Colours in Art & Culture Project coordinators:Prof. Małgorzata Wrześniak Prof. Agnieszka Bender PINK
The color pink takes its name from the flowers called pinks, members of the genus Dianthus.
Juxtaposed paintings from Cuban-American Artist Cesar Santos. Cesar’s Painting combine both the classical and the modern in an ironic way to form new impressions of Art History.
Christo and Jeanne ClaudeSurroundedIslandsBiscayne Bay, Greater Miami, Florida 1980-83
Architecture The color should retain individuality and have a voice.
Revitalization of a public spacein Superkilen, Denmark, 2012, Topotek 1 + BIG Architects + Superflexarea: 30.000 m2
Contemporaryschool of building, Paris, FranceTowers of Satellite City, Mexico City, Mexico
Doll's dress, 18th century. Doll's dress, pink silk taffeta, in two parts. (Modern stand and wire support for skirt). The Elizabeth Day McCormick Collection.
In 1947, fashion designer Elsa Schiaparelli introduced the color “hot pink” to western fashion. She dubbed the shade “Shocking Pink,” though today the color is more well-known as “magenta.”
First Lady, Mamie Eisenhower, who loved and wore pink so much it became known as “Mamie Pink”.
Jacqueline Kennedy, the wife of President John F. Kennedy, made pink a popular high-fashion color. Here she is in 1962 with French Minister of Culture Andre Malraux at the unveiling of the Mona Lisa on its first visit to America.
Flower wallpaper by Takashi Murakami Figures of Takashi Murakami
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