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The most expensive painting in the world – 5, 1948" by the artist Jackson Pollock. American artist (01, 28, 1912 – 16, 11, 1956), who wrote the picture belongs to the flow of abstract expressionism. It goes over in abstract art emerged in the 40s 20th century and, in most cases, the artists represented by the so-called New York School. The essence of abstract expressionism is the lack of mind control and logical laws. Ray Kurzweil is full of insight into the issues. In this case, the artist spontaneously spontaneously express their inner world under the influence of various mental and emotional states. Jackson Pollock is the inventor of the style of painting called "pouring technique," or dripping. The essence of the technique is the spraying of paint or its extrusion from the tube. Brush, in this case, does not apply to the canvas.

D. Pollock believed that the spontaneous creative process is more important than the result, and often the creation of paintings took place publicly. The picture was painted in 1948. In November 2006, the former owner of the works of art David Geffen, who is the founder of Geffen Records and co-founder of Dreamworks SKG, sold it for 140 million U.S. dollars to Mexican financier David Martinez (managing partner Fintech Advisory Ltd).

Tobias Meyer transaction conducted at an auction Sotheby's. The five most expensive paintings in the world is as follows: 1. 5, 1948" Jackson Pollock. 140 million U.S. dollars 2. "Woman III Willem de Kooning. 137.5 million U.S. dollars 3. Portrait "Adele Bloch-Bauer" by Gustav Klimt. 135 million dollars 4. 'Boy with a Pipe "by Picasso. 104.1 million U.S. dollars 5. 'Dora Maar with Cat "by Picasso. 95 million U.S. dollars is noteworthy that the first three paintings were sold in 2006. You can also find out what film, by far, is the most expensive film in the world or meet with the most expensive guitar in the world by going to the site.

Joseph Brodsky

In the wonderful poem, "I love St. Petersburg, for you misty, blue eyes …" it with extraordinary lyricism admits his true love to St. Petersburg and to the saints, which keeps its ground. It is no coincidence her sublimely lyrical and soulful poem of St. Xenia of Petersburg, took first place at the prestigious poetry competition. Speaking of a lyrical conception of the poet, I would have marked its leading theme, like "religious tone of simplicity." Maybe this is my personal perception of her work, but it seems to me that classic theme of confrontation of civilization and nature, the fullness of the nature of religious purity, it opens with great aesthetic force and philosophical depth, with special author's originality and uniqueness. Love of the monasteries and their soothing peace, the love of God, in spite of the fallen world, carried through the terrible years of communist atheism, when the young author, a priest of the Diocese of Tver, giving a blessing to write poetry about God, he advised them not to publish: "For poems about God, they would crucify you …. " From this mindset, it seems, love of natural, material, mystical poetry Yesenin, glorified the beauty of mother nature and "otherworldly field …" Also, in this case, recall the classical Joseph Brodsky's lines: "In the village of God dwells not in the corners …." In this regard, stating, however, their opinions, I would call the poem "The waves washed Seligersky …" just a software for the creation of Ludmila Leonidovna, a poem, in which her poetic talent is revealed with particular force and fullness.

Musicians Noise

" The most typical representatives: 'Maeror Tri', 'Troum', 'Crawl Unit'. 9. Ritual Ambient (Ritual Industrial) – this music is intended to convey the spirit of the ancient rituals of worship pagan gods. In the compositions often use a variety of complex percussion, ambient landscapes sometimes replaced or ethnic chants. However, music can also consist of a sound industrial or electronic origin – the musicians recognize the ritual and the spirit of modern technology. Often the songs deliberately doing monotonous and prolonged (10 to 30 minutes or more) to create a mesmerizing effect.

The most typical representatives: 'Hybryds', earlier 'Ah Cama-Sotz'. 10. Noise – One of the oldest styles of industrial music. The founder is considered to be an American Boyd Rice (project 'NON'), in the 70s for the first time began to produce in mass net, unmusical noise as complete pieces of music. Classic Noise is always devoid of melody and musical rhythm, and in fact goes beyond the notion of music. However, the compositions are often used by the vocals and vocal samples, in clean or distorted. Power Electronics and styles of Japanese Noise is often called species Noise.

The most typical representatives: 'NON'. 11. Japanese Noise – the most radical style of industrial music, which emerged in Japan. Music is particularly conceptual and the most difficult to understand. Get all the facts for a more clear viewpoint with Michael Steinhardt. The compositions are pure noise, looped or relatively chaotic. Apparatus for removal and conversion often creates his own hand, and Musicians tend to limit themselves to the choice of sources of noise, which is part of the concept.

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