Saturday, May 7, 2022

                                                             World Art Show present

              A Tribute to Burle Marx in 2th fase at São Paulo



The Ortobom Space Arquitetura e Design living room receives another ambiance that compose the Permanent Exhibition of  Ortobom Space of the Project directed by Diogo Roque whose project is idealized by the World Art Show / Sula Costa.

The  project is a modernist garden inspired by the NY BOTANICAL GARDEN named after The living Art of Roberto Burle Max.

The Botanical Garden living at  Ortobom Space Architecture and Design comprises a Brazilian Modern Botanical exhibition - Inspired by "The Living Art of Robert Burle Marx" showing connections between his landscape projects and the arts that define them by a modern artist par excellence. Although the artist had a very different style in his garden designs, there was not even a creation as a stereotype and, as a landscaper, Burle Marx (1909-1994) did not use any technique that would modify the natural shape of plants.

The Modernist Garden is idealized by the World Art Show and inspired by the New York Botanical Garden - The path bordered by native Brazilian plants is similar to the path of the artists who make up the scene of the visual arts of the ambiance. The living space of the Botanical Garden of Ortobom Space is composed by: Carolina Moraes, Cristina Pires Furtado, Cassia, Elisa Monde, Mônica Toniato Borges, Neura Costa, Paulo Lattarullo and Roselena Campos.







The ambience designed by the architect Mônica Seabra and the interior designers: Ana Carla Pagliosa and Elisa Monde

Direction: Diogo Roque
Organization: WORLD ART SHOW | Sula Costa









Notice from the BACCF Membership Committee
May 2022
Dear BACCF Members, Partners, and Friends:

We at the Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce of Florida (BACCF) are extremely appreciative of your ongoing support, which you provide us through your membership, and attendance and sponsorship of our many events. We are sure that you will agree that, even through these very difficult last few years, the BACCF has continued to earn your support by providing you, your company, and your guests with the highest value for your investment.

As you probably do not know, however, the BACCF has not increased its membership fees in over 20 years.  To adequately continue to meet our expenses, the Board of Directors has approved a new schedule of annual membership fees, as follows:

Individual* $450
Small Corporate (24 or less employees)* $450
Large Corporate (25 or more employees)* $600
Patron* $1,000
Trustee* $3,000

*For a detailed description of the benefits and advantages of each level of membership, please refer to our web page at www.brazilchamber.org.

The above fee schedule will become effective June 1, 2022, and will apply to you or your company at your normal annual renewal date.

Once again, we thank you for your continued support of the BACCF and the contributions we together make to the growth of business between South Florida and Brazil, and to your business in particular.

Best regards,

The Board of Directors and Staff
Brazilian-American Chamber of Florida, Inc.
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The "Feijoada" is one of the most important annual events organized by the Chamber, We are excited to thank our Board of Directors and our members for their continued contributions. This informal luncheon will be held on Saturday, May 14th from 11:30 to 3:30 in the afternoon at
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1982
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1983
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SINGULARITIES




Michael K. Yamaoka
 
May 2nd - June 30, 2022



Online Viewing with ARTNET 



 

galerie bruno massa is thrilled for its first time to show recent & old artworks from Michael K. Yamaoka. In a career of many years in any creative field, themes emerge, flourish, peak, and subside; ideas resurface, burnished and enhanced by experience and the passage of time. And artists create with new tools that expand their vision and broaden their creative reach.

Singularities, in the original sense of the word, have always fascinated Michael Yamaoka, and he has trained his camera lens on them since his student days in California in the 60s. With an eye shaped by the aesthetics of his native Japan, Michael has sought the unusual and ‘Singular’ all over the world, with an affinity for crumbling walls and ruins marred by years and weather. Early in his career he explored on film the beauty of the female form, and experimented with double and triple exposures to create composites with added context.

