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    In 2009, Stephen was nominated for a BAFTA, a Cesar and Oscar for the hats that he created for the film CocoAvant Chanel for Audrey Tautou. He also did some work for Sex in the City2. In May 2009, Mr. Jones staged a significant exhibition at the Victoria& Albert Museum in London, he titled it Hats: An Anthology by Stephen Jones, the exhibition had over 100,000 visitors. Stephen also had a solo exhibition, which was called Stephen Jones, at Mode Museum in September 2010, in Antwerp. In February 2010, Mr. Jones was recognized for his achievements, when he was made a Royal Designer by The Faculty of Royal Designers for Industry, awarded an Order of the British Empire by Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II. Today, Stephen Jones boutique, studio and ateliers are all located in Georgian townhouse close to the site of this very first millinery salon. Also, his Model Millinery collection are widely-distributed Miss Jones and Jonesboy diffusion…

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    day having come back into the fashion world. Hulanicki and Quant had striking modern clothes that could sell out in just a few days, that were in demand for a very long time. These clothes had young women in their mid-twenties and younger drawn all over them, and eventually they ended up having to open up more stores, considering the distance girls would come just to buy their clothes. The existence of many of the designs of Mary and Barbara are very prominent as of right now, and in previous…

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    Baroque is a tradition representative of Europe art culture style. This word comes from Portuguese ”BARROCO”, which means pearls that not perfect sphere and in the early time it refers to grotesque shape. In addition, “Baroque” means peculiar, strange, and distortive in Italian. Moreover, “Baroque” in French means messy. In the early Europe, it used to describe the work that "lack of classical balance ", which was originally named that advocate of classical art in seventeenth Century is…

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    An artist’s job is to depict a story, or emotions, through their piece of work. Every viewer may feel differently towards a piece of work because it may portray a different meaning for everyone. Donatello’s David and Bernini’s David, are based on the same biblical story, however, they capture David at two different moments, making the viewers have different emotions towards each work. Even works that are based on the same story, can make the viewers feel different emotions due to the pieces…

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    Donatello's Analysis

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    It is at the start of the 15th century that scientific discovery begins to take off. This growing interest in scientific knowledge is then showcased through art for the next three centuries, covering the renaissance, baroque and rococo stylistic periods. Although it is not a continually growing interest, the interest is always present and shifting in its use. This interest starts in early renaissance with Donatello’s sculpture of David. Donatello builds upon the realism previously made popular…

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    The Ideas of Medicine and Health in Victorian England Did you know that in the Victorian Era a traditional idea of the body included of woman being smaller version of men. This was a common idea explored in the Victorian era; however, the research states differently. Also, this idea was not a fact rather a misconception caused due to the lack of education and research. Firstly, the Victorian era was a period in 1837 to 1901 ruled by Queen Victoria, who became a queen at the age of eighteen and…

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    Kilian KIL15457275 MA Fashion Media Practice and Criticism Year 2 Historically, „fashion seemed „unworthy” of entering the museum" (Steele, V., 2008, p. 9), therefore fashion exhibition 's curators have faced many challenges throughout their work process - funding, educational values, sources of entertainment. All of these factors have a huge impact on the final result as well as the reviews of the exhibitions, and they may challenge their design and content. In her article Rocamora points out…

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    Susan Derges was born in London in the year of 1955. All of her work is mostly visual metaphors. She captures the relationship between nature and self. In one article it said the, “she endeavors to capture both visible and invisible scientific and natural processes. The physical appearance of sound, the evolution of frogspawn or the reflection of the moon and start on water.” Most of her famous work is her capturing water that goes into river and shorelines. Lately she works on photographs that…

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    Cheng. So as you can infer the burial sites were extravagant and filled with “grave goods”. In the next few pages we will be exploring the ancient Chinese burial rituals and after death beliefs. One very interesting thing that the Chinese did was to bury riches and extraordinary goods. Your rank in life decided how many objects are buried with you the higher you rank the more objects. Some objects were miniature figures of things and people who would have taken care of you in life and…

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    Physical theatre, according to author Collin Chambers, is an open-ended term that is used to describe theatre pieces that investigate and emphasize the physical aspects of performance (2002: 13). Although the term is applied to a variety of performance styles and forms, Chambers (2002:14), continues to explain that the term often refers performances that are based on physical training. This physicality associated with performances, gained popularity during the 1980s, when many companies began…

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