Madrid, September 1, 2022.- Coinciding with the Madrid Gallery Weekend Opening, the LUISA PITA Art Gallery, in Santiago de Compostela, opens on September 8 the exhibition ´Fibras that speak for themselves´, by the South African artist Pierre Louis Geldenhuys , at the Nueva Las Letras Gallery (Madrid).
The exhibition, curated by Pedro Vaquerizo and Luisa Pita, is made up of fourteen recently created works. Silk fabrics, fiberglass and LED light are the basic materials that make up the creative world of Pierre Louis Geldenhuys, transmitting through these not only an aesthetic effect, but also a series of readings and interpretations of tradition and the technology.
On this occasion we will analyze "Eyes Wide Shut" by the American film director, screenwriter, producer and photographer, nationalized British, Stanley Kubrick. This is an analysis of the occult symbology in Kubrick's latest film and therefore the text contains spoilers.
Kubrick was born in Manhattan, New York on July 26, 1928 and died in St. Albans, United Kingdom, on March 7, 1999. He is considered by many to be one of the most influential filmmakers of the XNUMXth century, both for his technical precision as well as for the remarkable stylization and deep symbolic load of his films.
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