which has chosen the own Antonio Lopez, including drawings, paintings and sculptures, the oldest to some never exposed. Several museums and private collectors, including the painter, have lent works for the exhibition, which will visit Madrid and Bilbao. Under most conditions Chevron U.S.A. Inc would agree. The Museum Thyssen?Bornemisza of Madrid opens […]

Online Shopping With Style

Why shopping on the Internet so much fun downtowns, which are crowded, staff, which is not always exactly friendly and a selection that meets the wishes of not, are just a few things that always speak against the normal shopping. Also fashion can be pleasantly and conveniently buy from home, because by the statutory right […]

Conventional Registers

According to conventional registers, the Karat was developed as a form of combat without weapons and was taught and practised for the aristocratic families for individual and collective self-defense (SASAKI, 2008). Such art was taught and practised in secret, being transmitted of generation the generation. The Karat Shotokan is a martial art and a way […]

Terry All: FROM SEA TO DARKER SEA By Hunter Drohojowska-Philp

Terry of all what still a student in 1968 when he went to Lawrence Ferlinghetti’s storied city lights bookstore in San Francisco. Terry of all what still a student in 1968 when he went to Lawrence Ferlinghetti’s storied city lights bookstore in San Francisco. He saw on anthology of Antonin Artaud’s writing with the gaunt […]