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For years overshadowed by the more famous output of European and North American designers, Latin American design is finally taking centre stage.
- Laid-back, fun and comfortable, the design of Brazil is finally getting the global attention it deserves, writes Dominic Lutyens.
- For years overshadowed by the more famous output of European and North American designers, Latin American design is finally taking centre stage.
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For years overshadowed by the more famous output of European and North American designers, Latin American design is finally taking centre stage. Embracing colour and idiosyncratic, sculptural forms, mid-century-modern design offered a more relaxed alternative to strictly functionalist early 20th-Century modernism. And, arguably, Latin American furniture is one of the most expressive branches of mid-century design: its chunky, sculptural, often hand-made forms were fashioned from indigenous woods, such as jacaranda a type of rosewood in rich, syrupy hues, leather and rattan.
He created sleek, European-looking sideboards yet his s rocking chair in rattan and dark rosewood — on show at Rio gallery Mercado Moderno — epitomises the Brazilian taste for organic forms. Tenreiro created many pieces for celebrated Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer, whose aesthetic was similarly organic. The tall chairs have an anthropomorphic air, suggesting people seated around a table. They are narrow at the top with circles cut out of the wood evoking human heads, while their curving backrests recall human spines.
View image of Mesa Parker by Sergio Rodrigues. In fact, the relationship between avant-garde, mid-century Latin American architecture and furniture is partly responsible for the renewed interest in South American design. Brazilian modern design is truly the last great discovery of mid-century furniture — Rodman Primack. Yet political regimes have sometimes made it impossible for collectors to make such discoveries — as happened in Brazil until democracy was restored to the country after years of military dictatorship.
Spearheading the revival were The Campana Brothers whose jagged, metal Flama chair is on display at Mercado Moderno. In some ways, their work represents a break from the Brazilian mid-century modernists in that they show no interest in using high-quality Brazilian wood: their iconic s Favela chair is made of raw wood chips.
And like the mid-century modernists, the Campana Brothers rejected functionalism and took things even further, creating utterly wayward, eccentric work.
These include a light with a lava rock as a base, brass arms and ceramic shades as well as stools made of Chilean lava which has been subjected to the same firing method as the one used for ceramics. New ideas were being generated in Latin America in the postwar years and are proliferating once again in the 21st Century. If you liked this story, sign up for the weekly bbc. The imaginative, elegant furniture of Latin America. By Dominic Lutyens 5 December The endless influence of the Bauhaus.
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I would not be here today if it wasn't for you all. Here's my :notworth: :notworth: :notworth!!!!! Anyone feels like sharing theirs? The Latin quarter dance school, Portuguese branch - for having passed on to me the love and passion for dancing! Daniela and Michal Sejkorovo, from S. S salsa dance company from Prague, who introduced me to salsa in Central Europe. Bibi Fernandes, Espasso Latino dance company, Lisbon, for showing me how each simple step in salsa is there for a reason.
Nuno Furtado and Vanda Gameiro, professional dancers from Just Dance company, based in Lisbon they gave a workshop in the Bognor Regis congress in England in september, and performed in New Jersey in November , who constantly make me aware of my shortcomings, have helped to, slowly, but progressively improve my styling skills, and keep remembering how beautiful salsa dancing can look.
Susana Montero and Super Mario - with whom I learned what shines were all about. Tropicana salsa school, in London, for having learned quite a lot of rueda And all the folks from salsaportugal. To all the salseras out there that tell me the things I need to improve in.
Sagitta Well-Known Member. To my df friends to showing me dancing is more about just dancing to the music when I felt that I was missing something. When I was having fun but still wasn't there yet. To all those who have opened their souls and connected with me on the dance floor.
Each time this happens I get inspired and my dancing improves as this is the only time that I'm dancing. I often learn new moves or remember all the old ones that I never otherwise do as I just don't feel like doing them!! Big10 Member. Not many people will know these names, but this is a good mental exercise for thinking about my history with Salsa. Liz -- A Colombian friend who introduced me to Salsa by inviting me to a club and teaching me my very first Salsa steps.
Anna -- A Mexican friend who would Salsa with me and kept it fun, even for the years when I couldn't do more than the basic without getting off beat. Wayne -- A Caribbean friend who could dance Salsa much better than anyone else at house parties, and had ALL the ladies wanting to dance with him. Julie -- A friend who invited me to a wine-tasting party where I won some free Salsa lessons Jose -- A Cuban friend who told me about some Salsa lessons he was planning to take from an instructor I had never heard of.
Jose wound up stopping after the first month, but I kept on going Raul -- The "instructor I had never heard of," who turned out to be an excellent teacher! He is from Panama and had a great way of teaching body movement, as well as making Salsa fun.
Classmates in Raul's Class -- People who are still my friends long after we stopped taking classes together. We would go out dancing frequently, and that extra practice really helped me to develop my Salsa. Those were the first full Salsa CDs I ever owned and therefore could listen to at home , and the exposure to the wide variety of Salsa on those CDs helped me to feel the variety of music in the clubs a lot better.
Frankie Martinez and Aisha -- Finally a couple of names you might recognize! Saw them perform in Houston around the time I started taking lessons with Raul. I didn't even remember their names at the time, but I remembered the unique and smooth way they danced. It wasn't until a couple of years later, well after I started learning about different Salsa things on the Internet, that it clicked for me that it was "the" Frankie Martinez I had seen near the start of his performing career.
People in Raul's Dance Company -- Another group of people who are still my friends, and from whom I stole plenty of moves, err, uh, I mean, from whom "I learned a lot of technical things about dancing. That was the first time I let myself think I was actually "good. I call myself Big10 because we were couple number "10" in that contest. Too Many Dancers in the Houston Clubs to Name Them All -- Some people whose names I know and some names I will never know, but they either danced with me in a fun way, or they provided inspiration by their skill on the dancefloor.
Sabor New Member. DancePoet Well-Known Member. Sabor said:. Rudy B for teaching me New York style. To all the scarily amazing female teachers in Edinburgh who danced with me Fiona Blair, Lorna and Carol-Ann Stephenson , without who I wouldn't have had the confidence to dance with the performers at my first UK congress. Tropical Gem - For confirming to me what I thought all along, that LA style and afro-Cuban movement do mix well and giving me new inspiration through their dancing!
To all my salsa partners especially Julie and Ezia who kept me dancing and never sitting down. Most of us learnt from old-schools are quite aware of this, yet somehow it got lost in the scheme of things along the way Thankyou so very much for bringing it back, and into the public!
Tlopes New Member. I'm new around here, this is going to be my first post! Eddie Torres - For the elegance! Nancy Ortiz - Very sexy and elegant! Susanna Montero - For the Style! All the teachers whom I learned something! Tlopes said:. Ooh good thread! Lets see LeeAnne- We don't talk anymore, but she got me into salsa McCrea- My friend, for taking me out, showing me the ropes, and most importantly, introducing me to Cuban salsa. I can't really say any teacher has particulary influenced my style, I never really done classes.
I have a shines video by Susana Montero, but have never really used it. You must log in or register to reply here. Dance Ads.