Skip to main content

BELA KOLAROVA. RAVEN ROW.

17/3/13. After a Good Breakfast. Take Photo,s. Rain Arrives Again. Church Bells Chime, near Ashburn Gardens. Sound I Adore, also in Praha. Off to Liverpool Street Tube. Exit Bishopgate East. Of Course Terry Goes West !. Soon Rectify Mistake. Antillery Lane. Raven Row Gallery. Exhibition by Bela Kolarova, until April 7. Bela Born 1923 in Terezin. Died in 2010. Wife of Jiri Kolar. Was often in His Shadow. Arrived at Gallery, just as it Opened at 11 am. Free. Exhibit over a Number of Floors. Bela, interested in the Camera. Took Early Photos, Like Children Skipping. Then Believed in the Comment. Everything has now Been Photographed. So did Prints from Artificial Negatives. Much Work of Hers, Assemblages. Was interested in the Ordinary. Things Like Discarded Tickets, Fasteners, etc. I find it so Hard that Artists Like Her, suffered in Her Time. Not even been able to Show Her Art. I Believe Art Should be Available to All the People. Not to a Just a Elite Few. While She was Available to Travel More. Met Jan & Meda Mladek, in the US. Whose Work help Form Museum Kampa, in Praha. Her Later Work with Make up, Cosmetics. Starred the Feminism Movement. My Favourite Piece of Hers, being the Assemblage " Slalom ", 1985. Good, Her Work, is Getting the Interest It Deserves. Acclaim Justified. Enjoyed. Raven Row require Much Praise. For Putting on this Exhibition. Will Follow their Future Shows, with Much Interest.

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

FINE MAN.

25-11-16. The 25TH BCSA Annual Dinner. Hosted at the Radisson Blu Edwardian Bloomsbury Street Hotel. From 18-30. Orange Juice for Me. After Pivo, a Few Hours Earlier. Ready For Food. Talk with Friendly People. Among them Czech. Plus a Member of Czech Heritage. Often Seen at the Dvorak Society. People Here Also. From the Rest of the UK. Warwick, Tunbridge Wells, etc.

Meal Starts 19-45. On Table 11. Table Consists of Many Friendly & Outgoing. Young Slovak Students. Plus Czech & UK. Very Interesting Conversations. Meal Starts with Carpaccio Of Organic Salmon in Soy Sauce with Fennel & Pickled Ginger Salad, Wasabi Mayonnaise. Bread, Water & White Wine Accompaniment. Must Add Thanks of Wine Donated by Peter Major. Plus Pivo by Budweiser Budvar UK.

Meal Continues with Red Wine Braised Chicken with Portobello Mushroom & Mashed Potato. A Delight !.

To Finish Warm Apple Tart with Vanilla Ice Cream & Toffee Sauce. Coffee & Chocolates.

A Good Raffle with Prizes. Incl…

ALOIS NEBEL. Q & A.

1-3-17. Film Screening + Q & A. From the Films Director, Tomas Lunak. Film " Alois Nebel ". The Film Highlights. The Thorny Subject of Sudetenland. Near the Czech & Polska Border. It Centres on Loner, Train Employee, Alois Nebel.

I have Seen Before at Andel, Praha. No Hardship, Watching again. Still Find the Mental Health Issues, Difficult Viewing. Film is Dark in Nature. Though Captures Period in History Well. The Czech Republic as Moved on. Still can relate to Scenes. I have witnessed. While in the Country, Over the Years. Film Ends Well with Loves, Knowing Look.

Sheffield Showroom Organised Viewing Well. Much Thanks to Neil & Colleague. For Introductions & Translation.

Director Tomas Lunek is a Nice Man. Answers & Explains the Films Development. From Comic, Through Rotoscope Animation. I was under the Wrong Impression. It was Cutting Edge Technique. When it is Older. Even Used by Walt Disney. Film was a Labour of Love. Seven Years in the Making. Act…

FRENCH CONNECTION.

Dvorak Society AGM. Being Hold in the Delightful & Charming. Velehrad Building, Barnes, London.
Round the Back. Lovely & Restful Gardens. Birds Singing Merrily. Oasis of Calm in Vibrant London.

Velehrad, gives Assistance to Migrants in Need. From the Former Czechoslovakia. A Registered Charity. Gives Religious Guidance, Catholic in Particular.


After the Meeting. Piano Recital. By French Pianist, Patrick Hammerle. Plays for 50 Mins. A Long Piece for the Piano. By Czech Composer, Vitezlav Novak. Pan ( Symphonic Poem ) OP 43. In Five Parts. Enjoyed " Hory ", ( Mountains ), Sea, & The Slow Movement, Les ( Forest ). There is also a Prolog + The Closing V Zena ( Women ).

Patrick Plays in Fine Style. Would Like to Hear it Again. May Grow on You. For Me, a Tad Too Long.

Music I Enjoyed More. Heard on BBC Radio 3. Serbian Pianist, Ivan Ilic. Archives He Discovered in Paris. Revealed the Piano Music Composed. By Czech, Antoine Reicha. Famous for His Brass Music Compo…