Are we sure about what light really is? The word ‘light’ which originates from Greek refers to the root of the verb ‘to show’, ‘to portray’. For the ancient Greeks, light guided human intellect to truth, just like a lighthouse guides lost sailors to safety. Continue reading “Light in philosophy”
Our section devoted to light in the art field could not but give a special attention to Edward Hopper (1882-1967): the painter of light, silence and solitude, who was able to represent the fixity of the American province masterfully. Continue reading “Special guest: Edward Hopper”
The German artist Regine Schumann lives and works in Cologne and we love her because she uses light in all her works, indeed all her works live thanks to the light, but not only. Continue reading “Regine Schumann and the works of light.”
Junichi Hakoyama loves the light but, above all, the shadow. Continue reading “The Light but, above all, the Shadow”
While looking forward to getting crazy with Jovanotti at the concerts of his Italian tour (next stages Florence and Bologna, here all dates), let’s enjoy his video: Lorenzo Illuminated. Continue reading “Lorenzo Illuminated and Illuminating, also on tour.”
You may suppose it is a love song, but it’s not. It’s a song about a break-up, about a woman, who is no longer loved but also not fully hated yet.
The Director and designer Nacho Guzman has shown with a video the importance of lighting in filming of a face. Continue reading “The light in a face”
Light, no light and shade, the dazzling and complete darkness. Continue reading “Light in futurist key”