Instagram tag PoeClan

Heartbreakingly beautiful things 1: Kintsukuroi

Posted @withrepost • @britishmu
183 3
Heartbreakingly beautiful things 1: Kintsukuroi Posted @withrepost@britishmuseum Can you name #5WomenArtists? As part of Women’s History Month, we're joining @womeninthearts to champion women artists around the world. The first image depicts a stunning sculpture by South Korean artist Yeesookyung. She is known for creating works which celebrate vulnerability and imperfection, combining discarded shards of porcelain that are then fused together with 24 karat gold leaf. The second image shows ‘Poe Clan’, a manga series created by Hagio Moto in the 1970s, featured on a 2018 cover of ‘flowers’ magazine. Hagio Moto is a pioneer of ‘shōjo’ manga, which is aimed at young women – you can see more of her work in our upcoming #MangaExhibition! Third is a piece by American artist Kara Walker, whose work engages with issues of race and gender, the American Civil War and the legacy of slavery. This print confronts the experience of African slaves in the southern states – the title ‘no world’ is a pun on the phrase ‘New World’. . Fourth is a postcard by British artist Rachel Whiteread. Best known for her sculptures made from industrial materials, she was the first woman to win the Turner Prize in 1993. The holes in this postcard transform it into a 2D sculpture – see this work on display in our free exhibition of artists’ postcards. The final image is an ink drawing by Julie Mehretu, who has described her pieces as 'narrative maps without a specific place or location', and ‘like a strange dream’. Born in Ethiopia, she now lives in New York, creating large-scale abstract works. Who are your favourite women artists? #WomensHistoryMonth#WHM19#Yeesookyung#HagioMoto#PoeClan#KaraWalker#RachelWhiteread#JulieMehretu#BritishMuseum#womenartists
16.03.2019 11:24:01
See all the photos of this post @britishmuseum as repost doesn’t show all of the
See all the photos of this post @britishmuseum as repost doesn’t show all of them. 💫 #Repost@britishmuseum with @get_repost ・・・ Can you name #5WomenArtists? As part of Women’s History Month, we're joining @womeninthearts to champion women artists around the world. The first image depicts a stunning sculpture by South Korean artist Yeesookyung. She is known for creating works which celebrate vulnerability and imperfection, combining discarded shards of porcelain that are then fused together with 24 karat gold leaf. The second image shows ‘Poe Clan’, a manga series created by Hagio Moto in the 1970s, featured on a 2018 cover of ‘flowers’ magazine. Hagio Moto is a pioneer of ‘shōjo’ manga, which is aimed at young women – you can see more of her work in our upcoming #MangaExhibition! Third is a piece by American artist Kara Walker, whose work engages with issues of race and gender, the American Civil War and the legacy of slavery. This print confronts the experience of African slaves in the southern states – the title ‘no world’ is a pun on the phrase ‘New World’. Fourth is a postcard by British artist Rachel Whiteread. Best known for her sculptures made from industrial materials, she was the first woman to win the Turner Prize in 1993. The holes in this postcard transform it into a 2D sculpture – see this work on display in our free exhibition of artists’ postcards. The final image is an ink drawing by Julie Mehretu, who has described her pieces as 'narrative maps without a specific place or location', and ‘like a strange dream’. Born in Ethiopia, she now lives in New York, creating large-scale abstract works. Who are your favourite women artists? #WomensHistoryMonth#WHM19#Yeesookyung#HagioMoto#PoeClan#KaraWalker#RachelWhiteread#JulieMehretu#BritishMuseum#womenartists
14.03.2019 12:02:45
Advertisement
See all the photos of this post @britishmuseum as repost doesn’t show all of the
See all the photos of this post @britishmuseum as repost doesn’t show all of them. 💫 #Repost@britishmuseum with @get_repost ・・・ Can you name #5WomenArtists? As part of Women’s History Month, we're joining @womeninthearts to champion women artists around the world. The first image depicts a stunning sculpture by South Korean artist Yeesookyung. She is known for creating works which celebrate vulnerability and imperfection, combining discarded shards of porcelain that are then fused together with 24 karat gold leaf. The second image shows ‘Poe Clan’, a manga series created by Hagio Moto in the 1970s, featured on a 2018 cover of ‘flowers’ magazine. Hagio Moto is a pioneer of ‘shōjo’ manga, which is aimed at young women – you can see more of her work in our upcoming #MangaExhibition! Third is a piece by American artist Kara Walker, whose work engages with issues of race and gender, the American Civil War and the legacy of slavery. This print confronts the experience of African slaves in the southern states – the title ‘no world’ is a pun on the phrase ‘New World’. Fourth is a postcard by British artist Rachel Whiteread. Best known for her sculptures made from industrial materials, she was the first woman to win the Turner Prize in 1993. The holes in this postcard transform it into a 2D sculpture – see this work on display in our free exhibition of artists’ postcards. The final image is an ink drawing by Julie Mehretu, who has described her pieces as 'narrative maps without a specific place or location', and ‘like a strange dream’. Born in Ethiopia, she now lives in New York, creating large-scale abstract works. Who are your favourite women artists? #WomensHistoryMonth#WHM19#Yeesookyung#HagioMoto#PoeClan#KaraWalker#RachelWhiteread#JulieMehretu#BritishMuseum#womenartists
14.03.2019 12:02:45
Can you name #5WomenArtists?

