Lilia Lega

Lilia Lega

Creativity "takes courage". Creatività vuole coraggio. Henri Matisse
Lilia Lega
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Madonna and Child, detail - Workshop of Donatello, after ca. 1450, Terracotta, polychromed, H. 29 in. (73.7 cm.). The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Madonna and Child, detail - Workshop of Donatello, after ca. 1450, Terracotta, polychromed, H. 29 in. (73.7 cm.). The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Bild: 9005828 (9005828.jpg). Motiv: Anna själv tredje. Foto: Lennart Karlsson

Bild: 9005828 (9005828.jpg). Motiv: Anna själv tredje. Foto: Lennart Karlsson

Biography: Documentary/Street photographer Daido Moriyama | MONOVISIONS

Biography: Documentary/Street photographer Daido Moriyama | MONOVISIONS

Antoine d'Agata - Insomia 2003

Antoine d'Agata - Insomia 2003

Color, 1970 circa. - (Daido Moriyama, Courtesy Galleria Carla Sozzani, Milano)

Color, 1970 circa. - (Daido Moriyama, Courtesy Galleria Carla Sozzani, Milano)

Theo van Doesburg and Kurt Schwitters : Small Dada Evening (Kleine Dada Soirée), 1922.

Theo van Doesburg and Kurt Schwitters : Small Dada Evening (Kleine Dada Soirée), 1922.

The origins of the Dada movement can be traced to the opening of the Cabaret Voltaire by Hugo Ball in Zurich in 1916. Ball openend the cabaret and in a matter of days, he had assembled the core of the Dadaist movement, Emily Hennings, Tristan Tzara, Marcel and Georges Janco, Jean Arp, and Richard Heulsenbeck had all became part of the Dadaist movement.

The origins of the Dada movement can be traced to the opening of the Cabaret Voltaire by Hugo Ball in Zurich in 1916. Ball openend the cabaret and in a matter of days, he had assembled the core of the Dadaist movement, Emily Hennings, Tristan Tzara, Marcel and Georges Janco, Jean Arp, and Richard Heulsenbeck had all became part of the Dadaist movement.

Duchamp, Man Ray

Duchamp, Man Ray

Man Ray & Marcel Duchamp

Man Ray & Marcel Duchamp

Calligraphy Alphabet

Calligraphy Alphabet