Nowadays it is quite easy to join the world of art as different museums and exhibitions all over the world provide us with an opportunity to see the greatest masterpieces of art without restriction. The only thing needed is your desire and eagerness to percepts the beauty. Here are some interesting exhibitions which take place in 2012 and can help you to satisfy your aesthetic hunger.
It seems that Egyptian art will always be in fashion. However, there is no need to travel as far as Cairo to enjoy the pieces of art of this ancient civilization. Exhibition King Tut will be available in Seattle since May, 24 till January, 16, 2013. It will be located in the pacific Science center. As this exhibition is the creation of National Geographic you can be sure that you will receive strong impressions from visiting this event.
Architecture is something I’ve always been interested in. Palaces, unusual houses, installations compose a great and still unknown world. By the way, not so many people know that cemeteries can also be exciting from the point of view of architecture. For example, did you know there is an underwater cemetery?
Neptune Memorial Reef is an underwater mausoleum for cremated remains in the USA. It is situated six kilometers far from the coast of Key Biscayne, Florida. The cemetery area is about 56 square kilometers and it can accommodate 850 graves. And it looks witching with all the reefs and fish swimming around the ornate monuments.
The real art does not need any words. The language of the body, the expression of the face, smiles and posture are sufficient means to show the feelings or tell the story. This fact is proved by the centuries of the existence and popularity of the mime art.
The art of miming has originated from ancient Greece. Later the mimetic style became popular in theater and, in the beginning of the twentieth century it has acquired the world fame due to the development of cinematographic art. The first movies were silent and it gave the mimes an opportunity to reveal their talent to the full extent. Among the most famous mime artists of that period are Charlie Chaplin, Harold Lloyd and Buster Keaton. They began their carriers as theater performers and then starred in cinema masterpieces like “City Lights”, “The Gold Rush” and “Seven Chances”.