As part of Women’s History Month, we're joining @w
13.7K 137
Can you name #5WomenArtists? As part of Women’s History Month, we're joining @womeninthearts to champion women artists around the world. The first image depicts a stunning sculpture by South Korean artist Yeesookyung. She is known for creating works which celebrate vulnerability and imperfection, combining discarded shards of porcelain that are then fused together with 24 karat gold leaf. The second image shows ‘Poe Clan’, a manga series created by Hagio Moto in the 1970s, featured on a 2018 cover of ‘flowers’ magazine. Hagio Moto is a pioneer of ‘shōjo’ manga, which is aimed at young women – you can see more of her work in our upcoming #MangaExhibition! Third is a piece by American artist Kara Walker, whose work engages with issues of race and gender, the American Civil War and the legacy of slavery. This print confronts the experience of African slaves in the southern states – the title ‘no world’ is a pun on the phrase ‘New World’. . Fourth is a postcard by British artist Rachel Whiteread. Best known for her sculptures made from industrial materials, she was the first woman to win the Turner Prize in 1993. The holes in this postcard transform it into a 2D sculpture – see this work on display in our free exhibition of artists’ postcards. The final image is an ink drawing by Julie Mehretu, who has described her pieces as 'narrative maps without a specific place or location', and ‘like a strange dream’. Born in Ethiopia, she now lives in New York, creating large-scale abstract works. Who are your favourite women artists? #WomensHistoryMonth#WHM19#Yeesookyung#HagioMoto#PoeClan#KaraWalker#RachelWhiteread#JulieMehretu#BritishMuseum#womenartists
14.03.2019 11:05:46
行って来ました、宝塚「ポーの一族」ライブビューin香港!
東京公演の千秋楽はだいたい香港でもライブビューやるらしく、それも結構人気あるらしいんだけど、今回は発売
行って来ました、宝塚「ポーの一族」ライブビューin香港! 東京公演の千秋楽はだいたい香港でもライブビューやるらしく、それも結構人気あるらしいんだけど、今回は発売後すぐ売り切れ、新たに別の映画館でも追加されたというのは異例のことのようで、人気のほどがうかがえます。 自分はタカラヅカって今まで縁がなく初めてやってんけど、萩尾望都原作のマンガが好きだったので来てみた…登場人物が歌って踊るスタイルは最初違和感あったけど笑、途中からはそんなこと考える余裕もないほど作品の世界に引き込まれ…原作の雰囲気を壊さず巧みに表現した良作だったのでは! . . Takarazuka 'The Poe Clan' live viewing Hong Kong based on a japanese manga in 70's by Moto Hagio. . . . #宝塚#タカラヅカ#ポーの一族#千秋楽#波族傳奇#波之一族#香港#ライブビュー#萩尾望都#poeclan#takarazuka#liveviewing#hongkong#motohagio#hagiomoto
25.03.2018 13:22:44
花組公演「ポーの一族」✨
愛読していたマンガが宝塚で上演されるなんて💕(内心、期待と不安でドキドキ)
ポーの一族は、そこに実在していた。
永遠を生きるエドガー役
花組公演「ポーの一族」✨ 愛読していたマンガが宝塚で上演されるなんて💕(内心、期待と不安でドキドキ) ポーの一族は、そこに実在していた。 永遠を生きるエドガー役の明日海さんの少年としての美しさが、想像の遥か上を行く。 #ポーの一族#poeclan#明日海りお 様💕 💕💕 #小池修一郎 先生ありがとうございます。#萩尾望都 先生ありがとうございます。 #kaorialive 先生素敵な振付ありがとうございます。 #エドガー 永遠を生きる少年 #edgar#バンパネラ 私も一族に加えて欲しい。 #宝塚歌劇団#takarazukarevue#takarazuka#flowertroupe
25.02.2018 07:06:52
Advertisement
東京からお友達が来てランチして一緒に観劇できたー(*´꒳`*)
チケットなかったっても何とかなるもんだね!
ポーの一族も面白かったー!
漫画読んでから観劇したけ
東京からお友達が来てランチして一緒に観劇できたー(*´꒳`*) チケットなかったっても何とかなるもんだね! ポーの一族も面白かったー! 漫画読んでから観劇したけどまた漫画が読みたい! #ランチ#ハルカフェ#宝塚#宝塚歌劇団#宝塚歌劇#花組#ポーの一族#lunch#springcafe#takarazuka#takarazukarevue#flowertroupe#poeclan
18.01.2018 13:36:21
I am no stranger to church or having a relationship with God. I am no stranger t
I am no stranger to church or having a relationship with God. I am no stranger to Praise & Worship. I can sit and silently admire His grace & mercy when voices such as these are within ear reach. My cousins & nieces through heart ache still KNOW who remains on the throne regardless of the unfortunate circumstances. Our God is still God no matter what. A musically inclined family! Natural vocals. Natural musicians. Naturally blessed to bless others with gifts in song. I can listen to them all day. My Aunty was a woman after God's heart. A virtuous woman who LOVED the Lord & NEVER showcased anything other than that. She was a woman who never judged your lifestyle. You could be doing so much wrong in your life, she still made room on the kitchen table to feed you. She was the epitome of ALOFA (love). No matter what we did or how long we did it for, she was always there to welcome us with a smile & never gave us slack about it. We will miss you Aunty, many of us already do. Hurt is hurt. Pain is pain. You will never be forgotten. It's still surreal that this is all for you. I love you Aunty! YOU WOULD BE SO PROUD OF EVERYONE!! So so proud!! #godgiventalents#myfamily#fiaseuclan#poeclan#talauegatribe#lovethem#RIPAUNTYLOTO
14.07.2016 07:12:36
A few generations of the Poe clan taking a stroll on #SouthStreet in #philadelph
A few generations of the Poe clan taking a stroll on #SouthStreet in #philadelphia.It's hard to believe sometimes that my little brother is a dad and I'm an uncle. #philly#hashruleseverythingaroundme#futureboss#poeclan#familyday#bosslife#wetalkinaboutpractice#filthadelphia#highttimes#padres
28.08.2015 18:42:28
Advertisement
Next