By Yvon Chouinard, Doug Tompkins
180° South takes readers backstage of the movie, 180° South, made by means of Chris Malloy, to profit extra concerning the those who made the unique overland trip to Patagonia in 1968, and the repeat trip over ocean and land forty years later. The e-book comprises tales of occasions and reviews that encouraged Chris Malloy, Yvon Chouinard, and Doug Tompkins to settle on paths dedicated to saving what's left of the wild international. Open it wherever and luxuriate in the pictures by way of the world's prime surf and mountaineering photographers Jeff Johnson, Jimmy Chin, Scotty Soen, and Danny Moder.
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But internationalism and cosmopolitanism triumphed in German furniture (especially in Austria, perhaps due to the artists of the Secession, who were under many foreign influences), where Germans executed Art Nouveau’s famous dancing line with complete abandon, exuberance and frenzy. Yet, even in furniture, there was no less proof of renewed German taste and the highly charged and sometimes excellent new German awareness of decorative art. Germans demonstrated a fervent desire for decorative art, which they satisfied by thoroughly applying it everywhere, to everything and for everybody.
Like Romania, Hungary mined the depths of its past for decorative motifs that would enable it to establish an originality in art that was as pure and distinct as the uniqueness of its music and literature. Hungary attracted attention at the Exposition primarily with its historical pavilion and the decor of its sections, as well as its earthenware, glazed stoneware, glass and copper enamel. Beautiful coloured porcelain vases were a credit to the Herend Factory. Miklos Zsolnay excelled in metallic reflections: in the polychrome surface of the vestibule leading to the recently created Museum of Applied Arts, the reddish-gold reflections of his glazed bricks produced a magnificent fiery effect.
Kunstindustrimuseet, Copenhagen. 58 Page 58 Finally, the Germans exercised great artistry in their delightful application of mural painting and polychrome to the decoration of buildings and houses, for example, the slender and elegantly built Pavilion de la rue des Nations, which was the brilliant work of the architect Johannes Radke, and also the reproduction of the Phare de Brême (Bremen Lighthouse) with its superbly decorated entrance. Whereas all of this was not absolutely new, it was justifiably revitalised, reclaimed from their national heritage and outstanding in every way.
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