With the arrival of the digital age, Michael has returned to some of those earlier themes, and has been re-exploring with new technology the juxtaposition of the perfect human form with the ravaged settings and exotic backgrounds from his extensive travels to create a heightened narrative contrast. In other images, he has added elements to a simple background to suggest a story or a theme that paints a more complex or nuanced picture. In a sense, these new images composed of pixels can be also thought of as ‘Singularities’ as defined by the concept of the Technological Singularity—the idea that there comes a point of such extraordinary growth in the sophistication of technology that there’s a transformation. As, indeed, there has been here…

Disparate elements brought together into images that tell stories that are more than the sum of their parts, comprise the ‘Singular’ vision that Michael brings to the recent images in this collection of works. Yet the visual impact of certain of the earlier images, whose subjects are themselves simply extraordinary, remarkable, exceptional, or striking marks these, too as ‘singularities’.

As Michael states: “What I hope people take away from my images is a sense of the beauty of this world made poignant by transience, but I also hope they see harmony and gentleness. I want people to open their eyes to the sublime—it will change their outlook. That’s what I strive to capture with my camera and reflect in my work.
 

Born in Japan in 1940 and educated at The Art Center College of Design in California, Michael K. Yamaoka honed his eye as an award-winning advertising and editorial photographer of the Fortune 500 before devoting himself to fine art. Traveling worldwide, he seeks majesty and beauty in both nature and man's creations, often incorporating a Goddess figure in a modern interpretation of mythology. In addition to exhibitions in Germany, Japan, the United States and Great Britain, he was honored in 2017 with a solo exhibition at the United Nations in New York. His work is included in corporate and private collections worldwide, including the personal collection of I.M. Pei. He is presently a member of the prestigious Salmagundi Club in NY, where he has been honored with numerous awards for photography.

 
 

 

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2022 PETRICHOR

INTERNATIONAL MUSIC COMPETITION

The second annual Petrichor International Music Competition is now open for submissions. This annual musical performance and composition contest provides support, inspiration, and exposure to instrumentalists and singers from around the world.

 

36 winners | 36 finalists

$60,000 value in prizes

    

All participants receive the Complementary Course by iClassical Academy including lifetime access to six music masterclasses (worth $150).

 

Categories:

1. Solo performers under the age of 16 (born in or after 2006)​

Total cash prizes: $1000

 

2. Solo performers under the age of 21 (born in or between 2001-2005)​

Total cash prizes: $2000


3. Solo performers over the age of 21 (born in or before 2000)

Total cash prizes: $3000


4. Small ensembles (fewer than 9 performers)

Total cash prizes: $3000

 

5. Large ensembles/orchestras/choirs (more than 9 performers)​

Total cash prizes: $4000

 

6. Composers under the age of 21 (born in or after 2001)

Total cash prizes: $2000

 

7. Composers over the age of 21 (born in or before 2000)

Total cash prizes: $3000

 

8. Electronic compositions or multidisciplinary works

Total cash prizes: $2000

 

9. Film/video game/animation music

Total cash prizes: $2000

 

10. Arrangements of pre-existing works

Total cash prizes: $2000

 

11. Improvisation (any genre and instrumentation)

Total cash prizes: $2000

 

12. Best album (performance or composition)

Total cash prizes: $4000

 

All winners receive Petrichor Premium Promotion Package (PPPP) including press/media exposure + online recital + feature on Petrichor website + official certificate.

All winners receive 6-month iClassical Academy Master Member access (worth $144). Additionally, all winners can participate in a webinar with the CEO of iClassical Academy about Music & Career for a group of 20 people (worth $350).

 

All finalists receive a 3-month iClassical Academy Master Member access (worth $72).

 

Participation will be conducted entirely online, and the musicians will be asked to submit either video, score or audio of their work. 

 

Jury Panel

The applications will be reviewed by a jury panel consisting of world-renowned musicians from The Juilliard School, Berklee College of Music, Eastman School of Music, and Mannes School of Music.

 

Submission Deadline: May 20, 2022

 

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